Pro Kabaddi League Schedule date time for 2023-24

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Vivo Pro Kabaddi League organizers Mashal Sports have announced the first half of Season 10 beginning on 2 December 2023. The entire season will be held at the Sheraton Grand Bengaluru Whitefield Hotel and Convention Centre without spectators. Keep continuing reading to get Pro Kabaddi League Schedule date time in detail.

As a unique format for the PKL’s current season, ‘Triple Headers’ will be on the first four days. By doing this, the organizers hope to give fans a chance to see every team play at the beginning of the league.

In the first match of the season, U Mumba will take on Bengaluru Bulls. In the second match, the league’s ‘Southern Derby’ will take center stage as Telugu Titans face Tamil Thalaivas, and UP Yoddha will take on Bengal Warriors in the final match opening day.

All Saturdays during the tournament will also feature Triple Headers. The release of the second-half schedule by mid-January will also help PKL teams assess and revamp their competition strategies for the second half of the tournament.

Mashal Sports CEO Anupam Goswami said, “We aim to keep reinventing the sport.”. Splitting the schedule into two halves will help teams strategize better and keep fans interested. The triple headers and the “Triple Panga” event will give fans more chances to watch their favorite players and teams as they compete for the coveted title.”

Pro Kabaddi League

All 12 teams will stay and play at the same venue after Mashal Sports converts the whole platform into a single integrated and secure bio-bubble.

VIVO Pro Kabaddi League broadcasting

Vivo Pro Kabaddi League Season 10 will be broadcast live on Star Sports Network, Disney+ Hotstar ESPN Plus, and Disney Bundle.

VIVO Pro Kabaddi – 2023-24

  • Starting 2nd December 2023 to 21st February 2024, ESPN+ will have live coverage of every match in the VIVO Pro Kabaddi League, streaming in English and Hindi.
  • Kabaddi is a team sport played between two teams of seven players. The objective of the game is for a single player on offense, referred to as a “raider,” to run into the opposing team’s half of court, touch out as many of their defenders as possible, and return to their half of the court, all without being tackled by the defenders.
  • The VIVO Kabaddi League features 12 teams and is 10th season (started in 2014). It is the 2nd most-watched league in India after the IPL
  • Matches this week: Follow the Link to get complete details.

PKL Player Auctions

In August’s PKL player auctions held in Mumbai, 59 players were retained, but more than 450 went under the hammer. 190 players were sold for *48.22 crores. Notable player auctions included Pardeep Narwal, who was acquired by UP Yoddha for *1.65 crores, becoming one of the most expensive players to be auctioned at a league outside of cricket. Telugu Titans purchased Siddharth Desai for ₹1.30 crore.

Pro Kabaddi League Schedule date time

Mashal Sports have released the schedule for Season 10 of Pro Kabaddi League. It begins on December 2nd, 2023. The entire season will be held at the Sheraton Grand Bengaluru Whitefield Hotel and Convention Centre without spectators. Get a look into Pro Kabaddi league full schedule.

All 12 Teams Squads

Bengal Warriors

Retained Elite Players – Maninder Singh (raider), Mohammad Esmaeil Nabibakhsh (all-rounder), Rinku Narwal (defender).

Young Player Retained – Ravindra Ramesh Kumawat (Raiders)

International Players – Abozar Mohajer Mighani (defender, 30.5L)

Domestic Category B Players – Sukesh Hegde (rider, 30L), Sumit Singh (rider, 20L), Rishank Devadiga (rider, 20L).

Domestic Category C Players – Manoj Gowda K (all-rounder, 10L), Parveen (defender, 10L), Vijin Thangadurai (defender, 10L), Rohit Banne (defender, 10L), Darshan J (defender, 10L), Sachin Vittala (defender, 17.5L), and Akash Pikalmunde (raider, 17L).

