Name
Indian Super League

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Established
2013 (8 years old)

First Recorded Event
2019-10-20

Current Season
2021-2022

API Football ID
3874

Sport
Soccer

Location
India

Gender
Male

Alternate Names
ISL

TV Rights
US - ESPN [2018-2021]

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Upcoming Events
08 Dec 21 Hyderabad 1 - 0 Bengaluru
09 Dec 21 Mumbai City  - Jamshedpur
10 Dec 21 Odisha  - NorthEast Unite
11 Dec 21 Mohun Bagan  - Chennaiyin
11 Dec 21 Goa  - Bengaluru
12 Dec 21 East Bengal  - Kerala Blasters
13 Dec 21 Hyderabad  - NorthEast Unite
14 Dec 21 Odisha  - Jamshedpur
15 Dec 21 Mumbai City  - Chennaiyin
16 Dec 21 Bengaluru  - Mohun Bagan

Latest Results
07 Dec 21 East Bengal 3 - 4  Goa
06 Dec 21 Jamshedpur 2 - 1  Mohun Bagan
05 Dec 21 Kerala Blasters 2 - 1  Odisha
04 Dec 21 NorthEast Unite 2 - 1  Goa
04 Dec 21 Bengaluru 1 - 3  Mumbai City
03 Dec 21 Chennaiyin 0 - 0  East Bengal
02 Dec 21 Jamshedpur 1 - 1  Hyderabad
01 Dec 21 Mohun Bagan 1 - 5  Mumbai City
30 Nov 21 Odisha 6 - 4  East Bengal
29 Nov 21 NorthEast Unite 1 - 2  Chennaiyin

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The Indian Super League is a football league in India. It is one of the two co-existing premier football leagues in India along with I-League. For sponsorship reasons, the competition is officially known as the Hero Indian Super League. The competition is contested by ten teams and is played in a span of six months from October to March. It is organized by the Football Sports Development (FSDL) and governed by the All India Football Federation (AIFF).

Founded on 21 October 2013 in partnership with IMG, Reliance Industries, and Star Sports, the Indian Super League was launched with the goal of growing the sport of football in India and increase its exposure in the country. The competition's first season took place in 2014 with eight teams. During the first three seasons of the Indian Super League, the competition operated without official recognition from the Asian Football Confederation, the governing body for the sport in Asia. The competition also operated along the same lines of the Indian Premier League, the country's premier Twenty20 cricket competition, with the league campaign lasting for 2–3 months and matches held daily. However, before the 2017–18 season, the competition earned recognition from the AFC, expanded to ten teams, and extended its schedule to five months.

Unlike most football leagues around the world, the Indian Super League does not use promotion and relegation, instead choosing to grow the league through expansion, similar to Major League Soccer in United States. However, a formal structure for promotion and relegation will be introduced by 2023–24. During the league's first five seasons, three teams were crowned champions: ATK in 2014 and 2016, Chennaiyin in 2015 and 2017–2018 and Bengaluru FC in 2018–2019.

Seasons

2019-2020

2020-2021

2021-2022

Teams

Bengaluru
-11

Chennaiyin
-11

East Bengal
-8

Goa
-11

Hyderabad
-11

Jamshedpur
-10

Kerala Blasters
-11

Mohun Bagan
-10

Mumbai City
-9

NorthEast Unite
-11

Odisha
-11

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