After a successfull ISL Season 1, football fans in india were eagerly looking forward for the excitement to cheer their home clubs and hero's .The moment we’ve all been waiting for has finally arrived. A galaxy of stars are expected to descend upon the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Marina-Arena in Chennai on Saturday, 3rd October to witness the Hero ISL 2015 Opening Ceremony followed by the season’s first ‘Big Clash’ between the hosts Chennaiyin FC and defending champions Atletico de Kolkata.
Over the last few months Indian football market witnessed hectic negotiations among clubs officials and Indian players – for retention and signings from open market for players who played in the inaugural season of Hero ISL but were not in their club’s retention list.Football Sports Development Limited – the promoting body with a joint venture between IMG, Reliance Industries and Star India had announced a retention quota of minimum of one and maximum six Indian players. Thus encouraging franchises to reward their best domestic players with retention contracts and continuity with the club.A total of 41 Indian players have been rewarded with retention contracts by their respective Hero Indian Super League franchises.
Hero ISL Season 1 brought Indian football to the world stage with its high-quality football taking it right to the people of India. The 10-week football extravaganza recorded 1.58 million match attendance to witness the unrivalled footballing event unfold – achieving a rare feat of League becoming the fourth largest attended football event in the world.The inaugural seasonwas watched by a record 429 million viewers on TV throughout the country, being broadcast Live by Star India in five language across eight channels.
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Live streaming of the matches also available for the fans around the world.