Indian Super League Points Table
- 1 What is the point table of ISI?
- 2 Which team is the strongest in ISL?
- 3 Which club never won ISL?
- 4 Who won Golden Boot in ISL 2023?
- 5 How many times Bengaluru FC won?
What is the point table of ISI?
ISL Points Table 2022-23: Get ISL team rankings (updated) and standings The ISL points table visually represents the current state of the football clubs of the ongoing season. It considers the number of wins, losses, draws, and the ratio of goals scored and conceded by teams to rank them.
A total of 115 matches ( 110 league games and five playoff/knockout matches ) are played in a single ISL season. On Friday, March 3, 2023, Hyderabad FC defeated Kerala Blasters 1-0 at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium to qualify for the playoffs from the second position on the ISL points 2022-23 table. The Nizams sit after Mumbai City FC are followed by ATK Mohun Bagan FC in the third place.
Bengaluru FC, Kerala Blasters and Odisha FC occupy fourth, fifth and sixth places.
|1||Mumbai City FC||20||14||4||2||46|
|3||ATK Mohun Bagan FC||20||10||4||6||34|
|9||SC East Bengal||20||6||1||13||19|
|11||NorthEast United FC||20||1||2||17||5|
The primary aim of every team during the league stage is to finish within the top six positions of the points table, which in turn helps them to qualify for the ISL playoffs, The added incentive for finishing at the top of the points table in the league stage is the ISL League Winners Shield,
- A club is allotted 3 points for every win in the league stages.
- 1 point is given for a draw, which is shared by both the teams drawing the match.
- For a defeat, a club is allotted zero points
However, the points table is not this simple and the calculation gets complicated as the season progresses. With each team playing 20 matches during the league stage, the number of points earned by two or more teams overlaps numerous times. In such a scenario, the following criteria are used to determine the clubs’ positions.
- If two teams are tied on the same point, then the team with more points in head-to-head between the clubs get the higher position.
- If the head-to-head doesn’t separate the two teams, then the team with a superior goal difference in matches played between the two clubs is given priority.
- If the goal difference in their concerned matches cannot determine the position of the two teams, then the team with more goals moves to the higher position.
- In the unlikely scenario that the goals scored by the two teams fail to separate them, then their goal difference in the entire league is taken into consideration.
- The process continues with eventually the team with the highest fair play ranking is considered to stay above.
- The last resort is a draw.
|3||ATK Mohun Bagan||20||10||7||3||11||37|
|5||Mumbai City FC||20||9||4||7||5||31|
|10||NorthEast United FC||20||3||5||12||-17||14|
|11||SC East Bengal||20||1||8||11||-18||11|
The most points earned in a single season is 43 points, a feat that has been achieved by Jamshedpur FC (2022-23). They are also the side to earn the most number of points without winning the league. On the other hand, the fewest points in an ISL season are 9, which was obtained by two-time Chennaiyin FC.
The ISL team with the most number of wins in a single season is Bengaluru FC when they won 13 points in the 2017-18 ISL season. The mantle for the most number of wins in total is with FC Goa, who have won a record 58 ISL games so far. The least number of wins, on the other hand, is 2, a dismal record associated with Chennaiyin FC, Kerala Blasters, Hyderabad FC, NorthEast United FC and Odisha FC.
The most number of defeats in a single ISL season is 13, a joint record held by NorthEast United and Chennaiyin FC. The longest winning streak in a particular ISL season is achieved by Jamshedpur FC in the 2021-22 season. The longest winless run, on the other hand, is 14 held by Hyderabad FC and NorthEast United.
- FC Goa are also the team to have scored the most number of goals (51) in an ISL season, while the fewest goals scored in a season is 11, by the Highlanders.
- Odisha FC hold the record for most goals conceded in a season (44) while defending champions Mumbai City FC have conceded the fewest goals ever in an ISL season (11).
- The team unlocking the best goal difference in an ISL season is +23, which was achieved by Goa in the 2019-20 season, while Odisha FC had the worst goal difference in a season (-19) in the 2020-21 season.
