Women’s Premier League ( 2023) tickets Booking Step Online

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Women’s Premier League: Taking a cue from India vs Australia series in December, the BCCI have not gone overboard with prices for WPL games. Fans thronged the stadiums in Mumbai in a bilateral T20 series, with the second game in Wankhede witnessing crowds of 35000, the highest for women’s game in India. BCCI wants to cash in on that and have kept tickets at Rs 100. The WPL matches will be played in Brabourne Stadium, Wankhede, and Dr. DY Patil.

WPL 2023 Opening Ceremony Live: The Women’s Premier League (WPL) kicks off at last and it does so in a flurry of lights and superstars at the DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai. Bollywood stars Kriti Sanon and Kiara Advani are slated to perform to mark the start of the league. Punjabi pop star AP Dhillon is also set to perform. The ceremony itself is set to start at 6.25pm, with the toss for the opening match between the Gujarat Giants and the Mumbai Indians slated to take place at 7.30pm. The whole affair has been pushed back by half an hour, with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) making the announcement earlier in the day.

Women’s Premier League 2023 Schedule

Women’s Premier League 2023 will have 5 teams playing in round robin method. A total of 22 matches will be played in this season. The top-ranked team in the league stage will directly qualify for the final. While the second and third-placed teams will battle out in an eliminator to secure a place in the final and set up a title clash.

Schedule for the Women;s Premier League is not announced yet. Once it will be announced we will update it here.

March 4Gujarat Giants vs Mumbai Indians7:30 PMDY Patil Stadium
March 5Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Delhi Capitals3:30 PMBrabourne – CCI
March 5UP Warriorz vs Gujarat Giants7:30 PMDY Patil Stadium
March 6Mumbai Indians vs Royal Challengers Bangalore7:30 PMBrabourne – CCI
March 7Delhi Capitals vs UP Warriorz7:30 PMDY Patil Stadium
March 8Gujarat Giants vs Royal Challengers Bangalore7:30 PMBrabourne – CCI
March 9Delhi Capitals vs Mumbai Indians7:30 PMDY Patil Stadium
March 10Royal Challengers Bangalore vs UP Warriorz7:30 PMBrabourne – CCI
March 11Gujarat Giants vs Delhi Capitals7:30 PMDY Patil Stadium
March 12UP Warriorz vs Mumbai Indians7:30 PMBrabourne – CCI
March 13Delhi Capitals vs Royal Challengers Bangalore7:30 PMDY Patil Stadium
March 14Mumbai Indians vs Gujarat Giants7:30 PMBrabourne – CCI
March 15UP Warriorz vs Royal Challengers Bangalore7:30 PMDY Patil Stadium
March 16Delhi Capitals vs Gujarat Giants7:30 PMBrabourne – CCI
March 18Mumbai Indians vs UP Warriorz3:30 PMDY Patil Stadium
March 18Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Gujarat Giants7:30 PMBrabourne – CCI
March 20Gujarat Giants vs UP Warriorz3:30 PMBrabourne – CCI
March 20Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Capitals7:30 PMDY Patil Stadium
March 21Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Mumbai Indians3:30 PMDY Patil Stadium
March 21UP Warriorz vs Delhi Capitals7:30 PMBrabourne – CCI
March 24Eliminator7:30 PMDY Patil Stadium
March 26Final7:30 PMBrabourne – CCI

WPL 2023 Team List And Owner Details

Team NameOwnerCityCaptainAmount
UP WarriorzCapri GlobalLucknowAlyssa HealyINR 757 Cr
Delhi CapitalsJSW–GMRDelhiTBAINR 810 Cr
Royal Challengers BangaloreDiageoBengaluruSmriti MandhanaINR 901 Cr
Mumbai IndiansReliance IndustriesMumbaiHarmanpreet KaurINR 912.99 Cr
Gujarat GiantsAdani GroupAhmedabadTBAINR 1289 Cr

WPL 2023 Auction

The players who were sold during the WPL auction are listed below (prices are in Indian rupees). The auction resulted in the sale of 87 players, 30 of whom were foreign players.

