Bhubaneswar: Defending champions Bengaluru FC will take on arch-rivals Mohun Bagan in their Super Cup opener in Bhubaneswar, March 31.
Indian Super League (ISL) heavyweights Bengaluru beat I-League side East Bengal to win the Super Cup last year.
I-League champions Chennai City FC will play the winners of Qualifier 1 FC Pune City and Minerva Punjab FC March 31.
East Bengal, who finished second in the I-League, will take on the winners of the qualifier between Delhi Dynamos and the team finishing ninth in the I-League March 30.
Gokulam Kerala FC are currently in ninth place but tenth placed Minerva FC can displace them if they avoid defeat against Real Kashmir in a rescheduled I-League match.
Two-time champions ATK will lock horns with Real Kashmir April 1 while Chennaiyin FC, who had a torrid season this time, will meet former I-League champions Aizawl FC in a qualifier March 16.
The qualifiers for the second edition of the Super Cup will be played at the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar March 15-16.
The qualifiers will be played among teams ranked 7 to 10 in the I-League, and the ISL.
The final round, which will be played on a knock-out format, will kick-off March 29 at the Kalinga Stadium.
It will be played among the top six teams of the I-League, the ISL, along with the winners of the four qualifier matches.