2015 Indian Super League season

The 2015 Hero Indian Super League was the 2nd season of the Indian Super League, a professional football league played in India since 2014. The season features eight teams. The regular season kicked off on 3 October and ended on 6 December, while the finals began on 11 December, which will conclude with the final match on 20 December.[1] The defending champions Atlético de Kolkata were eliminated in the semi-finals by Chennaiyin FC. The final was played between Goa and Chennaiyin on 20 December 2015 at the Fatorda Stadium in Goa. Chennayin were crowned as champions defeating Goa 3-2 in the final.[2][3]

Indian Super League
Season2015
ChampionsChennaiyin
(1st title)
Matches played61
Goals scored186 (3.05 per match)
Top goalscorerStiven Mendoza
(13 goals)
Biggest home winGoa 7–0 Mumbai City
(17 November)
Biggest away winKerala Blasters 1–5 Goa
(29 November)
Highest scoringGoa 7–0 Mumbai City
(17 November)
Longest winning runChennaiyin
(5 games)
Longest unbeaten runAtlético de Kolkata, Delhi Dynamos, Chennaiyin
(5 games)
Longest winless runPune City
(8 games)
Longest losing runKerala Blasters, Pune City
(4 games)
Highest attendance68,340
Atlético de Kolkata 2-1 Chennaiyin
(16 December)
Lowest attendance7,965
Chennaiyin 3-0 Atletico de Kolkata
(12 December) (played in Pune)
Total attendance1,653,808
Average attendance27,111
2014
2016

Teams

Stadiums and locations

Team City/State Stadium Capacity
Atlético de Kolkata Kolkata, West Bengal Salt Lake Stadium 68,000
Chennaiyin Chennai, Tamil Nadu Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium 40,000
Delhi Dynamos Delhi Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium 60,000
Goa Margao, Goa Fatorda Stadium 19,500
Kerala Blasters Kochi, Kerala Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium 60,000
Mumbai City Mumbai, Maharashtra DY Patil Stadium 55,000
NorthEast United Guwahati, Assam Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium 35,000
Pune City Pune, Maharashtra Balewadi Stadium 12,000

Personnel and sponsorship

Team Head coach Captains Kit manufacture Shirt sponsors
Atlético de Kolkata Spain Antonio López Habas Spain Borja Fernandez Nivia Birla Tyres
Chennaiyin Italy Marco Materazzi Brazil Elano Blumer TYKA Ozone Group
Delhi Dynamos Brazil Roberto Carlos Netherlands Hans Mulder Puma EKANA Sportz City
Goa Brazil Zico Brazil Lúcio Adidas Prime Markets
Kerala Blasters Republic of Ireland Terry Phelan England Peter Ramage Puma Muthoot Group
Mumbai City France Nicolas Anelka Haiti Frantz Bertin Puma ACE Group
NorthEast United Venezuela César Farías France Cédric Hengbart Performax HTC
Pune City England David Platt Ivory Coast Didier Zokora Adidas Fair and Handsome

Head coaching changes

Team Outgoing coach Manner of departure Date of vacancy Position in table Incoming coach Date of appointment
Kerala Blasters England David James Contract finished 20 December 2014 Pre-Season England Peter Taylor 9 May 2015[4]
Pune City Italy Franco Colomba Contract finished 20 December 2014 England David Platt 27 May 2015[5]
NorthEast United New Zealand Ricki Herbert Contract finished 20 December 2014 Venezuela César Farías 1 July 2015[6]
Mumbai City England Peter Reid Contract finished 20 December 2014 France Nicolas Anelka 3 July 2015[7]
Delhi Dynamos Netherlands Harm van Veldhoven Contract finished 20 December 2014 Brazil Roberto Carlos 5 July 2015[8]
Kerala Blasters England Peter Taylor Mutual consent 27 October 2015 8th England Trevor Morgan 27 October 2015[9]
Kerala Blasters England Trevor Morgan Interim manager 1 November 2015 8th Republic of Ireland Terry Phelan 1 November 2015[10]

Marquee players

Team Marquee
Atlético de Kolkata Portugal Hélder Postiga[11]
Chennaiyin Brazil Elano[12]
Delhi Dynamos Brazil Roberto Carlos
Goa Brazil Lúcio[13]
Kerala Blasters Spain Carlos Marchena[14]
Mumbai City France Nicolas Anelka[15]
NorthEast United Portugal Simão Sabrosa[16]
Pune City Romania Adrian Mutu[17]

