The 2019–20 Indian Super League season was the sixth season of the Indian Super League, one of the top Indian professional football leagues. The regular season began on 20 October 2019 and concluded on 14 March 2020.
|Dates||20 October 2019 – 14 March 2020|
3rd ISL title
1st Indian title
|League Winners Shield||Goa|
|AFC Champions League||Goa|
|AFC Cup||ATK (qualified but not didn't participate due to disbanding)[note1]|
|Goals scored||294 (3.09 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Bartholomew Ogbeche|
(15 goals each)
|Best goalkeeper||Gurpreet Singh Sandhu|
(122.14 mins per goal)
|Biggest home win||ATK 5–0 Hyderabad|
(25 October 2019)
|Biggest away win||Jamshedpur 0–5 Goa|
(19 February 2020)
|Highest scoring||Kerala Blasters 3–6 Chennaiyin|
(1 February 2020)
|Longest winning run||Goa|
|Longest unbeaten run||Chennaiyin|
|Longest winless run||Hyderabad|
|Longest losing run||Hyderabad|
ATK 3–1 Bengaluru
(8 March 2020)
NorthEast United 0–0 Kerala Blasters
(7 February 2020)
|Total attendance||1,219,462[note 1]|
Bengaluru were the defending champions, having won their maiden Indian Super League title by defeating Goa 1–0 in the 2018–19 final. However, both teams were knocked out in the semi-finals, with Bengaluru losing 3–2 on aggregate to ATK and Goa losing 6–5 on aggregate to Chennaiyin. On 14 March 2020, ATK beat Chennaiyin 3–1 in the final, becoming the first club to win three ISL titles.
On 29 November 2019, the AFC association ranking confirmed India's group stage spot in the 2021 AFC Champions League. As winners of the regular season, FC Goa took that spot along with the inaugural League Winners Shield trophy.
Stadiums and locations Edit
|ATK||West Bengal||Kolkata||Salt Lake Stadium||85,000|
|Bengaluru||Karnataka||Bengaluru||Sree Kanteerava Stadium||25,810|
|Chennaiyin||Tamil Nadu||Chennai||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium||20,075|
|Hyderabad||Telangana||Hyderabad||G. M. C. Balayogi Athletic Stadium||30,000|
|Jamshedpur||Jharkhand||Jamshedpur||JRD Tata Sports Complex||24,424|
|Kerala Blasters||Kerala||Kochi||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium||40,000|
|Mumbai City||Maharashtra||Mumbai||Mumbai Football Arena||7,790|
|NorthEast United||Assam||Guwahati||Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium||23,627|
Personnel and sponsorship Edit
|Team||Head coach||Captain||Kit manufacturer||Shirt sponsor|
|ATK||Antonio Lopez Habas||Roy Krishna||Nivia Sports|
|Bengaluru||Carles Cuadrat||Sunil Chettri||Puma||Kia Motors|
|Chennaiyin||Owen Coyle||Lucian Goian||Performax||Apollo Tyres|
|Goa||Clifford Miranda||Mandar Rao Desai||T10 Sports||Adda52|
|Hyderabad||Albert Roca||Marcelinho||Reyaur Sports|
|Jamshedpur||Antonio Iriondo||Tiri||Nivia Sports||Tata Steel|
|Kerala Blasters||Eelco Schattorie||Bartholomew Ogbeche||Reyaur Sports||Muthoot Group|
|Mumbai City||Jorge Costa||Amrinder Singh||Sqad Gear||SportsAdda|
|NorthEast United||Robert Jarni||José David Leudo||Performax||Federal Bank|
|Odisha||Josep Gombau||Marcos Tébar||TYKA Sports||Odisha Tourism|
Head coaching changes Edit
|Team||Outgoing coach||Manner of departure||Date of vacancy||Position in table||Incoming coach||Date of appointment|
|ATK||Steve Coppell||End of contract||30 April 2019||Pre-season||Antonio López Habas||3 May 2019|
|Kerala Blasters||Nelo Vingada||17 March 2019||Eelco Schattorie||19 May 2019|
|Jamshedpur||César Ferrando||5 April 2019||Antonio Iriondo||26 July 2019|
|NorthEast United||Eelco Schattorie||19 May 2019||Robert Jarni||5 August 2019|
|Chennaiyin||John Gregory||Sacked||30 Nov 2019||8th||Owen Coyle||4 Dec 2019|
|Hyderabad||Phil Brown||11 January 2020||10th||Xavier Gurri López||15 January 2020|
|Goa||Sergio Lobera||Mutual Consent||1 February 2020||1st||Clifford Miranda||3 February 2020|
|NorthEast United||Robert Jarni||Sacked||11 February 2020||9th||Khalid Jamil||11 February 2020|
Roster changes Edit
Foreign players Edit
The number of foreign players allowed in the squad is maximum seven and a minimum of six. However, the maximum number of foreign players allowed on the pitch is five.
