Hero ISL 2023-24 Schedule: Full List of Fixtures, Match Date, Time, Venue and Live Broadcasting Details

ISL 2023-24 Schedule: The ISL 2023-24 starting date will kick off on September 21, 2023 to March 2024, featuring 12 ISL Teams. Here in this article we will discuss the full details on ISL 2023-24 fixtures, match date, time, match list, venue and more.

Get the details on ISL Inauguration by clicking on ISL Opening Ceremony 2023-24.

Hero ISL 2023 Points Table | ISL Standings

Each team will have 22 league matches – 11 at home and 11 away – starting from fall until the beginning of spring. The draws for this stage are predicted to wrap up by the last week of February 2024.

ISL 2023-24 Points Table: In this ISL league table we will update all the matches played, wins, draws, lost and points of the matches in ISL Score Table. Below is the ISL match table for all the teams.

Hero ISL Points Table 2023-24 | ISL time table 2022-23

FC Goa7610113+819
Kerala Blasters FC95221310+317
Mohun Bagan SG5500124+815
Odisha FC7412129+313
Mumbai City FC532096+311
Northeast United FC8233912-39
East Bengal FC722311838
Chennaiyin FC82241116-58
Bengaluru FC81431012-27
Jamshedpur FC812548-45
Punjab FC8044816-84
Hyderabad FC8035410-63

ISL Point Table: (Win Points-3; Draw Points-1; Loss Points-0)

Hero ISL Fixtures 2023-24 Match Schedule

Here is the official ISL 2023-24 Fixtures for this season, along with the ISL 2023-24 matches date. The ISL match list of Indian Super League 2023-24, all the ISL upcoming matches of Sept, Oct, Nov, and Dec 2023 are shared below.