Domestic Category D Player – Rohit (all-rounder, 6L)

Dabang Delhi KC

Retained Elite Player – Vijay Kumar (all-rounder)

Young Player Retained – Naveen Kumar (raider)

New Existing Young Players – Balram (all-rounder), Sumit (defender), Mohit (defender), Neeraj Narwal (raider)

International Players – Mohammad Malak (defender, 10L), Emad Sedaghat Nia (raider, 10.2L)

Domestic Category B Players – Sandeep Narwal (all-rounder, 60L), Ajay Thakur (raider, 46L), Jeeva Kumar (defender, 44L), Joginder Singh Narwal (defender, 20L), Manjeet Chhillar (all-rounder, 20L)

Domestic Category C Player – Sushant Sail (raider, 10L)

Dometic Category D Player – Vikas (defender, 6L)

Bengaluru Bulls

Retained Elite Players – Pawan Kumar Sehrawat (raider), Amit Sheoran (defender)

New Existing Young Players – Saurabh Nandal (defender), Mohit Sehrawat (defender), Banty (raider)

International Players – Ziaur Rahman (defender, 12.2L), Dong Geon Lee (raider, 12.5L), Abolfazl Maghsodlou Mahali (raider, 13L)

Domestic category A Players – Chandran Ranjit (raider, 80L), Mahender Singh (defender, 50L)

Domestic category B Players – Deepak Narwal (raider, 26.5L), G B More (raider, 25L)

Domestic category C Players – Mayur Jagannath Kadam (defender, 15L), Ankit (defender, 10L), Vikas (defender, 10L)

Haryana Steelers

Retained Elite Player – Vikash Kandola (raider)

New Young Existing Players – Vinay (raider), Vikas Chillar (raider), Chand Singh (defender)

International Players – Hamid Mirzaei Nader (all-rounder, 12.1L), Mohammad Esmaeil Maghsodlou (raider, 13.2L)

Domestic Category A Player – Rohit Gulia (all-rounder, 83L)

Domestic Category B Players – Surender Nada (defender, 20L), Ravi Kumar (defender, 27.5L), Vikas Jaglan (all-rounder, 20L)

Domestic Category C Players – Brijendra Singh Chaudhary (all-rounder, 55L), Ajay Ghanghas (all-rounder, 10L), Rajesh Narwal (all-rounder, 10L), Rajesh Gurjar (defender, 10L)

Gujarat Giants

Elite Retained Players – Parvesh Bhainswal (defender), Sunil Kumar (defender)

Existing New Young Players – Harmanjeet Singh (raider) Sumit (defender), Ankit (defender)

Overseas Players – Hadi Oshtorak (all-rounder, 20L), Soleiman Pahlevani (defender, 11.5L)

Category A Domestic Player – Ravinder Pahal (defender, 74L)

Category B Domestic Players – Sonu (raider, 20L), Girish Maruti Ernak (defender, 20L)

Category C Domestic Players – Rathan K (raider, 25L), Mahendra Ganesh Rajput (15L), Maninder Singh (raider, 10L), Harshit Yadav (raider, 10L), Pardeep Kumar (raider, 10L), Ajay Kumar (raider, 10L)

Puneri Paltan

Elite Retained players – Balasaheb Shahaji Jadhav (defender), Pawan Kumar Kadian (raider), Hadi Tajik (defender)

Existing New Young Players – Sanket Sawant (defender), Pankaj Mohite (raider)

New Young Player – Govind Gurjar (all-rounder), Mohit Goyat (Raider)

Overseas Player – Victor Onyango Obiero (all-rounder, 10L)

Category A Domestic Players – Vishal Bhardwaj (defender, 60L), Baldev Singh (defender, 60L), Rahul Chaudhari (raider, 40L)

Category B Domestic Player – Nitin Tomar (raider, 61L)

Category C Domestic Players – Sombir (defender, 34.5L), E Subash (all-rounder, 10L), Karamvir (defender, 10L), Vishwas S (raider, 10L)

Category D Domestic Players – Abinesh Nadarajan (defender, 6L), Sourav Kumar (defender, 6L)

Patna Pirates

Retained Elite Players – Neeraj Kumar (defender), Monu (raider)

New Existing Young Players – Mohit (raider), Rajveersinh Pratap Rao Chavan (raider), Sahil Mann (all-rounder)

International Players – Jangkun Lee (raider, 20.5L), Mohammadreza Shadloui Chiyaneh (all-rounder, 31L)

Category A Domestic Players – Prashanth Kumar Rai (raider, 55L), Sachin Tanwar (raider, 84L)

Category B Domestic Players – Sunil (defender, 31.5L), Monu Goyat (raider, 20L)

Category C Domestic Players – Guman Singh (raider, 18.5L), Sourav Gulia (defender, 10L), Sajin Chandrasekar (all-rounder, 10L), Shubham Shinde (defender, 10L), Sandeep (defender, 10L)

