Indian Super League News
- ISL: Roy Krishna's Strike Powers Odisha FC To Fifth Successive Win
Odisha FC bagged their fifth win on a trot in all competitions as they defeated Jamshedpur FC 1-0 in the Indian Super League (ISL).
- ISL: Chennaiyin FC Earn A Point vs East Bengal, Kerala Blasters Win
Ninthoinganba Meetei helped Chennaiyin FC settle for an intense 1-1 draw against East Bengal in the Indian Super League in Chennai on Saturday
- ISL: Defending Champions Mohun Bagan Thrash Punjab FC 3-1
Mohun Bagan Super Giant kicked off their title defence with a 3-1 thrashing of Punjab FC in the Indian Super League in Kolkata on Saturday
- Delhi's Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium To Host Newly-Promoted Punjab FC's Home Matches In Indian Super League
Punjab FC were promoted to the top-tier ISL earlier this year, after fulfilling all criteria to get the Premier 1 license.
- ISL Has Helped Indian Football Team Take Giant Leap: Rohit Sharma
Indian cricket team captain Rohit Sharma on Thursday said Indian Super League (ISL) has helped the national football team take giant strides at the world stage
- ISL Final, ATK Mohun Bagan FC vs Bengaluru FC Highlights: ATK Mohun Bagan Beat Bengaluru FC 4-3 On Penalties
ISL Final, ATK Mohun Bagan FC vs Bengaluru FC Highlights: ATK Mohun Bagan beat Bengaluru FC in the final of the Indian Super League (ISL).
- Separate AIFF Disciplinary Panel Proceedings Begin To Decide Kerala Blasters' Fate
The AIFF disciplinary panel on Monday dismissed Kerala Blasters' demand for a replay of the match and strict action against the referee of the ISL play-off match played in Bengaluru on Friday
- Watch: Sunil Chhetri's Goal That Saw Kerala Blasters Forfeit Indian Super League Match vs Bengaluru FC
All hell broke loose after Sunil Chhetri scored in the 97th minute from a free-kick, and a huge controversy followed in the Kerala Blasters-Bengaluru FC ISL match
- "Never Seen In Career": Sunil Chhetri Reacts After His Goal Led To Kerala Blasters' Controversial Walkout In ISL
After a goalless stalemate during regulation time at the Kanteerava Stadium, Bengaluru FC took a 97th minute lead against Kerala Blasters when Sunil Chhetri converted a free-kick. But the strike led to a full blown drama
- Controversy In ISL As Kerala Blasters Forfeit Playoff Game vs Bengaluru FC
Bengaluru FC advanced to the semi-finals of the Indian Super League (ISL) after a 1-0 victory over Kerala Blasters.
- ATK Mohun Bagan Do A Derby Double Over East Bengal, Seal Third Place
ATK Mohun Bagan produced a dominant 2-0 win against East Bengal FC In Kolkata on Saturday to extend Kolkata derby winning streak to six matches in the Indian Super League
- East Bengal vs ATK Mohun Bagan, Indian Super League Highlights: ATK MB Win 2-0
East Bengal vs ATK Mohun Bagan, ISL, Highlights: ATK Mohun Bagan beat East Bengal 2-0
- East Bengal vs ATK Mohun Bagan, Indian Super League: When And Where To Watch Kolkata Derby Live Telecast, Live Streaming
The second and final Kolkata Derby of the season will see East Bengal FC and ATK Mohun Bagan collide at the Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan in the Indian Super League
- Mumbai City Clinch ISL League Shield After 5-3 Win Over FC Goa
With first place sealed, Mumbai City FC will travel to Bengaluru FC on February 15. FC Goa remain in fifth place but within touching distance of Odisha FC and Bengaluru FC
- ISL: Chennaiyin FC And ATK Mohun Bagan Play Out Goalless Draw
The result came as another missed opportunity in the playoff race for Chennaiyin FC - they sit in eighth place, two points behind Bengaluru FC and three off the final playoff spot with a game in hand
- Cleiton Silva Scores As East Bengal Defeat Bengaluru FC in ISL
The two teams played out a 2-1 thriller in the last game of Indian Super League (ISL) in 2022
- ATK Mohun Bagan Ends FC Goa's Three Game Unbeaten Run In ISL
Following the loss, FC Goa remained at fifth place on the standings. Up next for them is a clash at home against defending champions Hyderabad FC on January 5.
- ISL: Mumbai City Beat Chennaiyin FC 2-1 To Reclaim Top Spot
The win took Mumbai two points clear of Hyderabad FC at the top, while Chennaiyin FC stay in seventh place, still five points off the play-off spot.