The ISL 2022-23 fixtures have been announced until the league stage fixtures. After a few seasons of the covid-stricken tournament, the Indian Super League will return to each team playing their home games at their home grounds. Here is the full ISL 2022-23 fixture :
|Friday||07 October 2022||Kerala Blasters FC vs East Bengal FC||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Kochi||19:30|
|Saturday||08 October 2022||Bengaluru FC vs NorthEast United FC||Sree Kanteerava Stadium, Bengaluru||19:30|
|Sunday||09 October 2022||Hyderabad FC vs Mumbai City FC||Shree Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex in Pune||19:30|
|Monday||10 October 2022||ATK Mohun Bagan vs Chennaiyin FC||Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata||19:30|
|Tuesday||11 October 2022||Jamshedpur FC vs Odisha FC||JRD Tata Sports Complex, Jamshedpur||19:30|
|Wednesday||12 October 2022||East Bengal vs FC Goa||Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata||19:30|
|Thursday||13 October 2022||NorthEast United FC vs Hyderabad FC||Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium, Guwahati||19:30|
|Friday||14 October 2022||Chennaiyin FC vs Bengaluru FC||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Chennai||19:30|
|Saturday||15 October 2022||Mumbai City FC vs Odisha FC||Mumbai Football Arena, Mumbai||19:30|
|Sunday||16 October 2022||Kerala Blasters FC vs ATK Mohun Bagan||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Kochi||19:30|
|Thursday||20 October 2022||NorthEast United FC vs SC East Bengal||Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium, Guwahati||19:30|
|Friday||21 October 2022||Chennaiyin FC vs FC Goa||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Chennai||19:30|
|Saturday||22 October 2022||Mumbai City FC vs Jamshedpur FC||Mumbai Football Arena, Mumbai||17:30|
|Saturday||22 October 2022||Hyderabad FC vs Bengaluru FC||G.M.C. Balayogi Athletic Stadium, Hyderabad||19:30|
|Sunday||23 October 2022||Odisha FC vs Kerala Blasters FC||Kalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar||19:30|
|Thursday||27 October 2022||Odisha FC vs Bengaluru FC||Kalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar||19:30|
|Friday||28 October 2022||Kerala Blasters FC vs Mumbai City FC||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Kochi||19:30|
|Saturday||29 October 2022||Hyderabad FC vs FC Goa||G.M.C. Balayogi Athletic Stadium, Hyderabad||17:30|
|Saturday||29 October 2022||ATK Mohun Bagan vs SC East Bengal||Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata||19:30|
|Sunday||30 October 2022||Jamshedpur FC vs NorthEast United FC||JRD Tata Sports Complex, Jamshedpur||19:30|
|Thursday||03 November 2022||FC Goa vs Jamshedpur FC||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Goa||19:30|
|Friday||04 November 2022||SC East Bengal vs Chennaiyin FC||Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata||19:30|
|Saturday||05 November 2022||Hyderabad FC vs Odisha FC||G.M.C. Balayogi Athletic Stadium, Hyderabad||17:30|
|Saturday||05 November 2022||NorthEast United FC vs Kerala Blasters||Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium, Guwahati||19:30|
|Sunday||06 November 2022||Mumbai City FC vs ATK Mohun Bagan||Mumbai Football Arena, Mumbai||19:30|
|Wednesday||09 November 2022||Jamshedpur FC vs Hyderabad FC||JRD Tata Sports Complex, Jamshedpur||19:30|
|Thursday||10 November 2022||ATK Mohun Bagan vs NorthEast United FC||Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata||19:30|
|Friday||11 November 2022||Bengaluru FC vs SC East Bengal||Sree Kanteerava Stadium, Bengaluru||19:30|
|Saturday||12 November 2022||Chennaiyin FC vs Mumbai City FC||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Chennai||19:30|
|Sunday||13 November 2022||Kerala Blasters FC vs FC Goa||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Kochi||19:30|
|Thursday||17 November 2022||Mumbai City FC vs Bengaluru FC||Mumbai Football Arena, Mumbai||19:30|
|Friday||18 November 2022||SC East Bengal vs Odisha FC||Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata||19:30|
|Saturday||19 November 2022||Chennaiyin FC vs Jamshedpur FC||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Chennai||17:30|
|Saturday||19 November 2022||Hyderabad FC vs Kerala Blasters FC||G.M.C. Balayogi Athletic Stadium, Hyderabad||19:30|
|Sunday||20 November 2022||FC Goa vs ATK Mohun Bagan||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Goa||19:30|
