2017–18 Indian Super League season

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Indian Super League
Season 2017–18
Dates17 November – 17 March
Champions Chennaiyin
2nd title
AFC Cup Chennaiyin
Matches played95
Goals scored261 (2.75 per match)
Top goalscorer Coro
(18 goals) [1]
Best goalkeeper Subrata Pal
(102.74 mins per goal) [2]
Biggest home win Pune City 5–0 NorthEast United
(30 December 2017)
Biggest away win Delhi Dynamos 1–5 Goa
(16 December 2017)
Pune City 0–4 Goa
(25 February 2018)
Highest scoring Goa 4–3 Bengaluru
(30 November 2017)
Goa 5–2 Kerala Blasters
(9 December 2017)
Goa 3–4 Mumbai City
(28 January 2018)
Delhi Dynamos 4–3 ATK
(24 February 2018)
Longest winning run Bengaluru
(5 games)
Longest unbeaten run Bengaluru
(10 games)
Longest winless run Delhi Dynamos
ATK
(8 games)
Longest losing run Delhi Dynamos
(6 games)
Highest attendance37,986
Kerala Blasters 1–3 Bengaluru
(31 December 2017)
Lowest attendance1,121
NorthEast United 0–1 Kerala Blasters
(17 February 2018)
Total attendance1,399,409
Average attendance15,047
2016
2018–19

The 2017–18 Indian Super League season was the fourth season of the Indian Super League, one of the top Indian professional football leagues. It was established in 2013. The regular season started on 17 November 2017 and ended on 4 March 2018, [3] The finals began on 7 March 2018, concluding with the final on 17 March 2018. ATK were the defending champions from the 2016 season, however they could not advance to the playoffs. Chennaiyin won their second Indian Super League title by defeating Bengaluru 3–2 in the final. [4]

Contents

Two new sides joined the league as expansion teams: Bengaluru and Jamshedpur. The two new clubs are the ninth and tenth teams in the league. This made it the first edition of the ISL in which there are more than eight teams participating. [5] As well as expanding two teams, the league also expanded two more months, being played in five months instead of three. [5]

Teams

Stadiums and locations

TeamCity/StateStadiumCapacity
ATK Kolkata, West Bengal Salt Lake Stadium 68,012 [6]
Bengaluru Bengaluru, Karnataka Sree Kanteerava Stadium 25,810 [7]
Chennaiyin Chennai, Tamil Nadu Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium 19,691 [8]
Delhi Dynamos Delhi Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium 32,000 [9]
Goa Margao, Goa Fatorda Stadium 18,600 [10]
Jamshedpur Jamshedpur, Jharkhand JRD Tata Sports Complex 24,424 [11]
Kerala Blasters Kochi, Kerala Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium 38,086 [12]
Mumbai City Mumbai, Maharashtra Mumbai Football Arena 9,300 [13]
NorthEast United Guwahati, Assam Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium 23,627 [14]
Pune City Pune, Maharashtra Balewadi Stadium 10,237 [15]

Expansion

On 11 May 2017, it was announced by the Indian Super League organizers, Football Sports Development, that they would be inviting bids for new teams to join the league for the upcoming season. [16] The bids would be for ten cities, namely Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Cuttack, Durgapur, Hyderabad, Jamshedpur, Kolkata, Ranchi, Siliguri and Thiruvananthapuram. [16] It was also clarified that if Kolkata were to win at least one bid for a team, the new "Kolkata" side would have to play away from the city for two seasons. [16]

On 25 May 2017, it was announced that bidding for new teams had ended and that the league's appointed external validator would look over the bids. [17] It was also announced that Bengaluru, the two-time champion of the I-League, India's top-tier professional football league, had submitted a bid. [17] Two weeks later, on 12 June, it was officially announced that Bengaluru (for Bangalore) and Tata Group (for Jamshedpur) had won the bids for the new teams. [18]

