On October 7 in Kochi, the Indian Super League (ISL) season 2022–23 kicks off. East Bengal and Kerala Blasters will face off to kick off the edition. After two seasons played inside a bio-bubble, the ISL is switching back to a home-and-away schedule. Jamshedpur FC won the League Shield the previous season. But Hyderabad FC won the ISL championship.
Along with other things, the teams and coaches for the upcoming season have changed. The structure has also changed a little. The top four clubs at the end of the league stage had previously qualified for the postseason. But the season will also include elimination games to choose the semi-finalists. The top two teams will advance to the semifinals directly.
The third-place team will face the sixth-place team, while the fourth-place club will take on the fifth-place club to determine the other two semifinalists. The winning team of Eliminator 2 will take on the first-place team. The winner of Eliminator 1 will take on the second-place team. The championship game will be played between the winners of the two-legged semifinals.
|English||Star Sports 2/Star Sports 3, Star Sports Select 1|
|Hindi||Star Sports 1 Hindi, Star Gold 2|
|Bengali||Star Sports 3 (Bangla), Jalsha Movies|
|Kannada||Star Sports 3 (Kannada), Suvarna Plus|
|Malayalam||Star Sports 3 (Malayalam), Asianet Plus|
|Tamil||Star Sports 3 (Tamil)|
|Telugu||Star Sports 3 (Telugu), Star Maa Gold|
1) All the above-mentioned channels come under the portfolio of Star India.
2) Hindi (on Star Sports 1 Hindi) & English (on Star Sports 2) are aired nationally.
3) Bengali, Malayalam, Kannada, Tamil, and Telugu are aired on respective regional channels as well as on Star Sports 3 respectively with regional audio feeds.