|Thursday||24 November 2022||Odisha FC vs Chennaiyin FC||Kalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar||19:30|
|Friday||25 November 2022||NorthEast United FC vs Mumbai City FC||Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium, Guwahati||19:30|
|Saturday||26 November 2022||FC Goa vs Bengaluru FC||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Goa||17:30|
|Saturday||26 November 2022||ATK Mohun Bagan vs Hyderabad FC||Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata||19:30|
|Sunday||27 November 2022||Jamshedpur FC vs SC East Bengal||JRD Tata Sports Complex, Jamshedpur||19:30|
|Thursday||01 December 2022||Mumbai City FC vs FC Goa||Mumbai Football Arena, Mumbai||19:30|
|Friday||02 December 2022||Odisha FC vs NorthEast United FC||Kalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar||19:30|
|Saturday||03 December 2022||Chennaiyin FC vs Hyderabad FC||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Chennai||17:30|
|Saturday||03 December 2022||Bengaluru FC vs ATK Mohun Bagan||Sree Kanteerava Stadium, Bengaluru||19:30|
|Sunday||04 December 2022||Jamshedpur FC vs Kerala Blasters FC||JRD Tata Sports Complex, Jamshedpur||19:30|
|Thursday||08 December 2022||ATK Mohun Bagan vs Jamshedpur FC||Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata||19:30|
|Friday||09 December 2022||Hyderabad FC vs SC East Bengal||G.M.C. Balayogi Athletic Stadium, Hyderabad||19:30|
|Saturday||10 December 2022||FC Goa vs Odisha FC||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Goa||17:30|
|Saturday||10 December 2022||NorthEast United FC vs Chennaiyin FC||Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium, Guwahati||19:30|
|Sunday||11 December 2022||Kerala Blasters FC vs Bengaluru FC||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Kochi||19:30|
|Thursday||15 December 2022||Odisha FC vs ATK Mohun Bagan||Kalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar||19:30|
|Friday||16 December 2022||SC East Bengal vs Mumbai City FC||Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata||19:30|
|Saturday||17 December 2022||Bengaluru FC vs Jamshedpur FC||Sree Kanteerava Stadium, Bengaluru||17:30|
|Saturday||17 December 2022||FC Goa vs NorthEast United FC||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Goa||19:30|
|Monday||19 December 2022||Chennaiyin FC vs Kerala Blasters FC||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Chennai||19:30|
|Thursday||22 December 2022||Jamshedpur FC vs FC Goa||JRD Tata Sports Complex, Jamshedpur||19:30|
|Friday||23 December 2022||Bengaluru FC vs Hyderabad FC||Sree Kanteerava Stadium, Bengaluru||19:30|
|Saturday||24 December 2022||Mumbai City FC vs Chennaiyin FC||Mumbai Football Arena, Mumbai||17:30|
|Saturday||24 December 2022||NorthEast United vs ATK Mohun Bagan||Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium, Guwahati||19:30|
|Monday||26 December 2022||Kerala Blasters FC vs Odisha FC||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Kochi||19:30|
|Wednesday||28 December 2022||ATK Mohun Bagan vs FC Goa||Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata||19:30|
|Thursday||29 December 2022||Hyderabad FC vs NorthEast United FC||G.M.C. Balayogi Athletic Stadium, Hyderabad||19:30|
|Friday||30 December 2022||SC East Bengal vs Bengaluru FC||Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata||19:30|
|Monday||02 January 2023||Odisha FC vs Mumbai City FC||Kalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar||19:30|
|Tuesday||03 January 2023||Kerala Blasters FC vs Jamshedpur FC||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Kochi||19:30|
|Thursday||05 January 2023||FC Goa vs Hyderabad FC||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Goa||19:30|
|Friday||06 January 2023||NorthEast United FC vs Bengaluru FC||Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium, Guwahati||19:30|
|Saturday||07 January 2023||Jamshedpur FC vs Chennaiyin FC||JRD Tata Sports Complex, Jamshedpur||17:30|
|Saturday||07 January 2023||Odisha FC vs SC East Bengal||Kalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar||19:30|
|Sunday||08 January 2023||Mumbai City FC vs Kerala Blasters FC||Mumbai Football Arena, Mumbai||19:30|
|Thursday||12 January 2023||Hyderabad FC vs Chennaiyin FC||G.M.C. Balayogi Athletic Stadium, Hyderabad||19:30|
|Friday||13 January 2023||SC East Bengal vs Jamshedpur FC||Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata||19:30|
|Saturday||14 January 2023||Bengaluru FC vs Odisha FC||Sree Kanteerava Stadium, Bengaluru||17:30|
