Soccer matches today are still going strong, but the soccer season in India has seen a sharp upturn in popularity with fans looking to kick back and enjoy a tea before the match.
The latest figures show that soccer matches in India have now overtaken football matches in terms of fans attending the matches.
While in the first half of the year football matches attracted around 8.5 million spectators, soccer matches have seen a surge of over 100 million spectators since last year.
The biggest draw for the new fans is that the matches are played in the evenings with the game going on until around 4am.
There is a big shift in how many fans attend these matches as the evening has been moved to the evening.
This is partly due to the fact that football matches are not played during the day as many fans would rather sit and watch a game than attend it.
The matches are still played with teams playing a semi-final and the final.
In the last two years, the games have been played between India and England and India has won three times.
The Indian Super League (ISL) has seen more than 30,000 fans attending these matches in 2017, a figure that has increased every year.
The ISL has witnessed the biggest surge in attendance in the country in terms and attendance with nearly 80 million fans attending its matches this year.
In a bid to attract more people to the matches, the Indian Premier League (IPL) is currently working on the creation of a social media platform for fans.
While the IPL is not the only sporting body working on social media platforms, the league has been working on this platform since 2016 and it is set to launch this year too.
The league is also working on building the social media channels for its teams, which is expected to be launched soon.