IPL 2023-Schedule,Time Table,Full Squads,Venue,Auction,Media Right,Ticket

If you are curious about what to expect in the Indian Premier League (IPL) in 2023, you have come to the right place. You can find a comprehensive overview of the upcoming season’s schedule, players, and highlights, including a look at the IPL 2023 auction and media rights.

IPL 2023-Schedule,Venue,Auction,Media Right,Captain List,Ticket


  • Period : March-May,2023
  • Number of Teams : 10 teams
  • Number of Matches : 74 matches
  • Allowed Squad : 25 players/each team
  • Max. of Overseas players for each franchise : 30 players

The IPL 2023 will feature a whopping 74 matches. You can expect a lot of exciting matches to be played. Some of the best players will be battling it out. And, you might even see some double headers in 2023.

IPL is the largest cricket tournament in the world. It features ten teams from different parts of India. They will be competing in a league that runs from March to May.

Each team will be allowed to have a squad of up to 25 players. In addition, each franchise will be able to purchase a maximum of 30 overseas players.

There are two new teams in this year’s IPL: the Gujarat Titans and the Lucknow Super Glints. These two teams will be featured in their first IPL match.

The IPL 2023 schedule is filled with important dates. On the first day of the tournament, the opening ceremony will be held at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahemdabad. This is one of the biggest cricket stadiums in India.

The IPL will also feature a mini-auction. All ten teams were given a deadline to submit their retained players. Teams were able to make trades and purchase players from other teams in the mini-auction.

Also Read : IPL 2023 Auction-Dates, Players List with Price, Updated Squads, Purse Remaining

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About the IPL 2023 Auction

The IPL 2023 Auction will take place on 16 December in Bengaluru. However, the exact dates have not yet been revealed. Cricket fans are eager to find out when the bidding war will commence and who will be sold at the highest price.

Besides the usual suspects, the auction will also feature some surprises. For instance, there will be a trading window, which is a unique opportunity for teams to negotiate deals with other teams. Interested parties can also make silent bids. These are not publicized, but the proceeds go towards the BCCI.

Moreover, the IPL 2023 auction will feature a few new rules. Teams will be able to retain up to 25 players. They can also keep their entire squads from the previous season. This will allow them to increase their purses.

Also, the IPL will include more international players than ever before. There will be 132 foreign players in the pool. While the majority will be Indians, four will come from associate nations.

All teams will be asked to submit a list of players they wish to retain by November 15, a few weeks before the IPL 2023 Auction. Aside from the standard player listing, franchises will be asked to nominate a number of unsigned players to fill out their roster.

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IPL 2023 Auction Result Updated

England all-rounder Sam Curran became the Indian Premier League’s (IPL) most pricey ever get in the players’ public auction on Friday as the world’s richest cricket organization spent huge ahead of the 2023 season.

Curran went back to the Punjab Kings for a shocking sum of 185 million Indian rupees ($2.23 million) complying with a tough bidding war involving the Chennai Super Kings. Australia all-rounder Cameroon Green was second-highest income earner, fetching 17.5 crore proposal from Mumbai Indians.

England Test captain Ben Stokes was the third-highest gainer, fetching 16.25 crore from CSK who pipped Kolkata Knight Riders in another intense bidding process battle.

IPL 2023 mini-auction in numbers

Total Money Spent by 10 franchises: ₹1,67,00,00,000

Total players sold: 80 (Overseas 29) Most expensive buy: Sam Curran (England, Punjab Kings) ₹18.5 crore; Most expensive Indian buy: Mayank Agarwal (Sunrisers Hyderabad) ₹8.25 crore; Most expensive uncapped Indian buy: Shivam Mavi (Gujarat Titans) ₹6 crore.

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Highlight Players

The IPL 2023 player auction was finished in Kochi on December 23. It was a seven-hour affair. During this time, 119 capped players were in the fray. These players were available for a bid of between INR 5 lakh and INR 1.5 crore.

Also Read : “Didn’t Sleep Much…”: Sam Curran Reacts After Becoming IPL’s Most Expensive Buy | Cricket News

All IPL teams will have their lists of players that they want to buy. Teams will be able to acquire up to three overseas players. There are some quality all-rounders on the list.

SRH also secured the services of South African batter Henrich Klaasen. DC had several players on the list. They could purchase the services of Rilee Rossouw.

Punjab Kings have nine spots left in their IPL 2023 squad. They are expected to make purchases for their high-profile players.

