WOMEN IPL : This year, the IPL will be identical to the men’s version, according to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). The planning has begun, and the board has requested that the men’s sponsors also take ownership of the women’s teams.

As over 30 businesses compete to hold a franchise for the inaugural Women’s Indian Premier League (WIPL) season, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) anticipates a large financial gain. All ten of the current IPL clubs and other interested businesses will compete for ownership of the five teams in the WIPL. Haldiram, Infosys, Shriram Group, Manchester United, Adanis, and the current IPL franchise owners are notable competitors.

According to the BCCI release, the women’s Indian premier league will have a relatively straightforward format in 2023. Each team will play two games against the other three teams. Additionally, the first season of the WIPL 2023 will have 20 matches. The final game will feature the team with the most points on the WIPL Table 2023, while the elimination game will feature the second and third teams. The winner of the elimination game advances to the final two.

2023 WIPL Overview:

Organiser Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI)
Number of teams participating 5
Total players in every team 18
Number of overseas players in every team 8
Number of franchises 5
Total number of tournaments 20
Beginning date of the matches March 2023, rest shall be notified soon
Timetable for the match Will be available soon
Official website iplt20.com/teams/women

The following is a summary of the women’s Indian premier league season 2023:

The five teams competing in the Women’s IPL will represent India’s various time zones. Furthermore, each of the five franchises in the league has received bids from the BCCI. The 6 zones of India—East, North, South, East, Central, and North East—are represented by the 5 teams the BCCI has chosen.

The names of the cities in each zone will be applied to the Women’s IPL Team Name. Each team will feature a total of 18 players. Eight foreign players can be included in one team.

The WIPL’s team structure will rely solely on the franchise bids, as discussed earlier. The BCCI board will select the 5 teams from the submitted bids. The planned team catalogue for the WIPL 2023 will shortly be announced, but before then, here are some expectations:

  1. North Zone Team: Team Jammu – Team Dharamshala
  2. North East Zone: Team Guwahati
  3. Eastern Zone Teams: Team Cuttack – Team Ranchi.
  4. Central Zone Teams: Team Indore – Team Raipur – Team Indore.
  5. South Zone Teams: Team Visakhapatnam – Team Kochi.
  6. Western Zone Teams: Team Pune – Team Rajkot

The WOMEN IPL squad details as per our sources are as the following:

Gujarat Giants

Player Country
Ashleigh Gardner Australia
Beth Mooney Australia
Sophia Dunkley England
Annabel Sutherland Australia
Harleen Deol India
Deandra Dottin West Indies
Sneh Rana India
Sabbhineni Meghana India
Georgia WarehWareham Australia
Mansi Joshi India
Dayalan Hemalatha India
Monica Patel India
Tanuja Kanwer India
Sushma Verma India
Hurley Gala India
M Ashwani Kumari India
Purunika Sisodia India
Shabnam Shakil India

Uttar Pradesh Warriorz:

Player Country
Sophie Ecclestone England
Deepti Sharma India
Tahlia McGrath Australia
Shabnim Ismail South Africa
Alyssa Healy Australia
Anjali Sarvani India
Rajeshwari Gayakwad India
Parshavi Chopra India
Shweta Sehrawat India
S Yashasri India
Kiran Navgire India
Grace Harris Australia
Devika Vaidya India
Lauren Bell England
Laxmi Yadav India
Simran Shaikh India

Mumbai Indians:

Player Country
Harmanpreet Kaur India
Natalie Sciver England
Amelia Kerr New Zealand
Pooja Vastrakar India
Yastika Bhatia India
Heather Graham Australia
Isabelle Wong England
Amanjot Kaur India
Dhara Gujjar India
Saika Ishaque India
Hayley Matthews West Indies
Chloe Tryon South Africa
Humaira Kazi India
Priyanka Bala India
Sonam Yadav India
Jintimani Kalita India
Neelam Bisht India

Delhi Capitals: 

Player Country
Jemimah Rodrigues India
Meg Lanning Australia
Shafali Verma India
Radha Yadav India
Laura Harris Australia
Alice Capsey England
Shikha Pandey India
Jasia Akhtar India
Minnu Mani India
Jes Jonassen Australia
Marizanne Kapp South Africa
Titas Sadhu India
Tara Norris USA
Taniya Bhatia India
Poonam Yadav India
Sneha Deepthi India
Aparna Mondal India
Arundhati Reddy India

