The upcoming season of Indian Super League 2020-21 will be played behind closed doors in Goa. According to Times of India, the ISL committee has finalised training grounds.The ISL committee shortlisted 12 training grounds for the clubs & were asked to choose. It was a surprise that FC Goa, Bengaluru FC & Hyderabad FC choosed their own training grounds which were not on the list. All ISL clubs will start arriving in last week of September at Goa, except Bengaluru FC
The ISL shield winners, FC Goa will train at Salvador do Mundo ground as club have partnered with Panchayat Committee of village. The ground will be ready by the end of October.
ISL champions ATK Mohun Bagan have got the best facilitated venue at Trinity ground in Benaulim having floodlights, where Under-17 Indian Team trained for FIFA U-17 World Cup in 2017.
Mumbai City have got Panchayat ground in Nagoa which is in good condition but requires some development which will not be a big issue for the City Group owned team.
Chennaiyin FC were another lucky team who got SAG ground at Utorda where floodlight facility is available, which will help club to train even at evening time.
Panchayat ground at Candolim has been assigned to Northeast United FC. It will be advantage to club as the turf has been newly-laid.
Odisha FC will train at SAG ground in Betalbatim. The ground has been choosen wisely by the club as the ground is less than 10 minutes away from hotel where players will be residing.
Bengaluru FC will takeover Dempo Academy ground from November 1st. For their early preparations, they will train at JSW Sports Excellence Centre at Ballary in Karnataka.
Jamshedpur FC have been alloted Panchayat ground in Sangolda which is good in state, usually used for local school competitions.
Kerala Blasters FC will train at Peddem Complex in Mapusa.
Hyderabad FC were the third club to choose their ground themselves, as they have made an agreement with St. Antony Highschool.