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Indian Super League (ISL) 2017 - Fixtures / News / Score updates/Points Table - nairrk - 07-23-2017

Teams of ISL

Atletico de Kolkata

Chennayin FC

Bengaluru FC

Mumbai city

Pune city

Delhi Dynamos

FC Goa

Northeast United

Above are the main teams that they are playing for the Indian Super league for three years.

Bengaluru FC and Jamshedpur team going to join the race from 2017-2018.

Locations and Stadiums

RE: Indian Super League (ISL) 2017 - Schedule/ News updates - nairrk - 07-23-2017

Full Schedule

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RE: Indian Super League (ISL) 2017 - Schedule/ News updates - nairrk - 07-23-2017

Players Draft: Anas, Eugenson, Subroto, Pritam Among Costliest Picks

Mumbai: Defender Anas Edathodika and midfielder Eugeneson Lyngdoh emerged as costliest picks for an identical Rs 1.1 crore by new outfit Jamshedpur FC and two-time champions ATK respectively in the Indian Super League domestic players draft on Sunday.

Other top picks in the first four rounds were goalkeeper Subrata Paul, who was picked by Jamshedpur for Rs 87 lakh and right-back Pritam Kotal, grabbed by Delhi Dynamos for Rs 75 lakh.

"He (Lyngdoh) was our no. 1 pick. He also scores goals and should be valuable," ATK coach Teddy Sheringham told reporters.

Asked what style ATK wanted to play, the coach quipped, "winning style."

Incidentally, the team's technical director Asheley Westwood was the coach of ISL debutants Bengaluru FC in the I-League with Lyngdoh in its ranks.

Steve Coppell, Jamshedpur FCs head coach, said: "Picking Indian players is a priority and we will try and match the skeleton of the team. A decision on choosing foreign players will be taken soon."

"We had a terrific and solid players in the pick. Now our job is to cement the team."

Mumbai City FC picked striker Balwant Singh (Rs 65 lakh) in the third round and goalie Arindam Bhattacharya (Rs 64 lakh) in the fourth round. Rino Anto went to Kerala Blasters for Rs 63 lakh.

Among other picks, FC Goa drafted in Pranoy Halder (Rs 58 lakh) and Narayan Das (Rs 58 lakh) while Chennaiyin FC bagged Thoi Singh (Rs 57 lakh) respectively.

A total of 24 players were drafted at the end of first four rounds.

ISL's founder chairperson, Nita Ambani, earlier announced that Hero MotoCorp has extended its title sponsorship of the League for another three years, amounting to INR 160 crore.

The 4th edition of the ISL is set to commence on November 17 and a total of 95 matches are to be played in four months, with two new teams increasing the size of the event.

Draft picks at a glance:

Jamshedpur FC: Anas Edathodika (Rs 1.1 crore), Subrata Paul (Rs 87 lakh), Mehtab Hussain (Rs 50 lakh0, Sauvik Chakraborthi (Rs 45 lakh), Robin Gurung (Rs 26 lakh), Bikash Jairu (Rs 55 lakh), Jerry Mawihmingthanga (Rs 15 lakh), Shouvik Ghosh (Rs 18 lakh), Sairuat Kima (Rs 8.4 lakh), Sanjiban Ghosh (Rs 8 lakh), Farukh Chaodhary (Rs 7.45 lakh), Sumeet Passi (Rs 15 lakh), Yumnaam Raju (Rs 12 lakh), Ashim Biswas (Rs 10 lakh), Siddharth Singh (Rs 6 lakh)

Delhi Dynamos FC: Albino Gomes (Rs 50 lakh)), Pritam Kotal (Rs 75 lakh), L Changate (Rs 15 lakh), Sena Ralte (Rs 27 lakh), Seityasen Singh (Rs 50 lakh), Pratik Chowdhury (Rs 30 lakh), Vinit Rai (Rs 12 lakh), Romeo Fernandes (Rs 50 lakh), David Ngaihte (Rs 12 lakh), Sukhdev Patil (Rs 10 lakh), Sajid Dhot
(Rs 10 lakh), Rowlinson Rodrigues (Rs 10 lakh), Munmun Lugun (Rs 10 lakh), Arnab Das Sharma (Rs 12 lakh), Simranjeet Singh (Rs 8 lakh).

FC Pune City: Adil Khan (Rs 32 lakh), Keen Louis (Rs 40 lakh), Lalchung Moya (Rs 45 lakh), Jewel Raja (Rs 26 lakh), Nim Dorjee Tamang (Rs 15 lakh), Isaac Vanmalsawma (Rs 15 lakh), Harpreet Singh (Rs 6 lakh), Wayne Vaz (Rs 8 lakh), Kamaljit Singh (Rs 8 lakh), Baljit Sahani (Rs 37 lakh), Rohit Kumar (Rs 8 lakh), Ajay Singh (Rs 8 lakh), Gurtej Singh (Rs 12 lakh), Pawan Kumar (Rs 12 lakh).

