Hero Isl Points Table 2023
- 1 Who won the Golden Ball award in hero ISL 2023?
- 2 How many teams will qualify for playoffs in ISL 2023?
- 3 What is the prize money for the ISL winner?
- 4 How many teams are in ISL 2024?
- 5 Will there be more teams in ISL?
- 6 Which team has most powerful fans in ISL?
How many teams qualified in ISL 2023?
Teams – Twelve teams will compete in the league: eleven teams from the previous season and one team promoted from the 2022–23 I-League, Team promoted from 2022–23 I-League
Who won the Golden Ball award in hero ISL 2023?
ISL Hero of the League 2022-2023 (Golden Ball winner) – The Indian Super League (ISL) 2022-2023 Hero of the League or the Golden Ball award went to star Indian forward Lallianzuala Chhangte of Mumbai City FC. The prolific winger bagged 10 goals and 6 assists in the 20 league appearances. Mumbai also finished top of the points table because of which. He also bagged a cash cheque of 5 Lakh INR.
How many teams will qualify for playoffs in ISL 2023?
In the ISL 2023 playoffs, the top two teams on points table at the end of the league phase will qualify directly to the semi-final, while teams finishing in third, fourth, fifth and sixth will battle it out in the eliminators to book a spot in the last 4.
Which team has most fans in ISL 2023?
Which ISL team has the most fans? Without doubt the team having highest number of fans would be Kerala Blasters and their Manjappada Fans.
Which ISL team will qualify for AFC Champions League?
AFC Champions League/Asian Club Championship/Asian Champion Club Tournament –
|Asian Champion Club Tournament 1|
|1969||Mysore State||Fourth Place||0–2||Toyo Kogyo||at Bangkok, Thailand|
|1970||Bengal||3rd in Group Stage||N/A||Hapoel Tel Aviv, PSMS Medan, Royal Thai Police|
|1971||Punjab Police||4th in Group Stage||N/A||Maccabi Tel Aviv, Aliyat Al-Shorta, Bangkok Bank|
|1972–85||The tournament was not held|
|Asian Club Championship 2|
|1985||East Bengal||3rd in Group Semi’s||N/A||Al-Ahli, Krama Yudha Tiga Berlian|
|1987||Mohun Bagan||2nd in Group Stage||N/A||Al-Rasheed, Mohammedan SC, Manang Marsyangdi, PAF FC|
|1988–89||Mohun Bagan||4th in Group Semi’s||N/A||Al-Rasheed, Guangdong Wanbao, Kazma|
|1989–90||Salgaocar||2nd in Group Stage||N/A||Fanja, Punjab, Kathmandu|
|1990–91||Salgaocar||2nd in Group Stage||N/A||Mohammedan, Club Lagoons|
|1994–95||Mohun Bagan||2nd Round||0–7||Thai Farmers Bank||0–4 in Thailand 0–3 due to Mohun Bagan being disqualified|
|1995||Mohun Bagan||1st Round||2–2||Club Valencia||2–1 in First Match 0–1 in Second Match|
|1996–97||JCT||2nd Round||1–2||New Radiant||1–0 in First Match 0–2 in Second Match|
|1997–98||Churchill Brothers||1st Round||1–2||Cao su Đồng Tháp||0–1 in First Match 1–1 in Second Match|
|1998–99||East Bengal||1st Round||0–6||Dalian Wanda||0–6 in First Match 0–0 in Second Match|
|1999–2000||Mohun Bagan||2nd Round||0–8||Júbilo Iwata||at Yamaha Stadium|
|AFC Champions League|
|2002–03||Churchill Brothers||Qualifying Round 3||4–7||Osotsapa FC||1–1 Home 3–6 Away|
|Mohun Bagan||Qualifying Round 3||1–8||Daejeon Citizen||6–0 Away 1–2 Home|
|2009||Dempo||Play-off round||0–3||Sharjah||at Sharjah Stadium|
|2010||Churchill Brothers||Qualifying play-off||2–5||Al-Wahda||at Al-Nahyan Stadium|
|2011||Dempo||Qualifying play-off||0–2||Al-Sadd||at Jassim bin Hamad Stadium|
|2014||Pune||Qualifying play-off Round 1||0–3||Hà Nội T&T||Shree Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex, Pune, India|
|2015||Bengaluru FC||Preliminary Round 1||1–2||Johor Darul Ta’zim||Larkin Stadium, Johor Bahru, Malaysia|
|2016||Mohun Bagan||Preliminary Round 2||0–6||Shandong Luneng Taishan||Jinan Olympic Sports Center Stadium, Jinan|
|2017||Bengaluru FC||Preliminary Round 2||1–2||Al-Wehdat||King Abdullah II Stadium, Amman|