DateHome TeamAway TeamTime (IST) VenueResult
21-09-23 (Thu)Kerala Blasters Bengaluru 8 PMJNS, Kochi2-1
22-09-23 (Fri)Hyderabad Goa8 PMGMCBAS, HyderabadPostponed
23-09-23 (Sat)Odisha FCChennaiyin5:30 PMKS, Bhubaneshwar2-0
23-09-23 (Sat)Mohun Bagan SGPunjab FC8 PMVYBK, Kolkata3-1
24-09-23 (Sun)NorthEast United Mumbai City 8 PMIGAS, Guwahati1-2
25-09-23 (Mon)East Bengal Jamshedpur FC8 PMVYBK, Kolkata0-0
27-09-23 (Wed)Mohun Bagan SGBengaluru 8 PMVYBK, Kolkata1-0
28-09-23 (Thu)Odisha Mumbai City 8 PMKS, Bhubaneshwar2-2
29-09-23 (Fri)NorthEast United Chennaiyin8 PMIGAS, Guwahati3-0
30-09-23 (Sat)East BengalHyderabad 8 PMVYBK, Kolkata2-1
DateHome TeamAway Team Time VenueResult
1-10-23 (Sun)Kerala Blasters Jamshedpur 8:00 PMJNS, Kochi1-0
2-10-23 (Mon)GoaPunjab 8:00 PMJNS, Goa1-0
4-10-23 (Wed)Bengaluru East Bengal 8:00 PMSKS, Bengaluru2-1
5-10-23 (Thu)Jamshedpur Hyderabad 8:00 PMJRDTSC, Jamshedpur1-0
6-10-23 (Fri)Punjab NorthEast United 8:00 PMJNS, Delhi1-1
7-10-23 (Sat)GoaOdisha 5:30 PMJNS, Goa3-2
7-10-23 (Sat)Chennaiyin Mohun Bagan SG8:00 PMJNS, Chennai1-3
8-10-23 (Sun)Mumbai City Kerala Blasters 8:00 PMMFA, Mumbai2-1
21-10-23 (Sat)East Bengal Goa5:30 PMVYBK, Kolkata1-2
21-10-23 (Sat)Kerala Blasters NorthEast United8:00 PMJNS, Kochi1-1
22-10-23 (Sun)Jamshedpur Punjab 8:00 PMJRDTSC, Jamshedpur0-0
23-10-23 (Mon)Hyderabad Chennaiyin 8:00 PMGMCBAS, Hyderabad0-1
25-10-23 (Wed)Bengaluru Goa8:00 PMSKS, Bengaluru0-0
26-10-23 (Thu)NorthEast United Jamshedpur 8:00 PMIGAS, Guwahati2-1
27-10-23 (Fri)Kerala Blasters Odisha 8:00 PMJNS, Kochi2-1
28-10-23 (Sat)Mumbai City Hyderabad 5:30 PMMFA, Mumbai1-1
28-10-23 (Sat)Mohun Bagan SGEast Bengal 8:00 PMVYBK, KolkataPostponed
29-10-23 (Sun)Chennaiyin Punjab 8:00 PMJNS, Chennai5-1
31-10-23 (Tue)Odisha Bengaluru 8:00 PMKS, Bhubaneshwar3-2
DateHome TeamAway TeamTime (IST)VenueResult
1-11-23 (Wed)Jamshedpur Mohun Bagan SG8:00 PMJRDTSC, Jamshedpur2-3
2-11-23 (Thu)Mumbai City Punjab 8:00 PMMFA, Mumbai2-1
3-11-23 (Fri)Odisha NorthEast United8:00 PMKS, Bhubaneshwar1-0
4-11-23 (Sat)Hyderabad Bengaluru 5:30 PMGMCBAS, Hyderabad1-1
4-11-23 (Sat)East Bengal Kerala Blasters 8:00 PMVYBK, Kolkata1-2
5-11-23 (Sun)Chennaiyin Goa8:00 PMJNS, Chennai0-3
7-11-23 (Tue)Punjab Hyderabad 8:00 PMJNS, Delhi1-1
25-11-23 (Sat)Chennaiyin East Bengal 5:30 PMJNS, Chennai1-1
25-11-23 (Sat)Kerala Blasters Hyderabad 8:00 PMJNS, Kochi1-0
26-11-23 (Sun)NorthEast United Bengaluru 8:00 PMIGAS, Guwahati1-1
27-11-23 (Mon)GoaJamshedpur 8:00 PMJNS, Goa1-0
29-11-23 (Wed)Kerala Blasters Chennaiyin 8:00 PMJNS, Kochi3-3
30-11-23 (Thu)Bengaluru Punjab 8:00 PMSKS, Bengaluru3-3
DateHome TeamAway TeamTime (IST)VenueResult
1-12-23 (Fri)Jamshedpur Odisha 8:00 PMJRDTSC, Jamshedpur0-1
2-12-23 (Sat)Hyderabad Mohun Bagan SG8:00 PMGMCBAS, Hyderabad0-2
3-12-23 (Sun)GoaKerala Blasters 8:00 PMJNS, Goa1-0
4-12-23 (Mon)East Bengal NorthEast United 8:00 PMVYBK, Kolkata5-0
6-12-23 (Wed)Mohun Bagan SGOdisha 8:00 PMVYBK, Kolkata
