Present Market Value of Indian Super League clubs has been evaluated and the conclusion was drawn that FC Pune City has the least market value among all the clubs. FC Pune City is a club owned by Wadhwan Group.
It’s less than one-month duration for the start of Indian Super League 2019 and Indians also has found a new status at International Level where they will be playing AFC tournament qualifiers.
Hyderabad is a new team introduced in the tournament in place of FC Pune City who was having some financial problems in the cash-rich league. When they looked settled to earn some rewards after spending so much money they pulled out themselves from the tournament.
FC Pune City was having some problems with the salary payments of players and they were signed as poorest teams in the ISL. As per the evaluations the club had the worth of just 19.5 crores in this cash-rich league.
Two-time champions Atletico De Kolkata top the table with the € 7.18 million (₹ 57 crores), up 2.1% from € 7.03 mn a year ago. North East United, placed sixth in the table, have gained the most with a 19.5% jump over the one year to reach € 4.6 million (₹ 36.6 crores) from € 3.85mn on August 15, 2018.
Reigning ISL champions, led by Indian skipper Sunil Chhetri, have gained a 10.8% appreciation as the JSW-Sport owned club is valued at € 5.65 million (₹ 44.9 crores).
The current market value of top ten clubs is as follows:
1. Atletico De Kolkata – 57.1 Crores
2. Kerala Blasters – 45.2 Crores
3. Bengaluru FC – 44.9 Crores
4. FC Goa – 39.8 crores
5. Delhi Dynamos – 37.6 Crores
6. NE United – 36.6 Crores
7. Mumbai City FC – 35.2 Crores
8. Jamshedpur City – 34 Crores
9. Chennaiyin FC – 29.7 Crores
10. Pune FC City – 19.5 Crores