Kerala Blasters: Rino Anto (63 lakh), Lalruatthara (25 lakh), Milan Singh (Rs 45 lakh), Arata Izumi (Rs 40 lakh), Subashish Roy Chowdhury (Rs 37 lakh), Jackichand Singh (Rs 55 lakh), Siam Hanghal (Rs 31 lakh), Lalthakima (Rs 10 lakh), Pritam Kumar (Rs 12.5 lakh), Samuel Shadap (Rs 10 lakh), Loken Meitei (Rs 6 lakh), Karan Sawhney (Rs 8 lakh), Ajith Sivan (Rs 6 lakh).

North East United: Hali Charan Narzary (Rs 45 lakh), Nirmal Chhetri (35 lakh), Lalrindika Ralte (Rs 50 lakh), Robert Lalthlamuana (Rs 25 lakh), Seminlen Doungel (Rs 37.5 lakh), Reagan Singh (Rs 25 lakh), Ravi Kumar (Rs 17 lakh), Gursimrat Gil (Rs 6 lakh), Malennmgamba Meitai (Rs 16 lakh), Abdul Hakku (Rs 12 lakh), Lalrempuia Fanai (Rs 8lakh), Gurpreet Singh (Rs 7 lakh), Sushil Maitei (Rs 6 lakh).

FC Goa: Narayan Das (Rs 58 lakh), Pranoy Halder (58 lakh), Chinglensana Singh (Rs 19 lakh), Brandon Fernandes (Rs 27.5 lakh), Seriton Fernandes (Rs 10 lakh), Pratesh Shirodkar (Rs 24 lakh), Naveen Kumar (Rs 6 lakh), Mohamed Ali (Rs 12 lakh), Jovel Martins (Rs 7.5 lakh), Ameya Ranawade (Rs 6 lakh), Anthony D'souza (Rs 16 lakh), Mohd Yasir (Rs 5 lakh), Bruno Colaco (Rs 10 lakh).

ATK: E Lyngdoh (Rs 1.1 crore), Jayesh Rane (49 lakh), Keegan Pereira (Rs 28 lakh), Shankar Sampangiraj (Rs 25 lakh), Anwar Ali (Rs 35 lakh), Hitesh Sharma (Rs 10 lakh), Robin Singh (Rs 65 lakh), Rupert Nongrum (Rs 12.5 lakh), Ashutosh Mehta (Rs 45 lakh), Augustin Fernandes (Rs 30 lakh), Ronaldn Singh (Rs 10 lakh), Kunzang Bhutia (Rs 10 lakh), Bipin Singh (Rs 12 lakh).

Bengaluru FC: L Ralte (Rs 37 lakh), Rahul Beke (Rs 43 lakh), Harmanjot Khabra (Rs 53 lakh), Subashish Bose (Rs 17 lakh), Alwyn George (Rs 35 lakh), Lenny Rodrigues (Rs 60 lakh), Zohmingliana Ralte (Rs 25 lakh), T Haokip (Rs 30 lakh), Abhra Mondal (Rs 10 lakh), Boithang Haokip (Rs 20 lakh),
Collin Abranches (Rs 13 lakh), Joyner Lourenco (Rs 7 lakh), Calvin Abhishek (Rs 4 lakh)

Chennaiyin FC: Thoi Singh (Rs 57 lakh), Bikramjit Singh (Rs 53 lakh), Dhanachandana Singh (Rs 50 lakh), Germanpreet Singh (Rs 12 lakh), F Cardozo (Rs 30 lakh), Pawan Kumar (Rs 25 lakh), Keenan Almeida (Rs 20 lakh), Mohammed Rafi (Rs 30 lakh), Dhanapal Ganesh (Rs 44 lakh), Sanjay Balmuchu (Rs 8 lakh), Fransisco Fernandes (Rs 20 lakh), Shahin Lal Meloli (Rs 8 lakh).

Mumbai City FC: Balwant Singh (Rs 65 lakh), Arindam Bhattacharya (Rs 64lakh), Raju Gaikwad (Rs 47 lakh), Abhinas Ruidas (Rs 18 lakh), Sahil Tavora (Rs 6 lakh), Aiborlong Khongjee (Rs 35 lakh), Sanju Pradhan (Rs 30 lakh), Zakeer Mundampara (Rs 18 lakh), Biswajit Saha (Rs 6 lakh), Pranjal Bhumij (Rs 6 lakh), Mehrajuddin Wadoo (Rs 43 lakh), Kunal Sawant (Rs 15 lakh), L Kimkima (Rs 20 lakh).


