BCCI intends to launch a six-team Women’s IPL in 2023.

BCCI intends to launch a six-team Women’s IPL in 2023. “As of now, we cannot share many details, but we are very excited about this league,” a BCCI source said.

The BCCI has stated that the much-anticipated Women’s IPL will begin next year, and six teams are expect to participate. Finally, BCCI secretary Jay Shah recently confirmed that a Women’s IPL will be held next year. (Though specifics have yet to be announced.) This will be a huge step forward in the development of women’s cricket in India. Tournaments like these have help a lot of young and unheard women rise through the ranks.

Until the Covid-19 emerged in 2020, BCCI had been conducting a Women’s T20 Challenge consisting of three teams, and there has been a constant demand in the circuit to go one step further and conduct a full-fledged Women’s IPL. The Hundred tournament in England, as well as the Women’s Big Bash League, have all gain a lot of popularity among cricket fans, and the Women’s IPL is expect to be a huge success as well.

Our team is working on the auction process as well as other important aspects: BCCI source

A BCCI official noted the ongoing preparations to form the structure for the Women’s IPL next year and confirmed that six teams will compete in the tournament. He also mention that the tournament structure is being work on and the items that will need to be processed in the meantime. He conclude that the board will make an official announcement once the matter is resolve at the AGM meeting.

“We’ve already started working on a plan for how many teams we can have and what window will work best, because we also have the men’s IPL.” We can’t share many details right now, but we are very excited about this league. Some franchises have already expressed an interest in participating in this tournament. To begin, we intend to have six teams. “Our team is working on the auction process and other key aspects of the tournament,” a top BCCI official told Sports Tak.

“For the time being, everything is just on paper.” It will take time to streamline everything because there are so many factors to consider – proper planning, auctions, teams, and so on. But, yes, we may start the women’s IPL in the summer, but this is all speculative at the moment. The board will make an official announcement once everything has been discussed. “It will also be discuss at the AGM to put a stamp on it,” he added.

“For the time being, everything is just on paper.” It will take time to streamline everything because there are so many factors to consider – proper planning, auctions, teams, and so on. But, yes, we may start the women’s IPL in the summer, but this is all speculative at the moment. The board will make an official announcement once everything has been discussed. “It will also be discuss at the AGM to put a stamp on it,” he added.

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