The IPL 2022 is a competitive Twenty20 cricket league in which 10 teams will play from ten different locations across India.
It has been confirmed which city would host the two new clubs in the IPL season of 2022, which will take place next year, and who will be their owner. The Taj Dubai hosted the whole bidding process. RPSG Group Lucknow and CVC Capital Ahmedabad have both purchased these teams.
Sanjeev Goenka is a powerful industrialist who once owned an Indian Premier League franchise. He has purchased the Lucknow squad, which is the state capital of Uttar Pradesh. He paid Rs 7090 crore for this squad. Ahmedabad, on the other hand, has already dispatched a team. CVC Capital has received a proposal of Rs 5625 crore from an Ahmedabad team. It’s an equity firm. The BCCI intended to make at least ten thousand crores, but they have made more than twelve thousand crores.
What is the IPL 2022 New Teams List? Ahmedabad, Chennai Super Kings, Delhi Capitals, Kings XI Punjab, Kolkata Knight Riders, Lucknow, Mumbai Indians, Rajasthan Royals, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Sunrisers Hyderabad are the teams that will play IPL in 2022.
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IPL 2022 Format
IPL 2022 74 matches, 7 home, 7 away
Because two additional teams have joined the IPL 2022, there will now be 74 matches instead of the previous eight. How many IPL teams are there in 2022? There will be ten teams now. Pune Warriors and Kochi were two new teams in 2011. We’ll see ten teams once again, with 74 matches to be played this time. This season’s IPL will have two groups of five teams each. These are all ten teams; they will be separated into two groups of two. And the teams who are participating will play twice in their respective groups.
Furthermore, there will be a period when it will play one match against another group, and there will be a team that will play that other group at least twice. At least one team will play in at least 14 games in such a circumstance. So there may be a lot of bio bubbles because if the corona lasts that long, the constraints will last that long as well, which could be quite troublesome. There may be several issues with the players. But, as we’ve seen, BCCI has embraced the concept of “The Show Must Go On,” and the IPL should go over without a hiccup. Corona has been spreading for two seasons already.
The BCCI is confident that the addition of two additional teams would make the IPL window larger and more entertaining this year. All of the players that arrive will have different bidding, the process will be completed, and the team will be changed. After the entry of two new teams next year, a new format or, more accurately, a new system will be designed.
IPL 2022 bidders list
There were 6 centres, alternatives were presented here, all bids were there, there was also an Adani group, and there was news that Ranbir Singh and Deepika Padukone had their own group. Manchester had submitted an offer as well. There was also a Kota group and other large bidders, but RPSG Sanjeev Goenka Group and CVC Equity Firm won in the end. Let us tell you that Arun Pandey, the promoter of RITI Sports and Dhoni’s manager, had submitted a bid in Cuttack, but it was denied due to late filing.
Ahmedabad, Lucknow, Cuttack, Dharamsala, Indore, and Guwahati were the six alternatives for bidding on the centres.
People have wanted a Lucknow franchise for a long time since Lucknow is the most populated place in India and no IPL team has ever come from there. As a result, it will be quite exciting for everyone.
The home ground would be Atal Bihari Stadium, according to reports. If we talk about Ahmedabad, the Narendra Modi Stadium is the largest venue there, and if Ahmedabad is connected to all of these, the match would be quite fascinating.
The next season will be interesting because only eight teams have ever faced such fierce competition, and with the addition of Lucknow and Ahmedabad next year, the IPL will become even more open and competitive.
Where will IPL 2022 be held?
Hopefully, everything goes smoothly during IPL 2022, and the tournament will be held entirely in India. In the COVID pandemic, the UAE has always been the BCCI’s second-best option for hosting the IPL and other important competitions.
Sourav Ganguly’s reaction to the bid
BCCI President Sourav Ganguly expressed his delight with the addition of two additional franchises to the IPL, saying, “We are really glad that Indian cricket is developing.” It is our responsibility to follow Indian cricket. The more diverse Indian cricket becomes, the better, and that is what we value.
Ahmedabad and Lucknow
CVC Capital and RP-Sanjiv Goenka Group
Chennai Super Kings
CVC Capital Partners