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Indian Super League
2020–21 Indian Super League poster.png
League poster
Season2020–21
Dates20 November 2020 – March 2021
Matches played8
Goals scored17 (2.13 per match)
Top goalscorerIgor Angulo
Roy Krishna
(2 each)
Biggest home winNortheast United 1–0 Mumbai City
(21 November 2020)
Biggest away winEast Bengal 0–2 ATK Mohun Bagan
(27 November 2020)
Highest scoringGoa 2–2 Bengaluru
(22 November 2020)
Kerala Blasters 2–2 Northeast United
(26 November 2020)
Longest winning runATK Mohun Bagan
(2 games)
Longest unbeaten runATK Mohun Bagan, Northeast United
(2 games)
Longest winless runGoa, Kerala Blasters
(2 games)
Longest losing runKerala Blasters, Mumbai City, Odisha, Jamshedpur, Goa, East Bengal
(1 game)
Total attendanceN/A
All statistics correct as of 27 November 2020.

The 2020–21 Indian Super League season will be the seventh season of the Indian Super League (ISL), one of the top professional football league in India. The season is expected to run from November 2020 to March 2021 and will be hosted behind-closed-doors across three venues in Goa due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic in India.

ATK were the defending champions, having defeated Chennaiyin in the 2020 ISL final. However, in July 2020, the club was merged with I-League club Mohun Bagan to form ATK Mohun Bagan. Goa are the defending winners of League Winners Shield.[1]

Changes from last season

  • Each club have the option of signing a minimum of five and a maximum of seven foreign players, but unlike the previous season, there should be at least one overseas player who hails from an AFC–affiliated country.[2]
  • The maximum squad size is increased as the clubs are allowed to register up to 35 players in their squad.[3]
  • The number of substitutions allowed has been increased from 3 players to 5 players.[4]
  • Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all matches during the 2020–21 season will be played behind-closed-doors across three venues in Goa.[5] The venues will be the Fatorda Stadium in Margao, the GMC Athletic Stadium in Bambolim, and the Tilak Maidan Stadium in Vasco da Gama.[6] The host venues for each team were revealed on 18 August 2020.[7]
  • On 27 September 2020, East Bengal joined the league as an expansion team and thus became the 11th team in the league.[8]

Teams

Stadiums and locations

Team Location Host Venue Capacity
ATK Mohun Bagan Kolkata, West Bengal Fatorda Stadium[7] 18,600
Bengaluru Bangalore, Karnataka
Goa Margao, Goa
Chennaiyin Chennai, Tamil Nadu GMC Athletic Stadium[7] 30,000
Kerala Blasters Kochi, Kerala
Mumbai City Mumbai, Maharashtra
Odisha Bhubaneswar, Odisha
East Bengal Kolkata, West Bengal Tilak Maidan Stadium[7][9] 5,000
Hyderabad Hyderabad, Telangana
Jamshedpur Jamshedpur, Jharkhand
NorthEast United Guwahati, Assam



Locations of the stadiums in Goa

Personnel and sponsorship

Team Head coach Captain Kit Manufacturer Shirt Sponsor(s)
ATK Mohun Bagan Spain Antonio López Habas[10] Fiji Roy Krishna Nivia[11][12] SBOTOP,[13] SRMB Steel,[14][15] MP Birla Cement,[16] TV9 Bangla[17]
Bengaluru Spain Carles Cuadrat[18] India Sunil Chhetri Puma[19] JSW,[20] DafaNews[21]
Chennaiyin Hungary Csaba László[22] Brazil Rafael Crivellaro Apollo Tyres,[23] DafaNews[24]
East Bengal England Robbie Fowler[25] Scotland Danny Fox[26] TYKA[27][28] Shree Cement[29] Top Tech TMT,[30] TV9 Bangla[31][17]
Goa Spain Juan Ferrando[32] Spain Edu Bedia SIX5SIX[33] Kingfisher,[34] INDINEWS[35]
Hyderabad Spain Manuel Roca[36] India Adil Khan Polyhose[37][38]
Jamshedpur Scotland Owen Coyle[39] England Peter Hartley Nivia[40] Tata Steel[41]
Kerala Blasters Spain Kibu Vicuña[42] Zimbabwe Costa Nhamoinesu Reyaur Sports[43] BYJU'S[44]
Mumbai City Spain Sergio Lobera[45] India Amrinder Singh Puma[46] DafaNews, Etihad Airways[47]
NorthEast United Spain Gerard Nus[48] Uruguay Federico Gallego N/A JA Entertainment,[49] Parimatch News[50]
Odisha Scotland Stuart Baxter[51] England Steven Taylor T10 Sports[52]

