Indian Super Cup
The eagerly awaited Indian Super Cup is set to start on April 8, 2023, marking its return after a four-year hiatus. The forthcoming competition, which will take place in Kerala, has had its groups and schedules confirmed by the All India Football Federation (AIFF). RoundGlass Punjab FC, the champion of the 2022–23 I-League, and all 11 teams from the Indian Super League (ISL) will gain direct access into the Super Cup’s group stage. The four remaining berths in the qualifying round, which will consist of single-leg ties, will be decided by the teams who finished second through tenth in the 2022–23 I-League. The 16 participating teams will be divided into four groups, and will be played in a single round-robin format. Each group’s topper will advance to the semi-finals.
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