|Saturday||14 January 2023||ATK Mohun Bagan vs Mumbai City FC||Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata||19:30|
|Sunday||15 January 2023||NorthEast United FC vs FC Goa||Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium, Guwahati||19:30|
|Wednesday||18 January 2023||Jamshedpur FC vs Bengaluru FC||JRD Tata Sports Complex, Jamshedpur||19:30|
|Thursday||19 January 2023||Mumbai City FC vs NorthEast United FC||Mumbai Football Arena, Mumbai||19:30|
|Friday||20 January 2023||SC East Bengal vs Hyderabad FC||Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata||19:30|
|Saturday||21 January 2023||Chennaiyin FC vs ATK Mohun Bagan||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Chennai||19:30|
|Sunday||22 January 2023||FC Goa vs Kerala Blasters FC||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Goa||19:30|
|Thursday||26 January 2023||FC Goa Vs SC East Bengal||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Goa||19:30|
|Friday||27 January 2023||Jamshedpur FC vs Mumbai City FC||JRD Tata Sports Complex, Jamshedpur||19:30|
|Saturday||28 January 2023||Bengaluru FC vs Chennaiyin FC||Sree Kanteerava Stadium, Bengaluru||17:30|
|Saturday||28 January 2023||ATK Mohun Bagan vs Odisha FC||Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata||19:30|
|Sunday||29 January 2023||Kerala Blasters FC vs NorthEast United FC||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Kochi||19:30|
|Thursday||02 February 2023||Chennaiyin FC vs Odisha FC||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Chennai||19:30|
|Friday||03 February 2023||SC East Bengal vs Kerala Blasters FC||Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata||19:30|
|Saturday||04 February 2023||Mumbai City FC vs Hyderabad FC||Mumbai Football Arena, Mumbai||17:30|
|Saturday||04 February 2023||NorthEast United FC vs Jamshedpur FC||Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium, Guwahati||19:30|
|Sunday||05 February 2023||ATK Mohun Bagan vs Bengaluru FC||Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata||19:30|
|Monday||06 February 2023||Odisha FC vs FC Goa||Kalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar||19:30|
|Tuesday||07 February 2023||Kerala Blasters FC vs Chennaiyin FC||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Kochi||19:30|
|Wednesday||08 February 2023||SC East Bengal vs NorthEast United FC||Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata||19:30|
|Thursday||09 February 2023||Jamshedpur FC vs ATK Mohun Bagan||JRD Tata Sports Complex, Jamshedpur||19:30|
|Friday||10 February 2023||Odisha FC vs Hyderabad FC||Kalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar||19:30|
|Saturday||11 February 2023||FC Goa vs Mumbai City FC||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Goa||17:30|
|Saturday||11 February 2023||Bengaluru FC vs Kerala Blasters FC||Sree Kanteerava Stadium, Bengaluru||19:30|
|Sunday||12 February 2023||Chennaiyin FC vs SC East Bengal||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Chennai||19:30|
|Tuesday||14 February 2023||Hyderabad FC vs ATK Mohun Bagan||G.M.C. Balayogi Athletic Stadium, Hyderabad||19:30|
|Wednesday||15 February 2023||Bengaluru FC vs Mumbai City FC||Sree Kanteerava Stadium, Bengaluru||19:30|
|Thursday||16 February 2023||FC Goa vs Chennaiyin FC||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Goa||19:30|
|Friday||17 February 2023||NorthEast United FC vs Odisha FC||Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium, Guwahati||19:30|
|Saturday||18 February 2023||Hyderabad FC vs Jamshedpur FC||G.M.C. Balayogi Athletic Stadium, Hyderabad||17:30|
|Saturday||18 February 2023||ATK Mohun Bagan vs Kerala Blasters FC||Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata||19:30|
|Sunday||19 February 2023||Mumbai City FC vs SC East Bengal||Mumbai Football Arena, Mumbai||19:30|
|Wednesday||22 February 2023||Odisha FC vs Jamshedpur FC||Kalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar||19:30|
|Thursday||23 February 2023||Bengaluru FC vs FC Goa||Sree Kanteerava Stadium, Bengaluru||19:30|
|Friday||24 February 2023||Chennaiyin FC vs NorthEast United FC||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Chennai||19:30|
|Saturday||25 February 2023||SC East Bengal vs ATK Mohun Bagan||Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata||19:30|
|Sunday||26 February 2023||Kerala Blasters FC vs Hyderabad FC||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Kochi||19:30|
ISL Points Table 2022-23: Get ISL team rankings (updated) and standings
Which team is the strongest in ISL?