Regular season Edit
League table Edit
|1||Goa||18||12||3||3||46||23||+23||39||Premiers and Qualification for 2021 AFC Champions League group stage and ISL playoffs|
|2||ATK (C)||18||10||4||4||33||16||+17||34||Advance to ISL playoffs[Note 1]|
|3||Bengaluru||18||8||6||4||22||13||+9||30||Qualification for 2021 AFC Cup play-off round and ISL playoffs[Note 1]|
|4||Chennaiyin||18||8||5||5||32||24||+8||29||Advance to ISL playoffs|
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
- Note 1: Originally, Mohun Bagan, the 2019–20 I-League champions (they were already assured of the title before the league was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in India), would qualify as India 2 (2021 AFC Cup group stage), and ATK, the 2019–20 Indian Super League playoffs winners, would qualify as India 3 (2021 AFC Cup qualifying play-offs). However, ATK owners KGSPL ceased their football operation and bought majority stakes in Mohun Bagan FC (India) Private Limited and rebranded Mohun Bagan football team as ATK Mohun Bagan FC from the 2020–21 Indian Super League season which qualified as India 2 in 2021 AFC club competition. The All India Football Federation decided that Bengaluru FC, the 2019–20 Indian Super League regular season 3rd place (behind FC Goa, which qualified for the 2021 AFC Champions League, and ATK), will qualify as India 3.
|Team 1||Agg.Tooltip Aggregate score||Team 2||1st leg||2nd leg|
Season statistics Edit
Top scorers Edit
Top Indian scorers Edit
- Result column shows goal tally of player's team first.
|1||Bartholomew Ogbeche||Kerala Blasters||Chennaiyin||3–6 (A)||1 February 2020|||
|2||Roy Krishna||ATK||Odisha||3–1 (H)||8 February 2020|||
|3||Manuel Onwu||Odisha||Kerala Blasters||4–4 (H)||23 February 2020|||
(H) – Home team
(A) – Away team
|Jessel Carneiro||Kerala Blasters|
|4||Amrinder Singh||Mumbai City||4|
|Subhasish Roy||NorthEast United|
|8||Rehenesh TP||Kerala Blasters||2|
|10||Bilal Khan||Kerala Blasters||1|
- Most yellow cards: 7
- Most red cards: 1
- Dimple Bhagat (Hyderabad)
- Abdul Hakku (Kerala Blasters)
- Sourav Das (Mumbai City)
- Jitendra Singh (Jamshedpur)
- Tondonba Singh (Chennaiyin)
- Bikash Jairu (Jamshedpur)
- Souvik Chakrabarti (Mumbai City)
- Saviour Gama (Goa)
- Sahil Panwar (Hyderabad)
- Sarthak Golui (Mumbai City)
- José David Leudo (NorthEast United)
- Seiminlen Doungel (Goa)
- Thoi Singh (Chennaiyin)
- Vinit Rai (Odisha)
- Carlos Delgado (Odisha)
- Farukh Choudhary (Jamshedpur)
- Reagan Singh (NorthEast United)
- Ahmed Jahouh (Goa)
- Nishu Kumar (Bengaluru)
- Eli Sabiá (Chennaiyin)
- Mourtada Fall (Goa)
- Edwin Sydney Vanspaul (Chennaiyin)
Average home attendances Edit
- As of 8 March 2020
|NorthEast United||9 [a]||74,280||17,942||1000||8,253|
- NorthEast United Last home matches attendance Data not Published.