7-12-23 (Thu)Jamshedpur Chennaiyin 8:00 PMJRDTSC, Jamshedpur
8-12-23 (Fri)Bengaluru Mumbai City 8:00 PMSKS, Bengaluru
9-12-23 (Sat)East Bengal Punjab 8:00 PMVYBK, Kolkata
10-12-23 (Sun)NorthEast United Hyderabad 8:00 PMIGAS, Guwahati
12-12-23 (Tue)GoaMumbai City 8:00 PMJNS, Goa
13-12-23 (Wed)Chennaiyin FCBengaluru 8:00 PMJNS, Chennai
14-12-23 (Thu)Punjab FCKerala Blasters 8:00 PMJNS, Delhi
15-12-23 (Fri)NorthEast United Mohun Bagan SG8:00 PMIGAS, Guwahati
16-12-23 (Sat)Bengaluru Jamshedpur 5:30 PMSKS, Bengaluru
16-12-23 (Sat)Mumbai City East Bengal 8:00 PMMFA, Mumbai
17-12-23 (Sun)Odisha Hyderabad 8:00 PMKS, Bhubaneshwar
18-12-23 (Mon)PunjabChennaiyin 8:00 PMJNS, Delhi
20-12-23 (Wed)Mumbai City Mohun Bagan SG8:00 PMMFA, Mumbai
21-12-23 (Thu)Hyderabad Jamshedpur 8:00 PMGMCBAS, Hyderabad
22-12-23 (Fri)East Bengal FCOdisha FC8:00 PMVYBK, Kolkata
23-12-23 (Sat)Mohun Bagan SGGoa8:00 PMVYBK, Kolkata
24-12-23 (Sun)Bengaluru NorthEast United 5:30 PMSKS, Bengaluru
24-12-23 (Sun)Kerala Blasters Mumbai City 8:00 PMJNS, Kochi
26-12-23 (Tue)Punjab Odisha 8:00 PMJNS, Delhi
27-12-23 (Wed)Mohun Bagan SGKerala Blasters 8:00 PMVYBK, Kolkata
28-12-23 (Thu)Mumbai City Chennaiyin 8:00 PMMFA, Mumbai
29-12-23 (Fri)Odisha Jamshedpur 5:30 PMKS, Bhubaneshwar
29-12-23 (Fri)NorthEast UnitedGoa8:00 PMIGAS, Guwahati
DateHome TeamAway TeamTimeVenue
1-Oct (Sun)Kerala BlastersJamshedpur8 PMJawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Kochi
2-Oct (Mon)GoaPunjab8 PMJawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Goa
4-Oct (Wed)BengaluruEast Bengal8 PMSree Kanteeerava Stadium, Bengaluru
5-Oct (Thu)JamshedpurHyderabad8 PMJRD Tata Sports Complex, Jamshedpur
6-Oct (Fri)PunjabNorthEast United8 PMJawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Delhi
7-Oct (Sat)GoaOdisha5:30 PMJawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Goa
7-Oct (Sat)ChennaiyinMohun Bagan SG8 PMJawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Chennai
8-Oct (Sun)Mumbai CityKerala Blasters8 PMMumbai Football Arena, Mumbai
21-Oct (Sat)East BengalGoa5:30 PMVivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata
21-Oct (Sat)Kerala BlastersNorthEast United8 PMJawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Kochi
22-Oct (Sun)JamshedpurPunjab8 PMJRD Tata Sports Complex, Jamshedpur
23-Oct (Mon)Hyderabad Chennaiyin8 PMG.M.C Balayogi Athletic Stadium, Hyderabad
25-Oct (Wed)BengaluruGoa8 PMSree Kanteeerava Stadium, Bengaluru
26-Oct (Thu)NorthEast UnitedJamshedpur8 PMIndira Gandhi Athletic Stadium, Guwahati
27-Oct (Fri)Kerala BlastersOdisha8 PMJawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Kochi
28-Oct (Sat)Mumbai City Hyderabad5:30 PMMumbai Football Arena, Mumbai
28-Oct (Sat)Mohun Bagan SGEast Bengal8 PMVivekananda Yuba Bharati Stadium, Kolkata
29-Oct (Sun)ChennaiyinPunjab8 PMJawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Chennai
31-Oct (Mon)OdishaBengaluru8 PMKalinga Stadium, Bhubaneshwar