Also Read : Punjab Kings Full Squad: Complete List Of PBKS Players After IPL Auction 2023 | Cricket News

Also Read : “Pinching Myself”: Cameron Green After Being Picked By Mumbai Indians For Rs 17.5 Crore At IPL Auction 2023 | Cricket News

Delhi Capitals have a lot of players on their roster. Their players include the likes of Mukesh Kumar, Manish Pandey, and Phil Salt.

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IPL 2023 Groups

BCCI will announce IPL group details by Jan’23. Below are the IPL groups as per IPL 2022.

Group A:

  1. Mumbai Indians
  2. Kolkata Knight Riders
  3. Rajasthan Royals
  4. Delhi Capitals
  5. Lucknow Super Giants

Group B:

  1. Chennai Super Kings
  2. Sunrisers Hyderabad
  3. Royal Challengers Bangalore
  4. Punjab Kings
  5. Gujrat Titans

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IPL 2023 all team captain list

Until further confirmation, following are the ten teams and their captains in IPL 2023.

Chennai Super Kings (CSK)Mahendra Singh Dhoni
Mumbai Indians (MI)Rohit Sharma
Rajasthan Royals (RR)Sanju Samson
Gujarat Titans (GT)Hardik Pandya
Punjab Kings (PBSK)*Shikhar Dhawan
Lucknow Super Giants (LSG)KL Rahul
Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)Shreyas Iyer
Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)Faf Du Plassis
Sunrise Hyderabad (SRH)*Nicholas Pooran
Delhi Capitals (DC)Rishabh Pant

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IPL 2023 Tickets

IPL 2023 tickets are available online from the team official and partner websites. Ticket sales usually start two weeks before the tournament.

TeamsOfficial Site URL
Chennai Super Kings (CSK)https://www.chennaisuperkings.com/
Delhi Capitals (DC)https://www.delhicapitals.in/
Lucknow Super Giants (LSG)
Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)https://www.kkr.in/
Mumbai Indians (MI)https://www.mumbaiindians.com/
Rajasthan Royals (RR)https://www.rajasthanroyals.com/
Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)https://www.royalchallengers.com/
Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH)http://www.sunrisershyderabad.in/
Punjab Kings (PBSK)https://www.punjabkingsipl.in/
Delhi Capitals (DC)https://www.delhicapitals.in/

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IPL Start Date

The first match of IPL 2023 season will be start on 25-23 of March 7:30 PM, with GT vs RR

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IPL 2023 Table

Here are the IPL 2023 schedule (tentative) and IPL 2023 matches. We will update the IPL 2023 schedule once BCCI publishes it officially.

NoMatch CentreDateTime (IST)
1GT vs RR25-Mar-237:30 PM
2DC vs MI26-Mar-233:30 PM
3PBKS vs RCB26-Mar-237:30 PM
4CSK vs LSG27-Mar-237:30 PM
5SRH vs KKR28-Mar-237:30 PM
6RCB vs KKR29-Mar-237:30 PM
7LSG vs CSK30-Mar-237:30 PM
8KKR vs PBKS31-Mar-237:30 PM
9MI vs RR01-Apr-233:30 PM
10GT vs DC01-Apr-237:30 PM
11CSK vs PBKS02-Apr-237:30 PM
12SRH vs LSG03-Apr-237:30 PM
13RR vs RCB04-Apr-237:30 PM
14KKR vs MI05-Apr-237:30 PM
15LSG vs DC06-Apr-237:30 PM
16PBKS vs GT07-Apr-237:30 PM
17CSK vs SRH08-Apr-233:30 PM
18RCB vs MI08-Apr-237:30 PM
19KKR vs DC09-Apr-233:30 PM
20RR vs LSG09-Apr-237:30 PM
21SRH vs GT10-Apr-237:30 PM
22CSK vs RCB11-Apr-237:30 PM
23MI vs PBKS12-Apr-237:30 PM
24RR vs GT13-Apr-237:30 PM
25SRH vs KKR14-Apr-237:30 PM
26MI vs LSG15-Apr-233:30 PM
27DC vs RCB15-Apr-237:30 PM
28PBKS vs SRH16-Apr-233:30 PM
29GT vs CSK16-Apr-237:30 PM
30RR vs KKR17-Apr-237:30 PM
31LSG vs RCB18-Apr-237:30 PM
32DC vs PBKS19-Apr-237:30 PM
33MI vs CSK20-Apr-237:30 PM
34DC vs RR21-Apr-237:30 PM
35KKR vs GJ22-Apr-233:30 PM
36RCB vs SRH22-Apr-237:30 PM
37LSG vs MI23-Apr-237:30 PM
38PBKS vs CSK24-Apr-237:30 PM
39RCB vs RR25-Apr-237:30 PM
40GT vs SRH26-Apr-237:30 PM
41DC vs KKR27-Apr-237:30 PM
42PBKS vs LSG28-Apr-237:30 PM
43GT vs RCB29-Apr-233:30 PM
44RR vs MI29-Apr-237:30 PM
45DC vs LSG30-Apr-233:30 PM
46SRH vs CSK30-Apr-237:30 PM
47KKR vs RR01-May-237:30 PM
48GT vs PBKS02-May-237:30 PM
49RCB vs CSK03-May-237:30 PM
50DC vs SRH04-May-237:30 PM
51GT vs MI05-May-237:30 PM
52PBKS vs RR06-May-233:30 PM
53LSG vs KKR06-May-237:30 PM
54SRH vs RCB07-May-233:30 PM
55CSK vs DC07-May-237:30:PM
56MI vs KKR08-May-237:30 PM
57LSG vs GT09-May-237:30 PM
58RR vs DC10-May-237:30 PM
59CSK vs MI11-May-237:30 PM
60RCB vs PBKS12-May-237:30 PM
61KKR vs SRH13-May-237:30 PM
62CSK vs GT14-May-233:30 PM
63LSG vs RR14-May-237:30 PM
64PBKS vs DC15-May-237:30 PM
65MI vs SRH16-May-237:30 PM
66KKR vs LSG17-May-237:30 PM
67RCB vs GT18-May-237:30 PM
68RR vs CSK19-May-237:30 PM
69MI vs DC20-May-237:30 PM
70SRH vs PBKS21-May-237:30 PM
74FINAL28-May-237:30 PM

