For the first time, the Indian Cricket Board (BCCI) is going to organize the IPL for the women’s cricket team. The name of this competition in women’s cricket in India is called Women’s Premier League. This league defeated the boys’ IPL before taking the field. Boys’ first IPL vs girls’ first IPL, girls beat boys in terms of money.
According to board sources, the Women’s Premier League topped the boys’ IPL in 2008. BCCI Secretary Jai Shah informed the matter through a tweet. In a tweet, he wrote, “A historic day in cricket. Women’s Premier League surpassed Men’s IPL 2008 in the first year. Congratulations to those who won. Total bid raised to Rs 4669 crore 19 lakhs.”
In 2008, the total bid of the teams in the IPL was 729.59 million dollars. Accordingly, this year’s women’s team is ahead, said Joy Shah. He also wrote in the tweet, “Women’s competition has been named Women’s Premier League. A new journey has begun. This women’s cricket competition will change not only women’s cricket, but the entire sports world.”
Adani Sportsline Private Limited buys the Women’s Premier League team for the highest price. Their team will play from Ahmedabad city. They bought the team with 1289 crore rupees. Adani is followed by India Win Sportsline Pvt Ltd in terms of price. They bought the team for 912 crore 11 lakh rupees. Their team is Mumbai Indians. Then the Royal Challengers Bangalore team was bought for 901 crores. Delhi team bought JSW GMR Cricket for Rs 810 crore Global Holdings bought Lakshmau’s group. For this they have to pay 757 crores.
It should be noted that the boys’ IPL will start next March. The first match will be played on March 25. The final will be held on May 28. This event will continue for two consecutive months. And the women’s IPL is supposed to be held before the men’s IPL. The first season of Women’s IPL will be held from March 3 to March 26.
Meanwhile, BCCI is not missing anything in this IPL. There was no less fight to get the right to broadcast the competition. Finally, Viacom 18 bought the broadcasting rights for the next five years (2023-2027). It is believed that the women’s IPL will respond in the first season.