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Baichung Bhutia leads JCT Club to the title with 14 goals in the inaugural edition (1996-97) of the National Football League. Churchill Brothers finish runners-up.
A late goal on the last match day gave Mohun Bagan a dramatic title as newly promoted Royal Wahingdoh from Shillong finish third. Ranty Martins scores 5 goals in one match for East Bengal against Dempo en route to winning his 4th Golden Boot.
Bengaluru FC win their second Hero I-League title in three years.
Reinstated into the League post their relegation, Aizawl clinched the title on the last day to become the first team from the North East to emerge as Champions of India.
Minerva Punjab finish on top with newly promoted Manipur-based side NEROCA making a big impression as they finish runners-up. Indian Arrows make a return to the League.
Chennai City FC surprised all, and emerge champions. Newly promoted Real Kashmir FC finish third.
A prolific Mohun Bagan, having an unassailable lead, declared champions in the pandemic hit season. Debut season for Tiddim Road Athletic Union (TRAU) FC.
Gokulam Kerala became the first club from Kerala to win the Hero I-League title as AIFF successfully conducted competition in a secured bio bubble.