You can Download the ISL 2023-24 Schedule PDF once it is out.

DateHome TeamAway TeamTimeVenue
1-Nov (Wed)JamshedpurMohun Bagan SG8 PMJRD Tata Sports Complex, Jamshedpur
2-Nov (Thu)Mumbai CityPunjab8 PMMumbai Football Arena, Mumbai
3-Nov (Fri)OdishaNorthEast United8 PMKalinga Stadium, Bhubaneshwar
4-Nov (Fri)HyderabadBengaluru5:30 PMG.M.C Balayogi Athletic Stadium, Hyderabad
4-Nov (Fri)East BengalKerala Blasters8 PMVivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata
5-Nov (Sat)Chennaiyin Goa8 PMJawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Chennai
7-Nov (Tue)PunjabHyderabad8 PMJawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Delhi
25-Nov (Sat)ChennaiyinEast Bengal5:30 PMJawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Chennai
25-Nov (Sat)Kerala BlastersHyderabad8 PMJawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Kochi
26-Nov (Sun)NorthEast UnitedBengaluru8 PMIndira Gandhi Athletic Stadium, Guwahati
27-Nov (Mon)GoaJamshedpur8 PMJawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Goa
29-Nov (Wed)Kerala BlastersChennaiyin8 PMJawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Kochi
30-Nov (Thu)BengaluruPunjab8 PMSree Kanteeerava Stadium, Bengaluru
DateHome TeamAway TeamTimeVenue
1-Dec (Fri)JamshedpurOdisha8 PMJRD Tata Sports Complex, Jamshedpur
2-Dec (Sat)HyderabadMohun Bagan8 PMG.M.C Balayogi Athletic Stadium, Hyderabad
3-Dec (Sun)GoaKerala Blasters8 PMJawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Goa
4-Dec (Mon)East BengalNorthEast United8 PMVivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata
6-Dec (Wed)Mohun Bagan SGOdisha8 PMVivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata
7-Dec (Thu)JamshedpurChennaiyin8 PMJRD Tata Sports Complex, Jamshedpur
8-Dec (Fri)BengaluruMumbai City8 PMSree Kanteeerava Stadium, Bengaluru
9-Dec (Sat)East BengalPunjab8 PMVivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata
10-Dec (Sun)NorthEast UnitedHyderabad8 PMIndira Gandhi Athletic Stadium, Guwahati
12-Dec (Tue)GoaMumbai City8 PMJawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Goa
13-Dec (Wed)ChennaiyinBengaluru8 PMJawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Chennai
14-Dec (Thu)PunjabKerala Blasters8 PMJawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Delhi
15-Dec (Fri)NorthEast UnitedMohun Bagan SG8 PMIndira Gandhi Athletic Stadium, Guwahati
16-Dec (Sat)BengaluruJamshedpur5:30 PMSree Kanteeerava Stadium, Bengaluru
16-Dec (Sat)Mumbai CityEast Bengal8 PMMumbai Football Arena, Mumbai
17-Dec (Sun)Odisha Hyderabad8 PMKalinga Stadium, Bhubaneshwar
18-Dec (Mon)PunjabChennaiyin8 PMJawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Delhi
20-Dec (Wed)Mumbai CityMohun Bagan SG8 PMMumbai Football Arena, Mumbai
21-Dec (Thu)HyderabadJamshedpur8 PMG.M.C Balayogi Athletic Stadium, Hyderabad
22-Dec (Fri)East BengalOdisha8 PMVivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata
23-Dec (Sat)Mohun Bagan SGGoa8 PMVivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata
24-Dec (Sun)BengaluruNorthEast United5:30 PMSree Kanteeerava Stadium, Bengaluru
24-Dec (Sun)Kerala BlastersMumbai City8 PMJawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Kochi
26-Dec (Tue)PunjabOdisha8 PMJawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Delhi
27-Dec (Wed)Mohun Bagan SGKerala Blasters8 PMVivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata
28-Dec (Thu)Mumbai CityChennaiyin 8 PMMumbai Football Arena, Mumbai
29-Dec (Fri)OdishaJamshedpur5:30 PMKalinga Stadium, Bhubaneshwar
29-Dec (Fri)NorthEast UnitedGoa8 PMIndira Gandhi Athletic Stadium, Guwahati

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You can also get PDF of 2023-24 ISL Fixtures by clicking ISL 2023-24 Schedule PDF download.

Indian Super League (ISL)

ISL-2023-24 Schedule

To now more about ISL, click on Indian Super League.

