ISL: Indian Super League

The Indian Super League (ISL) is a well-known football league that takes place in India every year. The next season of this well-known football competition is set to begin on November 20th. Throughout this competition, a total of 11 teams will compete for the championship. All of these teams will compete in group stage matches.

The group stage competition will consist of 110 matches, with the top four teams qualifying for the next round of matches. Two teams that triumph in their fights against their opponents will go to the finals, where they will compete for the winner's title once more.

Indian Super League Teams (ISL Teams)

Chennaiyin FC Goa

Chennaiyin Football Club is a Tamil Nadu-based professional football club in India. The club competes in the Indian Super League, the country's highest football league. The team was created in August 2014, during the Indian Super League's debut season. In the 2015 and 2017–18 seasons, the club won the Indian Super League title on both occasions.

Vita Dani, Bollywood star Abhishek Bachchan, and Indian cricketer MS Dhoni own the club. The team's name, Chennaiyin FC, translates to "Chandi's Football Club" in Tamil, where the 'yin' suffix is comparable to an English possessive's. Since its establishment, the club's predominant colour has been blue, and its logo is the Drishti Bommai, which represents chasing away negativity and conserving positive in Tamil culture.

Kerala Blasters FC

The Kerala Blasters Football Team, also known as The Blasters, is an Indian professional football club headquartered in Kochi, Kerala, that participates in the Indian Super League, the country's highest level of football. The club was founded in May 2014, during the Indian Super League's debut season.

The Blasters are one of Asia's most popular clubs, with one of the continent's largest social media followings. The club is also noted for its fan base, which includes the Manjappada supporters' group, which has earned a reputation as one of India's most vociferous and ardent fan clubs. The club's crest depicts an elephant with its trunk grasping a football, symbolising Kerala's long association with the sport. The club's classic kit features a yellow and blue colour pattern, with yellow serving as the club's principal colour and identity since its inception.

Delhi Dynamos FC (now known as Odisha FC)

The team began their first Indian Super League campaign with a 0–0 draw against FC Pune City at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in New Delhi on October 14, 2014. Dynamos did not have the best start to their ISL season, finishing last in the points table until the ninth game week. Despite finishing fifth with a five-match unbeaten streak that includes three victories and two draws, the club was unable to qualify for the semi-finals. For the first time in their history, the Delhi Dynamos qualified for the Indian Super League semi-finals in 2015.

The team opted to rename itself Odisha FC and relocate to its new home, the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar, Odisha, ahead of the 2019–20 Indian Super League season. The Delhi Soccer Private Limited signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Government of Odisha in the presence of Naveen Patnaik, the Chief Minister of Odisha, and Tusharkanti Behera, the Minister for Department of Sports and Youth Services (DSYS), Government of Odisha, to facilitate the move from New Delhi to Bhubaneswar.

FC Pune City

FCPC (Football Club Pune City) was an Indian professional football club headquartered in Pune, Maharashtra, that last competed in the Indian Super League, India's top division, under licence from the AIFF. m The team was created in 2014 with the goal of stimulating the growth and development of football in Maharashtra while also competing in the Indian Super League's debut season.

The club's founding idea was to promote and grow football in Pune, starting at the grassroots level. FC Pune City aspires to be the club that players strive to be a part of and that fans pledge their allegiance to.

Mumbai City FC

Mumbai City Football Team is an Indian professional football club based in Mumbai, Maharashtra, that participates in India's top flight, the Indian Super League. The team was created in August 2014, during the Indian Super League's debut season (ISL). In a single season, Mumbai City became the first team to win both the ISL League Winners Shield and the ISL Trophy.

Northeast United FC

NorthEast United FC, headquartered in Guwahati, Assam, is an Indian professional football team that competes in the Indian Super League, the country's top division. The club was created on April 13, 2014, during the Indian Super League's debut season. Assam, Nagaland, Manipur, Meghalaya, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Tripura, and Mizoram are the eight states of Northeast India represented by NorthEast United.

Atletico de Kolkata

ATK Football Club, formerly known as Atlético de Kolkata, was an Indian professional football club headquartered in Kolkata, West Bengal, that was founded on May 7, 2014. The club competed in the Indian Super Competition, the country's highest football league, and won it three times.

Bengaluru FC

Bengaluru Football Club, situated in Bengaluru, Karnataka, is an Indian professional football club. The club competes in the Indian Super League, the country's highest football league. The team was founded on July 20, 2013, and its first competitive season in the I-League began on September 22, 2013. The team has won three I-League titles, including one in its inaugural season, as well as two Federation Cup titles, one Indian Super League title, and a Super Cup trophy since its existence.

Jamshedpur FC

Jamshedpur Football Team is a professional football club headquartered in Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, that competes in the Indian Super League, the country's top division. The team was founded in 2017 and made its debut in the Indian Super League in the 2017-18 season. Tata Steel, a Tata Group company, owns and manages the club.

Tata Steel secured the bidding rights for one of the two expansion spaces in the Indian Super League on June 12, 2017, and the team was formed on that date. Jamshedpur FC is the Indian Super League's first club to have its own stadium and facilities. The JRD Tata Sports Complex is where the team plays its home games.

