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TV9 Bharatvarsh | Edited By: Riya Kasana

Updated on: Jan 25, 2023 | 8:23 PM IST

The Board of Cricket in India (BCCI) raised Rs 4669.99 crore from the sale of five teams of the first Women’s Premier League (WPL).

Women’s IPL is to start this year. After the auction of media rights, the auction of the teams was held on Wednesday and the owners of the five teams were decided.

Capri Global Holdings Group made a bid of Rs 757 crore and became the owner of the Lucknow team.

Capri Global Holdings Group made a bid of Rs 757 crore and became the owner of the Lucknow team.

JSW GMR Cricket Group also has a team in the men's IPL named Delhi Capitals.

JSW GMR Cricket Group also has a team in the men’s IPL named Delhi Capitals.

Royal Challengers Bangalore Sports bought the Bangalore team by bidding 901 crores.  RCB's star player Virat Kohli had expressed great happiness over this.

Royal Challengers Bangalore Sports bought the Bangalore team by bidding 901 crores. RCB’s star player Virat Kohli had expressed great happiness over this.

The Mumbai city team is the second most expensive team in the league.  For this IndiaWin Sports bid which is a part of Reliance Group.

The Mumbai city team is the second most expensive team in the league. For this IndiaWin Sports bid which is a part of Reliance Group.

Adani Sportsline Group bought the Ahmedabad team.  This team is the most expensive team in the Women's Premier League, for which a bid of 1289 crores was made.

Adani Sportsline Group bought the Ahmedabad team. This team is the most expensive team in the Women’s Premier League, for which a bid of 1289 crores was made.

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