|2012 AFC Cup||
|Goals scored||489 (2.69 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Ranty Martins|
|Biggest home win||Dempo 14–0 Air India|
|Biggest away win||Mumbai 1–5 Churchill Bros.|
|Highest scoring||Dempo 14–0 Air India|
The 2010–11 I-League is the fourth season of the I-League, the highest football league competition in India. It ran from 3 December 2010 to May 2011. Dempo are the defending champions. On May 30, 2011 Salgaocar SC won the title by beating JCT FC 2–0 in the final match of the season.
Sporting Clube de Goa and Shillong Lajong FC were relegated at the end of the 2009–10 season after finishing in the bottom two places of the table. They were replaced by 2010 Second Division champions ONGC FC and runners-up HAL SC.
In other team changes, Mahindra United were disbanded at the end of the 2009–10 season to concentrate on youth football. They were replaced by Indian Arrows, a newly founded team under the auspices of the AIFF.
|Air-India||Mumbai||Cooperage Ground, Mumbai||12,000|
|Chirag United||Kolkata||Salt Lake Stadium, Kolkata||120,000|
|Churchill Brothers||Margao, Goa||Fatorda Stadium, Margao||35,000|
|Dempo||Panjim||Fatorda Stadium, Margao||35,000|
|East Bengal||Kolkata||Salt Lake Stadium, Kolkata||120,000|
|HAL||Bangalore||Bangalore Stadium, Bangalore||15,000|
|Indian Arrows||New Delhi||Ambedkar Stadium, New Delhi||15,000|
|JCT||Phagwara||Guru Nanak Dev Stadium, Ludhiana||12,000|
|Mohun Bagan||Kolkata||Salt Lake Stadium, Kolkata||120,000|
|Mumbai FC||Mumbai||Cooperage Ground, Mumbai||12,000|
|ONGC||Mumbai||Rajarshi Shahu Stadium, Kolhapur||12,000|
|Pune FC||Pune||Shree Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex, Pune||20,000|
|Salgaocar||Vasco||Fatorda Stadium, Margao||35,000|
|Viva Kerala||Kozhikode||EMS Stadium||60,000|
|Team||Outgoing head coach||Manner of departure||Date of vacancy||Table||Incoming head coach||Date of appointment|
|Churchill Brothers||Carlos Roberto Pereira||Resigned||End of Previous Season||pre-season||Vincent Subramaniam ||July 2|
|East Bengal||Philippe De Ridder||Resigned||End of Previous Season||pre-season||Trevor Morgan||July 16|
|Mohun Bagan||Biswajit Bhattacharjee||Resigned||End of Previous Season||pre-season||Stanley Rozario||June 4|
|Mohun Bagan||Stanley Rozario||Resigned||Dec. 13||12||Subhash Bhowmick||Dec. 14|
|Churchill Brothers||Vincent Subramaniam||Resigned||March 5||3rd||Drago Mamić ||March 14|
||Qualification or relegation|
|1||Salgaocar (C)||26||18||2||6||58||27||+31||56||2012 AFC Cup Group stage|
|2||East Bengal||26||15||6||5||44||21||+23||51||2012 AFC Cup Group stage 1|
|13||JCT||26||6||6||14||17||35||−18||24||Relegation to 2012 I-League 2nd Division|
Updated to games played on 1 June 2011.
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored
1. Since Salgaocar SC also won the 2011 Indian Federation Cup, East Bengal qualified for the 2012 AFC Cup as 2010–11 I-League runners-up.
(C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated; (P) = Promoted; (E) = Eliminated; (O) = Play-off winner; (A) = Advances to a further round.
Only applicable when the season is not finished:
(Q) = Qualified to the phase of tournament indicated; (TQ) = Qualified to tournament, but not yet to the particular phase indicated; (RQ) = Qualified to the relegation tournament indicated; (DQ) = Disqualified from tournament.
|Home \ Away||AI||CHI||CB||DEM||EB||HAL||IAR||JCT||MB||MUM||ONGC||PFC||SFC||VK|
Updated on 10 April 2015.
|2||Odafe Onyeka Okolie||Churchill Brothers|
|Tolgay Özbey||East Bengal|
|7||Jeje Lalpekhlua||Indian Arrows|
|9||Kayne Vincent||Churchill Brothers|
|10||Okorogor Praise||Air India|
|12||Muritala Ali||Mohun Bagan|
|Anil Kumar||Chirag United Kerala|
|Odafe Onyeka Okolie||Churchill Brothers||Mumbai||5–1||2010-12-18|
|Odafe Onyeka Okolie||Churchill Brothers||Pailan Arrows||6–0||2011-1-3|
|Anil Kumar||Chirag United Kerala||Air India||7–1||2011-2-20|
|Jeje Lalpekhlua||Pailan Arrows||Air India||2–5||2011-3-13|
|Tolgay Özbey||East Bengal||Air India||3–0||2011-4-4|
|Jeje Lalpekhlua||Pailan Arrows||Mohun Bagan||5–4||2011-5-29|
|Muritala Ali||Mohun Bagan||Pailan Arrows||4–5||2011-5-29|
|Ranty Martins||Dempo||Air India||14-0||2011-5-30|
- Mandjou Keita was the first Hat-trick scored by a Pune player in I-League for their franchise.
- Jeje Lalpekhlua was the first Hat-trick for Pailan Arrows team in I-League.
- Tolgay Özbey was the first Australian to score a Hat-trick in I-League.
- Ranty Martins Soleye is the first ever I-League player to score two hat-tricks in one game.
- Most games failed to score in:
- Most goals scored in a match by a single team:Dempo 14–0
- Highest scoring game:Dempo 14–0 Air India
- Widest winning margin:Dempo 14–0 Air India
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