IPL 2022 GC LIVE – IPL Dates & Schedule: The IPL Governing Council has decided the starting date of Season 15 of IPL. The IPL 2022 will start on 26th January as earlier reported by InsideSport. The finals of the league will be played on 29th May. IPL GC meeting is currently in progress. Brijesh Patel led IPL GC has decided that all league matches will take place in Maharasthra. The decision on the venue for the playoffs will be taken on a later date: Follow IPL 2022 LIVE Updates & IPL GC Meeting LIVE Updates with InsideSport.IN
“IPL 2022 will start on 26th March. IPL this year will be played in Maharashtra. We are confident that some percentage of spectators will be allowed at the stadiums. We will go by the Government guidelines”, confirmed BCCI Vice President Rajeev Shukla
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IPL 2022 Venues: Where the IPL 2022 will be held? All matches of IPL 2022 will be played in Maharasthra. As confirmed by IPL Governing Council members, 55 IPL matches will be played in Mumbai & 15 will be played Pune.
- 55 games in Mumbai and 15 in Pune.
- Four stadiums have been identified for the league.
- 20 at the Wankhede,
- 15 at Brabourne Stadium,
- 20 more at DY Patil Stadium
- 15 at Maharashtra Cricket Association (MCA) ground on the outskirts of Pune.
- BCCI has decided to delay the decision on the VENUE of IPL Playoffs. The venue of the playoffs & finals will be decided in next couple of days.
- IPL GC will also take few days to finalize the schedule of IPL 2022.
Other important decisions by IPL Governing Council
Women IPL during IPL 2022: The Women T20 Challenge will continue one more year. The IPL GC has decided that Women T20 Challenge matches will be played simultaneously with the IPL 2022 playoffs.
IPL GC also has also committed themselves to start women IPL by next year.
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IPL Dates & Schedule: InsideSport has already reported that the 3 venues in Mumbai will host 55 League matches of IPL 2022 & Pune will host rest of the 15 league games.
IPL 2022 is all set to start on March 26th with finals scheduled on 29th May. The IPL GC today will officially finalize, ratify & release the Dates, Schedule & Venues of IPL 2022.
The playoffs & finals are proposed to be played in Ahmedabad.
IPL 2022 Dates: A total of 55 matches will be spread over three venues in Mumbai. While Reliance Stadium was also in contention, the BCCI has locked in on Wankhede Stadium, DY Patil Stadium and CCI’s Brabourne Stadium. Pune’s MCA Stadium will host rest of the 15 group stage matches.
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Further, all teams are set to play four games each at the Wankhede, DY Patil Stadium and three apiece at Brabourne and Pune.
As reported by InsideSport earlier, the IPL 2022 will likely start on March 26 followed by a doubleheader on March 27 after a request from official broadcaster Star.
IPL GC in today’s meeting was also discuss the issue voiced by some franchises against Mumbai Indians enjoying undue home advantage. Some of the franchises are not comfortable with the idea of Mumbai Indians playing at their ‘home ground’ of Wankhede Stadium. IPL GC will informally discuss the matter.
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IPL Media Rights Tender: BCCI is also ready to release the much awaited IPL Media Rights Tender for 2023-27 cycle. The IPL GC today will ratify the tender document & the same will be released in the market in next 48-72 hours.
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