There will be 61 matches in all on a home-and-away basis with double-legged semi-finals starting December 11 and the final on December 20. All the matches will be played at 7 pm (IST).
Chennai will also host the opening ceremony of the cash-rich league. The action will then move to Goa on the very next day with FC Goa pitted against Delhi Dynamos FC, while the following day will feature 'Maharashtra Derby' on October 5 when Mumbai City FC locks horns with FC Pune City at DY Patil Stadium, Navi Mumbai.
Last year's runners-up Kerala Blasters FC will play their first home fixture against John Abraham-owned NorthEast United FC on October 6.
Delhi Dynamos FC, FC Pune City and NorthEast United FC will host their first home matches on October 8, 9 and 16, respectively.
The promoters of Indian Super League, Football Sports Development Ltd— a joint venture between IMG, Reliance Industries and Star India; today announced the fixtures for its second season, featuring 61 games spread across 79 days.
The inaugural year of Hero Indian Super League witnessed an unprecedented response in the history of Indian football, achieving a rare feat of being the fourth most watched football League in the world.
Globally renowned players like, Alessandro Del Piero, Nicolas Anelka, Robert Pires, Fredrik Ljungberg, David James, Luis Garcia, David Trezeguet, Elano Blumer and Joan Capdevila played alongside the best Indian football talents.

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