After completing three seasons successfully, India’s domestic soccer league is all set to entertain the football lovers with its new edition. The football tournament is not only popular in India but also in the foreign countries. As the teams and squads participated in this league have the overseas players, foreign audiences also eagerly watch this tournament in their countries. Every year, this domestic football league is held in the fourth quarter of the year. But, the organizers have made drastic changes in the entire schedule of upcoming season of ISL.
Reason behind the big change in the full fixtures is none other than the participation of two new teams – Jamshedpur FC and Bengaluru City FC. As the involvement of these two teams brought increase in the number of matches to be played during the entire season, organizers had to update their previous schedule by including the games to be played by these new FCs. After a long lasting ISL auction, some foreign players were still being signed in by the teams before the deadline. Final date of signing in new footballers was 12th September 2017.
Official announcement of Indian Super League full schedule came out in the month of September 2017. The full fixtures of Hero ISL 4 comprises of 95 matches. The fourth edition of Hero ISL is going to last for about five months. Starting with Atletico de Kolkata taking on Kerala Blasters in the opening match on 17th November 2017, the 4th season of Hero Indian Super League is expected to end in the month of March next year. However, the dates, venues and fixtures of the semi final matches and final game is yet to be confirmed.
ISL 2017-18 Fixtures
|17 November 2017||ATK vs Kerala Blasters||8 P.M.|
|18 November 2017||NorthEast United vs Jamshedpur||8 P.M.|
|19 November 2017||Chennaiyin vs Goa||5.30 P.M.|
|19 November 2017||Bengaluru vs Mumbai City||8 P.M.|
|22 November 2017||Pune City vs Delhi Dynamos||8 P.M.|
|23 November 2017||Chennaiyin vs NorthEast United||8 P.M.|
|24 November 2017||Kerala Blasters vs Jamshedpur||8 P.M.|
|25 November 2017||Mumbai City vs Goa||8 P.M.|
|26 November 2017||ATK vs Pune City||5.30 P.M.|
|26 November 2017||Bengaluru vs Delhi Dynamos||8 P.M.|
|29 November 2017||Pune City vs Mumbai City||8 P.M.|
|30 November 2017||Goa vs Bengaluru||8 P.M.|
|1 December 2017||Jamshedpur vs ATK||8 P.M.|
|2 December 2017||Delhi Dynamos vs NorthEast United||8 P.M.|
|3 December 2017||Pune City vs Chennaiyin||5.30 P.M.|
|3 December 2017||Kerala Blasters vs Mumbai City||8 P.M.|
|6 December 2017||Delhi Dynamos vs Jamshedpur||8 P.M.|
|7 December 2017||Chennaiyin vs ATK||8 P.M.|
|8 December 2017||NorthEast United vs Bengaluru||8 P.M.|
|9 December 2017||Goa vs Kerala Blasters||8 P.M.|
|10 December 2017||Jamshedpur vs Pune City||5.30 P.M.|
|10 December 2017||Mumbai City vs Chennaiyin||8 P.M.|
|14 December 2017||Pune City vs Bengaluru||8 P.M.|
|15 December 2017||Kerala Blasters vs NorthEast United||8 P.M.|
|16 December 2017||Delhi Dynamos vs Goa||8 P.M.|
|17 December 2017||Bengaluru vs Chennaiyin||5.30 P.M.|
|17 December 2017||Mumbai City vs ATK||8 P.M.|
|20 December 2017||NorthEast United vs Mumbai City||8 P.M.|
|21 December 2017||Bengaluru vs Jamshedpur||8 P.M.|
|22 December 2017||Chennaiyin vs Kerala Blasters||8 P.M.|
|23 December 2017||Goa vs Pune City||5.30 P.M.|
|23 December 2017||ATK vs Delhi Dynamos||8 P.M.|
|28 December 2017||Jamshedpur vs Chennaiyin||8 P.M.|
|29 December 2017||Mumbai City vs Delhi Dynamos||8 P.M.|
|30 December 2017||Pune City vs NorthEast United||8 P.M.|
|31 December 2017||Kerala Blasters vs Bengaluru||5.30 P.M.|
|31 December 2017||ATK vs Goa||8 P.M.|
|4 January 2018||Kerala Blasters vs Pune City||8 P.M.|
|5 January 2018||Jamshedpur vs Mumbai City||8 P.M.|
|6 January 2018||NorthEast United vs Goa||8 P.M.|
|7 January 2018||Bengaluru vs ATK||5.30 P.M.|
