IPL 2020 Teams & Players

IPL TEAMS AND PLAYERS

HISTORY OF IPL
The Indian premier league is a professional twenty over format (Twenty 20) cricket tournament founded in the year 2007 by the then vice president of the Board of Control of Cricket in India Mr. Lalit modi. One can say he was the sole brain child and architect behind the origin of IPL in India. With enormous fan following the sport of cricket all over the world, India without doubts has always had one of the craziest fan-following for the supreme sport. So, with such a huge fan support, once the IPL was launched, it was an instant hit not just socially, but commercially as well. The first season of IPL was held in 2008.


Each year 8 different teams participate in the tournament representing 8 major cities in India.

The first season of IPL in 2008 consisted of the following teams
1. Chennai Super Kings
2. Mumabai Indians
3. Rajastan Royals
4. Kolkata Knight Riders
5. Deccan Chargers
6. Kings XI Punjab
7. Delhi Daredevils
8. Royal Challengers Bangalore

TEAM

HOME CITY

HOME GROUND

OWNER

Chennai Super Kings

Chennai

M.A Chidambaram stadium

The India Cements group

Mumbai Indians

Mumbai

Wankhede stadium

Reliance Industries

Rajastan Royals

Jaipur

Sawai mansingh stadium

Manoj Badale

Kolkata Knight Riders

Kolkata

Eden Gardens

Red chillies entertainment & Mehta group

Deccan Chargers

Hyderabad

Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium

Gayatri Reddy, T Venkattram Reddy

Kings XI Punjab

Mohali

PCA Stadium, Mohali 

Ness wadia, Preity Zinta, Mohit Burman, Karan Paul

Delhi Daredevils

Delhi

Feroz Shah Kotla stadium

GMR group & JSW group

Royal Challengers Bangalore

Bangalore

M. Chinnaswamy stadium

United spirits

In the year 2010 after successful completion of 3 seasons of IPL the BCCI announced that there will be 2 more new teams added to the already existing 8 teams making it a total of 10 teams. The two new teams added were Pune warriors and Kochi Tuskers.

The Deccan chronicle group which was owning the then Deccan chargers teams was facing some serious financial crisis following which they September 2012 decided to withdraw from participating in the league. So, subsequently, the team was placed for auction the following month of October 2012.

The team was then bought buy the Sun TV network group which was owned by a popular business tycoon from Tamil Nadu Mr Kalanidhi Maran. The name of the team was then changed as Sunrisers Hyderabad.

After a while both the newly added teams, the Pune warriors and Kochi Tuskers had to be terminated from the tournaments leaving the final tally of the total number of teams to only 8. So the current teams as of 2020 remain

1. Chennai Super Kings
2. Royal Challengers Bangalore
3. Mumbai Indians
4. Kolkata Knight Riders
5. Delhi Capitals
6. Kings XI Punjab
7. Sunrisers Hyderabad
8. Rajastan Royals

Guidelines for squad composition
The squad for each team should comprise a total of 18 to not more than 25 players and among those not more than 8 should be foreign national players. And in the playing 11 of the teams, there should not be more than 4 foreign national players. The Team administration should not spend more than 85 crores INR or 12 million USD on salaries for the players (ie., the salary cap for players). An under-
19 player who has no experience in first class cricket is not eligible to play in the IPL.

CHANGES IN PERSONNEL
Ravichandran Ashwin who was captain of Kings XI Punjab team in 2019 season switched to Delhi capitals team for the 2020 season. Some players were released for purchase during the announcement made on 15 th November 2019. Notable few who got released were Yuvraj singh, chris lynn and Robin Uthappa. There were twelve players who got transferred in between teams during the transfer window for the 2020 season.
The auction for players of the 2020 season took place on 19 th December 2019. Kolkata was the venue for 2020 auctions. KKR (Kolkata Knight Riders) team spent the maximum for a single player. They bought Pat Cummins – the Australian pacer for a whopping 15.5 Crore INR ( 2.2 million USD). As for Indian players concerned, the player sold for maximum price was Piyush chawla, which obviously came out as surprise for many. He was bought by Chennai Super kings team for 6.75 Crore INR (9,50,000 USD).

