Women’s IPL: BCCI sold 5 teams for Rs 4670 crore, Ahmedabad made the highest bid. BCCI announce 5 franchise for women’s premier league earn 4669.99 crore rupees rcb dc adani

Out of the 7 existing franchises of the Men’s IPL that bid in this auction, only two got success, in which RCB got the Bangalore franchise and DC got the Delhi franchise.

The first season of Women’s IPL is to be held in March 2023.

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The Board of Control for Cricket in India has finally announced the Women’s Indian Premier League after a long wait. The board announced the new 5 franchises of the league on Wednesday, January 25, in which the highest bid has been placed in the name of Ahmedabad. Adani Sportsline has bought the franchise of Ahmedabad for Rs 1289 crore. Out of the 7 franchises of Men’s IPL, only the owners of Mumbai Indians, Royal Challengers Bangalore and Delhi Capitals have got franchises in it. Overall, BCCI has earned Rs 4669.99 crore from this auction. Apart from this, the board has also named the league – Women’s Premier League (WPL).

The BCCI had received bids from several companies for this new tournament, starting for the first time in March this year, after which the BCCI on Wednesday announced the names of the 5 highest bidder franchises. The cities of Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Delhi and Lucknow have got franchises in this auction. IPL franchises are already present in all these five cities.

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