Last season’s runners-up Kerala Blasters host East Bengal FC at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Kochi when 2022-23 Indian Super League will kick off on October 7.
Bringing the ISL in line with the top global football leagues, between Thursday and Sunday Matches are scheduled.
In April The ISL will be followed by the Super Cup.
After a gap of two seasons the upcoming season will see fans back in the stadiums. The ISL has created a fixture list with matches taking place on weekends, to further make it convenient for families to attend and more fans and watch their teams in action.
League organisers Football Sports Development Limited (FSDL) have also introduced a new playoff format for the league, this season onwards, adding two exciting matches into the calendar.
At the end of the league stage the top two teams will automatically qualify for the semi-finals.
Jamshedpur FC are in action two days later, league Shield Winners in 2021-22, on October 11 at the JRD Tata Sports Complex against Odisha FC.
On October 29 and February 25 next year fans can watch India’s biggest derby between ATK Mohun Bagan and East Bengal FC, to be played at the iconic Vivekananda Yuvabharati Krirangan in Kolkata.