Hero ISL 2022-23: Ranking all teams in terms of their efficiency in front of goal
Creativity and being clinical are hallmarks of a dominant goalscoring team. In the Hero Indian Super League (ISL) 2022-23, there are a select few teams who have been efficient at converting their chances and have required fewer chances to score one goal, making up for an efficient chance-to-goal conversion rate. However, there are other teams who haven’t been able to find the back of the net regularly despite creating several chances, falling prey to their lack of clinical edge in front of the goal. On that note, we rank the most efficient goalscoring Hero ISL sides in the 2022-23 campaign, based on the chances needed per goal scored:
11. Jamshedpur FC – 9.9 chances Having created 209 chances, third most in the league, the Men of Steel have lacked precision in front of goal, having scored 21 goals, ranking tenth across all teams this season. The Aidy Boothroyd-led side haven’t found rhythm when it comes to their goalscoring attributes.
- Despite the flair of Rafael Crivellaro in the midfield and the link-up play of Daniel Chima Chukwu in the attacking third, the former Hero ISL League Shield winners have the lowest chance-to-goal conversion rate in the league at 10%.10.
- ATK Mohun Bagan – 9.3 chances It is indeed surprising to see the Hero ISL champions this low with respect to their efficiency in front of the goal.
While talisman Dimitri Petratos was firing across all cylinders for the Mariners with 12 goals and seven assists, the side were unable to conclude their chances with a goal output, leading to 28 goals across all 24 games, ranking eighth in the goalscoring charts.
With 260 chances this season, the Green and Maroons were second to only Mumbai City FC who created three more chances than them (263). Out of those 260 chances, they have only converted 10.8% of those opportunities. The over reliability on the duo of Dimitri Petratos and Hugo Boumous – who were at the forefront of chance creation as well as chance conversion (109 chances and 28 goal contributions combined) – led to inefficiency in front of the goal.9.
Kerala Blasters FC – 6.9 chances With 194 chances this season, one less than the previous one, there has not been much improvement in the chance creation aspect of the Blasters. Talisman Adrian Luna has continued to brew his creativity all over the pitch and remains the prime creator with 48 chances. =7. NorthEast United FC – 6.4 chances The Highlanders might not have scored plenty of goals this season but they certainly have made the most out of their chances creation. With 128 chances, the Guwahati-based side have managed to net 20 goals, thereby converting 15.6% of those opportunities.
- While there might have been influence in the gameplay of the team after managerial changes midway through the season, the side have been able to convert with their limited chances, requiring just 6.4 chances to score one goal. =7.
- Bengaluru FC – 6.4 chances The Blues had a divided season in terms of chance creation and conversion.
The first-half of the season saw the side creating chances aplenty but were unable to convert it. After several tweaks by head coach Simon Grayson, the side became a cohesive unit and were thriving with goals with key playmaker and goalscorer Javi Hernandez at the helm.
- Requiring 6.4 chances per goal, the Bengaluru-based side had a conversion rate of 15.7% which helped them give a massive boost in their run-up to the final involving a 10-game winning streak.6.
- Odisha FC – 6.3 chances Having scored 30 goals from 188 chances, the Juggernauts have not shied in front of the goal.
Golden Boot winner Diego Mauricio has been able to highly benefit from the chances created and has thrived on the interplay between Raynier Fernandes, Saul Crespo, Isaac Vanmalsawma, Victor Rodriguez, Nandakumar Sekar, and Jerry Mawihmingthanga. The Josep Gombau-led side converted 16% of their chances which has been a huge difference maker in their historic playoff finish this season in comparison to their 140 chances of last season.
- =4. Chennaiyin FC – 5.6 chances Under head coach Thomas Brdaric, Chennaiyin FC looked a completely different side, being able to breach opponents with their high tempo and attacking gameplay.
- The signings of Aakash Sangwan, Abdenasser El Khayati, Julius Duker, and Petar Sliskovic paid off as they were vital in creating chances for the side.
Having created 203 chances, the side were able to finish 17.7% of their chances. With 36 goals, the Marina Machans were the joint-second goalscoring team alongside Hyderabad FC and FC Goa. While they were able to find the back of the net regularly, the side’s recurring problems at the back posed a big obstacle in their pursuit of a playoff finish.