Players NameCountryTeamPrice
Smriti MandhanaIndiaRoyal Challengers Bangalore₹3.4 crore (US$430,000)
Harmanpreet KaurIndiaMumbai Indians₹1.8 crore (US$230,000)
Sophie DevineNew ZealandRoyal Challengers Bangalore₹50 lakh (US$63,000)
Ashleigh GardnerAustraliaGujarat Giants₹3.2 crore (US$400,000)
Ellyse PerryAustraliaRoyal Challengers Bangalore₹1.7 crore (US$210,000)
Sophie EcclestoneEnglandUP Warriorz₹1.8 crore (US$230,000)
Deepti SharmaIndiaUP Warriorz₹2.6 crore (US$330,000)
Renuka SinghIndiaRoyal Challengers Bangalore₹1.5 crore (US$190,000)
Nat Sciver-BruntEnglandMumbai Indians₹3.2 crore (US$400,000)
Tahlia McGrathAustraliaUP Warriorz₹1.4 crore (US$180,000)
Beth MooneyAustraliaGujarat Giants₹2 crore (US$250,000)
Shabnim IsmailSouth AfricaUP Warriorz₹1 crore (US$130,000)
Amelia KerrNew ZealandMumbai Indians₹1 crore (US$130,000)
Sophia DunkleyEnglandGujarat Giants₹60 lakh (US$75,000)
Jemimah RodriguesIndiaDelhi Capitals₹2.2 crore (US$280,000)
Meg LanningAustraliaDelhi Capitals₹1.1 crore (US$140,000)
Shafali VermaIndiaDelhi Capitals₹2 crore (US$250,000)
Annabel SutherlandAustraliaGujarat Giants₹70 lakh (US$88,000)
Harleen DeolIndiaGujarat Giants₹40 lakh (US$50,000)
Pooja VastrakarIndiaMumbai Indians₹1.9 crore (US$240,000)
Deandra DottinWest IndiesGujarat Giants₹60 lakh (US$75,000)
Yastika BhatiaIndiaMumbai Indians₹1.5 crore (US$190,000)
Richa GhoshIndiaRoyal Challengers Bangalore₹1.9 crore (US$240,000)
Alyssa HealyAustraliaUP Warriorz₹70 lakh (US$88,000)
Anjali SarvaniIndiaUP Warriorz₹55 lakh (US$69,000)
Rajeshwari GayakwadIndiaUP Warriorz₹40 lakh (US$50,000)
Radha YadavIndiaDelhi Capitals₹40 lakh (US$50,000)
Shikha PandeyIndiaDelhi Capitals₹60 lakh (US$75,000)
Sneh RanaIndiaGujarat Giants₹75 lakh (US$94,000)
Marizanne KappSouth AfricaDelhi Capitals₹1.5 crore (US$190,000)
Parshavi ChopraIndiaUP Warriorz₹10 lakh (US$13,000)
Titas SadhuIndiaDelhi Capitals₹25 lakh (US$31,000)
Shweta SehrawatIndiaUP Warriorz₹40 lakh (US$50,000)
S. YashasriIndiaUP Warriorz₹10 lakh (US$13,000)
Kiran NavgireIndiaUP Warriorz₹30 lakh (US$38,000)
Sabbineni MeghanaIndiaGujarat Giants₹30 lakh (US$38,000)
Erin BurnsAustraliaRoyal Challengers Bangalore₹30 lakh (US$38,000)
Heather GrahamAustraliaMumbai Indians₹30 lakh (US$38,000)
Grace HarrisAustraliaUP Warriorz₹75 lakh (US$94,000)
Georgia WarehamAustraliaGujarat Giants₹75 lakh (US$94,000)
Alice CapseyEnglandDelhi Capitals₹75 lakh (US$94,000)
Issy WongEnglandMumbai Indians₹30 lakh (US$38,000)
Mansi JoshiIndiaGujarat Giants₹30 lakh (US$38,000)