Foreign players

Besides the marquee player, each Indian Super League side must sign at least eight foreign players with the maximum capped at 10.[18]

Atlético de Kolkata (10) Chennaiyin (10) Delhi Dynamos (10) Goa (9)
Serbia Dejan Lekić
Botswana Ofentse Nato
Spain Borja Fernández
Canada Iain Hume
Spain Jaime Gavilán
Spain Tiri
South Africa Sameehg Doutie
Spain Juan Calatayud
Cape Verde Valdo
Spain Jorge Alonso
France Bernard Mendy
Brazil Bruno Pelissari
Ethiopia Fikru Teferra
Armenia Apoula Edel
Brazil Éder
Brazil Raphael Augusto
Brazil Mailson Alves
Italy Manuele Blasi
Italy Alessandro Potenza
Colombia Stiven Mendoza
Netherlands Hans Mulder
Brazil Gustavo Marmentini
Brazil Chicão
France Florent Malouda
Norway John Arne Riise
England Adil Nabi
Spain Toni Doblas
Ghana Richard Gadze
Netherlands Serginho Greene
Brazil Vinícius
France Grégory Arnolin
Brazil Elinton Andrade
Brazil Reinaldo
Spain Jofre
Brazil Leo Moura
Brazil Jonatan Lucca
Nigeria Dudu Omagbemi
Brazil Luciano Sabrosa
Brazil Rafael Coelho
Kerala Blasters (10) Mumbai City (9) NorthEast United (10) Pune City (10)
Spain Pulga
England Chris Dagnall
Portugal João Coimbra
Brazil Bruno Perone
Brazil Rodrigo Arroz
England Peter Ramage
England Antonio German
Spain Josu
England Marcus Williams
England Stephen Bywater
Republic of Ireland Darren O'Dea
Spain Juan Aguilera
Haiti Sony Norde
Czech Republic Pavel Čmovš
Tunisia Selim Benachour
Haiti Frantz Bertin
Spain Cristian Bustos
France Frédéric Piquionne
Spain Aitor
France Cédric Hengbart
Spain Bruno
Portugal Silas
Senegal Diomansy Kamara
Argentina Nicolás Vélez
France Gennaro Bracigliano
Ghana Francis Dadzie
Cameroon André Bikey
Argentina Carlos Javier López
Senegal Victor Mendy
Costa Rica Yendrick Ruiz
England Steve Simonsen
England Nicky Shorey
Ivory Coast Didier Zokora
England James Bailey
Turkey Tuncay Şanlı
England Roger Johnson
Argentina Diego Colotto
Nigeria Kalu Uche
Netherlands Wesley Verhoek

League Points Table

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Goa 14 7 4 3 29 20 +9 25 2015 Indian Super League Semi-final
2 Atlético de Kolkata 14 7 2 5 26 17 +9 23
3 Chennaiyin 14 7 1 6 25 15 +10 22
4 Delhi Dynamos 14 6 4 4 18 20 −2 22
5 NorthEast United 14 6 2 6 18 23 −5 20
6 Mumbai City 14 4 4 6 16 26 −10 16
7 Pune City 14 4 3 7 17 23 −6 15
8 Kerala Blasters 14 3 4 7 22 27 −5 13

Playoffs

Bracket

  Semi Finals Finals
                         
1 Goa 0 3 3  
4 Delhi Dynamos 1 0 1  
    1 Goa 2
  3 Chennaiyin 3
2 Atlético de Kolkata 0 2 2
3 Chennaiyin 3 1 4  

Statistics

As of match played on 20 December 2015
Source: Indian Super League website

Top scorers

Rank Player Club Goals
1 Colombia Stiven Mendoza Chennaiyin FC 13
2 Canada Iain Hume Atlético de Kolkata 11
3 Brazil Reinaldo Goa 7
India Sunil Chhetri Mumbai City
5 England Antonio German Kerala Blasters 6
England Chris Dagnall Kerala Blasters
India Jeje Lalpekhlua Chennaiyin
8 Argentina Nicolás Vélez NorthEast United 5
India Arata Izumi Atlético de Kolkata

Top Indian scorers

Rank Player Club Goals
1 Sunil Chhetri Mumbai City 7
2 Jeje Lalpekhlua Chennaiyin 6
3 Arata Izumi Atlético de Kolkata 5
4 Robin Singh Delhi Dynamos 4
Thongkhosiem Haokip Goa
Mohammed Rafi Kerala Blasters
7 Mandar Rao Desai Goa 3
8 Eugeneson Lyngdoh Pune City 2
Romeo Fernandes Goa