DELAY IN START OF THE 2020 SEASON
The IPL season for the year 2020 is the 13 th season since its inaugural season which took place in 2008. The official sponsor of the IPL 13 was the Vivo company. That is why this season was officially called Vivo IPL. The season was actually scheduled to start on March 9 th 2020. A temporary suspension
of the event till 15 th April was initially announced owing to the outbreak of Covid-19 virus illness. Later on 9 th of April the BCCI gave an official statement that the body is considering conducting the event during the month of July hopefully by when the pandemic subsides. Later on 14 th April 2020, the Prime minister of India – Narendra Modi announced that the lockdown in the country shall extend till 3 rd may.
So the BCCI finally announced that the tournament is being suspended indefinitely until further notice due to the worsening status of the corona virus pandemic.


FINAL SQUADS FOR THE 8 TEAMS

1. CHENNAI SUPER KINGS
Purse: 14.6 Crore INR
Spent: 14.45 Crore INR
Purchased (4):
R Sai Kishore, Sam Curran, Josh Hazlewood, Piyush Chawla
Retained:
MS Dhoni, Lungi Ngidi, Imran Tahir, Ruturaj Gaikwad, Shane Watson, Ambati Rayudu, Harbhajan
Singh, Murali Vijay, Kedar Jadhav, Ravindra Jadeja, Deepak Chahar, Narayan Jagadeesan, Suresh
Raina, Mitchel Santner, KM Asif, Shardul Thakur, Faf Du Plesis, Monu Kumar, Dwayne Bravo,
Karn Sharma
Total No. of players in the squad: 24
Indians: 16
Foreign nationals: 8


2. DELHI CAPITALS
Purse: 27.85 Crore INR
Spent: 18.85 Crore INR
Purchased:
Chris Woakes, Jason Roy, Alex Carey, Mohit Sharma, Shimron Hitmyer, Tushar Deshpande,
Mohit Sharma, Lalit Yadhav, Marcus Stoinis
Retained:
Prithvi Shaw, Shikhar Dhawan, Shreyas Iyer, Axar Patel, Rishab Pant, Amit Mishra, Harshal Patel,
Ishant Sharma, Avesh Khan, Keemo Paul, Kagiso Rabada, Sandeep Lamichhane
Traded In:

Ajinkya Rahane, Ravichandran Ashwin
Total No. of players in the squad: 22
Indains: 14
Foreign Nationals: 8

3. KINGS XI PUNJAB:
Purse: 42.7 Crore INR
Spent: 26.2 Crore INR
Purchased:
Sheldon Cottrell, Glenn Maxwel, Ishan Porel, Deepak Hooda, James Neesham, Ravi Bishnoi,
Tajinder Dhillon, Chris Jordan, Prabhsimran Singh.
Retained:
Karun Nair, KL Rahul, Nicholas Pooran, Mohammed Shami, Chris Gayle, Mujeeb Ur Rahman,
Mayank Agarwal, Mandeep Singh, Darshan Nalkande, Hardus Viljoen, Arshdeep Singh, Sarfaraz
Khan, Murugan Ashwin, Harpreet Brar
Traded in: J Suchith, K Gowtham
Total No. of players in squad: 25
Indians: 17
Foreign Nationals: 8

4. KOLKATA KNIGHT RIDERS:
Purse: 35.65 Crore INR
Spent: 27.15 Crore INR
Purchased:
Pat Cummins, Eoin Morgan, Varun Chakaravarthy, Rahul Tripathi, Chris Green, M Siddharth,
Praveen Tambe, Tom Banton, Nikhil Naik
Retained:
Andre Russel, Dhinesh Karthik, Kuldeep Yadhav, Sunil Naraine, Shubman Gill, Nitish Rana, Lockie
Ferguson, Rinku Singh, Sandeep Warrier, Prasidh Krishna, Kamlesh Nagarkoti, Harry Gurney,
Shivam Mavi
Total No. of players in squad: 23
Indains: 15
Foreign Nationals: 8