|7 January 2018||Chennaiyin vs Delhi Dynamos||8 P.M.|
|10 January 2018||Delhi Dynamos vs Kerala Blasters||8 P.M.|
|11 January 2018||Goa vs Jamshedpur||8 P.M.|
|12 January 2018||NorthEast United vs ATK||8 P.M.|
|13 January 2018||Chennaiyin vs Pune City||8 P.M.|
|14 January 2018||Mumbai City vs Kerala Blasters||5.30 P.M.|
|14 January 2018||Delhi Dynamos vs Bengaluru||8 P.M.|
|17 January 2018||Jamshedpur vs Kerala Blasters||8 P.M.|
|18 January 2018||Mumbai City vs Bengaluru||8 P.M.|
|19 January 2018||NorthEast United vs Chennaiyin||8 P.M.|
|20 January 2018||Pune City vs ATK||8 P.M.|
|21 January 2018||Jamshedpur vs Delhi Dynamos||5.30 P.M.|
|21 January 2018||Kerala Blasters vs Goa||8 P.M.|
|24 January 2018||Pune City vs Jamshedpur||8 P.M.|
|25 January 2018||ATK vs Chennaiyin||8 P.M.|
|26 January 2018||Bengaluru vs NorthEast United||8 P.M.|
|27 January 2018||Kerala Blasters vs Delhi Dynamos||8 P.M.|
|28 January 2018||Goa vs Mumbai City||5.30 P.M.|
|28 January 2018||ATK vs Jamshedpur||8 P.M.|
|31 January 2018||Chennaiyin vs Bengaluru||8 P.M.|
|1 February 2018||Mumbai City vs Jamshedpur||8 P.M.|
|2 February 2018||Pune City vs Kerala Blasters||8 P.M.|
|3 February 2018||ATK vs Bengaluru||8 P.M.|
|4 February 2018||Delhi Dynamos vs Mumbai City||5.30 P.M.|
|4 February 2018||Goa vs NorthEast United||8 P.M.|
|7 February 2018||NorthEast United vs Pune City||8 P.M.|
|8 February 2018||Bengaluru vs Goa||8 P.M.|
|9 February 2018||Kerala Blasters vs ATK||8 P.M.|
|10 February 2018||Jamshedpur vs NorthEast United||8 P.M.|
|11 February 2018||Mumbai City vs Pune City||5.30 P.M.|
|11 February 2018||Delhi Dynamos vs Chennaiyin||8 P.M.|
|14 February 2018||NorthEast United vs Delhi Dynamos||8 P.M.|
|15 February 2018||Goa vs Chennaiyin||8 P.M.|
|16 February 2018||Bengaluru vs Pune City||8 P.M.|
|17 February 2018||NorthEast United vs Kerala Blasters||8 P.M.|
|18 February 2018||ATK vs Mumbai City||5.30 P.M.|
|18 February 2018||Chennaiyin vs Jamshedpur||8 P.M.|
|21 February 2018||Goa vs Delhi Dynamos||8 P.M.|
|22 February 2018||Mumbai City vs NorthEast United||8 P.M.|
|23 February 2018||Kerala Blasters vs Chennaiyin||8 P.M.|
|24 February 2018||Delhi Dynamos vs ATK||8 P.M.|
|25 February 2018||Pune City vs Goa||5.30 P.M.|
|25 February 2018||Jamshedpur vs Bengaluru||8 P.M.|
|28 February 2018||Goa vs ATK||8 P.M.|
|1 March 2018||Bengaluru vs Kerala Blasters||8 P.M.|
|2 March 2018||Delhi Dynamos vs Pune City||8 P.M.|
|3 March 2018||Chennaiyin vs Mumbai City||8 P.M.|
|4 March 2018||Jamshedpur vs Goa||5.30 P.M.|
|4 March 2018||ATK vs NorthEast United||8 P.M.|
|TBC||TBD vs TBD (S/F1 Leg 1)||TBC|
|TBC||TBD vs TBD (S/F2 Leg 1)||TBC|
|TBC||TBD vs TBD (S/F1 Leg 2)||TBC|
|TBC||TBD vs TBD (S/F2 Leg 2)||TBC|
|TBC||TBD vs TBD (Final)||TBC|
ISL Live Streaming TV Channels
The much awaited 4th season of Hero Indian Super League is all set to begin with a stylish and unique opening ceremony in the month of October. Soccer footballs are looking for the best platforms where they can catch live streaming of ISL 2017 with an ease and comfort. If you’re also searching for the same, then you must peer through the tabular content given below. It has the names of websites and their respective logos. By seeing the logos, it will be quite convenient to get in touch with the official website and enjoy watching Hero Indian Super League 2017 Opening Ceremony live streaming.
|ISL Live Streaming Websites|
Foreign and Indian players
This is the important notes that we have to know about the players while watching the games live. We all know that more number of foreign players is participating in this Indian super league for playing the matches. Along with them, most of the emerging Indian players are also paying for the ISL. This is the thing happening for 3 years. Also, the same format will go to follow in coming years as well to excite the football fans.