=4. East Bengal FC – 5.6 chances With limited opportunities, East Bengal FC have finished off the chances that have come their way. Ranking at the bottom of the league with 124 chances, the Stephen Constantine-led side were able to finish 17.7% of those opportunities, leading to 22 goals. Lining up with a 4-4-2 formation, the Red and Golds relied heavily on two players for chance creation and conversion – Naorem Mahesh Singh and Cleiton Silva.
Out of those 22 goals, 12 alone were scored by Silva while seven were assisted by Naorem. =2. Hyderabad FC – 5.5 chances The former Hero ISL champions have had a slight dip in chance creation and conversion as compared to last season. Requiring just 5.5 chances to score a goal, Hyderabad FC have been efficient in scoring goals despite the tweaks made by head coach Manolo Marquez, making the team more compact at the back.
Having created 200 chances this season, the lack of an outright playmaker led the team to create less chances this season. However, the side were able to net 36 goals from 200 chances, leading to a goal conversion rate of 18%. =2. FC Goa – 5.5 chances Creating 200 chances in 20 games, the Gaurs were always on the prowl for scoring goals.
However, their two main goal contributors – Noah Sadaoui (18 goal contributions) and Iker Guarrotxena (11 goal contributions) scored the majority of the goals and lacked additional support from the team in order to net more goals. Brandon Fernandes was the prime playmaker with 41 chances followed by Edu Bedia with 37.
Netting 36 goals in the process, the Carlos Pena-coached side had a chance-to-goal conversion rate of 17.7%. The Goan outfit have not enjoyed their best of campaigns after failing to make it to the playoffs for a second consecutive season but the efficiency of their attackers could provide some solace to their supporters 1.
Mumbai City FC – 4.7 chances It is no surprise to see Mumbai City FC topping the list after a record-shattering and breath-taking Hero ISL 2022-23 campaign. Arguably, the most outstanding side across the league, the Hero ISL Shield winners scored the highest number of goals this season (56).
The entire team was run as a well-oiled machine by head coach Des Buckingham. Four players – Greg Stewart, Jorge Diaz, Ahmed Jahouh, and Lallianzuala Chhangte created more than 30 chances, highest among any other team in the league. Chhangte and Bipin Singh have been menacing down the wings while Jorge Diaz has been multifaceted in the final third, coupled with Stewart’s attacking prowess.
With 263 chances, the Islanders were able to finish off 21.3% of those opportunities, more than any other team in the league. : Hero ISL 2022-23: Ranking all teams in terms of their efficiency in front of goal
What is the prize money for the winner of the Indian Super League?
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.
Which club never won ISL?
The team that has never won the Indian Super League (ISL) is Odisha FC. Which ISL team has never won a title? What is your view about Indian Super League and I-League?
Which club is rich in Indian Super League?
In the ninth season of the Indian Super League, ATK Mohun Bagan FC recorded a market value of 516 million Indian rupees, the highest in the 2022-2023 season. Kerala Blasters FC ranked second that year.
Who won Golden Boot in ISL 2023?
Odisha FC’s Diego Mauricio, with 12 goals, won the ISL 2022-23 Golden Boot award. (Football Sports Development Limited) Odisha FC’s Diego Mauricio won the Indian Super League (ISL) 2022-23 Golden Boot race after a tightly-fought three way race for the coveted award that stretched for over three months. Diego Mauricio scored 12 goals in 21 matches in ISL 2022-23 – the exact same number as ATK Mohun Bagan’s Australian forward Dimitri Petratos (12 goals in 23 matches) and East Bengal’s Brazilian striker Cleiton Silva (12 goals in 20 matches).
- Diego Mauricio, however, pipped both to the Golden Boot award as he had a better minutes-per-goal ratio than the other two.
- Brazil’s Diego Mauricio played 1536 minutes for his goals compared to Cleiton Silva’s 1778 and Dimitri Petratos’ 2091.
- The Golden Boot is presented to the league’s top goal-scorer.
As per the ISL rules, if more than two players are tied with the same number of goals, the one who has played lesser number of minutes wins the award.
How much is Premier League prize money?
