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Standings

2023/24
PlWDLDiffPts
1Odisha FC1594228:141431
2Mohun Bagan1492328:181029
3Goa1384119:71228
4Mumbai City1484223:121128
5Kerala Blasters1582519:16326
6Jamshedpur1645721:19217
7North East Utd1537519:25-616
8East Bengal1436516:14215
9Chennaiyin1443716:23-715
10Bengaluru FC1636715:25-1015
11Punjab1535715:24-914
12Hyderabad1504115:27-224

      Promotion ~ ISL (Play Offs: Semi~finals)
      Promotion ~ ISL (Play Offs: Quarter~finals)


About Indian ISL

The Indian Super League (ISL) is a professional football league in India. It was founded in 2013 as an attempt to develop football in India and promote it as a mainstream sport in the country. The league is organized by the Football Sports Development Limited (FSDL), and sanctioned by the All India Football Federation (AIFF).

The ISL is contested by ten teams from across India, with each team representing a different city or region. The league follows a round-robin format, where each team plays the others twice, once at home and once away. The top four teams at the end of the regular season qualify for the playoffs, which consist of two semi-finals and a final.

The league has attracted several high-profile international players, including former Premier League players like Robbie Fowler, David James, and Nicholas Anelka. It has also helped to raise the profile of football in India and improve the standard of play.

The ISL has been successful in terms of attracting fans and generating interest in football in India, with the league averaging over 20,000 fans per match in the 2019-20 season. Additionally, the league has helped to develop young Indian players, many of whom have gone on to represent the national team.

Overall, the Indian Super League has been a positive development for Indian football and has helped to raise the profile of the sport in the country.


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