Hero ISL 2021-22 Schedule, Upcoming matches, Live scorecard, live commentary along with player stats on the official website of Indian Super League.
The first 11 round matches of the Indian Super League (Hero ISL) 2021-22 season were announced on Monday. The first match will be between Mohun Bagan and Kerala Blasters. Scheduled for November 19 and the much awaited derby between SC East Bengal and Mohun Bagan will be held on November 27.
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Indian Super League. Mumbai boys seek back-to-back Hero ISL success for the Islanders. Experienced Brazilian forward Jonathas joins Odisha FC. Promising midfielder Lalrinliana Hnamte joins SC East Bengal. Manuel ‘Manolo’ Diaz named new SC East Bengal head coach. Talented centre-back Daniel Gomes joins SC East Bengal.
The first match of the Indian Super League 2020-21 is between Kerala Blasters FC vs ATK Mohun Bagan FC at GMC Stadium Bambolim, Goa on Friday, 20 November 2020 at 19:30 IST. All eleven teams will play the Hero ISL match for the next 5 months starting from November 2020 to March 2021.
Complete table of standings for the Hero ISL 2021-22 Season with the won and lost matches on the official website of Indian Super League.
The League will be starting from 20th November, 2020. This edition of the ISL will see three-mid season breaks, with India playing international matches between October 8-16 and November 12-20. The final break will start from 17 December, when the national team start preparation for the AFC Asian Cup in UAE. Here’s ISL 2020-2021 Points Table.
Before the Super Cup, Indian Super League clubs did not play official matches outside of ISL (exception being Bengaluru in the 2018 AFC Cup) so the Super Cup was the first time clubs in the league played in an official cup tournament.
It hosted the first ever match in the Hero Indian Super League in 2014 when ATK beat Mumbai City 3-0. Following its renovation for the 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup, the stadium’s seating capacity has reduced from 120,000 to 85,000. The stadium also played host to the 2018-19 season opener between ATK and Kerala Blasters.