Overview of the Indian Super League (ISL)

LeagueIndian Super League
Short NameISL
League LevelFirst Tier
Founded21 October 2013
Dates22 Sept 2023 – March 2024
Organising BodiesAIFF and FSDL
Number of Teams12
Indian Super League ISL 2023-24 Schedule

Hero ISL (Indian Super League)

ISL 2023-24 Season

The upcoming 2023-24 ISL will mark its 10th season and its second year as the sole top division. With 11 teams from the previous season and the newly promoted Punjab FC, who secured victory in the 2022-23 I-League, this addition will expand the league to a total of 12 clubs, introducing a fresh level of competitiveness.

The Indian Super League, overseen by AIFF and FSDL, runs from September to March. It includes a 22-round group stage, followed by playoffs that lead to the crowning of the champion at the ISL Final. The team with the highest points during the group stage earns the League Winners’ Shield.

Hero ISL 2023-24 Schedule

The ISL match schedule, featuring 12 clubs, will kick off on September 21, 2023, and conclude in March 2024. The Hero ISL schedule 2023-24 will span an exciting duration from September to March, covering approximately six months.

ISL 2023-24 Venues

The Hero ISL 2023 schedule with venue comprises a collection of 11 venues designated for both home and away matches, with each team participating in 11 matches at their home venue and 11 matches away. Notably, the arch-rival teams Mohun Bagan and East Bengal hold their home matches at the common venue of Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan in Kolkata.

Hero ISL Schedule 2023-24 Venue

Mohun Bagan FixtureVivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan (VYBK)Kolkata68,000
East Bengal FixturesVivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan (VYBK)Kolkata68,000
Bengaluru FixturesSree Kanteerava Stadium (SKS)Bengaluru25,810
Mumbai City FixturesMumbai Football Arena (MFA)Mumbai6,600
Chennaiyin FixturesJawaharlal Nehru Stadium (JNS)Chennai40,000
Kerala Blasters FixturesJawaharlal Nehru Stadium (JNS)Kochi41,000
Odisha FixturesKalinga Stadium (KS)Bhubaneswar15,000
Northeast United FixturesIndira Gandhi Athletic Stadium (IGAS)Guwahati24,627
Goa FixturesFatorda Stadium (FS)Goa19,000
Hyderabad FixturesGMC Balayogi Athletic Stadium (GMCBAS)Hyderabad30,000
Jamshedpur FixturesJRD Tata Sports Complex (JRDTSC)Jamshedpur24,424
Punjab FixturesJawaharlal Nehru Stadium (JNS)Delhi60,000

ISL 2023-24 Teams

Here are the list ISL 2023-24 Teams in ISL today match 2023-24. We will disclose all the ISL 2023-24 team squad once it is revealed.

# Team Logo Join ISL Win     Season Head Coach Kit
1 Mohun Bagan SG Mohun_Bagan_SG 2020 1 2022-23 Juan Ferrando ATK Mohun Bagan Jersey Color
2 East Bengal East_Bengal_FC_logo 2020 0 0 Carles Cuadrat East Bengal FC Logo Jersey Color
3 Bengaluru Bengaluru Football Club 2017 1 2018-19 Simon Grayson Bengaluru FC Jersey Color
4 Mumbai City Mumbai_City_FC 2014 1 2020-21 Des Buckingham Mumbai City FC Jersey Color
5 Chennaiyin Chennaiyin_FC 2014 2 2015      2017-18 Owen Coyle Chennaiyin FC Jersey Color
6 Goa FC_Goa 2014 0 0 Manolo Márquez FC Goa Jersey Color
7 Hyderabad Hyderabad_FC 2019 1 2021-22 Thangboi Singto Hyderabad FC Jersey Color
8 Jamshedpur Jamshedpur_FC 2017 0 0 Scott Cooper Jamshedpur FC Jersey Color
9 Kerala Blasters Kerala_Blasters 2014 0 0 Ivan Vukomanović Kerala Blasters FC Jersey Color
10 NorthEast United NorthEast_United_Football Club 2014 0 0 Juan Pedro Benali NorthEast United FC Jersey Color
11 Odisha Odisha_FC 2014 0 0 Sergio Lobera Odisha FC Jersey Color
12 Punjab RoundGlass_Punjab_FC 2023 0 0 Staikos Vergetis RoundGlass Punjab FC Jersey Color

