5 clubs who have registered the most wins in ISL history – XenBet

The Indian Super League (ISL) is the most competitive football league in India, with all the top players from the country participating in it. The league also boasts decent foreign talent, while in recent times, it has emerged as a breeding ground for youngsters.

There have been some clubs who have performed than the others in the league so far and here, we take a look at five clubs who have registered the most wins in ISL history.



FC Goa struggled in the 2021/22 season, but the Gaurs remain the most successful side in terms of win in ISL history as seen by the table topping 62 wins they have registered so far.

Goa became the first Indian club to qualify for the AFC Champions League stage and despite their success, they are yet to win a league title.

Buckingham is the current head coach of Mumbai City FC

Buckingham is the current head coach of Mumbai City FC / ISL

Mumbai City were a middling club before their acquisition by the City Football Group (CFG) in 2020, post which they have enjoyed success as seen by the Islanders winning their maiden league title in 2020/21.

Mumbai have improved by leaps and bounds under the stewardship of Des Buckingham and recently created history by becoming the first Indian club to win a match in the AFC Champions League.



Chennaiyin FC have been one of the most successful sides in ISL history as seen by the two league titles they have won so far, though they have struggled in the recent past.

The club finished in eighth place in the league last season and they will be hoping to reclaim their former glories come next campaign.



Bengaluru FC are one of the most popular clubs in the ISL and they have been hot and cold on the field so far in the competitions history – winning one league title in 2018/19.

However just like their rivals, Chennaiyin, they have struggled in the recent past and will look to hit back and win the title next season.



Kerala Blasters FC is the most popular club on social networking site, Instagram and without doubt the most followed ISL club in the country.

The Blasters have been the perennial underachievers in the league’s history, finishing as runners-up thrice so far, which is unfortunate as they have been brilliant on the pitch.

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Author: Heidi Porter