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Ranti Martins is both currently the holders of the most golden boot titles with five golden boots. Along with Odafa Onyeka Okolie, the two Nigerians make up the eight golden boots won by Nigerians, the most of any nationality in the league. ^ a b c Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the league was suspended after 14 March 2020. Only champions were awarded and remaining prize money in the league was equally divided among the remaining participating clubs and no individual prize money was also not awarded.  However, Aser Pierrick Dipanda of Minerva Punjab scored the highest number of goals, having scored 12 goals in 15 matches; whereas, Rochharzela of Aizawl scored 6 goals in 15 matches, highest among Indians.  Awards The trophy The I-League has only been awarding a proper trophy to the champion since 2013 when the 2012–13 season champions, Churchill Brothers, won the league.
 Performance by clubs Titles Winning seasons Runners-up seasons Third place seasons 2008–09, 2012–13 2007–08, 2009–10, 2014–15, 2019–20 2008–09, 2015–16, 2016–17 2010–11, 2011–12, 2013–14, 2012–13, 2015–16, 2016–17 Stats and players Individual game highest attendance records Rank Home team Score Away team Attendance Date 1–0 90, 000 Salt Lake Stadium 20 November 2011 0–1 24 November 2013 2–1 63, 756 Salt lake Stadium 19 January 2020 1–1 63, 342 26 January 2016 57, 780 28 March 2015 Seasonal statistics Total goals Matches played Average per game 226 2. 51 318 2. 41 486 2. 67 489 2. 69 521 2. 88 530 2. 91 402 156 2. 47 280 2.
In 2008 Dempo managed to reach the semi-finals of the AFC Cup before being defeated by Al-Safa of Lebanon.  East Bengal also managed to reach the semi-finals in 2013 before being knocked-out by Kuwait.  Bengaluru is the only I-League club to reach the AFC Cup Final in 2016 but lost to Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya of Iraq.  However, in the AFC Champions League, no I-League club has ever managed to make it past the qualifiers.  AFC Cup AFC Champions League Group stage Play-off Round Semi-finals Round of 16 DNP Qualifying Round 1 Preliminary Round 1 Preliminary Round 2 Inter-zone finals Group Stage Inter-zone semi-finals Cancelled ATK Mohun Bagan See also Indian football league system Football in India History of Indian football List of football clubs in India 2021–23 Indian football club competition play-offs for AFC IFA Shield References ^ "New roadmap for Indian football proposes Hero ISL as premier league".
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I-League for past two seasons was showcased on Star Sports. However, as per the request of the I-League clubs, the AIFF and FSDL (Football Sports Development Limited) negotiated the deal with the new broadcast partner providing exclusive rights for on-air and digital content.  2007 – 2017 Since 2007 the I-League has managed to find a way to be telecast, which is drastic in increasing the profile and popularity of the league. Before the inaugural 2007–08 season, the All India Football Federation reached a deal with Zee Sports to broadcast 45 of the 90 matches that season with TEN Sports broadcasting 15 matches in the inaugural season.
 The majority of clubs in the league rely on main sponsors the fund the team through a season at least. This is mainly due to the fact that clubs in the I-League do not rely on income from merchandise sales or ticket sales and that television revenue goes directly to the All India Football Federation instead of the clubs.  Currently, attendance in the I-League is suffering as the 2013–14 season only averaged 5, 618 per game.  Mohun Bagan averaged the most spectators that season with an average of 17, 068 while Shillong Lajong ended up being the only other I-League club to finish with an average attendance over 10, 000 when the finished at 11, 308 per game.
| Photo Credit: PTI The Durand Cup 2022 edition will kick off on August 16 with defending champion FC Goa playing against Mohammedan SC. The Durand Cup 2022 edition will kick off on August 16 with defending champion FC Goa playing against Mohammedan SC at the Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan in Kolkata. Indian Super League champion Hyderabad FC, which is in Group C, will start its campaign against TRAU FC on August 22 at the Khuman Lampak Stadium in Imphal. Follow Durand Cup live here: Jamshedpur FC vs Bengaluru FC live score: Sunil Chhetri startsThe Durand Cup committee announced a change in the fixtures of its 131st edition of the tournament by shifting the Kolkata derby to August 28. The match was originally scheduled to start the tournament on August 16, which now will have Mohammedan Sporting taking on FC Goa in a group-A contest on the same day. ATK Mohun Bagan will meet Emami East Bengal on August 28 in the rescheduled fixtures.
Ambedkar Stadium Anuj Gupta and Vijay Hakari 2014 2020– 8th, 2020–21 TRAU FC TRAU Football Club Pvt. Ltd. 1954 2019 3rd, 2020–21 All-time points table The following is a list of clubs who have played in the I-League at any time since its formation in 2007 to the current season. Teams playing in the 2021-22 I-League season are indicated in bold. A total of 36 teams have played in the I-League.
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Hero of the League Bidyashagar Singh Marcus Joseph Syed Abdul Rahim Award 2008–09 Dave Booth 2009–10 2010–11 2011–12 Trevor Morgan 2012–13 Derrick Pereira 2013–14 2017–18 Gift Raikhan 2018–19 2020–21 Emerging Player of the Season Position Baljit Sahni Forward Joaquim Abranches Jeje Lalpekhlua Pailan Arrows Manandeep Singh Alwyn George Midfielder Udanta Singh Winger Jerry Lalrinzuala Left Back Samuel Lalmuanpuia 2018–19 Phrangi Buam Emil Benny Jiteshwor Singh Foreign Player of the Year Odafe Onyeka Okolie Beto 2011–12 Ranti Martins Darryl Duffy Indian Player of the Season Mohammed Rafi Mehtab Hossain Syed Nabi Defender Lenny Rodrigues Balwant Singh Fans' Player of the Year 2008–09 Subrata Pal Goalkeeper Francis Fernandes Zohib Islam Amiri Boithang Haokip I-League clubs in Asia Traditionally, I-League clubs have done particularly well in the AFC Cup.
 Before 2013 the I-League champions received a basic trophy.  The new trophy was designed in Europe and is modeled along the lines of the champion trophies in the top European leagues.  Regarding the trophy, the AIFF general secretary, Kushal Das, said "It is the endeavour of AIFF to practice the best principles of other leagues and accordingly we thought to create a more contemporary look to the I-League trophy in line with trophies given in European leagues".  Season awards End of season I-League awards were previously conducted by the Football Players' Association of India and All India Football Federation since 2008–09 season. Currently the awards include the Hero of the league, the golden boot, the golden glove, the best head coach (Syed Abdul Rahim Award), the best defender (Jarnail Singh Award), the best midfielder and the emerging player of the league, all of which are sponsored by Hero.
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14 crore (US$140, 000) Mumbai City Pedro Manzi ₹1 crore (US$130, 000) Albirex Niigata Eugeneson Lyngdoh ₹90 lakh (US$110, 000) Pune City Top scorers Season after season, players in the I-League compete for the golden boot title, which is awarded at the end of each season to the top scorer throughout the entire season. The most recent winner of the golden boot is Bidyashagar Singh, who won the golden boot at the end of the 2020–21 season after scoring 12 goals.
 Then, on 22 February, it was announced that the same twelve I-League clubs that attended the meeting would not be signing the AFC–licensing papers needed to play in the I-League.  The reasoning for this was because the I-League clubs were not happy over the fact that IMG-Reliance had so far done nothing to promote the I-League and that they demanded the I-League be made a separate entity from both the AIFF and IMG-Reliance.
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