Devika VaidyaIndiaUP Warriorz₹1.4 crore (US$180,000)
Amanjot KaurIndiaMumbai Indians₹50 lakh (US$63,000)
Dayalan HemalathaIndiaGujarat Giants₹30 lakh (US$38,000)
Lauren BellEnglandUP Warriorz₹30 lakh (US$38,000)
Monica PatelIndiaGujarat Giants₹30 lakh (US$38,000)
Tara NorrisUnited StatesDelhi Capitals₹10 lakh (US$13,000)
Laura HarrisAustraliaDelhi Capitals₹45 lakh (US$56,000)
Dhara GujjarIndiaMumbai Indians₹10 lakh (US$13,000)
Jasia AkhterIndiaDelhi Capitals₹20 lakh (US$25,000)
Disha KasatIndiaRoyal Challengers Bangalore₹10 lakh (US$13,000)
Laxmi YadavIndiaUP Warriorz₹10 lakh (US$13,000)
Indrani RoyIndiaRoyal Challengers Bangalore₹10 lakh (US$13,000)
Minnu ManiIndiaDelhi Capitals₹30 lakh (US$38,000)
Shreyanka PatilIndiaRoyal Challengers Bangalore₹10 lakh (US$13,000)
Kanika AhujaIndiaRoyal Challengers Bangalore₹35 lakh (US$44,000)
Tanuja KanwerIndiaGujarat Giants₹50 lakh (US$63,000)
Saika IshaqueIndiaMumbai Indians₹10 lakh (US$13,000)
Asha ShobanaIndiaRoyal Challengers Bangalore₹10 lakh (US$13,000)
Hayley MatthewsWest IndiesMumbai Indians₹40 lakh (US$50,000)
Heather KnightEnglandRoyal Challengers Bangalore₹40 lakh (US$50,000)
Taniya BhatiaIndiaDelhi Capitals₹30 lakh (US$38,000)
Sushma VermaIndiaGujarat Giants₹60 lakh (US$75,000)
Poonam YadavIndiaDelhi Capitals₹30 lakh (US$38,000)
Jess JonassenAustraliaDelhi Capitals₹50 lakh (US$63,000)
Hurley GalaIndiaGujarat Giants₹10 lakh (US$13,000)
Sneha DeepthiIndiaDelhi Capitals₹30 lakh (US$38,000)
Arundhati ReddyIndiaDelhi Capitals₹30 lakh (US$38,000)
Chloe TyronSouth AfricaMumbai Indians₹30 lakh (US$38,000)
Dane van NiekerkSouth AfricaRoyal Challengers Bangalore₹30 lakh (US$38,000)
Preeti BoseIndiaRoyal Challengers Bangalore₹30 lakh (US$38,000)
Simran ShaikhIndiaUP Warriorz₹10 lakh (US$13,000)
Aparna MondalIndiaDelhi Capitals₹10 lakh (US$13,000)
Ashwani KumariIndiaGujarat Giants₹35 lakh (US$44,000)
Humairaa KaaziIndiaMumbai Indians₹10 lakh (US$13,000)
Poonam KhemnarIndiaRoyal Challengers Bangalore₹10 lakh (US$13,000)
Komal ZanzadIndiaRoyal Challengers Bangalore₹25 lakh (US$31,000)
Parunika SisodiaIndiaGujarat Giants₹10 lakh (US$13,000)
Priyanka BalaIndiaMumbai Indians₹20 lakh (US$25,000)
Megan SchuttAustraliaRoyal Challengers Bangalore₹40 lakh (US$50,000)
Shabnam ShakilIndiaGujarat Giants₹10 lakh (US$13,000)
Sonam YadavIndiaMumbai Indians₹10 lakh (US$13,000)
Jintimani KalitaIndiaMumbai Indians₹10 lakh (US$13,000)
Neelam BishtIndiaMumbai Indians₹10 lakh (US$13,000)
Sahana PawarIndiaRoyal Challengers Bangalore₹10 lakh (US$13,000)