Personnel and sponsorship

TeamHead coachKit manufacturerShirt sponsor
ATK Flag of Ireland.svg Robbie Keane (Player Manager) Nivia [19] CESC Limited [19]
Bengaluru Flag of Spain.svg Albert Roca Puma [20] JSW [20]
Chennaiyin Flag of England.svg John Gregory Performax [21] Apollo Tyres [22]
Delhi Dynamos Flag of Spain.svg Miguel Ángel Portugal T10 Sports [23] Kent RO Systems [24]
Goa Flag of Spain.svg Sergio Lobera None [25] Deltin [25]
Jamshedpur Flag of England.svg Steve Coppell Nivia [26] Tata [26]
Kerala Blasters Flag of England.svg David James Admiral [27] Muthoot Pappachan [28]
Mumbai City Flag of Costa Rica.svg Alexandre Guimarães T10 Sports [29] Ace Group [30]
NorthEast United Flag of Israel.svg Avram Grant Performax [31] McDowell's No. 1 [32]
Pune City Flag of Serbia.svg Ranko Popović Adidas [33] Suzuki Gixxer [34]

Head coaching changes

TeamOutgoing coachManner of departureDate of vacancyPosition in tableIncoming coachDate of appointment
Goa Flag of Brazil.svg Zico Contract finished18 December 2016Pre-season Flag of Spain.svg Sergio Lobera 6 June 2017 [35]
Delhi Dynamos Flag of Italy.svg Gianluca Zambrotta Mutual consent14 June 2017 [36] Flag of Spain.svg Miguel Ángel Portugal 29 June 2017 [37]
Chennaiyin Flag of Italy.svg Marco Materazzi Mutual consent6 March 2017 [38] Flag of England.svg John Gregory 3 July 2017 [39]
Jamshedpur Expansion club Flag of England.svg Steve Coppell 14 July 2017 [40]
Kerala Blasters Flag of England.svg Steve Coppell Mutual consent12 July 2017 [41] Flag of the Netherlands.svg René Meulensteen 14 July 2017 [42]
ATK Flag of Spain.svg José Francisco Molina 18 December 2016 Flag of England.svg Teddy Sheringham 14 July 2017 [43]
NorthEast United Flag of Portugal.svg Nelo Vingada 15 May 2017 [44] Flag of Portugal.svg João de Deus 17 July 2017 [45]
Pune City Flag of Spain.svg Antonio López Habas 15 September 2017 [46] Flag of Serbia.svg Ranko Popović 25 September 2017 [47]
Kerala Blasters Flag of the Netherlands.svg René Meulensteen Sacked3 January 2018 [48] 8th Flag of England.svg David James 3 January 2018 [49]
NorthEast United Flag of Portugal.svg João de Deus 3 January 2018 [50] 9th Flag of Israel.svg Avram Grant 12 January 2018 [51]
ATK Flag of England.svg Teddy Sheringham 24 January 2018 [52] 8th Flag of England.svg Ashley Westwood (Interim)24 January 2018 [52]
ATK Flag of England.svg Ashley Westwood Resignation2 March 2018 [53] 9th Flag of Ireland.svg Robbie Keane (Player Manager)3 March 2018 [54]

Roster changes

Overseas players

Unlike during the first three seasons of the Indian Super League, the 2017–18 season saw the maximum number of foreign players per team reduced to eight from 11. [55] Also unlike the previous three seasons, the maximum number of foreigners allowed on the pitch at the same time was reduced to five from six. [55]