- Odisha's first three home matches were not held at Kalinga Stadium.
- Attendance of the second home match for Odisha which was not played at the Kalinga Stadium.
Hero of the Match Edit
|Match||Hero of the Match||Match||Hero of the Match||Match||Hero of the Match|
|Match 1||Bartholomew Ogbeche||Kerala Blasters||Match 33||David Williams||ATK||Match 65||Nerijus Valskis||Chennaiyin|
|Match 2||Raphael Augusto||Bengaluru||Match 34||Chinglensana Singh||Goa||Match 66||Adil Khan||Hyderabad|
|Match 3||Farukh Choudhary||Jamshedpur||Match 35||Farukh Choudhary||Jamshedpur||Match 67||Hugo Boumous||Goa|
|Match 4||Seriton Fernandes||Goa||Match 36||Jerry Mawihmingthanga||Odisha||Match 68||Balwant Singh||ATK|
|Match 5||Amine Chermiti||Mumbai City||Match 37||Raphaël Messi Bouli||Kerala Blasters||Match 69||Jackichand Singh||Goa|
|Match 6||David Williams||ATK||Match 38||Mourtada Fall||Goa||Match 70||Nishu Kumar||Bengaluru|
|Match 7||Asamoah Gyan||NorthEast United||Match 39||Rowllin Borges||Mumbai City||Match 71||Diego Carlos||Mumbai City|
|Match 8||Sarthak Golui||Mumbai City||Match 40||Juanan||Bengaluru||Match 72||Lallianzuala Chhangte||Chennaiyin|
|Match 9||Udanta Singh||Bengaluru||Match 41||Paulo Machado||Mumbai City||Match 73||Roy Krishna||ATK|
|Match 10||Farukh Choudhary||Jamshedpur||Match 42||Lallianzuala Chhangte||Chennaiyin||Match 74||Hugo Boumous||Goa|
|Match 11||David Williams||ATK||Match 43||Bobô||Hyderabad||Match 75||Diego Carlos||Mumbai City|
|Match 12||Jerry Mawihmingthanga||Odisha||Match 44||Ferrán Corominas||Goa||Match 76||Lalengmawia||NorthEast|
|Match 13||Redeem Tlang||NorthEast United||Match 45||David Williams||ATK||Match 77||Roy Krishna||ATK|
|Match 14||Marcelinho||Hyderabad||Match 46||Ahmed Jahouh||Goa||Match 78||Rafael Crivellaro||Chennaiyin|
|Match 15||Subrata Pal||Jamshedpur||Match 47||Aridane Santana||Odisha||Match 79||José David Leudo||NorthEast|
|Match 16||Maximiliano Barreiro||NorthEast United||Match 48||Mario Arqués||Kerala Blasters||Match 80||Ferrán Corominas||Goa|
|Match 17||Lenny Rodrigues||Goa||Match 49||Modou Sougou||Mumbai City||Match 81||Liston Colaco||Hyderabad|
|Match 18||Sergio Cidoncha||Kerala Blasters||Match 50||Sunil Chhetri||Bengaluru||Match 82||Xisco Hernández||Odisha|
|Match 19||Roy Krishna||ATK||Match 51||Sumit Rathi||ATK||Match 83||Bartholomew Ogbeche||Kerala|
|Match 20||Erik Paartalu||Bengaluru||Match 52||Bartholomew Ogbeche||Kerala Blasters||Match 84||Edwin Vanspaul||Chennaiyin|
|Match 21||Sunil Chhetri||Bengaluru||Match 53||Vinit Rai||Odisha||Match 85||Hugo Boumous||Goa|
|Match 22||Aridane Santana||Odisha||Match 54||Lenny Rodrigues||Goa||Match 86||Liston Colaco||Hyderabad|