The 16th edition of the Indian Premier League is scheduled to start in March 2023. A total of 10 teams will participate in this year’s tournament. These teams include Mumbai Indians, Chennai Super Kings, Delhi Capitals, Kolkata Knight Riders, Punjab Kings, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Lucknow Super Giants, and Gujarat Titans.

The 16th edition of the IPL will feature a similar group stage and playoff format as the previous year. Teams will be separated into two groups of five. They will play each other twice, once in each group. Generally, teams with at least six wins are considered to be qualified for the elimination stages.

The first match of the 2023 season will be played by the Gujarat Titans and Rajasthan Royals. This should be an interesting start to the IPL.

Also Read : Rajasthan Royals Full Squad: Complete List Of RR Players After IPL Auction 2023 | Cricket News

Also Read : Gujarat Titans Full Squad: Complete List Of GT Players After IPL Auction 2023 | Cricket News

Another exciting development for the 2023 season is the inclusion of a new team, the Gujarat Titans. This team won the trophy in 2022 and will be looking to repeat the feat in 2023.

Another novelty in the IPL is the number of overseas players that can be involved in a single team. Up to six overseas players can be counted amongst a team’s squad.

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IPL 2023 Team Squad Full List

Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH)

  • Abdul Samad ₹4 Crore
  • Umran Malik ₹4 Crore
  • Washington Sundar ₹8.75 crore
  • Rahul Tripathi ₹8.5 crore
  • Abhishek Sharma ₹6.5 crore
  • Kartik Tyagi ₹4 crore
  • T Natarajan ₹4 crore
  • Bhuvneshwar Kumar ₹4.2 crore
  • Aiden Markram ₹2.6 crore
  • Marco Jansen ₹4.2 crore
  • Glenn Phillips ₹1.5 crore
  • Fazalhaq Farooqi ₹50 lakh
  • Harry Brook Rs13.25 crore
  • Mayank Agarwal ₹8.25 crore
  • Heinrich Klaasen ₹5.25 crore
  • Adil Rashid ₹2 crore
  • Mayank Markande ₹50 lakh
  • Vivrant Sharma ₹2.6 crore
  • Samarth Vyas ₹20 lakh
  • Sanvir Singh ₹20 lakh
  • Upendra Singh Yadav ₹25 lakh
  • Mayank Dagar ₹1.8 crore
  • Nitish Kumar Reddy ₹20 lakh
  • Akeal Hosein ₹1 crore
  • Anmolpreet Singh ₹20 lakh

Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)

