ISL 2021-22 kicks off on November 19, Goa hosts Indian Super League: Report
Goa will once again host the new season of the Indian Super League or ISL 2021-22. The race will take place in a safe bubble in the midst of the prevailing situation of COVID-19 in India. Last season, games were held at Tilak Maidan Stadium, GMC Athletic Stadium and Stator Fatorda.
“We will use the same places we had last season.” This was stated by the Secretary General of the Football Federation of India (AIFF) Kushal Das Sportstar.
The report goes on to add that between ISL and I-League clubs, the Super Cup will not be a knockout match.
“Given the current situation, the Super Cup can not be held earlier” he added.
This is the second time the Super Cup has been canceled due to COVID-19. The race goes on behind the scenes behind closed doors. Mumbai City FC won the title in a previous edition that lasted for five months.
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