Royal Challengers Bangalore:

Player Country
Smriti Mandhana India
Elyse Perry Australia
Renuka Singh India
Richa Ghosh India
Erin Burns Australia
Heather Knight England
Disha Kasat India
Indrani Roy India
Asha Sobhna India
Megan Schutt Australia
Dane van Niekerk South Africa
Kanika Ahuja India
Sophie Divine New Zealand
Preeti Bose India
Poonam Khemnar India
Komal Zanzad India
Sahana Pawar India
Shreyanka Patil India

Streaming Date:

Although the WOMEN IPL 2023’s start date has not yet been confirmed, it is anticipated that the all-female cricket competition will get underway sometime in March 2023. It is also planned to announce the player list and auction for the same.

Auction Details

As an ardent women cricket fan, you might be familiar with a few women cricketer names. Here we are giving the details of a few well-known sports women, the team they got into and the auction details;

Smriti Mandhana India RCB 50 lakhs 3.4 crores
Harmanpreet Kaur India MI 50 lakhs 1.8 crores
Sophie Devine NZ RCB 50 lakhs 50 lakhs
Ashleigh Gardner Australia GG 50 lakhs 3.2 crores
Ellyse Perry Australia RCB 50 lakhs 1.7 crores
Sophie Ecclestone England UPW 50 lakhs 1.8 crores
Deepti Sharma India UPW 50 lakhs 2.6 crores
Renuka Singh India RCB 50 lakhs 1.5 crores
Natalie Sciver England MI 50 lakhs 3.2 crores
Tahila McGrath Australia UPW 40 lakhs 1.4 crores
Beth Mooney Australia GG 40 lakhs 2 crores
Shabnim Ismail SA UPW 40 lakhs 1 crore
Amelia Kerr NZ MI 40 lakhs 1 crore
Sophia Dunkley England GG 30 lakhs 60 lakhs
Jemimah Rodrigues India DC 50 lakhs 2.2 crores
Meg Lanning Australia DC 50 lakhs 1.1 crores
Shafali Verma India DC 50 lakhs 2 crores

Women’s IPL Jersey:

All the female cricket fans need to get the WIPL Jersey 2023. These jerseys are fashionable style and is composed of a lightweight, breathable fabric suitable for all weather conditions. It is ideal for any fan because it comes in vivid and striking colours. It has a v-neck, contrast piping along the shoulders and arms, and a striking design. The fabric is composed of polyester and is intended to keep you dry and cool during the summer.

These jerseys also have a drawstring hood for a customizable fit and a mesh panel at the back for maximum breathability. Besides, the WOMEN IPL Jersey 2023 has the official IPL logo on the back. It also has a distinctive embroidered team logo, and a crest on the chest. It also has a special pocket on the sleeve for small things like a phone, keys, or even a small notebook. So, using this, you can keep vital goods in this pocket.

IPL 2023 female player payment:

For the Women’s IPL 2023, the player budget or salary limit has been set at Rs 12 crore this year, with an annual rise rate of Rs 1.5 crore for the following four years. According to media estimates, the pay cap for the WIPL 2024 season will be Rs 13.5 crore. In addition, the winning team would reportedly receive a monetary award of around Rs 10 crore for its members.

Streaming rights for women IPL 2023:

Network Viacom 18 has purchased the media rights to the WIPL 2023 for Rs. 950 crores. Accordingly, WIPL 2023 will probably be broadcast by sports channels in association with Viacom 18.

Matches Schedule

The schedule for the WIPL matches is yet to be announced. Please to stay tuned for more updates and any sports related information.


Where will the Women’s IPL be held in 2023?

Mumbai, Maharashtra, is set to host the women’s IPL in 2023.

What key regulation has the BCCI altered for the Women’s IPL in 2023?

In contrast to the men’s IPL, which features four international players, the WIPL 2023 team lineup will feature five foreign players.

Who is the women’s cricket team’s captain?

WOMEN IPL : Indian cricketer Harmanpreet Kaur is the overall captain of the India Women’s National Cricket Team. She is an all-rounder for the Indian women’s cricket team, and in 2017 the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports gave her the Arjuna Award for Cricket.

Who topped women’s cricket in runs scored?

In women’s ODI cricket, Mithali Raj, a former Indian captain, has scored the most runs (7805). She’s accumulated runs with a remarkable average of 50.68.