The ISL announced today its preliminary 24-match schedule for Season 4, 2022, planned to kick off on June 3rd, 2022 in North America.
The ISL Season 4, 2022 schedule features a regular season consisting of 15 matches from June 3rd to October 2nd, followed by a “wild card” match shortly thereafter. The regular season will see 10 ISL teams competing in North America and Europe, with the exact locations to be announced shortly.
Season 4’s Play-offs will consist of 6 matches and a “wild card” match, with the top 8 ISL teams vying for the four places in the ISL Season 4 Final. The matches will take place in North America and the Asia Pacific region.
The ISL Season 4 Final is currently planned for the last week of December, at a location still to be confirmed.
Following a very successful Season 3, held once again in extremely challenging circumstances due to the ongoing global pandemic, the ISL aims to bring even more thrilling competitions to its fans this year. True to its reputation as a trailblazer in competitive swimming, the ISL will introduce new, exciting changes to its team-based competition format in Season 4.
Konstantin Grigorishin, the founder and President of the International Swimming League, said: “Last year we introduced ISL’s, and swimming’s, first ever Draft. This season we are preparing some very exciting innovations to our format, which will make ISL’s matches even more unpredictable. We also plan to expand our geographic reach and bring the ISL competitions to Asia for the first time. Our fans should stay tuned!”.
ISL’s CEO, Konstantin Koudriaev, said: “We are delighted to announce our Season 4 schedule, and will focus on ensuring that the quality of ISL’s production matches the extraordinary performance of the ISL swimmers. We thank our broadcasting partners, sponsors and production partners, and of course, our loyal fans, for their continued support.”
ABOUT THE ISL: The International Swimming League is the first global professional swimming team-based competition. Founded in 2018, the league currently consists of 10 teams based in North America (Cali Condors, DC Trident, LA Current, NY Breakers and Toronto Titans), Europe (Italy-based Aqua Centurions, Energy Standard, Hungary-based Iron, and the UK-based London Roar) and Asia (Tokyo Frog Kings).
DIGITAL PLATFORM: Match highlights can be seen on the ISL digital platform www.isl.global, which can be accessed here.
RESULTS: The results of Season 2021 can be accessed here
PHOTOS: Rights-free photo content is available here, please credit ISL.
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