Jaipur Pink Panthers

Retained Elite Players – Amit Hooda (defender), Vishal (defender)

Young Retained Player – Nitin Rawal (all-rounder)

New Young Players – Pavan TR (defender), Sushil Gulia (raider), Sachin Narwal (all-rounder), Elavarasan A (defender)

International Players – Amir Hossein Mohammadmaleki (raider, 10L), Mohammad Amin Nosrati (raider, 11L)

Domestic Category A Players – Deepak Niwas Hooda (all-rounder, 55L), Sandeep Kumar Dhull (defender, 45L)

Domestic Category B Players – Arjun Deshwal (raider, 96L), Naveen (raider, 22L), Dharmaraj Cheralathan (defender, 22L)

Domestic Category C Players – Amit (defender, 20L), Ashok (raider, 10L), Amit Nagar (raider, 10L), Shaul Kumar (defender, 10L)

Tamil Thalaivas

Existing New Young Players – Sagar (defender), Himanshu (defender), M. Abishek (defender)

Overseas Players – Anwar Saheed Baba (all-rounder, 10L), Mohammad Tuhin Tarafder (defender, 10L)

Category A Domestic Players – Surjeet Singh (defender, 75L), K Prapanjan (raider, 71L), Manjeet (raider, 92L)

Category B Domestic Player – Athul MS (raider, 30L)

Category C Domestic Players – Bhavani Rajput (raider, 10L), Sourabh Tanaji Patil (all-rounder, 15L), Ajinkya Ashok Pawar (19.5L), Sahil (defender, 10L), Sagar B Krishna (all-rounder, 10L), Santhapanaselvam (all-rounder, 10L)

UP Yoddha

Retained Young Player – Nitesh Kumar (defender)

Existing New Young Players – Sumit (defender), Ashu Singh (defender), Surinder Gill (raider)

New Young Player – Nitin Panwar (all-rounder)

Overseas Players – Mohammad Taghi Paein Mahali (raider, 12L), Md. Masud Karim (raider, 10L)

Category A domestic Players – Pardeep Narwal (raider, 1.65 Crores), Shrikant Jadhav (raider, 72 L)

Category C Domestic Players – Sahil (raider, 10L), Gaurav Kumar (defender, 10L), Gurdeep (all-rounder, 10L), Gulveer Singh (raider, 10L), Ankit (raider, 10L), Aashish Nagar (defender, 10L)

Telugu Titans

Elite Retained Player – Rakesh Gowda (raider)

Retained Young Players – Ankit Beniwal (raider), Rajnish (raider)

Existing New Young Players – Manish (defender), Akash Choudhary (defender), Akash Dattu Arsul (defender)

New Young Player – Prince (Telugu Titans)

Overseas Players – Abe Tetsuro (defender, 10L), Hyunsu Park (raider, 10L)

Domestic Category A Players – Surender Singh (defender, 55L), Siddharth Desai (raider, 1.3 Crores), Rohit Kumar (raider, 36 L)

Domestic Category C Players – Sandeep Kandola (defender, 59.5L), Ruturaj Shivaji Koravi (defender, 19.8L), Adarsh T (defender, 10L), C Arun (defender, 10L)

Category D Domestic Players – Amit Chauhan (raider, 6L), G Raju (raider, 6L)

U Mumba

Retained Elite Players – Fazel Atrachali (defender), Abhishek Singh (raider), Ajinkya Rohidas Kapre (all rounder), Harendra Kumar (defender)

New Existing Young Player – Navneet (raider)

International Player – Mohsen Maghsoudlou Jafari (all-rounder, 12.8L)

Domestic Category B Player – Ajith V Kumar (raider, 25L)

Domestic Category C Players – Rinku (defender, 32L), Ajeet (defender, 10L), Sunil Siddhgavali (defender, 10L), Pankaj (all-rounder, 10L), Rahul Rana (raider, 10L), Jashandeep Singh (raider, 10L), Ashish Kumar Sangwan (all-rounder, 10L)

Pro Kabaddi winners

Bengal Warriors are the current champion of the Indian Premier League, which is influenced by the game’s format. There are 12 teams overall.

PKL Season 1Jaipur Pink Panthers
PKL Season 2U Mumba
PKL Season 3Patna Pirates
PKL Season 4Patna Pirates
PKL Season 5Patna Pirates
PKL Season 6Bengaluru Bulls
PKL Season 7 Bengal Warriors

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