|2018||Aizawl FC||Play-off round||1–3||Zob Ahan||Foolad Shahr Stadium, Isfahan|
|2019||Minerva Punjab||Preliminary Round 2||0–4||Saipa||Shahr-e Qods Stadium, Qods|
|2020||Chennai City||Preliminary Round 1||0–1||Al-Riffa||The Arena, Ahmedabad, India|
|2021||FC Goa||3rd in Group Stage||N/A||Persepolis Al-Rayyan Al-Wahda||Fatorda Stadium, Goa, India|
|2022||Mumbai City FC||2nd in Group Stage||N/A||Al Shabab FC Al Jazira FC Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya||Prince Faisal bin Fahd Stadium, Riyadh, King Fahd International Stadium, Riyadh Kingdom of Saudi Arabia|
|2023-24||Mumbai City FC||TBD in Group Stage||N/A||TBD||Various|
1 Santhosh Trophy winners entered tournament,2 Federation Cup winners entered tournament.
Who qualified for AFC Champions League from ISL?
How will the draw work? – 40 teams will be divided into 10 groups of four teams each. Teams in the West Zone will be categorised in Groups A to E and teams in the East Zone will be in Groups F to J. Clubs from the same Member Association (MA) will not be drawn into the same group.
The West Zone will see Saudi Arabian heavyweights such as Al Hilal, Al Ittihad and Cristiano Ronaldo’s Al Nassr, while the United Arab Emirates will have representation from Al Ain FC. From Qatar, there will be Al Sadd SC, which will look to reclaim the title. Also Read: Durand Cup 2023 quarterfinal draw: East Bengal paired with Gokulam, Mohun Bagan SG to face Mumbai City Mumbai City FC, league winner of the Indian Super League (ISL), will feature in the competition for the second time after it scripted history last year by becoming the first Indian club to register a win in the AFC Champions League.
It is also in the West Zone and has been drawn in Pot 3 along with clubs like Al Faisaly (JOR), FC Istiklol (TJK), Air Force Club (IRQ), and Ahal FC (TKM). — Mumbai City FC (@MumbaiCityFC) August 23, 2023 In the East Zone, Japanese club Urawa Red Diamonds, which is the defending champion, will join clubs like Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors FC, Ulsan Hyundai FC, and Pohang Steelers in the group stage after securing victory in the playoff round.
Who has the most clean sheets in ISL?
Most Clean Sheets in ISL History
|1||Gurpreet Singh Sandhu||29|
What is the prize money for the ISL winner?
Goa: Pritam Kotal of ATK Mohun Bagan and Sunil Chhetri of Bengaluru FC pose for a picture with the ISL trophy. | Photo Credit: PTI Goa: Pritam Kotal of ATK Mohun Bagan and Sunil Chhetri of Bengaluru FC pose for a picture with the ISL trophy. | Photo Credit: PTI Bengaluru FC, led by Sunil Chhetri will take on ATK Mohun Bagan in the Indian Super League (ISL) in the summit clash on Saturday at the Jawaharlal Nehru stadium in Goa on Saturday.
- The winners of the final will lift the Hero ISL trophy and be awarded a prize money of INR 6 crore, with the runners-up receiving INR 2.5 crore.
- The ISL will also recognise the individual performances of the season with trophies and cash prizes.
- The season’s best overall player will be awarded the Hero of the League to presented for the Golden Ball for outstanding individual contributions to his team’s performances.
The closely-fought Golden Boot award will then be presented to the player who has scored the most goals in the season. Among the most anticipated awards will be the Emerging Player of the League award. This trophy and cash award will recognize the league’s best young player for showing promise and potential over the course of the season, and standing out on Indian football’s biggest stage.
- The ISL this season saw the emergence of more than 100 Under-23 players, and tying into this commitment to India’s future heroes will be the Grassroots Award.
