All India Football Federation (AIFF)

The Asian Football Confederation has backed making the Indian Super League the country's top football league from 2019-20, and a process to merge the I-League into it by 2024-25

Fifa considers India “the next nut to crack” in terms of football’s sporting and commercial development in Asia, the confederation’s chief commercial officer Philippe Le Floc’h has said. Le Fl

All India Football Federation president Praful Patel has promised I-League clubs he will approach the Asian Football Confederation to allow them to co-exist with the Indian Super League for the next two…

The All India Football Federation will officially make the Indian Super League the country's top football competition in July this year, a mantle it will take over from the I-League

All India Football Federation general secretary Kushal Das has claimed that the country’s two rival football leagues will merge within five years.

The operators of the Indian Super League (ISL) have struck a strategic partnership with the English Premier League (EPL) that will aim to develop the new club football tournament.

The much-hyped Indian Super League (ISL) took another major step towards its launch on Sunday as the likes of Spanish Liga club Atletico Madrid, cricket legends Sachin Tendulkar (pictured) and Sourav Ganguly and Bollywood stars were confirmed as owners of the eight teams that will compete in the new football competition.

IMG-Reliance, commercial and marketing partner of the All India Football Federation (AIFF), has launched a tender process for acquisition of franchises for the delayed Indian Super League (ISL) project.

The All India Football Federation has “put in a request” to host the 2015 Fifa Club World Cup, according to president Praful Patel.

The inaugural season of the Indian Super League, the proposed IMG-Reliance football tournament, has postponed its start by eight months.

The All India Football Federation (AIFF) alongside commercial partner IMG-Reliance and TV network Star India have launched the new football Indian Super League.

All India Football Federation (AIFF) president Praful Patel believes the new Indian Premier League (IPL)-style football tournament will not affect its existing I-League.

The All India Football Federation (AIFF) has revealed that the franchise Mumbai Tigers has withdrawn from the I-League's top-flight, and has opted to play in the second division ahead of the upcoming season.