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Indian Super League

One of two co-existing top levels in the Indian football structure along with the I-League, the Indian Super League (ISL) is a professional football league. It is organized by their commercial partners Football Sports Development and the All India Football Federation. Due to sponsorship reason with Hero MotoCorp, it is officially familiar as Hero Indian Super League. The league presently comprises 11 clubs. Each season of the tournament mostly runs from November to March. During the league phase of the competition, each club plays in a round-robin style against all the other clubs.
The competition was founded on 21 October 2013 with the aim of progressing the sport of football in the country and increase out its exposure in India. With eight teams, the league started in October 2014. Every season lasted mostly from October to December, and matches were held every day. However, earlier to the 2017–18 season, the league enlarged to ten teams, expanded its schedule to six months, and earned recognition from the AFC. Football in India has existed in various ways since the game first come into the country during the 19th century. Despite the nation's initial history in the game, India’s first nationwide football league did not start until the semi-professional National Football League commenced in 1996. Prior to the formation of the National Football League, most clubs select nationwide tournaments or play in state leagues.
There have been a variety of stadiums used to host matches since the competition began in 2014. For the 2016 season, two new stadiums were utilized in the competition, the Rabindra Sarobar Stadium in Kolkata and the Mumbai Football Arena in Mumbai. The Indian Super League trophy was uncovered on 5 October 2014. The trophy stands 26 inches tall as designed by Haws and Frazer. With over 216 million viewers on television throughout, the league experienced a brilliant growth in ratings after the 2016 season. In rural India, Ratings meanwhile drew 101 million viewers. For the 2017–18 season, Star Sports show the league on Star Sports 2HD in English and Star Sports 2. The broadcasters also televised the matches in Malayalam, Bangla, Tamil, Kannada, and other languages through various channels. The league was also streamed online via Star Sports, Hotstar's online streaming service.
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