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ISL 2021-22 Venues

  • Fatorda Stadium in Margao
  • GMC Athletic Stadium in Bambolim
  • Tilak Maidan Stadium in Vasco da Gama

ISL 2020-21 Schedule, Indian Super League Timetable, Fixtures

After Hero Indian Super League 2020, the introduction of the schedule was eagerly anticipated by all Indian Super League fans. The authorities have lifted the veil on the most hotly debated topic, Hero Indian Super League 2021. The official ISL 2020 schedule is now available. You've come to the right place if you're looking for the schedule as well. The whole detailed ISL Schedule will be available here. Just to be mentioned, ISL Final 2021 was won by Mumbai City FC.

 

Match No

Date

Home Team

Away Team

Time

Venue

November

1

20th November 202

Kerala Blasters FC

ATK Mohun Bagan

19:30

GMC stadium, Bambolim

2

21st November 2020

NorthEast United FC

Mumbai City FC

19:30

Tilak Maidan Stadium

3

22nd November 2020

FC Goa

Bengaluru FC

19:30

Fatorda Stadium

4

23rd November 2020

Odisha FC

Hyderabad FC

19:30

GMC Stadium, Bambolim

5

24th November 2020

Jamshedpur FC

Chennaiyin FC

19:30

Tilak Maidan Stadium

6

25th November 2020

FC Goa

Mumbai City FC

19:30

Fatorda Stadium

7

26th November 2020

Kerala Blasters FC

NorthEast United FC

19:30

GMC Stadium, Bambolim

8

27th November 2020

SC East Bengal

ATK Mohun Bagan

19:30

Tilak Maidan Stadium

9

28th November 2020

Bengaluru FC

Hyderabad FC

19:30

Fatorda Stadium

10

29th November 2020

Jamshedpur FC

Odisha FC

17:00

Tilak Maidan Stadium

11

29th November 2020

Chennaiyin FC

Kerala Blasters FC

19:30

GMC Stadium, Bambolim

12

30th November 2020

FC Goa

NorthEast United FC

19:30

Fatorda Stadium

December

13

1st December 2020

Mumbai City FC

SC East Bengal

19:30

GMC Stadium, Bambolim

14

2nd December 2020

Hyderabad FC

Jamshedpur FC

19:30

Tilak Maidan Stadium

15

3rd December 2020

ATK Mohun Bagan

Odisha FC

19:30

Fatorda Stadium

16

4th December 2020

Chennaiyin FC

Bengaluru FC

19:30

GMC Stadium, Bambolim

17

5th December 2020

NorthEast United FC

SC East Bengal

19:30

Tilak Maidan Stadium

18

6th December 2020

Mumbai City FC

Odisha FC

17:00

GMC Stadium, Bambolim

19

6th December 2020

FC Goa

Kerala Blasters FC

19:30

Fatorda Stadium

20

7th December 2020

Jamshedpur FC

ATK Mohun Bagan

19:30

Tilak Maidan Stadium

21

8th December 2020

Bengaluru FC

NorthEast United FC

19:30

Fatorda Stadium

22

9th December 2020

Mumbai City FC

Chennaiyin FC

19:30

GMC Stadium, Bambolim

23

10th December 2020

SC East Bengal

Jamshedpur FC

19:30

Tilak Maidan Stadium

24

11th December 2020

ATK Mohun Bagan

Hyderabad FC

19:30

Fatorda Stadium

25

12th December 2020

Odisha FC

FC Goa

17:00

GMC Stadium, Bambolim

26

13th December 2020

NorthEast United FC

Chennaiyin FC

19:30

Tilak Maidan Stadium

27

13th December 2020

Bengaluru FC

Kerala Blasters FC

19:30

Fatorda Stadium

28

14th December 2020

Mumbai City FC

Jamshedpur FC

19:30

GMC Stadium, Bambolim

29

15th December 2020

Hyderabad FC

SC East Bengal

19:30

Tilak Maidan Stadium

30

16th December 2020

ATK Mohun Bagan

FC Goa

19:30

Fatorda Stadium

31

17th December 2020

Odisha FC

Bengaluru FC

19:30

GMC Stadium, Bambolim

32

18th December 2020

NorthEast United FC

Jamshedpur FC

19:30

Tilak Maidan Stadium

33

19th December 2020

FC Goa

Chennaiyin FC

19:30

Fatorda Stadium

34

20th December 2020

Hyderabad FC

Mumbai City FC

17:00

Tilak Maidan Stadium

35

20th December 2020

Kerala Blasters FC

SC East Bengal

19:30

GMC Stadium, Bambolim

36

21st December 2020

ATK Mohun Bagan

Bengaluru FC

19:30

Fatorda Stadium

37

22nd December 2020

Odisha FC

NorthEast United FC

19:30

GMC Stadium, Bambolim

38

23rd December 2020

Jamshedpur FC

FC Goa

19:30

Tilak Maidan Stadium

39

26th December 2020

SC East Bengal

Chennaiyin FC

19:30

Tilak Maidan Stadium

40

27th December 2020

Kerala Blasters FC

Hyderabad FC

19:30

GMC Stadium, Bambolim

41

28th December 2020

Bengaluru FC

Jamshedpur FC

19:30

Fatorda Stadium

42

29th December 2020

Chennaiyin FC

ATK Mohun Bagan

19:30

GMC Stadium, Bambolim

43

30th December 2020

Hyderabad FC

FC Goa

19:30

Tilak Maidan Stadium