ISL 2023-24 Playoffs Format

At the conclusion of the league stage of ISL match today, the leading two teams (occupying the 1st and 2nd positions) will secure direct advancement to the semi-finals. Meanwhile, the teams ranked 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th will play a single match to choose two more semi-finalists.

ISL Knockout Stage

  1. Knockout 1: 3rd-ranked team vs 6th-ranked team
  2. Knockout 2: 4th-ranked team vs 5th-ranked team

ISL Semi-Finals

In the Hero Indian Super League semi-finals, they will use the ‘away goal’ rule. If both matches have the same overall score, the team with more goals in away matches will win. If the scores are still tied after extra time, the winner will be decided by a penalty shootout.

The ISL games semi-finals will unfold as follows:

  1. Semi-final 1 (1st leg): 1st-ranked team vs the winner of Knockout 1
  2. Semi-final 2 (1st leg): 2nd-ranked team vs the winner of Knockout 2
  3. Semi-final 1 (2nd leg): Winner of Knockout 1 vs 1st-ranked team
  4. Semi-final 2 (2nd leg): Winner of Knockout 2 vs 2nd-ranked team

ISL Final

  1. Final: Winner of Semi Final 1 vs Winner of Semi Final 2

Where to Watch ISL Live 2023-24?

Viacom18 is the broadcasting partner for television and online streaming for Hero ISL 2023-24 Live Matches. 

Television: Sports18 network is the official TV broadcaster for all ISL 2023-24 match list season.

Mobile Devices: JioCinema is the official online streaming platform for the league.

For Stadium Experience, the convenient ISL ticket booking platform might be Bookmyshow.

Since 2014, Star Sports Network aired the Indian Super League (ISL) on TV in India and nearby places until the 2022-23 season. They also showed matches on regional Star Network channels in different languages. Disney+ Hotstar and JioTV also streamed the matches online.
The live coverage of ISL matches is accessible in over 80 global locations. On Nov 25, 2021, Football Sports Development Limited (FSDL) partnered with OneFootball, letting people from 200+ countries (excluding India) watch ISL matches.

ISL 2023-24 Winners

The ISL 2023-24 Winner will be known at the ISL 2024 Final.

Note: The ISL Winner 2022-23 Mohun Bagan, a Kolkata based Football Club bagged the Premier title after defeating Bengaluru fc with a 4-3 score at the Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Fatorda, Goa. 

ISL League Winners’ Shield

The Hero ISL League Winners Shield was introduced by the Indian Super League organizers, Football Sports Development Limited (FSDL), during the 2019-20 season. It’s awarded to the team with the most points at the end of the group stage, granting them automatic qualification for the playoffs alongside the runners-up. The League winners also get to participate in the AFC Champions League group stages.

The Shield, weighing around 5 kg and with a 22-inch diameter, is inspired by global football traditions and resembles the Hero ISL trophy. It features a wreath around a silver football, symbolizing victory in the sport. Winning the league stage also comes with a cash prize of Rs 50 Lakh.

Hero-ISL-League-Winners-Shield (Photo Courtesy: ISL)

Currently, the ISL League Winners Shield has been won by three teams: Jamshedpur FC, Mumbai City FC, and FC Goa.

Hero ISL Awards 2023-24

The ISL which is a top tier football league in India, is not only a platform for matches but also a stage for acknowledging outstanding performances. Let’s take a closer look at the awards presented in this league:

ISL Prize Money:

  1. The champions of the final match will earn a prize of INR 6 crore.
  2. The second-place team will receive INR 2.5 crore.
ISL Cup (Photo Credit: News18)

ISL Trophy:

The team that emerges victorious in the championship clinches the ISL Cup. The trophy was designed by Frazer and Haws and the ISL cup stands 26 inches tall.

