HERO INDIAN SUPER LEAGUE

HERO INDIAN SUPER LEAGUE:

The Indian Super League is a football league in India. It is the top tier football leagues in India. For sponsorship reasons, the competition is official is officially known as the Hero Indian Super League. The competitions are contested by ten teams.and is usually played in a span of six months from October to March. It is Organised by the All Indian Football Federation (AIFF). HERO INDIAN SUPER LEAGUE

Founded October 21, 2013
Country India
Confederation AFC (Asia)
Domestic Cups Super Cup
International Cup(s) AFC Champions League AFC Cup
Current Champions Bengaluru FC (1st Title) 2018-2019
Most Championships ATK Chennayin(2 titles each)
Most appearances Sandesh Jhingan (76)
Top goalscorer Coro (34 goals)
TV partners Star Sports (live matches) Hotstar & jio TV streaming only)
Website www.indiansuperleague.com

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 sports in Asia. 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 promotions and relegations, instead choosing to grow the league through expansion, similar, to Major League Soccer in the United States.

Yet, a formal structure for promotion and relegation will be introduced by 2023-24. During the first five seasons, three teams were crowned champions: ATK in 2014 and 2016, and Chennai in 2015 and 2017-2018 and in 2018-2019 Bengaluru FC triumphed.

Competition Format:

During the 2018-19 season, the Indian Super League will run from September to March. All ten teams play each other twice, home and away for eighteen matches each. At the end of the season, the competition ran from October to December. The regular season would begin in October and end by early December while the playoffs would take place within the next two or three weeks. The regular season would be fourteen matches long. The top four sides of the end qualify for the playoffs. The first round of the playoffs sees the first-placed team while the second-placed team faces the third.

 During the playoffs, the first round is played in a two-legged format with both teams playing each other at their home venues.  At the end of the two matches, the teams which lead on aggregate would move on to the final. The final is a single-leg match that takes place in a neutral venue.  If scores were tied on aggregate in the first round or in the final, 30 minutes of extra time would be used to determine the winner and finally, if still tied, Penalties would be given to both the teams.

 Teams:

  1. NorthEast United
  2. Jamshedpur
  3. Mumbai City FC
  4. Bengaluru FC
  5. Kerala Blasters
  6. Chennai FC
  7. Goa FC
  8. ATK
  9. Hyderabad
  10. Odisha 

Player Records:

Ranks Players Years Represented Clubs Goals
1 Ferran Corominas 2017 Goa 34
2 Sunil Chhetri 2015 Mumbai City, Bengaluru 30
3 Lain Hume 2014 Kerala Blasters, ATK,
Pune city
28
4 Marcelinho 2016 Delhi Dynamos, Pune City 24
5 Jeje lalpekhlua 2014 Chennai 23
6  Miku 2017-19 Bengaluru 20
7 Kalu Uche 2015, 2017-2019 Pune city, Delhi Dynamos, ATK 18
8 Steven Mendoza 2014-15 Chennai 17
9 Emiliana Alfaro 2016-19  North East United, Pune City 15

Most Appeared Players:

  1. Sandesh Jhingan from Kerala Blasters appeared 76 times in the year 2014
  2. Mandar Rao Dessai from Goa appeared 70 times in the year 2014
  3.  Narayan Das from Goa, Pune city, Delhi Dynamos appeared 69 times in the year 2014
  4. Souvik Chakrabarti from Delhi Dynamos, Jamshedpur, Mumbai City appeared 67 times  in the year 2014
  5. Jeje from Chennayin appeared 67 times in the year 2014
  6. Subrata pal from Mumbai city, Northeast United, Jamshedpur appeared 67 times in the year 2014
  7. Lain Hume from Kerala Blasters, ATK, Pune City appeared 64 times in the year 2014
  8. Lenny Rodrigues from Pune City, Bengaluru, Goa appeared 60 times in the year 2014
  9. Harmanjot Khabra from Chennai, Bengaluru appeared 60  times in the year 2014
  10. Raphael Augusto from Chennai, Bengaluru appeared 59 times in the year 2015

Till now in the history of the Indian Super League, Coro has become the players to have scored the most number of goals followed by Sunil Chhetri, The Indian Football Captain.

And Sandesh Jhingan has become the player with the most number of appearances in history.

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