- This award will be presented to the club that has made a significant contribution to the development of Indian football at the grassroots level through their development programs, along with a cash prize to further their efforts to raise the standards of India’s football in the next decade.
The Jindal Panther Golden Glove award will be given to the goalkeeper who has kept the most clean sheets through the season. The winner of this award will receive a trophy and cash prize for his exceptional goalkeeping skills. The Best Pitch award will also be part of the line-up and will recognise the ground crew for their outstanding maintenance of the playing field over the course of the season.
How many teams are in ISL 2024?
Hero Indian Super League 2023 – 2024 Team – In the 2023 – 2024 edition of ISL, a Total of 12 teams are playing. All teams have already selected and finalized the home stadium to play the match. West Bengal is the only state from where two clubs participate in this league.
Bengaluru FC Chennaiyin FC East Bengal FC FC Goa Hyderabad FC Jamshedpur FC Kerala Blasters FC Mohun Bagan Super Giants Mumbai City FC NorthEast United FC Odisha FC RoundGlass Punjab FC
Will there be more teams in ISL?
Indian Football Team: AIFF launches Project ‘Blue Cubs’ to aid Grassroots Development, Arsene Wenger to visit in May to oversee – “We are in discussion with our (AIFF’s) marketing partners regarding it. There is a thought of implementing relegation once 16 teams are there.
But no decision has been reached yet,” AIFF president Kalyan Chaubey said. “Our aim is to have a structured football league, which fulfills all basic AFC guidelines”. Since its formation in 2014, the ISL has been a closed league, with promotion and relegation set to be implemented starting in the 2023–24 season and 2024–25 season, respectively, in accordance with the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) roadmap that was agreed upon by all parties in 2019.
After the roadmap was accepted in October 2019 at the AFC headquarters in Kuala Lumpur, the league was crowned the top league in the nation. 🚨 | FSDL, the organizers of Hero ISL wants to attain a strength of 16 clubs before introducing relegation in the top-tier of Indian football.
#IndianFootball pic.twitter.com/6GiOgniubi — 90ndstoppage (@90ndstoppage) April 14, 2023 ISL began in 2014 as an eight-team franchise league without promotion and relegation, It progressively grew to include Mohun Bagan, East Bengal, and Bengaluru FC in various editions during the course of its nine-year history,The I-League champions Roundglass Punjab will be eligible to compete in the league if they meet the stringent AFC licencing requirements.
This expansion is planned as part of the implementation of the 2019 AFC strategy, which calls for the league to grow to 12 teams in 2023–24.
How many players can play in ISL?
ISL clubs are required to have one ISL international player at least with a maximum of 5 allowed. ISL clubs are required to have at least one domestic player with the quota capped at six. ISL Squad Sizes: ISL clubs must have at least 22 players and at best can contract 25 players.
Which team has most powerful fans in ISL?
Support – Fans at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium during an Indian Super League match Kerala Blasters are known in the ISL for their fanatical supporters. Averaging over 55,000 fans a game, the Blasters had the highest average attendance in most of the seasons they have played and it fell to 37,500 in 2017 because safety regulations reduced the stadium’s capacity to 41,000 as a part of 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup where Kochi was a venue.
According to former India international player Pappachen Pradeep, “In Kerala, the people support football tirelessly. It doesn’t matter if the team wins or loses, they are always there in high numbers. I’ve played at places like Kolkata, where if the team loses two-three matches on the spin, the numbers in the stadium diminish.
There is nothing like that in Kerala.” However Kerala Blasters have seen reduction in the average attendance below 30,000 on two seasons. During 2018–19 season, the Blasters had an average attendance of 16,432 and it became 17,500 in 2019–20 season. Supporters of Kerala Blasters during an ISL match at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in 2016 According to Fox Asia, as of January 2023, the Blasters are the sixth most-popular Asian club on social media, becoming so in 2018 within the four years of its existence and were the youngest club among the list. Manjappada (Yellow army) of Kerala Blasters The Blasters are also known for having one of the most vocal and passionate supporters group known as Manjappada, Founded in 2014, they are one of the largest and most active supporters group in the country. The group has also won the award for the ‘Best Fan Club’ at the Indian Sports Honours for two times in 2017 and 2020.