Head coaching changes

Team Outgoing coach Manner of departure Date of vacancy Ref. Position in table Incoming coach Date of appointment Ref.
Kerala Blasters Netherlands Eelco Schattorie Sacked 22 April 2020 [53] Pre-season Spain Kibu Vicuña 23 April 2020 [42]
Goa India Clifford Miranda End of interim period 30 April 2020 [54] Spain Juan Ferrando 30 April 2020 [32]
Hyderabad Spain Xavier Gurri López 1 June 2020 [55] Spain Albert Roca 1 June 2020 [56]
Odisha Spain Josep Gombau Mutual consent 18 March 2020 [57] Scotland Stuart Baxter 19 June 2020 [51]
Jamshedpur Spain Antonio Iriondo End of contract 31 May 2020 [58] Scotland Owen Coyle 7 August 2020 [39]
NorthEast United India Khalid Jamil End of interim period 25 August 2020 [59] Spain Gerard Nus 25 August 2020 [48]
Chennaiyin Scotland Owen Coyle End of contract 14 March 2020 [60] Hungary Csaba László 30 August 2020 [22]
Hyderabad Spain Albert Roca Mutual consent 29 August 2020 [56] Spain Manuel Roca 31 August 2020 [36]
Mumbai City Portugal Jorge Costa Sacked 5 March 2020 [61] Spain Sergio Lobera 12 October 2020 [45]

Roster changes

Foreign players

Club Player 1 Player 2 Player 3 Player 4 Player 5 Player 6 AFC Player Ref.
ATK Mohun Bagan Australia Brad Inman Fiji Roy Krishna Republic of Ireland Carl McHugh Spain Edu García Spain Javi Hernández Spain Tiri Australia David Williams [62]
Bengaluru Brazil Cleiton Silva Jamaica Deshorn Brown Norway Kristian Opseth Spain Dimas Delgado Spain Fran González Spain Juanan Australia Erik Paartalu [63]
Chennaiyin Bosnia and Herzegovina Enes Sipović Brazil Eli Sabiá Brazil Memo Brazil Rafael Crivellaro Guinea-Bissau Esmaël Gonçalves Slovakia Jakub Sylvestr Tajikistan Fatkhullo Fatkhuloev [64]
East Bengal Democratic Republic of the Congo Jacques Maghoma Germany Matti Steinmann Republic of Ireland Anthony Pilkington Scotland Danny Fox Wales Aaron Holloway Australia Scott Neville [65]
Goa Spain Alberto Noguera Spain Edu Bedia Spain Igor Angulo Spain Iván González Spain Jorge Ortiz Australia James Donachie [66]
Hyderabad Brazil João Victor Spain Aridane Santana Spain Fran Sandaza Spain Lluís Sastre Spain Odei Onaindia Australia Joel Chianese [67]
Jamshedpur Brazil Alex Monteiro England Peter Hartley Lithuania Nerijus Valskis Nigeria Stephen Eze Spain Aitor Monroy Spain David Grande Australia Nick Fitzgerald [68]
Kerala Blasters Argentina Facundo Pereyra Burkina Faso Bakary Koné England Gary Hooper Spain Sergio Cidoncha Spain Vicente Gómez Zimbabwe Costa Nhamoinesu Australia Jordan Murray [69]
Mumbai City England Adam Le Fondre Morocco Ahmed Jahouh Morocco Hugo Boumous Nigeria Bartholomew Ogbeche Senegal Mourtada Fall Spain Hernán Santana Japan Cy Goddard [70]
NorthEast United Belgium Benjamin Lambot Ghana Kwesi Appiah Guinea Idrissa Sylla Mauritania Khassa Camara Portugal Luís Machado Uruguay Federico Gallego Australia Dylan Fox [71]
Odisha Brazil Diego Maurício Brazil Marcelinho England Steven Taylor South Africa Cole Alexander Spain Manuel Onwu Australia Jacob Tratt [72]

