- Address: Don Bosco Road, Margao
- Country: India
- Capacity: 19,000
- Opened: 1989
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: Churchill Brothers (football), FC Goa (football), SCG (football)
Extra stadium info – Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium
The Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium is also known as the Fatorda Stadium. It hosted 2017 FIFA U-17 FIFA World Cup matches for Brazil, Costa Rica, England, Germany, Guinea, Iran, Iraq, Mali, Mexico, Niger and the United States. The football tournament was won by England after beating Spain in the final, which took place in Kolkata in front of 66,000 spectators. The Churchill Brothers, FC Goa and Sporting Clube de Goa use the venue for home games. The Churchill Brothers became the second club from Goa with an Indian top-flight football league title.
FC Goa and Chennaiyin
In 2014, the Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium hosted the first-ever Indian Super League match between FC Goa and Chennaiyin, with 16,000 people in attendance. In 2015, Chennaiyin won the second edition of the Indian Super League. FC Goa and Chennaiyin are among the first football clubs from India with 100,000 followers on their main social media page. Both clubs are also among the first sports clubs from India with a value of at least $10 million. FC Goa played their first-ever AFC Champions League match in 2021. The Asian football championship match against Al-Rayyan SC from Qatar ended in a 0-0 draw.