As we all know that the defending champions are the Atletico de Kolkata. When comes to the 2016 season, this is the team emerged as a great winner against the Kerala Blasters. This has been achieved at the end after playing the penalty round. At 2015, the Chennaiyin FC was the champion to hold the achievement. According to the Final match of 2016, the match has ended up at 1-1 goals. Later, the extra time for 15 minutes has been continued and again it draws. Finally, the penalty shoot has been done against each other. At this stage, Kolkata leads the way by hitting 4-3 at the end.
Locations and Stadiums
It is one of the main things that everyone knows about the stadiums and locations. Most of the teams are all having the home grounds to play and get cheered from the fans. There are some of the football grounds which are often used to play in the tournament. So based on the locations, the stadiums will be there across the country. There are a number of stadiums available there for the fans to cheer for their hometown. Here we are sharing some of the stadiums that to know and using by the teams for 3 last years.
|Atletico de Kolkata||Rabindra sarobar stadium||Kolkata|
|Chennaiyin FC||Jawaharlal Nehru stadium||Chennai|
|Kerala Blasters||Jawaharlal Nehru stadium||Kochi|
|Northeast United||Indira Gandhi stadium||Guwahati|
|Bengaluru FC||Sree Kanteerava stadium||Bangalore|
|Delhi Dynamos||Jawaharlal Nehru stadium||Delhi|
|Mumbai City||Mumbai football arena||Mumbai|
|Pune city||Balewadi stadium||Pune|
Hero ISL 2017-18 : Indian Super League Live Online
Indian Super League [ISL] 2017-18 Live Streaming :- ISL Season 4 will certainly be telecasted on official broadcasting companion network Celebrity Network. If you intend to view Online ISL 2017-18 Live Streaming on main site of ISL or simply most likely to Celebrity Sports web site for Online Streaming of Match. Hoststar Authorities site and Hotstar App also provide Live Streaming of ISL Matches, it is very easy method to see the Live Matches. Hotstar application readily available for Android, Windows Phone as well as IPHONE.
Live Updates of ISL 2017-18
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ISL Teams & Players List 2017-18
The battle of football players in the form of 2017-18 Indian Super League season is going to start soon and it will be the second season of the Indian Super League, the football league, since the league was founded in 2013. The season will feature eight teams. The regular season shall kick-off on 17 November 2017 and will end on 4 March 2018, with the finals beginning within one week after the termination of the series matches. The defending champions are Atlético de Kolkata, who defeated the Kerala Blasters 1– 0 in the final the previous season. Let’s see which team will grab the title with its ballistic performance throughout the league.
Here’s the detailed information about all the teams having their participation in this year’s Indian Super League. Below is a full updated squad list of all the eight teams.
1) Atletico de Kolkata Squad
Indian players: Subhasish Roy Chowdhury; Arnab Mondal, Biswajit Saha, Denzil Franco, Nallappan Mohanraj, Kingshuk Debnath; Climax Lawrence, Lester Fernandez, Sanju Pradhan, Rakesh Masih, Cavin Lobo; Mohammed Rafique, Mohammed Rafi, Baljit Sahni.
Foreign players: Apoula Edel, Basillo Agudo; Jose Miguel, Sylvain Monsoreau, Jakub Podany, Jofre Gonzalez, Borja Fernandez, Luis Garcia (marquee signing); Arnal Llibert, Fikru Teferra Lemessa.
Head Coach: Antonio Lopes Habas
2) Chennaiyin FC Squad
Indian players: Abhjit Mondal, Shilton Paul; Dhanachandra Singh, Gouramangi Singh, Khelemba Meetei, Abhishek Das; Jaison Vales, NP Pradeep, Dane Pereira, Anthony Barbosa, Denson Devadas, Harmanjot Khabra; Jeje Lalpekhlua, Jayesh Rane.
Foreign players: Gennaro Bracigliano; Mikaël Silvestre, Marco Materazzi (marquee signing), Bernard Mendy, Jairo Carvajal; Elano, Bruno Pelissari, Bojan Djordjic, Cristian Gonzalez; Eduardo Silva.
