Women's IPL franchise auction: Haldiram’s, Adani, Kotak in race; bidding today
Over 15 entities including seven IPL franchisee owners are bidding for five Women's Indian Premier League franchisees; bids likely to touch Rs 1,000 crore.
January 25, 2023 / 12:58 PM IST
India women's national cricket team or the Women in Blue at the DY Patil Stadium in December 2022. (Source: Twitter/@JemiRodrigues)
More than 15 entities are bidding for five franchises of the Women's Indian Premier League (WIPL), which is slated to be held in March.
The bids for the WIPL teams will be submitted on January 25 and winners will be announced the same day.
Along with franchise owners of men's IPL, other corporates in the fray include Haldiram's, Apollo Pipes, Shriram Finance, Adani Group, Torrent, Kotak, JK Cement, and Accord Distillery.
From the men's franchise owners, Chennai Super Kings, Lucknow Super Giants and Gujarat Titans will not be bidding for WIPL teams. According to a report, Gujarat Titans is currently more focused on men's IPL as it is a new team. All other seven owners of men's IPL teams will bid for the WIPL franchises.