ISL Individual Awards

  1. Hero of the Match: Standout performer in a single match is referred as Man of the Match.
  2. Hero of the Month and Emerging Player of the Month: best player of the month.
  3. Hero of the League and Emerging Player of the League: Individual Recognition at the end of the season.
  4. Golden Boot: This award goes to the top goalscorer of the season in ISL football.
  5. Winning Pass of the League: Presented to the top assist provider of the season.
  6. Golden Glove: Recognizing the goalkeeper with the most clean sheets in a season.

List of Award Winners in ISL 2022-23

ATK Mohun Bagan clinched the title of ISL 2022-23. For the full list OF ISL 2022-23 Award winners, check below:

  • Best Pitch: Kerala Blasters
  • Grassroot Award: Bengaluru and Goa
  • KFC Street Baller of League: Noah Sadaoui (FC Goa)
  • Golden Glove: Vishal Kaith (Mohun Bagan)
  • Golden Boot: Diego Mauricio (Odisha)
  • Emerging Player of the League: Sivasakthi Narayanan (Bengaluru)
  • Hero of the League: Lallianzuala Chhange (Mumbai City)

Indian Super League Introduction

The Indian Super League (ISL), also known as Hero ISL, is a professional men’s football league that serves as the top division in the Indian Football system. Initially starting with 8 teams, the league currently comprises 12 clubs.

The league was officially established on October 21, 2013, as a new era for Indian football. With an initial eight-team lineup, including Atlético de Kolkata, Bangalore Titans, Delhi Dynamos, Goa, Kerala Blasters, Mumbai City, NorthEast United, and Pune City, the ISL began its first season on October 12, 2014, with Atlético de Kolkata securing a 3-0 victory against Mumbai City at the Salt Lake Stadium.

During the 2017-18 season, a noteworthy transformation took place as the league expanded to ten teams with the inclusion of Bengaluru and Jamshedpur. This alteration resulted in a six-month season and earned AFC recognition. Following this season, Pune City ceased operations, paving the way for Hyderabad FC. Concurrently, Delhi Dynamos relocated and underwent rebranding as Odisha FC.

In 2020, Kolkata’s East Bengal and Mohun Bagan joined, bringing the total teams to 11. From the 2023-24 season onwards, the league welcomed its first promoted club, RoundGlass Punjab FC, as part of Indian football’s restructuring. This shift increased the total number of today ISL match clubs to 12.

Importance and Evolution of the ISL

The Indian Super League (ISL), despite not initially being recognized by AFC and FIFA, has now climbed to become India’s top football league.

In the year 2017, both the AFC and FIFA extended acknowledgment to the ISL, enabling clubs’ participation with the highest group stage points in ISL for the AFC Cup starting from 2019.

Due to changes in the AFC Club Competitions Ranking system, ISL clubs won’t be able to participate in the AFC Champions League anymore starting from 2024-25 season. Instead, the league champion will go to the AFC Cup group stage.

Note: The 2022-23 season marked a noteworthy achievement as the ISL became sole top-tier league in India.

How many Foreign players are allowed to play in ISL?

As per the AIFF’s rules, from the ISL 2021-22 season onwards, teams are allowed to have up to six foreign players in their squad. This includes one player specifically from the AFC quota. However, in a single match, a maximum of four foreign players are permitted to participate.

Where to watch 2023 ISL Live Telecast?

You can watch all the 2023-24 ISL matches LIVE on Jiocinema.

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1. What is Indian Super League?

The Indian Super League (ISL) is a professional men’s football league that serves as the top division in the Indian Football system.

2. Who revealed the Indian Super League Cup?

Nita Ambani, the founder and chairperson of Football Sports Development, revealed the Indian Super League cup on October 5, 2014.

3. When is the Hero ISL 2023-24 start date?

The ISL starting date is from September 21, 2023 to March 2024, featuring 12 ISL Teams.

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