  • Virat Kohli ₹15 Crore
  • Glenn Maxwell ₹11 Crore
  • Mohammad Siraj ₹7 Crore
  • Faf Du Plessis ₹7 crore
  • Harshal Patel ₹10.75 crore
  • Wanindu Hasaranga ₹10.75 crore
  • Dinesh Karthik ₹5.5 crore
  • Shahbaz Ahemad ₹2.4 crore
  • Anuj Rawat ₹3.4 crore
  • Akash Deep ₹20 lakh
  • Josh Hazlewood ₹7.75 crore
  • Mahipal Lomror ₹95 lakh
  • Finn Allen ₹80 lakh
  • Suyash Prabhudessai ₹30 lakh
  • Karn Sharma ₹50 lakh
  • Siddharth Kaul ₹75 lakh
  • David Willey ₹2 crore
  • Reece Topley ₹1.9 crore
  • Himanshu Sharma ₹20 lakh
  • Will Jacks ₹3.2 crore
  • Manoj Bhandage ₹20 lakh
  • Rajan Kumar ₹70 lakh
  • Avinash Singh ₹60 lakh
  • Sonu Yadav ₹20 lakh

Rajasthan Royals (RR)

  • Sanju Samson ₹14 Crore
  • Jos Buttler ₹10 Crore
  • Yashasvi Jaiswal ₹4 Crore
  • R. Ashwin ₹5 crore
  • Trent Boult ₹8 crore
  • Shimron Hetmyer ₹8.5 crore
  • Devdutt Padikkal ₹7.75 crore
  • Riyan Parag ₹3.8 crore
  • KC Cariappa ₹30 lakh
  • Prasidh Krishna ₹10 crore
  • Yuzvendra Chahal ₹6.5 crore
  • Navdeep Saini ₹2.6 crore
  • Obed McCoy ₹75 lakh
  • Kuldeep Sen ₹20 lakh
  • Dhruv Jurel ₹20 lakh
  • Kuldip Yadav ₹20 lakh
  • Jason Holder ₹5.75 crore
  • Donovan Ferreira ₹50 lakh
  • Kunal Rathore ₹20 lakh
  • Adam Zampa ₹1.5 crore
  • KM Asif ₹30 lakh
  • Murugan Ashwin ₹20 lakh
  • Akash Vashisht ₹20 lakh
  • Abdul PA ₹20 lakh
  • Joe Root ₹1 crore

Punjab Kings (PBKS)

  • Arshdeep Singh ₹4 Crore
  • Shikhar Dhawan ₹8.25 crore
  • Kagiso Rabada ₹9.25 crore
  • Jonny Bairstow ₹6.75 crore
  • Shahrukh Khan ₹9 crore
  • Harpreet Brar ₹3.8 crore
  • Prabhsimran Singh ₹60 lakh
  • Jitesh Sharma ₹20 lakh
  • Rahul Chahar ₹5.25 crore
  • Liam Livingstone ₹11.5 crore
  • Raj Bawa ₹2 crore
  • Rishi Dhawan ₹55 lakh
  • Baltej Dhanda ₹20 lakh
  • Nathan Ellis ₹75 lakh
  • Atharva Taide ₹20 lakh
  • Bhanuka Rajapaksa ₹50 lakh
  • Sam Curran ₹18.5 crore
  • Sikandar Raza ₹50 lakh
  • Harpreet Bhatia ₹40 lakh
  • Vidwath Kaverappa ₹20 lakh
  • Mohit Rathe ₹20 lakh
  • Shivam Singh ₹20 lakh

Mumbai Indians (MI)

  • Rohit Sharma ₹16 Crore
  • Jasprit Bumrah ₹12 Crore
  • Suryakumar Yadav ₹8 Crore
  • Ishan Kishan ₹15.25 crore
  • Dewald Brevis ₹3 crore
  • Tilak Varma ₹1.7 crore
  • Jofra Archer ₹8 crore
  • Tim David ₹8.25 crore
  • Mohd Arshad Khan ₹20 lakh
  • Ramandeep Singh ₹20 lakh
  • Hrithik Shokeen ₹20 lakh
  • Arjun Tendulkar ₹30 lakh
  • Tristan Stubbs ₹20 lakh
  • Kumar Kartikeya ₹20 lakh
  • Jason Behrendorff ₹75 Lakh
  • Akash Madhwal ₹20 lakh
  • Cameron Green ₹17.5 crore
  • Jhye Richardson ₹1.5 crore
  • Piyush Chawla ₹50 lakh
  • Duan Jansen ₹20 lakh
  • Vishnu Vinod ₹20 lakh
  • Shams Mulani ₹20 lakh
  • Nehal Wadhera ₹20 lakh
  • Raghav Goyal ₹20 lakh