Regular season

League table

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 ATK Mohun Bagan 2 2 0 0 3 0 +3 6 Qualification for 2022 AFC Champions League and ISL playoffs
2 NorthEast United 2 1 1 0 3 2 +1 4 Advance to ISL playoffs
3 Chennaiyin 1 1 0 0 2 1 +1 3
4 Hyderabad 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 3
5 Mumbai City 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 3
6 Bengaluru 1 0 1 0 2 2 0 1
7 Goa 2 0 1 1 2 3 −1 1
8 Kerala Blasters 2 0 1 1 2 3 −1 1
9 Jamshedpur 1 0 0 1 1 2 −1 0
10 Odisha 1 0 0 1 0 1 −1 0
11 East Bengal 1 0 0 1 0 2 −2 0
Updated to match(es) played on 27 November 2020. Source: Indian Super League
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) head-to-head points; 3) head-to-head goal difference; 4) head-to-head goals scored; 5) goal difference; 5) number of goals scored; 6) fair play ranking; 6) drawing of lots


Results

Home \ Away AMB BEN CHE EAB GOA HYD JAM KER MCI NEU OFC
ATK Mohun Bagan [a]
Bengaluru
Chennaiyin
East Bengal 0–2[b]
Goa 2–2 0–1
Hyderabad
Jamshedpur 1–2
Kerala Blasters 0–1 2–2
Mumbai City
NorthEast United 1–0
Odisha 0–1
Updated to match(es) played on 23 November 2020. Source: Indian Super League
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Season statistics

As of 26 November 2020

Scoring


Top assists

Rank Player Club Assists
1 Guinea-Bissau Esmael Goncalves Chennaiyin 1
India Jackichand Singh Jamshedpur
Australia Erik Paartalu Bengaluru
India Alexander Jesuraj Goa
Spain Alberto Noguera Goa
Source:[74]

Cleansheets

Rank Player Club Clean
sheets
1 India Arindam Bhattacharya ATK Mohun Bagan 1
India Subhasish Chowdhury NorthEast United
India Subrata Paul Hyderabad
India Amrinder Singh Mumbai City
Source:[75]

Discipline

Player

Club

  • Most yellow cards: 7[78]
    • Goa
  • Most red cards: 1[79]
    • Mumbai City
    • Goa

Awards

Hero of the Match

Match Hero of the Match Match Hero of the Match Match Hero of the Match
Player Club Player Club Player Club
Match 1 Fiji Roy Krishna ATK Mohun Bagan Match 40 Match 78
Match 2 Mauritania Khassa Camara NorthEast United Match 41 Match 79
Match 3 Spain Igor Angulo Goa Match 42 Match 80
Match 4 Spain Aridane Santana Hyderabad Match 43 Match 81
Match 5 India Anirudh Thapa Chennaiyin Match 44 Match 82
Match 6 England Adam le Fondre Mumbai City Match 45 Match 83
Match 7 Australia Dylan Fox NorthEast United Match 46 Match 84
Match 8 Republic of Ireland Carl McHugh ATK Mohun Bagan Match 47 Match 85
Match 9 Match 48 Match 86
Match 10 Match 49 Match 87
Match 11 Match 50 Match 88
Match 12 Match 51 Match 89
Match 13 Match 52 Match 90
Match 14 Match 53 Match 91
Match 15 Match 54 Match 92
Match 16 Match 55 Match 93
Match 17 Match 56 Match 94
Match 18 Match 57 Match 95
Match 19 Match 58 Match 96
Match 20 Match 59 Match 97
Match 21 Match 60 Match 98
Match 22 Match 61 Match 99
Match 23 Match 62 Match 100
Match 24 Match 63 Match 101
Match 25 Match 64 Match 102
Match 26 Match 65 Match 103
Match 27 Match 66 Match 104
Match 28 Match 67 Match 105
Match 29 Match 68 Match 106
Match 30 Match 69 Match 107
Match 31 Match 70 Match 108
Match 32 Match 71 Match 109
Match 33 Match 72 Match 110
Match 34 Match 73 Match 111 (SF)
Match 35 Match 74 Match 112 (SF)
Match 36 Match 75 Match 113 (SF)
Match 37 Match 76 Match 114 (SF)
Match 38 Match 77 Match 115 (F)
Match 39 Source:[80]

See also

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