|Match 23||Anirudh Thapa||Chennaiyin||Match 55||Ashique Kuruniyan||Bengaluru||Match 87||Lucian Goian||Chennaiyin|
|Match 24||Sergio Castel||Jamshedpur||Match 56||Nerijus Valskis||Chennaiyin||Match 88||Edu García||ATK|
|Match 25||Asamoah Gyan||NorthEast United||Match 57||Aridane Santana||Odisha||Match 89||Manuel Onwu||Odisha|
|Match 26||Nerijus Valskis||Chennaiyin||Match 58||Halicharan Narzary||Kerala Blasters||Match 90||Martín Cháves||NorthEast|
|Match 27||Robin Singh||Hyderabad||Match 59||Aridane Santana||Odisha||Match 91 (SF)||Anirudh Thapa||Chennaiyin|
|Match 28||Sèrge Kevyn||Mumbai City||Match 60||Rafael Crivellaro||Chennaiyin||Match 92 (SF)||Erik Paartalu||Bengaluru|
|Match 29||Lenny Rodrigues||Goa||Match 61||Rowllin Borges||Mumbai City||Match 93 (SF)||Mourtada Fall||Goa|
|Match 30||Farukh Choudhary||Jamshedpur||Match 62||Pritam Kotal||ATK||Match 94 (SF)||Prabir Das||ATK|
|Match 31||Gurpreet Singh Sandhu||Bengaluru||Match 63||Sergio Castel||Jamshedpur||Match 95 (F)||Arindam Bhattacharya||ATK|
|Match 32||Jeakson Singh||Kerala||Match 64||Erik Paartalu||Bengaluru||Source:|
ISL Emerging Player of the Match Edit
|Match||Emerging Player of the Match||Match||Emerging Player of the Match||Match||Emerging Player of the Match|
|Match 1||Jeakson Singh||Kerala Blasters||Match 33||Lalthathanga Khawlhring||NorthEast United||Match 65||Laldinliana Renthlei||Chennaiyin|
|Match 2||Nishu Kumar||Bengaluru||Match 34||Ashish Rai||Hyderabad||Match 66||Sourav Das||Mumbai City|
|Match 3||Jerry Mawihmingthanga||Odisha||Match 35||Lallianzuala Chhangte||Chennaiyin||Match 67||Mohammad Rakip||Kerala Blasters|
|Match 4||Mohammad Nawaz||Goa||Match 36||Rohit Kumar||Hyderabad||Match 68||Lalengmawia||NorthEast United|
|Match 5||Prasanth Karuthadathkuni||Kerala Blasters||Match 37||Sahal Abdul Samad||Kerala Blasters||Match 69||Gaurav Bora||Odisha|
|Match 6||Michael Soosairaj||ATK||Match 38||Salam Ranjan Singh||ATK||Match 70||Mohammad Yasir||Hyderabad|
|Match 7||Redeem Tlang||NorthEast United||Match 39||Bipin Singh||Mumbai City||Match 71||Lalengmawia||NorthEast United|
|Match 8||Lallianzuala Chhangte||Chennaiyin||Match 40||Lalengmawia||NorthEast United||Match 72||Jerry Lalrinzuala||Chennaiyin|
|Match 9||Ashique Kuruniyan||Bengaluru||Match 41||Farukh Choudhary||Jamshedpur||Match 73||Aniket Jadhav||Jamshedpur|
|Match 10||Aniket Jadhav||Jamshedpur||Match 42||Lallianzuala Chhangte||Chennaiyin||Match 74||Sahil Panwar||Hyderabad|
|Match 11||Lallianzuala Chhangte||Chennaiyin||Match 43||Rohit Kumar||Hyderabad||Match 75||Bidyananda Singh||Mumbai City|
|Match 12||Nanda Kumar Sekar||Odisha||Match 44||Shubham Sarangi||Odisha||Match 76||Lalruatthara||Kerala Blasters|
