The 2015 ISL final venue has been announced as the Fatorda Stadium in Goa.
Officially known as the Jawarharlal Nehru Stadium, the venue can hold an official capacity of almost 20,000.
The stadium set records in 1989 due to its construction in a record 6 month time frame. Originally a football-dedicated venue, it was later redeveloped to accommodate for cricket matches.
In the inaugural season the stadium was announced as the home of the FC Goa franchise. Goa fans will no doubt be pushing their side for a second finals berth, having the home advantage should they proceed to the ISL final.
The 2014 ISL final venue was DY Patil Stadium in Mumbai, where over 36,000 fans in attendance witnessed Atlético de Kolkata defeat Kerala Blasters 1-0 to claim the inaugural title.