ATK (8)Bengaluru (8)Chennaiyin (8)Delhi Dynamos (8)Goa (8)
Flag of Ireland.svg Robbie Keane
Flag of Portugal.svg Zequinha
Flag of England.svg Conor Thomas
Flag of Spain.svg Jordi Figueras
Flag of England.svg Tom Thorpe
Flag of England.svg Ryan Taylor
Ulster Banner.svg Martin Paterson
Flag of South Africa.svg Sibongakonke Mbatha
Flag of England.svg John Johnson
Flag of Spain.svg Juanan
Flag of Australia (converted).svg Erik Paartalu
Flag of Spain.svg Dimas
Flag of Spain.svg Toni Dovale
Flag of Venezuela.svg Miku
Flag of Spain.svg Daniel Segovia
Flag of Spain.svg Víctor Pérez
Flag of Spain.svg Iñigo Calderón
Flag of Brazil.svg Raphael Augusto
Flag of Slovenia.svg Rene Mihelič
Flag of Spain.svg Jaime Gavilán
Flag of Nigeria.svg Jude Nworuh
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Gregory Nelson
Flag of Portugal.svg Henrique Sereno
Flag of Brazil.svg Maílson Alves
Flag of Brazil.svg Paulinho Dias
Flag of Uruguay.svg Matías Mirabaje
Flag of Venezuela.svg Gabriel Cichero
Flag of Nigeria.svg Kalu Uche
Flag of Spain.svg Manuel Arana
Flag of Spain.svg Edu Moya
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Jeroen Lumu
Flag of Spain.svg Xabi Irureta
Flag of Portugal.svg Bruno Pinheiro
Flag of France.svg Hugo Boumous
Flag of Spain.svg Coro
Flag of Morocco.svg Ahmed Jahouh
Flag of Spain.svg Chechi
Flag of Spain.svg Manuel Lanzarote
Flag of Spain.svg Edu Bedia
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Mark Sifneos
Jamshedpur (8)Kerala Blasters (8)Mumbai City (8)NorthEast United (8)Pune City (8)
Flag of Spain.svg Tiri
Flag of South Africa.svg Sameehg Doutie
Flag of Brazil.svg Memo
Flag of Haiti.svg Kervens Belfort
Flag of Cameroon.svg Andre Bikey
Flag of Brazil.svg Matheus Gonçalves
Flag of Nigeria.svg Izu Azuka
Flag of Brazil.svg Wellington Priori
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Iain Hume
Flag of Ghana.svg Courage Pekuson
Flag of Serbia.svg Nemanja Lakić-Pešić
Flag of England.svg Wes Brown
Flag of England.svg Paul Rachubka
Flag of Bulgaria.svg Dimitar Berbatov
Flag of Iceland.svg Guðjón Baldvinsson
Flag of Spain.svg Pulga
Flag of Romania.svg Lucian Goian
Flag of Brazil.svg Gerson Vieira
Flag of Brazil.svg Éverton Santos
Flag of Spain.svg Rafa Jordà
Flag of Brazil.svg Léo Costa
Flag of Brazil.svg Márcio Rosário
Flag of Cameroon.svg Achille Emaná
Flag of Brazil.svg Thiago Santos
Flag of Brazil.svg Marcinho
Flag of Portugal.svg José Gonçalves
Flag of Guinea-Bissau.svg Sambinha
Flag of Uruguay.svg Martín Díaz
Flag of Brazil.svg Danilo
Flag of Portugal.svg Hélio Pinto
Flag of Sweden.svg Maic Sema
Flag of Colombia.svg John Mosquera
Flag of Uruguay.svg Emiliano Alfaro
Flag of Spain.svg Marcos Tébar
Flag of Brazil.svg Marcelinho
Flag of Spain.svg Rafa
Flag of Brazil.svg Jonatan Lucca
Flag of Brazil.svg Diego Carlos
Flag of Austria.svg Marko Stanković
Flag of Spain.svg Lolo

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1 Bengaluru 1813143516+1940 Qualification for the semifinals
2 Chennaiyin [lower-alpha 1] (C)189542419+532
3 Goa 189364228+1430
4 Pune City 189363021+930
5 Jamshedpur 187561618226
6 Kerala Blasters 186752022225
7 Mumbai City 187292529423
8 Delhi Dynamos 1854927371019
9 ATK 18441016301416
10 NorthEast United 18321312271511
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
(C) Champion.
Notes:

Results

Home \ Away KOL BEN CHE DEL GOA JAM KER MUM NEU PUN
ATK 0–21–21–01–10–12–21–21–01–4
Bengaluru 1–01–24–12–00–12–02–02–11–1
Chennaiyin 3–21–32–22–31–11–11–03–01–0
Delhi Dynamos 4–32–01–11–50–11–35–10–22–2
Goa 5–14–30–11–12–15–23–42–20–2
Jamshedpur 0–00–20–13–20–32–12–21–00–1
Kerala Blasters 0–01–30–02–11–20–01–11–01–1
Mumbai City 0–11–31–04–02–11–20–13–20–2
NorthEast United 0–10–13–10–12–10–00–10–20–1
Pune City 3–01–30–12–30–42–11–22–15–0
Updated to match(es) played on 4 March 2018. Source: Indian Super League
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Playoffs

