IPL Prediction 2023: BCCI invites ‘reputable bodies’ to apply for IPL women’s team

The first edition of the tournament will take place in March of this year

BCCI is soliciting applications for teams that will have the rights to own and operate from March 3 to the first women’s IPL, which she plans to hold on the 26th.

In her BCCI press release on Tuesday, she called on “reputable companies” to make a non-refundable payment of INR 5,000 (approximately Buyer) by Jan. 21. However, BCCI has final discretion over who can bid after the technical evaluation process.

Last February, her then BCCI chairman Sourav Ganguly said her IPL for women would begin in her 2023. In August, BCCI took note of her March window. BCCI then expanded the women’s national calendar, which normally runs from November to April, to include the women’s IPL.

Calls for a women’s IPL have gained momentum since India finished second to her in the 2017 World Cup 50-50. As she reached the final of her T20 World Cup in Australia in 2020, she won before Covid-19 stalled women’s cricket and the sport in general.

Since 2018, BCCI has run the women’s T20 challenge to run alongside the IPL and test the waters before expansion. The previous government, led by Mr. Ganguly, repeatedly cited the narrowness of the player mix as an obstacle to a full-fledged tournament. Since the official announcement was made to start the WIPL, some existing IPL teams have sent scouts to identify players who could potentially be signed to the women’s tournament if they were given the right to own the franchise. The Rajasthan Royals, Mumbai Indians, Kolkata Knight Riders, Royal Challengers Bangalore and Punjab Kings are believed to be interested in owning a WIPL team.

Last month, BCCI submitted a bid for his 2023-27 media rights for the proposed five-team tournament. According to media reports, up to 10 companies have received tender documents for media rights. All companies that pass the BCCI review process will be able to submit private bids on January 12th.

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