5. MUMBAI INDIANS

Purse: 13.05 Crore INR
Spent: 11.1 Crore INR
Purchased: Nathan Coulter Nile, Chris Lynn, Mohsin khan, Saurabh Tiwari, Balvant Rai Singh,
Digvijay Deshmukh
Retained: Hardik Pandya, Rohit Sharma, Krunal Pandya, Jasprit Bumrah, Surya Kumar Yadav,
Ishan Kishan, Anmolpreet Singh, Rahul Chahar, Aditya Tare, Jayant Yadhav, Anukul roy, Kieron
Pollard, Quinton De Kock, Mitchel Mc Cleneghan, Lasith Malinga
Traded in: Trent boult, Sherfane Rutherford, Dhawal Kulkarni
Total No. players in squad: 24
Indians: 16
Foreign nationals: 8


6. RAJASTAN ROYALS
Purse: 28.9 Crore INR
Spent: 14.15 Core INR
Purchased: Jaydev Unadkat, Robin Uthappa, Anuj Rawat, Yashasvi Jaiswal, Kartik Tyagi, Akash
Singh, Oshane Thomas, David Miller, Andrew Tye, Anirudha Joshi, Tom Curran
Retained: Sanju Samson, Steve Smith, Ben Stokes, Jofra Archer, Riyan Paragh, Jos Buttler,
Shreyas Gopal, Shashank Singh, Varun Aaron, Mahipal Lomror, Manan Vohra
Traded in: Mayank Markande, Ankit Rajput, Rahul Tewatia
Total No. of players in squad: 25
Indians: 17
Foreign Nationals: 8


7. ROYAL CHALLENGERS BANGALORE
Purse: 27.9 Crore INR
Spent: 21.5 Crore INR
Purchased: Chris Morris, Aaron Finch, Kane Richardson, Joshua Phillipe, Dale Steyne, Pavan
Deshpande, Isuru Udane, Shahbaz Ahammed
Total No. of players in squad: 21
Indians: 13

Foreign nationals: 8


8. SUNRISERS HYDERABAD
Purse: 17 Crore INR
Spent: 6.9 Crore INR
Purchased: Priyam Garg, Virat Singh, Sandeep Bhavanaka, Mitchel Marsh, Abdul Samad, Fabien
Allen, Sanjay Yadav
Retained: David Warner, Kane Williamson, Vijay Shankar, Manish Pandey, Mohammad Nabi,
Rashid Khan, Johnny Bairstow, Abhishek Sharma, Shreevats Goswami, Wriddhaman Saha,
Khaleel Ahammed, Bhuvaneshwar Kumar, Siddharth kaul, Sandeep Sharma, Billy Stanlake,
Shahbaz Nadeem, T Natarajan, Basil Thampi
Total No. of players in squad: 25
Indians: 17
Foreign nationals: 8

IPL Team owners

TeamCityOwnerHome ground
Chennai Super KingsChennaiIndia CementsM.A.Chidambaram Stadium
Delhi CapitalsNew DelhiArun Jaitley StadiumGMR and JSW 
Kolkata Knight Riders KolkataEden GardensRed Chillies and Mehta Group
Mumbai IndiansMumbaiWankhede StadiumReliance Industries
Kings XI PunjabMohali (Chandigarh)PCA Stadium, Mohali Preity Zinta, Ness Wadia, Mohit Burman, Karan Paul
Rajasthan Royals JaipurSawai Mansingh Stadium Manoj Badale
Sunrisers Hyderabad HyderabadRajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium Sun TV Network
Royal Challengers Bangalore BengaluruM. Chinnaswamy Stadium United Spirits

43 Replies to “IPL 2020 Teams & Players”

  1. my best and favorite team is C.S.K and i thing that this time also C.S.K will win the I.P.L 2019 winning trophy . so best of pluck to C.S.K and also to MSD

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