Bracket

  Semi-finals Final
             
1 Bengaluru 033 
4 Pune City 011 
   1 Bengaluru 2
  2 Chennaiyin 3
2 Chennaiyin 134
3 Goa 101 

Semi-finals

Team 1 Agg. Team 21st leg2nd leg
Pune City 1–3 Bengaluru 0–0 1–3
Goa 1–4 Chennaiyin 1–1 0–3

Final

Bengaluru 2–3 Chennaiyin
Chhetri Soccerball shade.svg 9'
Miku Soccerball shade.svg 90+2'
Report Alves Soccerball shade.svg 17', 45'
Augusto Soccerball shade.svg 67'
Sree Kanteerava Stadium, Bangalore
Attendance: 25,753
Referee: Ali Abdulnabi

Season statistics

Scoring

Hat-tricks

PlayerForAgainstResultDateRef
Flag of Spain.svg Coro Goa Bengaluru 4–3 (H)30 November 2017 [57]
Flag of Spain.svg Coro Goa Kerala Blasters 5–2 (H)9 December 2017 [58]
Flag of Brazil.svg Marcelinho Pune City NorthEast United 5–0 (H)30 December 2017 [59]
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Iain Hume Kerala Blasters Delhi Dynamos 3–1 (A)10 January 2018 [60]
Flag of India.svg Seiminlen Doungel NorthEast United Chennaiyin 3–1 (H)19 January 2018 [61]
Flag of India.svg Sunil Chhetri Bengaluru Pune City 3–1 (H)11 March 2018 [62]

Discipline

[63] [64]

Cleansheets

RankPlayerClubClean
sheets
1 Flag of India.svg Subrata Pal Jamshedpur7
Flag of India.svg Gurpreet Singh Sandhu Bengaluru
Flag of India.svg Karanjit Singh Chennaiyin
Flag of India.svg Vishal Kaith Pune City
5 Flag of England.svg Paul Rachubka Kerala Blasters5
6 Flag of India.svg Debjit Majumder ATK4
7 Flag of India.svg Rehenesh TP NorthEast United2
Flag of India.svg Amrinder Singh Mumbai City
Flag of India.svg Naveen Kumar Goa
Source: [65]

Average home attendances

TeamGPCumulativeHighLowMean
Kerala Blasters 9285,87037,98616,79631,763
Jamshedpur 9192,36724,2128,17821,374
Bengaluru 11209,58425,75312,56419,053
Goa 10176,03818,60016,22117,604
Chennaiyin 10155,37719,01312,49915,538
ATK 9114,02132,8163,16512,669
Pune City 1087,1119,9686,6128,711
NorthEast United 865,73621,1511,1218,217
Delhi Dynamos 855,08611,4532,3326,886
Mumbai City 958,0398,5974,2226,449
Total931,399,40937,9861,12115,047
Source: [66]