Head Coach: Marco Materazzi
3) Delhi Dynamos Squad
Indian players: Jagroop Singh; Anwar Ali, Govin Singh, Munmun Lugun, Shouvik Ghosh, Naoba Singh, Robert Lalthlamuana; Francis Fernandes, Shylo Maltswamtluanga, Souvik Chakraborthy, Adil Khan, Manish Bhargav, Steven Dias; Manandeep Singh.
Foreign players: Marek Cech, Kristof van Hout; Wim Raymaekers; Henrique Dinis, Pavel Elias, Gustavo Marmentini, Hans Mulder, Bruno Herrero; Morten Skoubo, Mads Junker, Alessandro Del Piero( marquee player).
Head Coach: Harm van Veldhoven
4) Kerala Blasters Squad
Indian players: Luis Barreto, Sandip Nandy, Prasanth Karuthadathkuni, Avinabo Bag, Gurwinder Singh, Nirmal Chettri, Ramandeep Singh, Sandesh Jhingan, Saumik Dey; Mehtab Hussain, Ishfaq Ahmed, Sushanth Mathew, Renedy Singh, Godwin Franco; Milagres Gonsalves, CS Sabeeth.
Foreign Players: David James (marquee player); James Reynolds, Raphael Romey, Colin Favey, Cedric Hengbart, Erwin Spitzner; Penn Orji, Victor Forcada; Iain Hume, Michael Chopra, Andrew Barisic, Pedro Gusmão.
Head Coach: David James
5) FC Goa Squad
Indian players: Laxmikanth Kattimani; Debabatra Roy, Narayan Das, Prabir Das, Rowilson Rodriguez; Clifford Miranda, Shaikh Jewel Raja, Alwyn George, Mandar Rao Desai, Romeo Fernandes, Peter Carvalho, Pronay Halder; Holicharan Narzary, Gabriel Fernandes.
Foreign Players: Jan Seda; Andre Santos, Gregory Arnolin, Youness Bengelloun; Robert Pires (marquee player), Bruno Pinheiro, Edgar Marcelino; Miroslav Slepicka, Migue Pereira, Tolgay Ozbey.
Head Coach: Zico
6) FC Pune City Squad
Indian Players: Lalit Thapa, Arindam Bhattacharya; Dharmaraj Ravanan, Pritam Kotal, Deepak Devrani, Anupam Sarkar; Mehrajuddin Wadoo, Pratik Shinde, Tapan Maity, Israil Gurung, Manish Maithani, Lenny Rodrigues; Ashutosh Mehta, Joaquim Abranches.
Foreign players: Emanuelle Belardi; Daniele Magliocchetti, Bruno Cirillo, Andres Gonzalez, Park Kwang-Il; Davide Colomba, Kostas Katsouranis, Omar Rodriguez, Saidou Mady; Ivan Palacios, DavidTrezeguet (marquee player), Dudu.
Head Coach: Franco Colomba
7) Mumbai City FC Squad
Indian Players: Subrata Paul, Ishan Debnath; Peter Costa, Deepak Mondal, Raju Gaekwad, Syed Rahim Nabi; Lalrindika Ralte, Ram Malik, Rohit Mirza, Asif Kottayil; Sushil Kumar Singh, Lalrin Fela, Nadong Bhutia, Singam Subash Singh
Foreign players: Preto Pereira; Manuel Friedrich, Ilias Pollalis, Johan Letzelter, Pavel Cmovs; Javier Fernandez, Jan Stohanzl, Tiago Ribeiro, Freddie Ljungberg (marquee player); Diego Nadaya, Nicholas Anelka.
Head Coach: Peter Reid
8) NorthEast United FC Squad
Indian players: Kunzang Bhutia, Rehenesh TP; Jibon Singh, Aiborlang Khongjee, Pritam Kumar Singh, Robin Gurung; David Nghaite, Redeem Tlang, Alen Deory, Milan Singh, Boithang Haokip, Zodingliana Ralte; Durga Boro, Seimenlen Doungel.
Foreign players: Alexandros Tzorvas; Miguel Garcia, Joan Capdevila (marquee signing), Tomas Josl, Massamba Sambou; Isaac Chansa, Kondwani Mtonga, Guilherme Felipe, Do Dong-Hyun; Luis Padilla, Cornell Glen, James Keene, Luis Yánes, Koke.
