2023 IPL Auction: What are the IPL Auction rules for this year? Check out

Updated on: Dec 15, 2022 3:01 pm IST

  • 2023 IPL Auction

    2023 IPL Auction: The IPL 2023 auction is scheduled to take place on December 23 in Kochi, India, just before the competition begins the following year. 50 foreign players were among the 163 cricketers that were kept on by their respective franchises. This means that 87 places across all teams are still available in the upcoming auction. Notably, there is still money in the franchise sale pool totaling 206.5 million rupees. This year, 991 players have signed up for the IPL auction 2022. Players who choose not to take the beating this year will watch the competition from the sidelines. Here is a look at the auction rules and regulations that each franchise and their owners must strictly adhere to during the proceedings. 

    2023 IPL Auction

    2023 IPL AUCTION RULES

    IPL 2023 Auction Guidelines: As the BCCI chooses to hold the IPL 2023 mini auction, teams have an advantage over the IPL 2022 mega auction in that they can keep the majority of their players.

    • No franchisee will be allowed to invest in a player more than they have available in their budget.
      Each team’s total budget must be spent by at least 75%.
    • The Right to Match (RTM) card option won’t be available to franchisees.
    • No side may have more than 25 players, and each squad must have at least 18 players.
      Each franchise may have a minimum of 17 and a maximum of 25 Indian players.
    • There is a limit of 8 international players per club, similar to this, however there are no limits on the lower maximum.

    2023 IPL AUCTION PLAYERS LIST

    The list of players up for auction has been released. On December 23, 2022, in Kochi, 405 cricketers will be sold off.273 of the 405 players are Indian, 132 are from abroad, and 4 are from partner countries. There are 119 total capped players, 282 uncapped players, and 4 players from associate countries. There are now 87 spots across different franchisees up for grabs, with up to 30 of them reserved for players from abroad.

    Teams Total Players No Of Overseas Players Total Money Spent (Rs in Crores) Remaining Purse (Rs in Crores) Available Slots Overseas Slots
    CSK 18 6 74.55 20.45 7 2
    DC 20 6 75.55 19.45 5 2
    GT 18 5 75.75 19.25 7 3
    KKR 14 5 87.95 7.05 11 3
    LSG 15 4 71.65 23.35 10 4
    MI 16 5 74.45 20.55 9 3
    PBKS 16 5 62.8 32.2 9 3
    RCB 18 6 86.25 8.75 7 2
    RR 16 4 81.8 13.2 9 4
    SRH 12 4 52.75 42.25 13 4
    Total 163 50 743.5 206.5 87 30

     

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