RE: Indian Super League (ISL) 2017 - Schedule/ News updates - nairrk - 07-24-2017

Indian player salary see 103 percent surge in three years

Mumbai: The ISL 2017 witnessed a spike of over 103 percent in domestic players' salary as compared to the inaugural year, as the 10 clubs together spent Rs 48.85 crore on Sunday to secure signatures of 156 players in the player draft here.

The Indian Super League 2014 player draft, the first ever draft held in India, saw Rs 24 crore being spent by eight clubs.

Anas Edathodika and Eugeneson Lyngdoh, each pegged at Rs 1.10 crore were the flavour of the day, predictably being picked immediately at the opening of the draft. New entrant Jamshedpur FC didn't waste a minute to announce Anas as their first ever player on their roster while ATK secured Eugeneson at the first given opportunity.

The fourth season of Hero Indian Super League, which will kick off on November 17, will feature 25 of the 29 Indian national team players including stars like Sunil Chhettri, Jeje, Eugeneson, Jackichand, Sandesh, Pritam, Subrata Paul and Jayesh donning colours of their respective teams over an extended five-month league.

Coming into the Indian player draft, 10 clubs together had spent Rs 11.51 crore in retaining a total of 22 players ahead of the July 7 deadline.

The clubs looked at completing the Indian player quota of minimum 15 and maximum 18 players, including two U-21 development players.

By the end of day, 134 best and most promising players got drafted across clubs with a combined salary of Rs 37.33 crore.

Two-time finalist Kerala Blasters FC gave a big thumbs up to the emerging talents coming up through the ranks at college competitions, as the Sachin Tendulkar co-owned team picked up Ajith Sivan - a Nirmala College, Kochi student who was scouted through the inaugural Reliance Foundation Youth Sports campus National football championship.

At the end of the day, Bengaluru FC emerged as the most invested club on Indian players with a spending of Rs 6.01 crore on 17 players, followed by Kerala Blasters FC (Rs 5.93 crore).

With Indian players coming on board, the clubs will now look at forming the combinations with foreign players signings.

Each club is allowed to sign minimum seven and maximum eight international players for the season.


RE: Indian Super League (ISL) 2017 - Schedule/ News updates - nairrk - 09-23-2017

Final Fixture List:

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RE: Indian Super League (ISL) 2017 - Schedule/ News updates - nairrk - 11-03-2017

Kolkata to Host Final, Inaugural Game Shifted to Kochi

New Delhi: The final of the fourth edition of Indian Super League (ISL) will be held in Kolkata while the inaugural game has been shifted to Kochi. The franchise-based league kicks off on November 17.

Football Sports Development Limited (FSDL) has announced hosting the Indian Super League 2017-18 final in Kolkata.

As a result, the season opening game that was scheduled to earlier scheduled to be organised in Kolkata, has been moved to Kochi. The decision to shift the final has been taken post the
grand success of Kolkata in hosting the FIFA U-17 World Cup final recently.

"ISL started its journey from Kolkata in October 2014 with a glamorous ceremony, the city of Kolkata for the first time will play host to the Hero ISL grand finale on Saturday, 17th March 2018," the ISL said in a statement.

The reverse game between Kerala Blasters FC vs ATK, earlier scheduled in Kochi, will now be played in Kolkata on February 9 next year.

All other fixtures remain unchanged. ATK are the reigning champions, having beaten hosts Kerala Blasters FC in the final of the last edition in Kochi.


RE: Indian Super League (ISL) 2017 - Fixtures / News / Score updates/Points Table - nairrk - 11-17-2017

Today's Match:

Match No.1:

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RE: Indian Super League (ISL) 2017 - Fixtures / News / Score updates/Points Table - nairrk - 11-18-2017

Match 1: Kerala Blasters Vs ATK - Drawn (0-0)


Today's Match:

Match 2:

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RE: Indian Super League (ISL) 2017 - Fixtures / News / Score updates/Points Table - nairrk - 11-19-2017

Match 2: Jamshedpur FC Vs NorthEast United FC -  Match drawn (0-0)


Today's matches:

Match No.3:

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Match No.4:

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RE: Indian Super League (ISL) 2017 - Fixtures / News / Score updates/Points Table - nairrk - 11-20-2017

Results of matches played on 19th Nov,:

Match No.3: Chennaiyin FC Vs FC Goa

FC Goa beat Chennaiyin FC 3-2


Match No.4: Bengaluru FC Vs Mumbai City FC

Bengaluru FC beat Mumbai City FC 2-0