Goa to host Indian Super Football League
Goa to host Indian Super Football League

Goa Sports Minister Manohar Ajgaonkar said that in the wake of the Corona epidemic, the Indian Super League program in the state is going to be done under the standard operating procedure (SOP) and the guidelines of the Union Home Ministry. Minister Ajgaonkar told the media on Sunday that the Goa government will try to promote tourism by hosting this top domestic football competition in India.

ISL organizers said on Sunday that all the matches of the 7th phase will be held at 3 sites in Goa, which is expected to be held in November. During this time, due to Corona, strict security measures are to be adopted. The ISL organizers wanted to organize the league in the state this time due to reduced travel of players and officers during Corona. Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Fatorda, Madgaon, Tilak Nagar Stadium in Vasco de Gama and GMC Athletic Stadium in Bambolam will host matches with strict training and physical distance protocols. Ajgaonkar said that the Goa government is very happy to host ISL in the state.

He said that "We have already given permission for ISL matches in Goa. During this time, the guidelines of the Home Ministry are to be followed with all SOPs. He said that the matches will be held without an audience. Apart from this, the minister said, 'If we find a way to get out of Corona, then permission can be given to the spectators in the stadiums."

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