Indian Super League upcoming edition to be Telecasted and Live Streamed in 82 Territories Worldwide

Indian Super League

The seventh edition of India’s prime football league which is all set to start from 20th November 2020 will be telecasting matches across 82 territories worldwide. Acknowledging the love and support of all football fans globally, ISL will be telecasting matches internationally through 5 platforms which will include TV as well as digital medium.

The league which has grown from strength to strength over the years has signed an agreement with global broadcasters to bring live actions to all Indian football fans living in foreign countries. This year broadcasting of ISL matches will not be limited to International markets like USA and Australia but will also showcase live-action to people living in Continental Europe, Central Asia Far East, South East Asia, and Asia Pacific.

However all the matches of ISL will be played in Goa across three venues in closed doors where 115 games will be played between 11 teams with the inclusion two great Kolkata teams ATK Mohun Bagan and SC East Bengal.

All the matches in India will be officially broadcasted on Star Network which includes Star Sports 1 SD & HD, Star Sports 2 SD & HD (English); Star Sports Hindi 1 SD & HD, Star Sports 3, Star Gold 2 (Hindi), Asianet Plus, Asianet Movies (Malayalam); Star Sports Bangla; Star Sports Kannada; Star Sports Tamil; Star Sports Telugu and Star Sports Marathi. All the live streaming of these matches in India can be seen from Disney+Hotstar and JioTv app. The first match of the tournament will be played between Kerala Blasters FC and ATK Mohun Bagan FC where the latter has an edge over the former considering the strength and weakness of both teams.

Indian Super League has given huge platform for budding footballers to share the dressing room with International superstars like Sunil Chhetri, David Williams and Sandesh Jhingan and learn the nuances of football to a great extent. This league in a way will benefit Indian aspiring footballers to develop their skills by competing against the best in the business.