Hat-tricks

Player For Against Result Date
Colombia Stiven Mendoza Chennaiyin Goa 4–0 11 October 2015
India Sunil Chhetri Mumbai City NorthEast United 5–1 28 October 2015
Canada Iain Hume Atlético de Kolkata Mumbai City 4–1 1 November 2015
Nigeria Dudu Omagbemi Goa Mumbai City 7–0 17 November 2015
India Thongkhosiem Haokip Goa Mumbai City 7–0 17 November 2015
Colombia Stiven Mendoza Chennaiyin Kerala Blasters 4–1 21 November 2015
Canada Iain Hume Atlético de Kolkata Pune City 4–1 27 November 2015
Brazil Reinaldo Goa Kerala Blasters 5–1 29 November 2015

Clean Sheets

Rank Player Club Clean Sheets
1 Armenia Apoula Edel Chennaiyin 6
2 India Rehenesh TP NorthEast United 4
3 India Subrata Pal Mumbai City 3
Spain Toni Doblas Delhi Dynamos
India Laxmikant Kattimani Goa
6 England Steve Simonsen Pune City 2
England Stephen Bywater Kerala Blasters
8 India Sanjiban Ghosh Delhi Dynamos 1
Brazil Elinton Andrade Goa
India Debjit Majumder Mumbai City
India Amrinder Singh Atlético de Kolkata

Attendance

As of matches played on 20 December 2015
Source: Indian Super League website

Average home attendances

Note: Table lists in order of average attendance.
Pos Team Total High Low Average Change
1 Kerala Blasters 364,054 62,087 32,313 52,008 +5.9%
2 Atlético de Kolkata 405,659 68,340 35,437 50,707 +12.3%
3 NorthEast United 172,115 30,319 15,123 24,588 −11.0%
4 Chennaiyin 159,372 29,923 12,636 22,767 +3.0%
5 Mumbai City 158,983 27,435 17,393 22,712 +0.5%
6 Delhi Dynamos 155,274 25,212 14,299 19,409 +23.5%
7 Goa 169,590 19,796 17,634 18,843 +4.3%
8 Pune City 68,761 9,057 7,965 8,595 +9.4%
League total 1,653,808 68,340 7,965 27,111 +6.4%

Source: Official club websites and Indian Super League

"Change" refers to change in figures wrt previous edition of the tournament.

Highest attendances

Rank Home team Score Away team Attendance Date Stadium
1 Atlético de Kolkata 2 – 1 Chennaiyin 68,340 16 December 2015 Salt Lake Stadium
2 Kerala Blasters 0 – 1 Delhi Dynamos 62,087 18 October 2015 Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium (Kochi)
3 Kerala Blasters 0 – 0 Mumbai City 61,483 10 October 2015 Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium (Kochi)
4 Atlético de Kolkata 2 – 3 Mumbai City FC 61,276 4 December 2015 Salt Lake Stadium
5 Atlético de Kolkata 2 – 1 Kerala Blasters 61,237 13 October 2015 Salt Lake Stadium
6 Kerala Blasters 2 – 3 Atlético de Kolkata 60,251 10 November 2015 Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium (Kochi)
7 Kerala Blasters 3 – 1 NorthEast United 60,017 6 October 2015 Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium (Kochi)
8 Atlético de Kolkata 4 – 0 Goa 51,047 22 November 2015 Salt Lake Stadium
9 Atlético de Kolkata 4 – 1 Pune City 48,721 27 November 2015 Salt Lake Stadium
10 Kerala Blasters 1 – 1 Chennaiyin 47,852 31 October 2015 Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium (Kochi)

Source:Official club websites and Indian Super League.