Lucknow Super Giants (LSG)

  • KL Rahul ₹15 Crore
  • Marcus Stoinis ₹11 Crore
  • Ravi Bishnoi ₹4 Crore
  • Quinton De Kock ₹6.75 crore
  • Deepak Hooda ₹5.75 crore
  • Krunal Pandya ₹8.25 crore
  • Avesh Khan ₹10 crore
  • Mark Wood ₹7.5 crore
  • K Gowtham ₹90 lakh
  • Manan Vohra ₹20 lakh
  • Mohsin Khan ₹20 lakh
  • Ayush Badoni ₹20 lakh
  • Kyle Mayers ₹50 lakh
  • Karan Sharma ₹20 lakh
  • Mayank Yadav ₹20 lakh
  • Nicholas Pooran ₹16 crore
  • Jaydev Unadkat ₹50 lakh
  • Yash Thakur ₹45 lakh
  • Romario Shepherd ₹50 lakh
  • Daniel Sams ₹75 lakh
  • Amit Mishra ₹50 lakh
  • Prerak Mankad ₹20 lakh
  • Swapnil Singh ₹20 lakh
  • Naveen ul Haq ₹50 lakh
  • Yudhvir Charak ₹20 lakh

Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)

  • Shreyas Iyer ₹12.25 crore
  • Nitish Rana ₹8 crore
  • Venkatesh Iyer ₹8 Crore
  • Andre Russell ₹12 Crore
  • Sunil Narine ₹6 Crore
  • Umesh Yadav ₹2 crore
  • Tim Southee ₹1.5 crore
  • Harshit Rana ₹20 lakh
  • Varun Chakravarthy ₹8 Crore
  • Anukul Roy ₹20 lakh
  • Rinku Singh ₹55 lakh
  • Rahmanullah Gurbaz ₹50 lakh
  • Shardul Thakur ₹10.75 Crore
  • Lockie Ferguson ₹10 Crore
  • N Jagadeesan ₹90 lakh
  • Vaibhav Arora ₹60 lakh
  • Suyash Sharma ₹20 lakh
  • David Wiese ₹1 crore
  • Kulwant Khejroliya ₹20 lakh
  • Litton Das ₹50 lakh
  • Mandeep Singh ₹50 lakh
  • Shakib Al Hasan ₹1.5 crore

Gujarat Titans (GT)

  • Hardik Pandya ₹15 Crore
  • Shubman Gill ₹7 Crore
  • David Miller ₹3 crore
  • Abhinav Manohar ₹2.6 crore
  • Sai Sudharsan ₹20 lakh
  • Wriddhiman Saha ₹1.9 crore
  • Matthew Wade ₹2.4 crore
  • Rashid Khan ₹15 Crore
  • Rahul Tewatia ₹9 crore
  • Vijay Shankar ₹1.4 crore
  • Mohammed Shami ₹6.25 crore
  • Alzarri Joseph ₹2.4 crore
  • Yash Dayal ₹3.2 crore
  • Pradeep Sangwan ₹20 lakh
  • Darshan Nalkande ₹20 lakh
  • Jayant Yadav ₹1.7 crore
  • R Sai Kishore ₹3 crore
  • Noor Ahmad ₹30 lakh
  • Kane Williamson ₹2 crore
  • Odean Smith ₹50 lakh
  • KS Bharat ₹1.2 crore
  • Shivam Mavi ₹6 crore
  • Urvil Patel ₹20 lakh
  • Joshua Little ₹4.4 crore
  • Mohit Sharma ₹50 lakh

Delhi Capitals (DC)

  • Rishabh Pant ₹16 Crore
  • Axar Patel ₹9 Crore
  • Prithvi Shaw ₹7.5 Crore
  • Anrich Nortje ₹6.5 Crore
  • David Warner ₹6.25 crore
  • Mitchell Marsh ₹6.5 crore
  • Sarfaraz Khan ₹20 lakh
  • Kamlesh Nagarkoti ₹1.1 crore
  • Mustafizur Rahman ₹2 crore
  • Kuldeep Yadav ₹2 crore
  • Khaleel Ahmed ₹5.25 crore
  • Chetan Sakariya ₹4.2 crore
  • Lalit Yadav ₹65 lakh
  • Ripal Patel ₹20 lakh
  • Yash Dhull ₹50 lakh
  • Rovman Powell ₹2.8 crore
  • Pravin Dubey ₹50 lakh
  • Lungi Ngidi ₹50 lakh
  • Vicky Ostwal ₹20 lakh
  • Aman Khan ₹20 lakh
  • Phil Salt ₹2 crore
  • Ishant Sharma ₹50 lakh
  • Mukesh Kumar ₹5.5 crore
  • Manish Pandey ₹2.4 crore
  • Rilee Rossouw ₹4.6 crore