All 20 clubs are set to bank at least nine-figures for fulfilling their fixtures as richest league in the world returns with £2.2m on offer for every position Manchester City pocketed £170m after winning the Premier League last season ( Image: Offside via Getty Images) Manchester City will kick off the defence of their Premier League title with a short trip to Burnley on Friday night looking to make it six titles in seven years – and bank an estimated £170m for their increased dominance of the domestic game.
- But in the richest league in the world every club will be cashing into the tune of about £120m for merely turning up and fulfilling their fixtures.
- In total about £2.5bn will be paid out to the 20 clubs – although the Premier League no longer makes the exact figures public.
- Every place in the table is worth £2.2m more than the spot below and broadcast income is divided almost equally with clubs shown live in the UK more often earning a slightly larger slice of the pie.
All 20 clubs receive an equal base payment from TV rights, which was worth more than £80m last season and will have grown even higher this time around following further growth in overseas rights. Last season’s biggest losers will have been Chelsea and Liverpool for falling out of the Champions League spots because participating in that competition can be worth up to an additional £100m the following season.
- Chelsea are set to lose out on a minimum £70m for finishing in 12th and missing out on the European riches, with Liverpool counting the £50m cost of reaching the Europa League and Tottenham set to miss out on a similar amount for their disappointing campaign.
- It is estimated that City made more than £250m for last season’s treble, although only £4m of that came from beating neighbours United in the FA Cup final.
Winning the Champions League final was worth about £95m – though £90m was guaranteed for reaching the showdown with Inter Milan. The Premier League also comes out on top compared to the rest of Europe’s big leagues – La Liga’s champions stand to make about £135m, the winners in Germany get roughly £90m and in Serie A the biggest prize was worth similar last year.
Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal finished second in the Premier League last season ( Image: Getty Images) 2022/23 Premier League prize money (estimated) 1 Manchester City £170m 2 Arsenal £167.8m 3 Manchester United £165.5m 4 Newcastle United £163.4m 5 Liverpool £161.2m 6 Brighton £159m 7 Aston Villa £156.8m 8 Tottenham Hotspur £154.6m 9 Brentford £152.4m 10 Fulham £150.2m 11 Crystal Palace £148m 12 Chelsea £145.8m 13 Wolves £143.6m 14 West Ham £141.4m 15 Bournemouth £139.2m 16 Nottingham Forest £137m 17 Everton £134.8m 18 Leicester £132.6m 19 Leeds £130.4m 20 Southampton £128.2m This article contains affiliate links, we will receive a commission on any sales we generate from it.
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Who is the only Indian to play UEFA?
Gurpreet Singh Sandhu – Wikipedia.
Who will qualify for AFC from ISL?
The qualifiers for the AFC competitions for Indian clubs will be held from April 4 to May 3. The first slot in the AFC Champions League group stage will be determined between the winners of the Indian Super League (ISL) Shield 2021-22 (Jamshedpur FC) and the winners of the same in the 2022-23 season (Mumbai City FC).
Can BFC qualify for playoffs?
Mumbai City FC and Hyderabad FC have qualified for the semi-finals while ATKMB, BFC, KBFC and OFC are in the playoffs. (ISL Media) The Indian Super League (ISL) 2022-23 season has reached its business end. Like every year, the ISL, India’s premier football league, started with the league stage, where every team plays the others twice in a double-legged round robin format.
However, unlike the previous seasons where the top four teams after the league stage directly made it to the semi-finals, ISL 2022-23 followed an entirely new format. The top two teams from the league stage automatically qualified for the semi-finals whereas the remaining two semi-final places will be decided through single-headed knockout matches between teams who finished between third and sixth places on the ISL 2022-23 points table after the league stage.
So, for the first time in ISL history, a total of six teams have progressed to the playoff stage rather than four.
How many winners have won the ISL Trophy?
Six teams have lifted the Indian Super League football trophy in nine seasons. Champions in 2022-23, ATK Mohun Bagan are the latest addition in the ISL winners list. (ISL Media) The ninth edition of the Indian Super League (ISL) concluded with ATK Mohun Bagan beating Bengaluru FC via penalty shootout in the final to clinch the ISL 2022-23 title. It was ATK Mohun Bagan’s first ISL title after the Kolkata team faltered at the final hurdle in its debut season back in 2020-21.
How many times Bengaluru FC won?
Bengaluru Football Club is an Indian professional football club based in Bengaluru, Karnataka, The club competes in the top league of Indian football, the Indian Super League, The club was established on 20 July 2013 and began their first competitive season in the I-League a few months later on 22 September 2013.