Awards

Hero of the Match

MatchHero of the MatchMatchHero of the MatchMatchHero of the Match
PlayerClubPlayerClubPlayerClub
Match 1 Flag of Serbia.svg Nemanja Lakić-Pešić Kerala BlastersMatch 33 Flag of India.svg Jeje Lalpekhlua ChennaiyinMatch 65 Flag of Spain.svg Dimas Delgado Bengaluru
Match 2 Flag of Brazil.svg Marcinho NorthEast UnitedMatch 34 Flag of Brazil.svg Éverton Santos Mumbai CityMatch 66 Flag of India.svg Adil Khan Pune City
Match 3 Flag of Spain.svg Manuel Lanzarote GoaMatch 35 Flag of Brazil.svg Marcelinho Pune CityMatch 67 Flag of England.svg Ryan Taylor ATK
Match 4 Flag of India.svg Sunil Chhetri BengaluruMatch 36 Flag of India.svg Sunil Chhetri BengaluruMatch 68 Flag of Spain.svg Dimas Delgado Bengaluru
Match 5 Flag of India.svg Lallianzuala Chhangte Delhi DynamosMatch 37 Flag of Spain.svg Edu Bedia GoaMatch 69 Flag of Brazil.svg Wellington Priori Jamshedpur
Match 6 Flag of Brazil.svg Raphael Augusto ChennaiyinMatch 38 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Mark Sifneos Kerala BlastersMatch 70 Flag of Spain.svg Marcos Tébar Pune City
Match 7 Flag of India.svg Mehtab Hossain JamshedpurMatch 39 Flag of Nigeria.svg Izu Azuka JamshedpurMatch 71 Flag of Brazil.svg Maílson Alves Chennaiyin
Match 8 Flag of Brazil.svg Éverton Santos Mumbai CityMatch 40 Flag of Brazil.svg Marcinho Northeast UnitedMatch 72 Flag of Nigeria.svg Kalu Uche Delhi Dynamos
Match 9 Flag of Brazil.svg Marcelinho Pune CityMatch 41 Flag of India.svg Jeje Lalpekhlua ChennaiyinMatch 73 Flag of Brazil.svg Maílson Alves Chennaiyin
Match 10 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Erik Paartalu BengaluruMatch 42 Flag of Spain.svg Juanan BengaluruMatch 74 Flag of Venezuela.svg Miku Bengaluru
Match 11 Flag of Brazil.svg Gerson Vieira Mumbai CityMatch 43 Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Iain Hume Kerala BlastersMatch 75 Flag of England.svg Wes Brown Kerala Blasters
Match 12 Flag of Spain.svg Coro GoaMatch 44 Flag of Portugal.svg Bruno Pinheiro GoaMatch 76 Flag of Brazil.svg Wellington Priori Jamshedpur
Match 13 Flag of Brazil.svg Memo JamshedpurMatch 45 Flag of Portugal.svg Zequinha ATKMatch 77 Flag of Brazil.svg Márcio Rosário Mumbai City
Match 14 Flag of India.svg Halicharan Narzary NorthEast UnitedMatch 46 Flag of Brazil.svg Maílson Alves ChennaiyinMatch 78 Flag of Nigeria.svg Kalu Uche Delhi Dynamos
Match 15 Flag of India.svg Jerry Lalrinzuala ChennaiyinMatch 47 Flag of India.svg Lallianzuala Chhangte Delhi DynamosMatch 79 Flag of Brazil.svg Éverton Santos Mumbai City
Match 16 Flag of India.svg Balwant Singh Mumbai CityMatch 48 Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Iain Hume Kerala BlastersMatch 80 Flag of India.svg Karanjit Singh Chennaiyin
Match 17 Flag of Cameroon.svg André Bikey JamshedpurMatch 49 Flag of Brazil.svg Memo JamshedpurMatch 81 Flag of Nigeria.svg Kalu Uche Delhi Dynamos
Match 18 Flag of India.svg Jeje Lalpekhlua ChennaiyinMatch 50 Flag of India.svg Sunil Chhetri BengaluruMatch 82 Flag of Spain.svg Coro Goa
Match 19 Flag of Venezuela.svg Miku BengaluruMatch 51 Flag of India.svg Seiminlen Doungel NorthEast UnitedMatch 83 Flag of India.svg Gurpreet Singh Sandhu Bengaluru
Match 20 Flag of Spain.svg Coro GoaMatch 52 Flag of Brazil.svg Diego Carlos Pune CityMatch 84 Flag of Uruguay.svg Matías Mirabaje Delhi Dynamos
Match 21 Flag of Spain.svg Marcos Tébar Pune CityMatch 53 Flag of Brazil.svg Wellington Priori JamshedpurMatch 85 Flag of Spain.svg Manuel Lanzarote Goa
Match 22 Flag of Cameroon.svg Achille Emaná Mumbai CityMatch 54 Flag of Spain.svg Edu Bedia GoaMatch 86 Flag of Venezuela.svg Miku Bengaluru
Match 23 Flag of Venezuela.svg Miku BengaluruMatch 55 Flag of Uruguay.svg Emiliano Alfaro Pune CityMatch 87 Flag of Nigeria.svg Kalu Uche Delhi Dynamos
Match 24 Flag of England.svg Wes Brown Kerala BlastersMatch 56 Flag of India.svg Anirudh Thapa ChennaiyinMatch 88 Flag of Spain.svg Jaime Gavilán Chennaiyin
Match 25 Flag of Spain.svg Arana GoaMatch 57 Flag of Spain.svg Juanan BengaluruMatch 89 Flag of Spain.svg Coro Goa
Match 26 Flag of Brazil.svg Maílson Alves ChennaiyinMatch 58 Flag of India.svg Deependra Singh Negi Kerala BlastersMatch 90 Flag of Ireland.svg Robbie Keane ATK
Match 27 Flag of Portugal.svg Zequinha ATKMatch 59 Flag of Brazil.svg Thiago Santos Mumbai CityMatch 91 (SF) Flag of Austria.svg Marko Stanković Pune City
Match 28 Flag of Brazil.svg Gerson Vieira Mumbai CityMatch 60 Flag of Brazil.svg Matheus Gonçalves JamshedpurMatch 92 (SF) Flag of the Netherlands.svg Gregory Nelson Chennaiyin
Match 29 Flag of Venezuela.svg Miku BengaluruMatch 61 Flag of India.svg Subrata Pal JamshedpurMatch 93 (SF) Flag of India.svg Sunil Chhetri Bengaluru
Match 30 Flag of India.svg Karanjit Singh ChennaiyinMatch 62 Flag of Brazil.svg Marcelinho Pune CityMatch 94 (SF) Flag of Brazil.svg Maílson Alves Chennaiyin
Match 31 Flag of India.svg Adil Khan Pune CityMatch 63 Flag of India.svg Gurpreet Singh Sandhu BengaluruMatch 95 (F) Flag of Brazil.svg Maílson Alves Chennaiyin
Match 32 Flag of Ireland.svg Robbie Keane ATKMatch 64 Flag of Spain.svg Coro Goa

