IPL 2023 auction set for December 23 in Kochi; here’s the money left in purse of all ten teams

Posted On / /
Advertisement
  • IPL 2023 auction will take place in Kochi on December 23.

  • In the IPL 2022 auction, 204 players were bought by the ten franchises.

IPL 2023 auction set for December 23 in Kochi; here’s the money left in purse of all ten teams
IPL 2023 Auction (Photo Source: Twitter)
Advertisement

The mini-auction for Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023 is scheduled to be held on December 23 in Kochi.

The total budget per franchise is set to increase from Rs 90 crore to Rs 95 crore. Earlier in February, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) conducted a mega auction for IPL 2022, during which 204 players were bought (out of a maximum possible 217 slots that were open) by the ten franchises.

A total of Rs 551.7 crore was spent to sign up 107 capped and 97 uncapped players. The breakdown of sold players was: 137 Indians and 67 overseas.

The IPL Governing Council has asked all the franchises to submit their list of retained players by November 15. Unlike the 2022 mega auction, when two new teams – Lucknow Super Giants and Gujarat Titans – were added and the old guns could retain a maximum of four players, there is no such cap for the mini-auction of IPL 2023.

Money left in the purse of all ten teams after IPL 2022 auction:

  • Punjab Kings – Rs 3.45 crore
  • Chennai Super Kings – Rs 2.95 crore
  • Royal Challengers Bangalore – Rs 1.55 crore
  • Rajasthan Royals – Rs 0.95 crore
  • Kolkata Knight Riders – Rs 0.45 crore
  • Gujarat Titans – Rs 0.15 crore
  • Mumbai Indians – Rs 0.10 crore
  • Sunrisers Hyderabad – Rs 0.10 crore
  • Delhi Capitals – Rs 0.10 crore
  • Lucknow Super Giants – 0

TAGS: ,

CATEGORY: IPL

For latest cricket news and updates, subscribe to our Daily Newsletter.

About the Author:
Anirudh is a die-hard cricket fan, loves playing, watching and talking about cricket. Cricket is his Religion & 'Sachin Tendulkar' his GOD. His motto of life is Eat, Sleep, Cricket, REPEAT!! You can write to him at anirudh@crickettimes.com or anirudhsingh2904@gmail.com and follow him on Twitter, Facebook & Linkedin.
Advertisement