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Indian Super League is a cash-rich football league in India and has international league standards. The organizers had set up numerous awards for the teams/clubs upon their performance and ISL rankings. These ISL awards include ISL Cup, Runner-up reward, League winner Shield, Semifinalists rewards, and some individual awards.
The tournament of the Indian Super League started in 2014 with eight Indian football teams/clubs. With time, the league expanded to 11 teams from 2014 to 2023. Some new teams were introduced in the tournament while two teams merged into one. One football team/club was dissolved due to some reasons and the name of one team was changed. Now there are a total of eleven teams/clubs which are also known as ISL franchises.
ISL Award Winners List Along with ISL Prize Money in Indian Super League All Seasons
From 2014 to 2023, five football teams/clubs won the ISL Cup. These ISL Cup winner teams are – ATK Mohun Bagan (4), Bengaluru FC (1), Chennaiyin FC (2), Hyderabad FC (1), and Mumbai City FC (1). Only three League Shield Winners are in the Indian Super League all seasons because this award was introduced in 2019-20. The individual awards are presented to the best football players in specific categories.
Let’s have a close look at the ISL award winners list with ISL prize money in Indian Super League all seasons.
ISL Winners List with Prize Money – ISL Cup Winners
ATK Mohun Bagan was the first champion of the Indian Super League. ATK Mohun Bagan is also the only team in the tournament to win the championship four times. The winner of the final gets the ISL Cup.
Following are the details of the ISL Cup winners list and their prize money reward:
|Season||Year||Cup Winner||Prize Money|
|1||2014||ATK FC||Rs.8 Crores (INR)|
|2||2015||Chennaiyin FC||Rs.8 Crores (INR)|
|3||2016||ATK FC||Rs.8 Crores (INR)|
|4||2017-18||Chennaiyin FC||Rs.8 Crores (INR)|
|5||2018-19||Bengaluru FC||Rs.8 Crores (INR)|
|6||2019-20||ATK Mohun Bagan||Rs.8 Crores (INR)|
|7||2020-21||Mumbai City FC||Rs.8 Crores (INR)|
|8||2021-22||Hyderabad FC||Rs.6 Crores (INR)|
|9||2022-23||ATK Mohun Bagan||Rs.6 Crores (INR)|
ISL Runners up List with Prize Money
Kerala Blasters FC was the first runner-up in the Indian Super League. Kerala Blasters FC is also the only team in the tournament that reached the ISL final thrice. The losing team in the final became the runner-up.
Following is the information on the ISL runners-up list with the prize money:
|Season||Year||Runner Up||Prize Money|
|1||2014||Kerala Blasters FC||Rs.4 Crores (INR)|
|2||2015||FC Goa||Rs.4 Crores (INR)|
|3||2016||Kerala Blasters FC||Rs.4 Crores (INR)|
|4||2017-18||Bengaluru FC||Rs.4 Crores (INR)|
|5||2018-19||FC Goa||Rs.4 Crores (INR)|
|6||2019-20||Chennaiyin FC||Rs.4 Crores (INR)|
|7||2020-21||ATK Mohun Bagan||Rs.4 Crores (INR)|
|8||2021-22||Kerala Blasters FC||Rs.3 Crores (INR)|
|9||2022-23||Bengaluru FC||Rs.2.5 Crores (INR)|
ISL League Shield Winners List with Prize Money
The award of ISL League Shield was first introduced in ISL Season 6 2019-20. So, there are only four league shield winners so far. Teams/clubs are ranked on total points and the top team on the point table of league stages gets this award.
Following is the ISL league shield winners list with the prize money:
|Season||Year||League Shield Winners||Prize Money|
|6||2019-20||FC Goa||Rs.50 Lakhs (INR)|
|7||2020-21||Mumbai City FC||Rs.50 Lakhs (INR)|
|8||2021-22||Jamshedpur FC||Rs.3.5 Crores (INR)|
|9||2022-23||Mumbai City FC||Rs.3.5 Crores (INR)|
ISL Semi Finalists With Prize Money
As cleared by the name, semifinalists are those who made it to the semi-final matches but are not fortunate enough to qualify for the final match.
The list of ISL semi finalists along with ISL prize money is as follows:
|Season||Year||Semifinalist (1)||Semifinalist (2)||Prize Money (Each)|
|1||2014||FC Goa||Chennaiyin FC||Rs.1.5 Crores (INR)|
|2||2015||Delhi Dynamos||ATK FC||Rs.1.5 Crores (INR)|
|3||2016||Delhi Dynamos||Mumbai City FC||Rs.1.5 Crores (INR)|
|4||2017-18||FC Goa||Pune City FC||Rs.1.5 Crores (INR)|
|5||2018-19||Mumbai City FC||NorthEast United FC||Rs.1.5 Crores (INR)|
|6||2019-20||FC Goa||Bengaluru FC||Rs.1.5 Crores (INR)|
|7||2020-21||FC Goa||NorthEast United FC||Rs.1.5 Crores (INR)|
|8||2021-22||Jamshedpur FC||ATK Mohun Bagan||Rs.1.5 Crores (INR)|
|9||2022-23||Mumbai City FC||Hyderabad FC||Rs.1.5 Crores (INR)|
ISL Individual Awards Winners List
In each season, individual awards of Golden Boot, Golden Glove, Golden Ball, Emerging Player, and Winning Pass of the League are presented to the best footballers according to their category.