Emerging Player of the Match

MatchEmerging Player of the MatchMatchEmerging Player of the MatchMatchEmerging Player of the Match
PlayerClubPlayerClubPlayerClub
Match 1 Hitesh Sharma ATKMatch 33 Jerry Mawihmingthanga JamshedpurMatch 65 Jerry Lalrinzuala Chennaiyin
Match 2 Hakku Nediyodath NorthEast UnitedMatch 34 Nanda Kumar Delhi DynamosMatch 66 Seminlen Doungel NorthEast United
Match 3 Jerry Lalrinzuala ChennaiyinMatch 35 Ashique Kuruniyan Pune CityMatch 67 Bipin Singh ATK
Match 4 Abhinas Ruidas Mumbai CityMatch 36 Lalruatthara Kerala BlastersMatch 68 Nishu Kumar Bengaluru
Match 5 Sarthak Golui Pune CityMatch 37 Brandon Fernandes GoaMatch 69 Seminlen Doungel NorthEast United
Match 6 Jerry Lalrinzuala ChennaiyinMatch 38 Ashique Kuruniyan Pune CityMatch 70 Sahil Panwar Pune City
Match 7 Lalruatthara Kerala BlastersMatch 39 Jerry Mawihmingthanga JamshedpurMatch 71 Lallianzuala Chhangte Delhi Dynamos
Match 8 Abhinas Ruidas Mumbai CityMatch 40 Seminlen Doungel NorthEast UnitedMatch 72 Seiminlen Doungel NorthEast United
Match 9 Bipin Singh ATKMatch 41 Nanda Kumar Delhi DynamosMatch 73 Jerry Lalrinzuala Chennaiyin
Match 10 Vinit Rai Delhi DynamosMatch 42 Subhasish Bose BengaluruMatch 74 Sarthak Golui Pune City
Match 11 Kamaljit Singh Pune CityMatch 43 Lallianzuala Chhangte Delhi DynamosMatch 75 Gursimrat Singh NorthEast United
Match 12 Mohamed Ali GoaMatch 44 Brandon Fernandes GoaMatch 76 Farukh Choudhary Jamshedpur
Match 13 Jerry Mawihmingthanga JamshedpurMatch 45 Prabir Das ATKMatch 77 Bipin Singh ATK
Match 14 Lallianzuala Chhangte Delhi DynamosMatch 46 Ashique Kuruniyan Pune CityMatch 78 Mohammad Sajid Dhot Delhi Dynamos
Match 15 Dhanpal Ganesh ChennaiyinMatch 47 Nanda Kumar Delhi DynamosMatch 79 Gursimrat Singh NorthEast United
Match 16 Davinder Singh Mumbai CityMatch 48 Lalruatthara Kerala BlastersMatch 80 Lalruatthara Kerala Blasters
Match 17 Albino Gomes Delhi DynamosMatch 49 Jerry Mawihmingthanga JamshedpurMatch 81 Lallianzuala Chhangte Delhi Dynamos
Match 18 Bipin Singh ATKMatch 50 Udanta Singh BengaluruMatch 82 Mohamed Ali Goa
Match 19 Lalthuammawia Ralte BengaluruMatch 51 Anirudh Thapa ChennaiyinMatch 83 Subhasish Bose Bengaluru
Match 20 Brandon Fernandes GoaMatch 52 Sahil Panwar Pune CityMatch 84 Nanda Kumar Delhi Dynamos
Match 21 Souvik Chakrabarti JamshedpurMatch 53 Nanda Kumar Delhi DynamosMatch 85 Seriton Fernandes Goa
Match 22 Jerry Lalrinzuala ChennaiyinMatch 54 Brandon Fernandes GoaMatch 86 Nishu Kumar Bengaluru
Match 23 Isaac Vanmalsawma Pune CityMatch 55 Farukh Choudhary JamshedpurMatch 87 Isaac Vanmalsawma Pune City
Match 24 Lalruatthara Kerala BlastersMatch 56 Jerry Lalrinzuala ChennaiyinMatch 88 Germanpreet Singh Chennaiyin
Match 25 Narayan Das GoaMatch 57 Seiminlen Doungel NorthEast UnitedMatch 89 Chinglensana Singh Goa
Match 26 Nishu Kumar BengaluruMatch 58 Munmun Lugun Delhi DynamosMatch 90 Halicharan Narzary NorthEast United
Match 27 Debjit Majumder ATKMatch 59 Brandon Fernandes GoaMatch 91 (SF) Vishal Kaith Pune City
Match 28 Davinder Singh Mumbai CityMatch 60 Jerry Mawihmingthanga JamshedpurMatch 92 (SF) Anirudh Thapa Chennaiyin
Match 29 Subhasish Bose BengaluruMatch 61 Farukh Choudhary JamshedpurMatch 93 (SF) Isaac Vanmalsawma Pune City
Match 30 Lalruatthara Kerala BlastersMatch 62 Lalruatthara Kerala BlastersMatch 94 (SF) Jerry Lalrinzuala Chennaiyin
Match 31 Vishal Kaith Pune CityMatch 63 Subhasish Bose BengaluruMatch 95 (F) Jerry Lalrinzuala Chennaiyin
Match 32 Hitesh Sharma ATKMatch 64 Seiminlen Doungel NorthEast United