|Match 13||Redeem Tlang||NorthEast United||Match 45||Sumit Rathi||ATK||Match 77||Sumit Rathi||ATK|
|Match 14||Rahul K. P.||Kerala Blasters||Match 46||Seriton Fernandes||Goa||Match 78||Ashique Kuruniyan||Bengaluru|
|Match 15||Mobashir Rahman||Jamshedpur||Match 47||Shubham Sarangi||Odisha||Match 79||Redeem Tlang||NorthEast United|
|Match 16||Mohammad Yasir||Hyderabad||Match 48||Rakesh Pradhan||NorthEast United||Match 80||Bipin Singh||Mumbai City|
|Match 17||Sarthak Golui||Mumbai City||Match 49||Ashish Rai||Hyderabad||Match 81||Liston Colaco||Hyderabad|
|Match 18||Rahul K. P.||Kerala Blasters||Match 50||Nishu Kumar||Bengaluru||Match 82||Nim Dorjee||NorthEast United|
|Match 19||Isaac Vanmalsawma||Jamshedpur||Match 51||Michael Soosairaj||ATK||Match 83||Suresh Wangjam||Bengaluru|
|Match 20||Ashique Kuruniyan||Bengaluru||Match 52||Mohammad Rakip||Kerala Blasters||Match 84||Jerry Lalrinzuala||Chennaiyin|
|Match 21||Mohammad Rakip||Kerala Blasters||Match 53||Jerry Mawihmingthanga||Odisha||Match 85||Amarjit Kiyam||Jamshedpur|
|Match 22||Shubham Sarangi||Odisha||Match 54||Mohammad Nawaz||Goa||Match 86||Mohammad Yasir||Hyderabad|
|Match 23||Vishal Kaith||Chennaiyin||Match 55||Ashique Kuruniyan||Bengaluru||Match 87||Laldinliana Renthlei||Chennaiyin|
|Match 24||Jitendra Singh||Jamshedpur||Match 56||Lallianzuala Chhangte||Chennaiyin||Match 88||Leon Augustine||Bengaluru|
|Match 25||Rakesh Pradhan||NorthEast United||Match 57||Jerry Mawihmingthanga||Odisha||Match 89||Jerry Mawihmingthanga||Odisha|
|Match 26||Shubham Sarangi||Odisha||Match 58||Abdul Hakku||Kerala Blasters||Match 90||Redeem Tlang||NorthEast|
|Match 27||Ashique Kuruniyan||Bengaluru||Match 59||Jerry Mawihmingthanga||Odisha||Match 91 (SF)||Jerry Lalrinzuala||Chennaiyin|
|Match 28||Pratik Chaudhari||Mumbai City||Match 60||Vishal Kaith||Chennaiyin||Match 92 (SF)||Suresh Singh Wangjam||Bengaluru|
|Match 29||Mohammad Rakip||Kerala Blasters||Match 61||Sourav Das||Mumbai City||Match 93 (SF)||Jerry Lalrinzuala||Chennaiyin|
|Match 30||Narender Gahlot||Jamshedpur||Match 62||Sumit Rathi||ATK||Match 94 (SF)||Ashique Kuruniyan||Bengaluru|
|Match 31||Vinit Rai||Odisha||Match 63||Amarjit Singh Kiyam||Jamshedpur||Match 95 (F)||Sumit Rathi||ATK|
|Match 32||Jeakson Singh||Kerala||Match 64||Ashique Kuruniyan||Bengaluru||Source:|
Season awards Edit
|Hero of the League||Hugo Boumous||Goa|
|Golden Boot||Nerijus Valskis||Chennaiyin|
|Golden Glove||Gurpreet Singh Sandhu||Bengaluru|
|Winning Pass of the League||Hugo Boumous||Goa|
|ISL Emerging Player of the League||Sumit Rathi||ATK|
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