Let’s have a closer look at the ISL individual awards winners list in the Indian Super League all seasons.
Golden Glove Winners of Indian Super League
Golden Glove is an individual award that is presented to the best goalkeeper of the season with the most clean sheets.
The top goalkeeper of every ISL season are as follows:
|Year||Season||Top Goalkeeper||Team/Club||Clean Sheets||Matches|
|2014||1||Jan Seda||FC Goa||6||14|
|2015||2||Apoula Edel||Chennaiyin FC||6||13|
|2016||3||Amrinder Singh||Mumbai City FC||5||6|
|2017-18||4||Subrata Paul||Jamshedpur FC||7||18|
|2018-19||5||Gurpreet Singh Sandhu||Bengaluru FC||7||20|
|2019-20||6||Gurpreet Singh Sandhu||Bengaluru FC||11||19|
|2020-21||7||Arindam Bhattacharya||ATK Mohun Bagan||10||23|
|2021-22||8||Prabhsukhan Gill||Kerala Blasters FC||7||20|
|2022-23||9||Vishal Kaith||ATK Mohun Bagan||11||23|
Golden Boot Winners of Indian Super League
Golden Boot is an individual award in the Indian Super League which is presented to the top goal scorer of the season.
The best football goal scorer of each ISL season are as follows:
|2014||1||Elano Blumer||Chennaiyin FC||8||11|
|2015||2||Stiven Mendoza||Chennaiyin FC||13||16|
|2017-18||4||Ferran Corominas||FC Goa||18||20|
|2018-19||5||Ferran Corominas||FC Goa||16||20|
|2019-20||6||Nerijus Valskis||Chennaiyin FC||15||20|
|2020-21||7||Igor Angulo||FC Goa||14||21|
|2021-22||8||Bartholomew Ogbeche||Hyderabad FC||18||20|
|2022-23||9||Diego Mauricio||Odisha FC||12||21|
Golden Ball Winners of Indian Super League – Hero of the League
The award of the Golden Ball is also known as the Hero of the League. Golden Ball or Hero of the Year is an ISL individual award that is presented to the best player of the tournament.
The best player in the Indian Super League all seasons are as follows:
|2014||1||Iain Hume||Kerala Blasters FC|
|2015||2||Stiven Mendoza||Chennaiyin FC|
|2016||3||Florent Malouda||Delhi Dynamos|
|2017-18||4||Sunil Chhetri||Bengaluru FC|
|2018-19||5||Ferran Corominas||FC Goa|
|2019-20||6||Hugo Boumous||FC Goa|
|2020-21||7||Roy Krishna||ATK Mohun Bagan|
|2021-22||8||Greg Stewart||Jamshedpur FC|
|2022-23||9||Lallianzuala Chhangte||Mumbai City FC|
Emerging Player of the Season in Indian Super League
The Emerging Player of the Season in the Indian Super League is an individual award that is given to the best young Indian player of the tournament.
The best young Indian player in each season of the Indian Super League are as follows:
|2014||1||Sandesh Jhingan||Kerala Blasters FC|
|2015||2||Jeje Lalpekhlua||Chennaiyin FC|
|2016||3||Jerry Lalpekhlua||Chennaiyin FC|
|2017-18||4||Lalruatthara||Kerala Blasters FC|
|2018-19||5||Sahal Abdul Samad||Kerala Blasters FC|
|2019-20||6||Sumit Rathi||ATK Mohun Bagan|
|2020-21||7||Lalengmawia||NorthEast United FC|
|2021-22||8||Naorem Roshan Singh||Bengaluru FC|
|2022-23||9||Sivasakti Narayanan||Bengaluru FC|
Winning Pass of the League in Indian Super League
The Winning Pass of the League is an individual award in the Indian Super League which is given to the football player for the most assists. This individual award was first presented in 2016.
The players having the most assists in Indian Super League all seasons are as follows:
- ISL Season 3 – 2016: Sameehg Doutie (ATK FC)
- ISL Season 4 – 2017-18: Udanta Singh (Bengaluru FC)
- ISL Season 5 – 2018-19: Arnold Issoko (Mumbai City FC)
- ISL Season 6 – 2019-20: Hugo Boumous (FC Goa)
- ISL Season 7 – 2020-21: Alberto Noguera (FC Goa)
- ISL Season 8 – 2021-22: Edu Bedia (FC Goa)
- ISL Season 9 – 2022-23: Noah Sadaoui (FC Goa)
- ISL Season 10 – 2023-24: TBD