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ISL 2021-22 Live Telecast Channel List, Where To Watch Live Streaming?

ISL 2021-22 Live Telecast Channel List

Indian Super League also known as ISL is a professional football league that was founded 7 years ago on 21 October 2013. ISL is one of two co-existing highest-level leagues in the country. ISL is organized by the All India Football Federation and their commercial partners Football Sports Development Limited. It is called Hero Indian Super League due to Sponsorship Reasons. Check ISL 2021-22 Live Telecast Channel List, Where To Watch Live Streaming?.

The 2021–22 Indian Super League season will be the 8th season of the Indian Super League. The league will be starting from 19 November 2021 with ATK Mohun Bagan vs Kerala Blasters FC as opening and will continue till March 2022. 11 teams will be competing in the league. Mumbai City FC is the defending Champions of The ISL. The matches will be played at 3 venues in Goa.

ISL 2021-22 Live Telecast Channel

Star Sports network has the right to Telecast the league in India and its subcontinent. Matches will be Telecasted in Hindi, English, and other regional languages. The matches will be Telecasted on Star Sports 2, Star Sports 2 HD, Star Sports 3, Star Sports 1 Hindi, and Star Sports 1 HD.

Regional languages will be Telecasted on Asianet Movies, Star Sports Bangla, Star Sports Kannada, Star Sports Tamil, Star Sports Marathi, and Star Sports Tamil.

Where To Watch ISL 2021-22 Live Streaming?

For those who working or unable to watch on TV, no need to worry as ISL will be Live Streamed on these apps. Disney+ Hotstar will be Live Streaming all the ISL matches on their app. You just need to download the application, buy their subscription and enjoy the match. Jiotv will also be live streaming all the matches on their app.

ESPN+ will be live Telecasting the matches in the United States of America and Canada, Fox Sports(Australia) in Australia, Netflix in Indonesia, Hotstar in the United Kingdom, and Yupp Tv in other European countries.

For the upcoming season, the All India Football Federation has made some changes. Below are the changes made by AIFF

  • Now a maximum 6 and minimum 4 players can be signed by a club and one player amongst them should hail from AFC affiliated nation.
  • Maximum of 4 foreign players can play on the field at any moment.
  • Number of foreign players on field is reduced to 4 from 5 and minimum 7 Indian players should be on the field on any instance.
  • A club also has an option to sign a foreign marquee player within the League-approved classification.
  • Number of minimum development players to be increased to 4 from 2, while continuing to have 2 of such development players be part of the match-day squad.
  • Maximum strength of the squad can be upto 35, with minimum 3 registered goalkeepers. A club can also have an injury replacement for an Indian player.
  • The squad salary cap remains at ₹16.5 crore for season 2021–22.

Schedule of ISL 2021-22

Below is the Schedule of The Indian Super League 2021-22 Season.

Date Match Timing
19 November ATK Mohun Bagan vs Kerala Blasters 7:30 PM
20 November Bengaluru vs Northeast United 7:30 PM
21 November East Bengal vs Jamshedpur 7:30 PM
22 November Mumbai City vs Goa 7:30 PM
23 November Hyderabad vs Chennaiyin 7:30 PM
24 November Odisha vs Bengaluru 7:30 PM
25 November Northeast United vs Kerala Blasters 7:30 PM
26 November Goa vs Jamshedpur 7:30 PM
27 November East Bengal vs ATK Mohun Bagan 7:30 PM
27 November Mumbai City vs Hyderabad 9:30 PM
28 November Bengaluru vs Kerala Blasters 7:30 PM
29 November Northeast United vs Chennaiyin 7:30 PM
30 November Odisha vs East Bengal 7:30 PM
1 December ATK Mohun Bagan vs Mumbai City 7:30 PM
2 December Jamshedpur vs Hyderabad 7:30 PM
3 December Chennaiyin vs East Bengal 7:30 PM
4 December Northeast United vs Goa 7:30 PM
4 December Bengaluru vs Mumbai City 9:30 PM
5 December Kerala Blasters vs Odisha 7:30 PM
6 December Jamshedpur vs ATK Mohun Bagan 7:30 PM
7 December East Bengal vs Goa 7:30 PM
8 December Hyderabad vs Bengaluru 7:30 PM
9 December Mumbai City vs Jamshedpur 7:30 PM
10 December Odisha vs Northeast United 7:30 PM
11 December ATK Mohun Bagan vs Chennaiyin 7:30 PM
11 December Goa vs Bengaluru 9:30 PM
12 December East Bengal vs Kerala Blasters 7:30 PM
13 December Hyderabad vs Northeast United 7:30 PM
14 December Odisha vs Jamshedpur 7:30 PM
15 December Mumbai City vs Chennaiyin 7:30 PM
16 December Bengaluru vs ATK Mohun Bagan 7:30 PM
17 December Northeast United vs East Bengal 7:30 PM
18 December Chennaiyin vs Odisha 7:30 PM
18 December Goa vs Hyderabad 9:30 PM
19 December Mumbai City vs Kerala Blasters 7:30 PM
20 December Jamshedpur vs Bengaluru 7:30 PM
21 December Northeast United vs ATK Mohun Bagan 7:30 PM
22 December Chennaiyin vs Kerala Blasters 7:30 PM
23 December Hyderabad vs East Bengal 7:30 PM
24 December Odisha vs Goa 7:30 PM
26 December Kerala Blasters vs Jamshedpur 7:30 PM
27 December Northeast United vs Mumbai City 7:30 PM
28 December Hyderabad vs Odisha 7:30 PM
29 December ATK Mohun Bagan vs Goa 7:30 PM
30 December Chennaiyin vs Bengaluru 7:30 PM
2 January Kerala Blasters vs Goa 7:30 PM
2 January Jamshedpur vs Chennaiyin 9:30 PM
3 January Odisha vs Mumbai City 7:30 PM
4 January Bengaluru vs East Bengal 7:30 PM
5 January ATK Mohun Bagan vs Hyderabad 7:30 PM
6 January Jamshedpur vs Northeast United 7:30 PM
7 January East Bengal vs Mumbai City 7:30 PM
8 January ATK Mohun Bagan vs Odisha 7:30 PM
8 January Goa vs Chennaiyin 9:30 PM
9 January Kerala Blasters vs Hyderabad 7:30 PM

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