Chennai Super Kings (CSK)

  • MS Dhoni ( ₹12 crore)
  • Devon Conway ( ₹1 crore)
  • Ruturaj Gaikwad ( ₹6 crore)
  • Moeen Ali ( ₹8 crore)
  • Shivam Dube ( ₹4 crore)
  • Ravindra Jadeja ( ₹16 crore)
  • Ambati Rayadu ( ₹6.75 crore)
  • Deepak Chahar ( ₹14 crore)
  • Ben Stokes ( ₹16.25 crore)
  • Rajvardhan Hangargekar ( ₹1.5 crore)
  • Mitchell Santner ( ₹1.9 crore)
  • Subhranshu Senapati ( ₹20 lakh)
  • Dwaine Pretorius ( ₹50 lakh)
  • Tushar Deshpande ( ₹20 lakh)
  • Mukesh Chowdhary ( ₹20 lakh)
  • Matheesha Pathirana ( ₹20 lakh)
  • Simarjeet Singh ( ₹20 lakh)
  • Prashant Solanki ( ₹1.2 crore)
  • Maheesh Theekshana ( ₹70 lakh)
  • Ajinkya Rahane ( ₹50 lakh)
  • Shaik Rasheed ( ₹20 lakh)
  • Nishant Sindhu ( ₹60 lakh)
  • Kyle Jamieson ( ₹1 crore)
  • Ajay mandal ( ₹20 lakh)
  • Bhagath Varma ( ₹20 lakh)
  • Simarjeet Singh ( ₹20 lakh)

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IPL 2023 Venue

The Indian Premier League (IPL) is an annual cricket tournament that is played in India. 10 teams participate in the IPL and each team plays 14 matches. Here’s the list of IPL 2023 venue:

  • M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai
  • Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi
  • M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru
  • Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad
  • Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai
  • D Y Patil Sports Stadium in Mumbai
  • Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali
  • Arun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi
  • Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaypur
  • Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Hyderabad

The league stage is followed by the playoffs, where the four best teams play each other to determine the winner. All matches are played on Indian Grounds. Several double headers are expected.

The league stage will be divided into two groups. Teams will play each other once and also face the groups twice. Each team will play seven matches on home ground and another seven matches away from home.

Tickets for the IPL are available on different websites. If you are interested in purchasing tickets, you can visit the official websites of each IPL team.

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IPL 2023 Match List

The upcoming 16th season of Indian Premier League (IPL) will start in March 2023. Ten teams will play a total of 74 matches. IPL’s schedule for 2023 is expected to feature a new “Home-Away” format. This will be the first time that IPL has been played in such a format.

In the league stage, each team will play fourteen matches. After this, the top four teams will qualify for the playoff round. Each group will have five teams.

The winners of each match get two points, while the losing team gets none. Teams with the same number of points are separated by the average runs scored per over. If a match is abandoned, the other team gets a point.

IPL teams are divided into seven Indian cities. They are SRH, MI, RCB, Chennai Super Kings, Kolkata Knight Riders, Rajasthan Royals and Gujarat. There are a maximum of 25 players per team.

IPL is one of the most popular T20 cricket tournaments in the world. It is attended by diehard cricket fans. Players who are considered to be stars in the game participate in the IPL.

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IPL Media Rights 2023

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is conducting an e-auction of the IPL Media Rights. It is the first time that IPL will have an e-auction.

This will be a multi-year deal that will run from 2023 to 2027. It will be sold through a competitive bidding process. The winning bidder is expected to spend at least Rs 23,575 crore.

The IPL is a big deal in the country and it has always delivered quick awareness to brands. But the most interesting thing about the deal is how the BCCI is using the revenue to spruce up its infrastructure and strengthen the domestic cricket structure.

In addition to television rights, the Board of Control for Cricket in India also sold the digital rights for the IPL. They were sold in four packages. Each package contained digital rights that were relevant for that region.

For example, the first package, called Package A, comprises TV rights for the Indian subcontinent. The second package, called Package B, comprises digital rights for the Indian subcontinent and the rest of the world.

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