January

44

2nd January 2021

Mumbai City FC

Kerala Blasters FC

19:30

GMC Stadium, Bambolim

45

3rd January 2021

SC East Bengal

Odisha FC

17:00

Tilak Maidan Stadium

46

3rd January 2021

ATK Mohun Bagan

NorthEast United FC

19:30

Fatorda Stadium

47

4th January 2021

Chennaiyin FC

Hyderabad FC

19:30

GMC Stadium, Bambolim

48

5th January 2021

Bengaluru FC

Mumbai City FC

19:30

Fatorda Stadium

49

6th January 2021

SC East Bengal

FC Goa

19:30

Tilak Maidan Stadium

50

7th January 2021

Kerala Blasters FC

Odisha FC

19:30

GMC Stadium, Bambolim

51

8th January 2021

NorthEast United FC

Hyderabad FC

19:30

Tilak Maidan Stadium

52

9th January 2021

Bengaluru FC

SC East Bengal

19:30

Fatorda Stadium

53

10th January 2021

Chennaiyin FC

Odisha FC

17:00

GMC Stadium, Bambolim

54

10th January 2021

Jamshedpur FC

Kerala Blasters FC

19:30

Tilak Maidan Stadium

55

11th January 2021

ATK Mohun Bagan

Mumbai City FC

19:30

Fatorda Stadium

Hero Indian Super League 2021 Point Table

ISL Points Table:

Position

Clubs

MP

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD

Points

1.

Mumbai City FC (Q)

20

12

4

4

35

18

17

40

2.

ATK Mohun Bagan (Q)

20

12

4

4

28

15

13

40

3.

NorthEast United FC (Q)

20

8

9

3

31

25

6

33

4.

FC Goa (Q)

20

7

10

3

31

23

8

31

5.

Hyderabad FC

20

6

11

3

27

19

8

29

6.

Jamshedpur FC

20

7

6

7

21

22

-1

27

7.

Bengaluru FC

20

5

7

8

26

28

-2

22

8.

Chennaiyin FC

20

3

11

6

17

23

-6

20

9.

SC East Bengal

20

3

8

9

22

33

-11

17

10.

Kerala Blasters FC

20

3

8

9

23

36

-13

17

11.

Odisha FC

20

2

6

12

25

44

-19

12

ISL Schedule 2021-22

Indian Super League 2021-22 Start Date: 19 November 2021

ISL Final Date: 20 March 2022

The Indian Super League's complete schedule for 2021-22 has yet to be released. Officials will announce it as soon as possible and so we will. The Indian Super League's previous season ran from October 2020 to March 2021. As a result, the ISL's upcoming season is expected to begin in September or October 2021. The Indian Super League will be held in India for the entire season. Keep checking back with us for the most up-to-date information on the Indian Super League Season 8. The ISL 2021-22 season will begin on November 20, 2021. Kerala Blasters FC will face ATK Mohun Bagan in the first match of the season.

The upcoming season will include a total of 11 clubs. The ISL features players from India as well as from other countries. The defending champions of the ISL are Mumbai City FC. They won their first Major ISL title by defeating ATK Mohun Bagan in the finals. Ferran Coromonias, a Spanish footballer, leads the ISL in goals scored with 48. Mandar Rao Desai of Mumbai City FC is the ISL's Most Appeared Footballer, having appeared in 114 games.

Team List

Coaches

City

Stadium

ATK

Antonio Lopez Habas

Kolkata, West Bengal

Salt Lake Stadium

Bengaluru

 Marco Pezzaiuoli

Bengaluru, Karnataka

Sree Kanteerava Stadium

Chennaiyin

 Csaba Laszlo

Chennai, Tamil Nadu

Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium

Delhi Dynamos

 Robbie Fowler

Delhi

Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium

Goa

 Juan Ferrando

Margao, Goa

Fatorda Stadium

Jamshedpur

 Manuel Marquez

Jamshedpur, Jharkhand

JRD Tata Sports Complex

Kerala Blasters

 Owen Coyle

Kochi, Kerala

Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium

Mumbai City

 Ishfaq Ahmed

Mumbai, Maharashtra

Mumbai Football Arena

North East United

 Sergio Lobera

Guwahati, Assam

Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium

Pune City

 Khalid Jamil

Pune, Maharashtra

Balewadi Stadium

Hero Indian Super League Live

ISL Live: The Indian Super League's official television broadcasts are broadcast on Star Sports Network. The Indian Super League 2021-22 season will be broadcast live on Star Sports Channel for Indian football fans. The Live Telecast, on the other hand, will be available in a variety of Indian languages. So, if you're a fan of Indian football, make sure to tune in to Star Sports Network for the ISL live broadcast. Star Sports is India's most popular sports television channel.

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