Women’s Premier League 2023 Teams

Five teams will compete in the tournament, with owners buying the rights to the teams on 25 January 2023. Further details about the teams are yet to be confirmed.

Locations of the WPL franchises in India

Team namesFranchiseOwner
Gujarat GiantsAhmedabad, GujaratAdani group
Royal Challengers BangloreBangalore, KarnatakaUnited Spirits
TBDNew Delhi, DelhiSajjan Jindal
TBDLucknow, Uttar PradeshCapri Global
Mumbai IndiansMumbai, MaharashtraNita Ambani

WPL 2023 Format

The Round Robin format with Group Structure and Playoffs will be used in the WPL 2023. The WPL 2023 Format information is as follows:

  • There will be a total of 20 league games with all five competing teams facing off against one another twice.
  • There will be a total of 20 league games with all five competing teams facing off against one another twice.
  • The winner of the WPL 2023 Points Table will automatically qualify for the championship game.
  • The teams that finished second and third will face off in the elimination game.
  • The WPL 2023 final match will feature the winner of the eliminator as the second finalist.

The BCCI has also stated that March will continue to be the WPL window. The WPL may have “33-34” matches starting in the 2026 season, although the BCCI hasn’t provided any additional information about the format of the competition.

WPL 2023 Live Telecast In India And Live Streaming Details

Viacom 18 had paid INR 951 crore for the exclusive right to broadcast the inaugural women’s Premier League on TV and online over a five-year period beginning in 2023. In India, Jio Cinema and the Sports18 TV channel will both air the WPL 2023

WPL 2023 Tickets

Like Indian Premier League, Women Premier League (WPL) tickets required to get entry inside the stadium however the BCCI has announced free entry for womens and girls at the Mumbai stadium (DY Patil, Brabourne). This is the first season of this league and we are expecting that WPL tickets 2023 will be available online and offline. WPL online tickets booking expected to be open via BCCI partner websites like BookMyShow or Insider. we will share all the relevant information regarding women Premier League tickets after the official announcement on this page.

Ticket price

Ticket price for Women’s Premier League 2023 starts from Rs. 100 to Rs. 400 and free entry pass for womens and girls for all the WPL matches in Mumbai; Book your WPL tickets on the official Website bookmyshow.com.

How to Book WPL Tickets

We are sharing all the steps to book WPL 2023 tickets online in a few steps

  • First of all, Log in to the official ticket booking website (Bookmyshow) WPL 2023 tickets online.
  • Select the city as Mumbai and Search for Women Premier League tickets and click on it.
  • User will be redirected on a new page and all the available tickets of WPL will be displayed along with the whole schedule.
  • All the vacant seats of the selected match will be displayed on next page along with the stand.
  • Choose the desired seat after checking ticket rates.
  • Verify all the details before proceeding for the payment.
  • Complete the payment in the available mode listed on the ticket booking website.
  • After payment, a confirmation email will be sent to the registered email id along with seat numbers.
  • In the case of ticket delivery tickets will be delivered to the registered address and tickets need to be picked up from the box office.
  • All the details regarding ticket delivery or pick-up will be shared on the official website.


Team Purse for Women’s Premier League 2023 Auction
The first season of the WPL is likely to allow a franchise to have a minimum of 15 players and a maximum of 18. Each team will have a purse of Rs 12 crore at the players’ auction which will be held next month.

Women’s Premier League Team Composition
As it was reported earlier every team can have a maximum of five overseas players, including one from an associate nation, in the playing eleven. However, there is still an official confirmation from the BCCI or IPL Governing Council to be made over the same. All five teams will play five round-robin games each.

Women’s Premier League 2023 Venues
Being the first season of WPL, BCCI don’t want to take any risk and to boost the game BCCI will look to host al the matches of WPL 2023 in one city. Hence, Mumbai – which has three grounds i.e. Wankhede, Brabourne, and DY Patil Stadiums – will be hosting all 22 games, including the eliminator and final.

Where to Watch WPL 2023?
Viacom18 had won the broadcast rights deal for the Women’s Premier League with a whopping bid of Rs 951 crore, getting a Rs 7.09 crore per match value for five years. Its TV offering Sport18 and Sports18 Khel will broadcast the matches while the live streaming will be available on the JioCinema application.

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