Head coach: Ricki Herbert
9) Bengaluru FC Squad
Indian players: Sunil Chhetri, Thongkhosiem Haokip, Alwyn George, Udanta Singh, Malsawmzuala, Lenny Rodrigues, Harmanjot Khabra, Boithang Haokip, Zohmingliana Ralte, Subhashish Bose, Rahul Shankar Bheke, Nishu Kumar, Joyner Monte Lourenco, Collin Abranches, Lalthuammawia Ralte, Abhra Mondal, Calvin Abhishek
Foreign players: Braulio Nobrega, Erik Paartalu, Antonio Rodríguez Dovale, Dimas Delgado,
Head coach: Albert Roca
10) Jamshedpur FC Squad
Indian players: Sumeet Passi, Siddharth Singh, Jerry Mawihmingthanga, Farukh Choudhary, Ashim Biswas, Souvik Chakrabarti, Mehtab Hossain, Bikash Jairu, Sairuat Kima, Anas Edathodika, Robin Gurung, Shouvik Ghosh, Yumnam Raju Mangang
Foreign players: Sameehg Doutie, Jose Luis Espinosa Arroyo
Head coach: Steve Coppell
ISL 2017-18 Teams Captains
The teams participated in this league, the names of foreign as well as Indian players in the teams, the captain of each team, coach of every team and other significant detailed information is provided to you in the above paragraph. If you have glanced through the lines mentioned above this paragraph, you might have found the data regarding your searches and queries.
ISL 2017-18 Teams Jersey’s
The all eight teams have also integrated their new ideas about building New Jerseys and has put it in developing better look for it. Agglomeration of colour combinations and looks with beautiful pictures have expedited the crazy demand for the New Jerseys. Stay tuned to us to read more upcoming news updates about Indian Super League 2017.
What is Indian Super League?
It is one of the best foot ball league installments in the world. As per the recent information, there are totally three seasons have been over for three years. During the 1st season, the awareness about the football was quite low, but when the days passes, the season became strong and got the full support from the people across India. This football league has been established in the year of 2013. As per the schedule, there were playing totally eight teams to clash each other. This is the thing happening every year to class in the league matches which ends with an exciting finale.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where Can I Watch Indian Super League 2017-18 Live Stream in India?
Well, ISL has become a popular league in the world and its popularity is increasing day by day. The authorities are continuously trying to reach out to the audience through every possible medium. The people of India can enjoy the ISL 2017-18 live streaming on TV Channels and on the online platform.
Which Channels will Live Stream 2017-18 ISL?
Well, Star Network has grabbed the rights for broadcasting the ISL in India and Asian sub continent. So Star Sports 1 and Star Sports 1 Hindi will live stream ISL 2017-18. The ISL Live streaming will also be available in HD versions – Star Sports HD 1 & Star Sports HD 1 Hindi.
Can I watch ISL 2017-18 Live Stream Online?
Yes, the online users can watch the ISL Live Streaming Online. Nowadays online streaming has increased tremendously that broadcasters are taking special care of live online streaming.
Where Can I Watch ISL 2017-18 Live Streaming Online?
As we said earlier, Star Network has grabbed the official broadcasting rights of ISL 2017-18. They also have a website and an application named Hostar which telecasts all the shows and events broadcasted on Star Network. So all online viewers can enjoy ISL Live Stream on Hotstar Mobile Application or www.hotstar.com.
Is Hotstar Live Streaming Free of Cost?
Well, many users came out with this question – Is Hotstar live streaming free of cost? For all those who have same query, here is the answer – People who have premium membership account can enjoy Hostar live streaming while those who browse for free will have to adjust with a streaming with 5 minutes delay.
How To Watch ISL Live Streaming Youtube?
Well, since Star Network has grabbed the online rights too, better enjoy ISL Live Streaming on Hotstar than on Youtube. The Hotstar experience will be more better than the ISL Youtube Live Streaming.
Who Will Win ISL 2017-18? Indian Super League Season 4 Winner Prediction
Well, teams have shuffled we have the complete team squad and player list. Looking at the squads, it seems that all teams are looking good, tough and capable of winning the ISL 2017-18 title. It’s too early to comment on who will win the ISL 2017-18 Championship. We have seen in past the Atletico de Kolkata is one team which has emerged superior to all remaining teams in ISL. This year, we have the introduction of two new teams – Bengaluru FC and Jamshedpur FC. Bengaluru FC is a side from I-league and also has an experience on their shoulders. So no doubt the upcoming ISL is going to be interesting. Its too early to predict who will win but still vote for your favourite team in by writing the name of team in the comment section given below.