Awards

As of matches played on 20 December 2015
Source: Indian Super League website

Hero of the Match

Match Hero of the Match Match Hero of the Match
Player Club Player Club
Match 1 Portugal Hélder Postiga Atlético de Kolkata Match 31 Martinique Frédéric Piquionne Mumbai City
Match 2 India Mandar Rao Desai Goa Match 32 Cameroon André Bikey NorthEast United
Match 3 Turkey Tuncay Şanlı Pune City Match 33 Brazil Lúcio Goa
Match 4 Spain Josu Kerala Blasters Match 34 England Antonio German Kerala Blasters
Match 5 India Arata Izumi Atlético de Kolkata Match 35 India Rehenesh TP NorthEast United
Match 6 Norway John Arne Riise Delhi Dynamos Match 36 Ivory Coast Didier Zokora Pune City
Match 7 England Roger Johnson Pune City Match 37 India Robin Singh Delhi Dynamos
Match 8 India Subhash Singh Mumbai City Match 38 India Cavin Lobo Kerala Blasters
Match 9 Colombia Stiven Mendoza Chennaiyin Match 39 Nigeria Dudu Omagbemi Goa
Match 10 Spain Javi Lara Atlético de Kolkata Match 40 South Africa Sameehg Doutie Atlético de Kolkata
Match 11 France Florent Malouda Delhi Dynamos Match 41 Brazil Chicão Delhi Dynamos
Match 12 Spain Jofre Goa Match 42 Senegal Diomansy Kamara NorthEast United
Match 13 Colombia Stiven Mendoza Chennaiyin Match 43 Colombia Stiven Mendoza Chennaiyin
Match 14 Turkey Tuncay Şanlı Pune City Match 44 South Africa Sameehg Doutie Atlético de Kolkata
Match 15 India Sandesh Jhingan Kerala Blasters Match 45 France Bernard Mendy Chennaiyin
Match 16 Armenia Apoula Edel Chennaiyin Match 46 Brazil Leo Moura Goa
Match 17 India Sunil Chhetri Mumbai City Match 47 Spain Juan Aguilera Mumbai City
Match 18 Brazil Leo Moura Goa Match 48 Canada Iain Hume Atlético de Kolkata
Match 19 Argentina Nicolás Vélez NorthEast United Match 49 Brazil Gustavo Marmentini Delhi Dynamos
Match 20 France Bernard Mendy Chennaiyin Match 50 Brazil Reinaldo Goa
Match 21 India Sunil Chhetri Mumbai City Match 51 France Bernard Mendy Chennaiyin
Match 22 England Nicky Shorey Pune City Match 52 Argentina Nicolás Vélez NorthEast United
Match 23 India Sunil Chhetri Mumbai City Match 53 England Chris Dagnall Kerala Blasters
Match 24 India Anas Edathodika Delhi Dynamos Match 54 Tunisia Selim Benachour Mumbai City
Match 25 India Mandar Rao Desai Goa Match 55 Armenia Apoula Edel Chennaiyin
Match 26 England Chris Dagnall Kerala Blasters Match 56 India Romeo Fernandes Goa
Match 27 Canada Iain Hume Atlético de Kolkata Match 57 Brazil Gustavo Marmentini Delhi Dynamos
Match 28 Norway John Arne Riise Delhi Dynamos Match 58 Colombia Stiven Mendoza Chennaiyin
Match 29 England Sanchez Watt Kerala Blasters Match 59 Nigeria Dudu Omagbemi Goa
Match 30 Brazil Leo Moura Goa Match 60 Armenia Apoula Edel Chennaiyin
Match 61 Spain Jofre Goa

