Nita Ambani, president of ‘Football Sports Development (FSDL)’, which runs the Indian Super League (ISL), expressed happiness over successfully conducting this tournament without any interruption in the country during the Covid-19pandemic. The seventh season of the ISL will conclude on Saturday with the final between Mumbai City FC and ATK Mohun Bagan being played in Madgaon, Goa.
Ambani said in a video message before the final, “The seventh season is like an honor to the true strength of the game and the pride of football.” FSDA is a subsidiary of Reliance Group. Ambani said, “Despite obstacles such as fear and uncertainty due to the global pandemic, this ISL session brought great joy and joy to our lives.”
This member of the International Olympic Committee said, ‘I am proud that we are the first, longest and most successful sporting event to be held in India at such a time.’
He said, ‘During the league that lasted for about six months, around 1600 people, including football players, support members, clubs and league management members, as well as members of broadcast teams, were kept in a strict bio-bubble (bio-safe environment). Was. During this time the league conducted around 70,000 RT-PCR tests. ‘ ISL 7 was launched on 20 November 2020. This season, there were 11 teams in place of 10, increasing the number of matches from 95 to 115.