What is IPL & Who are Sponsored
IPL is a T20 match. This league is organized annually. Teams from other countries including India also participate in this league. IPL cricket teams represent Indian cities or states. The matches of the entire league are held in these teams only. The team that keeps winning continuously reaches the final. For the team to reach the final, it must have the highest score card. The team that wins the final is declared the winner of IPL. If you also what is IPL. IPL FULL FORM | Beginning | Rules | If you want to know about this, then complete information is being given here.
Table of Contents:-
• Full form of IPL
• What is IPL
• Start of IPL
• IPL Rules
• IPL Teams
• History of IPL
• Rewards in IPL
• Full form of IPL :-
The full form of IPL is “Indian Premier League”. For organizing IPL, permission is required from BCCI.
• What is IPL:-
IPL is called the Maha Kumbh of Cricket. Apart from India, cricket players from many other countries are also included in IPL. Generally it is organized in the month of April-May. But due to Corona it has been announced to start at the end of the year. Due to IPL, the cricket world looks towards India with a new confidence. There are many teams in IPL. The owners of these teams want to include the best player of the world in their team by giving maximum amount of money. Every match is telecasted. There is an income of thousands of crores from TV broadcasting. IPL helps in growing the Indian economy. New cricket players get a chance only because of IPL, which are later included in the cricket team of India. The way cricket lovers give preference to the World Cup, in the same way they also give preference to the IPL held every year.
• Start of IPL:-
Indian Premier League was started in 2008. IPL is administered by the Board of Control for Cricket in India. Every year the number of teams in this keeps on increasing and decreasing. At present (as of 2022) it has 10 teams, all of them will participate in this tournament. Lalit Modi is credited with starting the Indian Premier League. Lalit Modi was the founder and former commissioner of this league in 2008.
• IPL Rules :-
• According to IPL rules, there are 5 ways players can be acquired by a team, for this an annual auction is organized, it is called signing players, signing domestic players, debutant, signing replacement, annual is done by auction.
• Sixteen players, a physiotherapist and a coach are selected in a team. While choosing the team, the last four foreign players are selected. It is mandatory for the 14 Indian players playing in the final to be included in each team.
• 6 players from Under-22 are included by the BCCI. Each team should have at least one player.
• Many rules are being changed in the Indian Premier League (IPL) by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). BCCI is considering to introduce the rule of ‘Power Player’ in the next edition. With this rule, the player can be changed by the team at any time in the match after the fall of the wicket or after the end of the over. Its final decision can be taken in the IPL Governing Council meeting.
• By this rule, the teams will have to choose 15 players instead of the last-11. So that when there is a need to change players, they can be changed by ‘Power Player’.
• IPL Teams:-
|No.||Team||Full name of Team|
|Kings Eleven Punjab|
|04||KKR||Kolkata Knight Riders|
|06||RCB||Royal Challengers Bangalore|
|08||CSK||Chennai Super Kings|
• History of IPL:-
The first tournament of IPL was played by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) in 2008. This was done by sponsor DLF. DLF had the IPL sponsorship till the year 2012. In the year 2013, the sponsorship of IPL went to Pepsi. About $72 million was paid by Pepsi for its takeover. In the year 2015, the IPL sponsorship went to the Chinese smartphone maker Vivo Company. This contract was for two years, so it was sponsored by Vivo in 2015 and 2016 as well. Now in this IPL 2022 TATA is sponsered.
• Rewards in IPL:-
The cost cutting has been done by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) in the Indian Premier League (IPL). The prize money for the winning and runner-up team has been halved. This deduction has been made in comparison to 2019. In the past, the IPL champion team was given a prize money of Rs 20 crore, now the winning team will be given an amount of Rs 10 crore.
The runner-up team of IPL was given Rs 12 crore 50 lakh, now after deducting it, Rs 6 crore 25 lakh will be given. Four crore 37 lakh 50 thousand rupees will now be given to each team in the two losing teams in the qualifiers. In the IPL match, the state which will be hosted will be given one crore rupees, in which BCCI will give 50 lakh rupees and the franchise will give 50 lakh rupees.
|Official Orange & Purple Cap Partner||Aramco|
|Official Broadcasters||Star Sports|
|Official Digital Streaming Partners||Disney+Hotstar|
|Official Strategic Timeout Partner||CEAT|
- Title sponsorship from TATA– ₹440 crores
- Official sponsors – ₹210 crores
- Umpire sponsors – ₹28 crores
- Official strategic timeout sponsor – ₹30 crores
IPL Title Sponsor – History
|Sponsor||Period||Sponsorship fee (per year)|
|DLF||2008–2012||₹40 crores (US$5.3 million)|
|Pepsi||2013–2015||₹79.4 crores (US$10.5 million)|
|Vivo||2016–2017||₹100 crores (US$13.3 million)|
|Vivo||2018–2019||₹439.8 crores (US$58.4 million)|
|Dream11||2020||₹222 crores (US$29.5 million)|
|Vivo||2021||₹439.8 crores (US$58.4 million)|
|TATA||2022 – 2023||₹439.8 crores (US$58.4 million)|