|AFC Champions League||Mohun Bagan|
|AFC Cup||Bengaluru FC|
|Goals scored||280 (2.55 per match)|
|Top goalscorer|| Ranti Martins (East Bengal)|
|Biggest home win|| Salgaocar 5–1 Bharat FC |
(24 May 2015)
Shillong Lajong 5–1 East Bengal
(30 May 2015)
Sporting Goa 4–0 Pune
(30 May 2015)
|Biggest away win|| Mumbai 0–6 Shillong Lajong |
(3 April 2015)
|Highest scoring|| Pune 5–2 Shillong Lajong |
(29 January 2015)
Mohun Bagan 4–3 Shillong Lajong
(27 February 2015)
|Longest winning run|| Bengaluru FC |
|Longest unbeaten run|| Bengaluru FC |
|Longest winless run|| Sporting Goa |
|Longest losing run|| Salgaocar |
|Highest attendance||57,780 (Mohun Bagan vs East Bengal)|
(28 March 2015)
2015–16 →All statistics correct as of 31 May 2015.
The 2014–15 I-League (known as the Hero I-League for sponsorship reasons) is the eighth season of the I-League, the Indian professional league for association football clubs, since its establishment in 2007. The season began on 17 January 2015, after the conclusion of the Federation Cup and finished on 31 May 2015 with a title deciding match between defending champions Bengaluru FC and Mohun Bagan. Mohun Bagan scored a late equalising goal to win the championship by two points. It was to be their first I-League title and fourth Indian championship in total
The official number of teams for the new season will be eleven. After the success of the leagues first direct-entry side, Bengaluru FC, the All India Football Federation held bidding for new teams from 15 May to 2 June 2014 with cities such as Chennai and Ahmedabad in the running.At the same time the federation would review the AFC Club Licensing Criteria and any club which failed to pass the criteria will be banned from entering the league.
On 22 May 2014 the All India Football Federation officially announced that former I-League champions Churchill Brothers, Rangdajied United, and United S.C had been axed from the 2014–15 season for failing to pass the club licensing criteria.Then, in August 2014, it was announced that the AIFF had awarded a direct-entry spot to the Kalyani Group and that they would start a team based in Pune. The team was officially launched in November 2014 as Bharat FC.
In terms of promotion and relegation, Mohammedan were relegated from the I-League the previous season, while Royal Wahingdoh were promoted after winning the 2014 I-League 2nd Division.This would be Wahingdoh's first season in the I-League after remaining unbeaten through the entire 2nd Division campaign.
|Bengaluru FC||Sree Kanteerava Stadium||24,000|
|Bharat FC||Balewadi Sports Complex||22,000|
|East Bengal||Salt Lake Stadium||68,000|
|Mohun Bagan||Salt Lake Stadium||68,000|
|Pune||Balewadi Sports Complex||22,000|
|Royal Wahingdoh||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium||30,000|
|Shillong Lajong||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium||30,000|
|Sporting Goa||Fatorda Stadium||19,800|
Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
|Team||Head coach||Captain||Main Sponsor|
|Bengaluru FC||JSW Group|
|Bharat FC||Kalyani Group|
|Mohun Bagan||McDowell's No.1|
|Royal Wahingdoh||Imperial Blue|
|Team||Outgoing head coach||Manner of departure||Date of vacancy||Position in table||Incoming head coach||Date of appointment|
|Mohun Bagan||Sacked||29 April 2014||Pre-season||27 July 2014|
|Pune||Sacked||30 May 2014||10 June 2014|
|Royal Wahingdoh||Unknown||25 October 2014||25 October 2014|
|Bharat FC||New team||4 November 2014|
|Sporting Goa||Mutual Consent||4 December 2014||Unknown|
|Mohun Bagan||Unknown||8 December 2014||8 December 2014|
|East Bengal||Sacked||19 February 2015||4th||19 February 2015|
|Dempo||Mutual Consent||2 March 2015||8th||3 March 2015|
Restricting the number of foreign players strictly to four per team, including a slot for a player from AFC countries and a marquee player. A team could use four foreign players on the field during each game including at least one player from the AFC country.
|Club||Player 1||Player 2||Player 3||AFC Player|
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Qualification or relegation|
|1||Mohun Bagan (C)||20||11||6||3||33||16||+17||39||Qualification for AFC Champions League qualifying play-off|
|2||Bengaluru FC||20||10||7||3||35||19||+16||37||Qualification for AFC Cup group stage|
|10||Dempo (R)||20||3||10||7||15||26||−11||19||Relegation to I-League 2nd Division|
Top Indian Scorers
|Pune||Shillong Lajong||5–2||29 January 2015|
|East Bengal||Dempo||5–1||1 March 2015|
|Royal Wahingdoh||Salgaocar||4–2||3 May 2015|
|Shillong Lajong||Bharat||3–1||17 May 2015|
|Sporting Goa||Pune||4–0||30 May 2015|
|Shillong Lajong||East Bengal||5–1||30 May 2015|
5 Player scored 5 goals
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