The first edition of the Women’s IPL is scheduled played over the course of a 15-day window in March. This is after official approval came in October at the BCCI’s AGM. It will be preceded by a media rights auction and one for the franchises.

A Cricbuzz report stated that the Women’s IPL is expected to be from March 7 to 22. The report added that it is would be a five-team event for which a list of over 200 players is to be submitted.


“Fans should make it to the stadium in large numbers whether we have the WIPL in rural areas or main city centres. We will evaluate that and take a call soon,” said new IPL chairman Arun Dhumal. 

“We are working on making it one of the best women’s cricket tournaments in the world. What we did in the IPL, we want to do something similar with WIPL,” Dhumal told NDTV in November. 


“When they are playing for the Indian team, they will not face any extra pressure, because right now, the players that are selected from the domestic teams, sometimes I can see that they are blank, they are not able to understand how to change their game plan. To cut that gap, the tournament will play a major role. So, in the coming years, with the girls who play in the IPL, we will definitely see some major changes in their performances,” said Harmanpreet Kaur on Star Sports.

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