The Indian Super league will make a comeback amidst the coronavirus pandemic behind closed doors.
The Indian Super League will follow the footsteps of the top leagues around the globe and will be a closed door affair due to the the Coronavirus pandemic. According to sources the board has shortlisted 4 venues to host the upcoming season namely Goa, Northeast, Kolkata and Kerala.
With Northeast and Kolkata all set to host the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup Earlier next Year, either Kerala or Goa will likely be the destination.
Taking a cue from the England-West Indies Test series, it was decided during the meeting that the teams will stay put in a bio-secure environment.
To boast the participation of Indian Players, The Indian Super League announced some changes in the foreign players policy. The foreign players regulation will be implemented from the 2021-22 season.
This rule will allow all the clubs to sign a maximum of 6 foreigners and field 4 of them in the starting XI. This will surely be a great step ahead for the future of Indian Football. A lot of Indian stars will emerge and our quality will improve due to this in the mean time.