ISL Emerging Player of the Match

Match ISL Emerging Player of the Match Match ISL Emerging Player of the Match
Player Club Player Club
Match 1 India Jeje Lalpekhlua Chennaiyin Match 31 India Zodingliana Ralte Delhi Dynamos
Match 2 India Sanjiban Ghosh Delhi Dynamos Match 32 India Mohammed Rafique Atlético de Kolkata
Match 3 India Israil Gurung Pune City Match 33 India Eugeneson Lyngdoh Pune City
Match 4 India Mohammed Rafi Kerala Blasters Match 34 India Rino Anto Atlético de Kolkata
Match 5 India Keenan Almeida Goa Match 35 India Satiyasen Singh NorthEast United
Match 6 India Abhishek Das Chennaiyin Match 36 India Keegan Pereira Mumbai City
Match 7 India Fanai Lalrempuia Pune City Match 37 India Jewel Raja Atlético de Kolkata
Match 8 India Gabriel Fernandes Mumbai City Match 38 India Sandesh Jhingan Kerala Blasters
Match 9 India Jayesh Rane Chennaiyin Match 39 India Thongkhosiem Haokip Goa
Match 10 India Arata Izumi Atlético de Kolkata Match 40 India Thoi Singh Chennaiyin
Match 11 India Jackichand Singh Pune City Match 41 India Seminlen Doungel Delhi Dynamos
Match 12 India Sanju Pradhan NorthEast United Match 42 India Satiyasen Singh NorthEast United
Match 13 India Lalchhuan Mawia Mumbai City Match 43 India Thoi Singh Chennaiyin
Match 14 India Dharmaraj Ravanan Pune City Match 44 India Mohammed Rafique Atlético de Kolkata
Match 15 India C.K. Vineeth Kerala Blasters Match 45 India Jeje Lalpekhlua Chennaiyin
Match 16 India Boithang Haokip NorthEast United Match 46 India Sanju Pradhan NorthEast United
Match 17 India Anas Edathodika Delhi Dynamos Match 47 India Thangjam Singh Mumbai City
Match 18 India Rahul Bheke Kerala Blasters Match 48 India Arnab Mondal Atlético de Kolkata
Match 19 India Amrinder Singh Atlético de Kolkata Match 49 India Satiyasen Singh NorthEast United
Match 20 India Karanjit Singh Chennaiyin Match 50 India Mandar Rao Desai Goa
Match 21 India Gabriel Fernandes Mumbai City Match 51 India Thoi Singh Chennaiyin
Match 22 India Rahul Bheke Kerala Blasters Match 52 India Siam Hanghal NorthEast United
Match 23 India Lalchhuan Mawia Mumbai City Match 53 India Cavin Lobo Kerala Blasters
Match 24 India Rino Anto Atlético de Kolkata Match 54 India Rino Anto Atlético de Kolkata
Match 25 India Thongkhosiem Haokip Goa Match 55 India Jeje Lalpekhlua Chennaiyin
Match 26 India Karanjit Singh Chennaiyin Match 56 India Pronay Halder Goa
Match 27 India Amrinder Singh Atlético de Kolkata Match 57 India Sehnaj Singh Delhi Dynamos
Match 28 India Satiyasen Singh NorthEast United Match 58 India Jeje Lalpekhlua Chennaiyin
Match 29 India Rahul Bheke Kerala Blasters Match 59 India Mandar Rao Desai Goa
Match 30 India Thoi Singh Chennaiyin Match 60 India Nallappan Mohanraj Atlético de Kolkata
Match 61 India Thongkhosiem Haokip Goa

End of season awards

Award Player Club
Hero of the League Colombia Stiven Mendoza Chennaiyin FC
Fittest player of the League Canada Iain Hume Atletico de Kolkata
Golden Boot Colombia Stiven Mendoza Chennaiyin FC
Golden Glove Armenia Apoula Edel Chennaiyin FC
Emerging Player of the League India Jeje Lalpekhlua Chennaiyin FC
Fair Play Award
Mumbai City FC

See also

References

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External links

2015 Atlético de Kolkata season

The 2015 season was Atlético de Kolkata's second season in the Indian Super League. They started their second season as the defending champions, and ended the season as the semi-finalists.

2015 Chennaiyin FC season

The 2015 season is Chennaiyin FC's second season of Indian Super League. Chennayin defeated FC Goa 3-2 in the finals to win the season.

2015 FC Goa season

The 2015 season is FC Goa's second season in existence in the Indian Super League.

2015 FC Pune City season

The 2015 Season is Pune City's 2nd season in existence in the Indian Super League.

2015 ISL Domestic Draft

The 2015 ISL domestic draft was the second domestic draft from the Indian Super League, the franchise domestic football league in India. The draft featured 114 players, of which only 40 were picked. The draft took place in Mumbai on 10 July 2015.

2015 Indian Super League Final

The 2015 Indian Super League Final was a football match between Goa and Chennaiyin who reached the final of 2015 Indian Super League played on 20 December 2015 at the Fatorda Stadium in Goa. Chennayin defeated Goa 3-2 in the match to win the season.

2015 Indian Super League playoffs

The 2015 Indian Super League playoffs was the second playoffs series at the end of the Indian Super League season. The playoffs began on 11 December and culminated on 20 December with the final.The final match was played between FC Goa & Chennaiyin FC at the Fatorda Stadium in Margao, Goa, where Chennaiyin beat Goa 3–2 to become the champions of the 2015 season.

2015 Kerala Blasters FC season

The 2015 season was Kerala Blasters' second season in Hero Indian Super League since its inception in 2014. The club were the runner-up in the 2014 ISL tournament where they lost to Atlético de Kolkata 0-1 in the final. The team management appointed former England-U20 manager Peter Taylor as its new manager for the 2015 season after the departure of David James.

2015 Mumbai City FC season

The 2015 Season is Mumbai City's 2nd season in existence in the Indian Super League.

Mumbai City began the season on 5 October 2015 against Pune City, with the opening game of their League campaign. For 2nd season, Nicolas Anelka was announced as the marquee player as well as the manager of the club, replacing Englishman Peter Reid. Mumbai City finished their season at 6th position in ISL 2015.

2015 NorthEast United FC season

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