After years of wrangling, a new roadmap has established the new Indian Super League as the top tier of Indian football ahead of the older I-League. But while the relatively glamorous competition has already improved Indian football off the pitch, there are major challenges ahead as clubs who participate continue to suffer financial losses and big clubs on the outside are yet to commit. John Duerden reports.
The merger of Kolkata-based Indian football clubs ATK and Mohun Bagan to form a new team playing in the Indian Super League has been confirmed
Two leading Indian football teams from Kolkata, the I-League's Mohun Bagan and the Indian Super League's ATK, are to merge and play in the Indian Super League, according to media reports
Digital sports content platform FanCode has agreed a multi-year rights deal to Indian club football competition the I-League
The All India Football Federation's Super Cup, which for the past two years has pitted I-League teams against Indian Super League teams, has been paused as part of the wider overhaul of the country's …