Women’s Premier League: Five teams participated in the first season, Adani bought Ahmedabad, see full list

Women’s Premier League Women’s IPL: The women’s Indian Premier League has been named the Women’s Premier League on the lines of the men’s IPL. BCCI President Jai Shah gave this information. Apart from this, it is also clear that there will be five teams in the Women’s Indian Premier League. It will consist of five ...
 

Women’s Premier League Women’s IPL: The women’s Indian Premier League has been named the Women’s Premier League on the lines of the men’s IPL. BCCI President Jai Shah gave this information. Apart from this, it is also clear that there will be five teams in the Women’s Indian Premier League. It will consist of five teams namely Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Bangalore, Delhi and Lucknow. This team was auctioned today. Many big companies also showed interest for this. BCCI gave information about this by tweeting. Adani Group has bought the Ahmedabad team while Royal Challengers Bangalore has bought the Bangalore team. He has paid a lot for this team.

Who bought the team for how much? ,

Five teams in the Women’s Premier League were auctioned today. The team from Ahmedabad had placed the highest bid. Ahmedabad’s team was bought by Adani Sports Line Pvt Ltd for Rs 1289 crore. India Win Sports Pvt Ltd bought the Mumbai team for Rs 912.99 crore. The third team in the Women’s IPL has been bought by Royal Challengers Bangalore. RCB gave Rs 901 crores for Bangalore. While the Delhi team was bought by JSW GMR Cricket Pvt Ltd for Rs 810 crores. Kapri Global Holdings has spent Rs 757 crore for the Lucknow women’s team. The total cost of all five teams in the Women’s Premier League has come to Rs 4669.99 crore.

First season of this year

BCCI for men IPL Women’s IPL has been started on the lines of Women’s Premier League will start in the month of March this year. According to media reports, the Women’s Premier League will be organized from March 4 to March 26.

 

When is the player auction?

22 matches are likely to be played in the Women’s Premier League to be held in five teams in March. For this, Mumbai’s Brabourne Stadium and DY Patil Stadium have been selected. According to sources, the players’ auction will be held in February. Viacon18 has bought the media rights of the tournament.

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