Board Of Control for Cricket in India BCCI’s net worth is 28 times greater than the Australia Cricket Board (CA). CA comes second among the richest cricket boards in the world after BCCI.
The BCCI is the world’s richest cricket board with a net worth of Rs 18,700 crore (2.25 billion US). A recent media report of Cricbuzz has issued this recently updated net worth of BCCI. Cricket Australia (CA) comes in second place overall with a net value of approximately 660 crore (79 million dollars).
The extraordinary figures show Indian cricket’s dominance and how India’s tour to a country serves as a phenomenal push to its financial outlook. Much of BCCI’s significant rise may be due to the development and success of the Indian Premier League (IPL), which debuted in 2008.
Much like the IPL has been a major source of BCCI’s expanding revenue. CA’s T20 league, while not as large as the IPL, is one of the oldest and most successful T20 leagues in the world.
Top Richest Cricket Boards in the world
According to the same report, Cricket South Africa (CSA), which will host India for an all-format series, has the sixth greatest net value among cricket boards worldwide, estimated at 47 million US dollars, which is only about 2% of BCCI’s total worth.
Meanwhile, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) is the third-placed board in this list, with a value of 59 million US dollars. That is why the BCCI, CA, and ECB are often referred to as the ‘Big Three’ of World cricket.
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) comes fourth among the richest cricket boards with a net worth of 55 million dollars. Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) comes fifth richest board with a net worth of 51 million dollars.
However, India is still the clear leader among these three, owing to its cricket-crazed population, which consumes 90% of all sports viewers.
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