The Women’s Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023 is all set to transform the game of cricket for women. It’s going to be the biggest cricket league for women and will act as a catalyst for the growth and expansion of women’s cricket.
With 5 teams participating, the broadcast rights have already been sold. The women’s IPL broadcast rights were bought by Viacom 18 and they paid BCCI, a sum of Rs. 951 crores for 5 years.
Several international women cricketing stars like Jhulan Goswami, Harmanpreet Kaur, Sophie Devine, and Mithali Raj are expected to play in the Women’s IPL 2023. The BCCI is expected to hold the auction for the team owners this week. Mumbai law firm Argus Partners will be handling the technical details of the auction process.
In this article, we take a look at all the details of the Women’s IPL 2023, which will have its first edition in 2023:
List of all interested companies/parties in buying teams
- Adani Group
- Glazers family (owns Manchester United)
- Capri Global
- APL Apollo
- Shriram Group
- JK Cement
- AW Katkuri Group
- Nilgiri Group
- Chettinad Cement
- GMR Sports
- JSW Sports
- Shah Rukh Khan (Red Chillies Entertainment)
- Preity Zinta (Owner of Punjab Kings)
- Juhi Chawla (Co-owner of Knights franchises)
Base price of Women’s IPL teams
The base price of one Women’s IPL team can be roughly between Rs. 500 crores to Rs. 800 crores, according to several reports. The player base prices will be Rs. 50 lakhs, Rs, 30 lakhs, Rs, 20 lakhs, and more.
Date of Women’s IPL 2023
The Women’s IPL 2023 is scheduled to be played in March and April 2023.
Where to watch the Women’s IPL 2023 live on television in India?
The Women’s IPL 2023 will be televised live on the Sports18 channel in India.
Where to watch the live streaming of Women’s IPL 2023 in India?
The live streaming of the Women’s IPL 2023 will be done on the JioCinema application and website.