Fans' Player of the Month

MonthPlayer of the MonthReference
PlayerClub
November Flag of England.svg Paul Rachubka Kerala Blasters [67]
December Flag of India.svg Jeje Lalpekhlua Chennaiyin [68]
January Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Iain Hume Kerala Blasters [69]
February Flag of Brazil.svg Maílson Alves Chennaiyin [70]

Fans' Team of the Season

PositionPlayerClub [71]
GK Flag of India.svg Gurpreet Singh Sandhu Bengaluru
DF Flag of India.svg Sandesh Jhingan Kerala Blasters
DF Flag of Romania.svg Lucian Goian Mumbai City
DF Flag of India.svg Lalruatthara Kerala Blasters
DF Flag of Spain.svg Tiri Jamshedpur
MF Flag of Spain.svg Manuel Lanzarote Goa
MF Flag of Brazil.svg Raphael Augusto Chennaiyin
MF Flag of Brazil.svg Wellington Priori Jamshedpur
FW Flag of Spain.svg Coro Goa
FW Flag of India.svg Sunil Chhetri Bengaluru
FW Flag of Venezuela.svg Miku Bengaluru

End-of-season awards

AwardPlayerClub
Hero of the League Flag of India.svg Sunil Chhetri Bengaluru
Emerging Player of the League Flag of India.svg Lalruatthara Kerala Blasters
Golden Glove Flag of India.svg Subrata Pal Jamshedpur
Winning Pass Award Flag of India.svg Udanta Singh Bengaluru
Golden Boot Flag of Spain.svg Coro Goa
Fittest Player of the League Flag of Spain.svg Iñigo Calderón Chennaiyin
Best Pitch of the Season
Delhi Dynamos

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