The Indian Premier League: IPL 2023 schedule has been announced by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). The tournament is expected to begin in March and will run for approximately seven weeks.
The Indian Premier League (IPL) is set to return in 2023 with one of the most eagerly anticipated cricket tournaments in recent history. As you plan and prepare for the tournament, keep up-to-date with all the latest news and information that could help you stay ahead of the game with regard to IPL 2023 Schedule.
Indian Premier League 2023
Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI)
IPL Schedule 2023
31st March 2023 to 28th May 2023
IPL 2023 Start Date
31st March 2023
Format of the matches
Date of Opening Match
31st March 2023
No. of Participants Team
Total no. of Matches to be played
Current winner of IPL
Gujrat Titans (GT)
IPL 2023 Match Venues
BCCI Official Website
The 2023 edition of the Indian Premier League will include a total of 70 matches played between 8 teams, spread across a period of 52 days. The IPL dates run from 31 March to 28th May, 2023 and each team is set to play 14 matches including the opening ceremony fixture on 31 March and the Final on 28th May in Mumbai. All fixtures have been allocated specific venues that are spread out around India with 8 stadiums located in different cities hosting all the matches.
|Match No||Day||Date||Time (IST)||Home Team||Away Team||Venue|
|1||Fri||31-03-2023||7:30 PM||Gujarat Titans||Chennai Super Kings||Ahmedabad|
|2||Sat||01-04-2023||3:30 PM||Punjab Kings||Kolkata Knight Riders||Mohali|
|3||Sat||01-04-2023||7:30 PM||Lucknow Super Giants||Delhi Capitals||Lucknow|
|4||Sun||02-04-2023||3:30 PM||Sunrisers Hyderabad||Rajasthan Royals||Hyderabad|
|5||Sun||02-04-2023||7:30 PM||Royal Challengers Bangalore||Mumbai Indians||Bengaluru|
|6||Mon||03-04-2023||7:30 PM||Chennai Super Kings||Lucknow Super Giants||Chennai|
|7||Tue||04-04-2023||7:30 PM||Delhi Capitals||Gujarat Titans||Delhi|
|8||Wed||05-04-2023||7:30 PM||Rajasthan Royals||Punjab Kings||Guwahati|
|9||Thu||06-04-2023||7:30 PM||Kolkata Knight Riders||Royal Challengers Bangalore||Kolkata|
|10||Fri||07-04-2023||7:30 PM||Lucknow Super Giants||Sunrisers Hyderabad||Lucknow|
|11||Sat||08-04-2023||3:30 PM||Rajasthan Royals||Delhi Capitals||Guwahati|
|12||Sat||08-04-2023||7:30 PM||Mumbai Indians||Chennai Super Kings||Mumbai|
|13||Sun||09-04-2023||3:30 PM||Gujarat Titans||Kolkata Knight Riders||Ahmedabad|
|14||Sun||09-04-2023||7:30 PM||Sunrisers Hyderabad||Punjab Kings||Hyderabad|
|15||Mon||10-04-2023||7:30 PM||Royal Challengers Bangalore||Lucknow Super Giants||Bengaluru|
|16||Tue||11-04-2023||7:30 PM||Delhi Capitals||Mumbai Indians||Delhi|
|17||Wed||12-04-2023||7:30 PM||Chennai Super Kings||Rajasthan Royals||Chennai|
|18||Thu||13-04-2023||7:30 PM||Punjab Kings||Gujarat Titans||Mohali|
|19||Fri||14-04-2023||7:30 PM||Kolkata Knight Riders||Sunrisers Hyderabad||Kolkata|
|20||S at||15-04-2023||3:30 PM||Royal Challengers Bangalore||Delhi Capitals||Bengaluru|
|21||Sat||15-04-2023||7:30 PM||Lucknow Super Giants||Punjab Kings||Lucknow|
|22||Sun||16-04-2023||3:30 PM||Mumbai Indians||Kolkata Knight Riders||Mumbai|
|23||Sun||16-04-2023||7:30 PM||Gujarat Titans||Rajasthan Royals||Ahmedabad|
|24||Mon||17-04-2023||7:30 PM||Royal Challengers Bangalore||Chennai Super Kings||Bengaluru|
|25||Tue||18-04-2023||7:30 PM||Sunrisers Hyderabad||Mumbai Indians||Hyderabad|
|26||Wed||19-04-2023||7:30 PM||Rajasthan Royals||Lucknow Super Giants||Jaipur|
|27||Thu||20-04-2023||3:30 PM||Punjab Kings||Royal Challengers Bangalore||Mohali|
|28||Thu||20-04-2023||7:30 PM||Delhi Capitals||Kolkata Knight Riders||Delhi|
|29||Fri||21-04-2023||7:30 PM||Chennai Super Kings||Sunrisers Hyderabad||Chennai|
|30||Sat||22-04-2023||3:30 PM||Lucknow Super Giants||Gujarat Titans||Lucknow|
|31||Sat||22-04-2023||7:30 PM||Mumbai Indians||Punjab Kings||Mumbai|
|32||Sun||23-04-2023||3:30 PM||Royal Challengers Bangalore||Rajasthan Royals||Bengaluru|
|33||Sun||23-04-2023||7:30 PM||Kolkata Knight Riders||Chennai Super Kings||Kolkata|
|34||Mon||24-04-2023||7:30 PM||Sunrisers Hyderabad||Delhi Capitals||Hyderabad|
|35||Tue||25-04-2023||7:30 PM||Gujarat Titans||Mumbai Indians||Ahmedabad|
|36||Wed||26-04-2023||7:30 PM||Royal Challengers Bangalore||Kolkata Knight Riders||Bengaluru|
|37||Thu||27-04-2023||7:30 PM||Rajasthan Royals||Chennai Super Kings||Jaipur|
|38||Fri||28-04-2023||7:30 PM||Punjab Kings||Lucknow Super Giants||Mohali|
|39||Sat||29-04-2023||3:30 PM||Kolkata Knight Riders||Gujarat Titans||Kolkata|
|40||Sat||29-04-2023||7:30 PM||Delhi Capitals||Sunrisers Hyderabad||Delhi|
|41||Sun||30-04-2023||3:30 PM||Chennai Super Kings||Punjab Kings||Chennai|
|42||Sun||30-04-2023||7:30 PM||Mumbai Indians||Rajasthan Royals||Mumbai|
|43||Mon||01-05-2023||7:30 PM||Lucknow Super Giants||Royal Challengers Bangalore||Lucknow|
|44||Tue||02-05-2023||7:30 PM||Gujarat Titans||Delhi Capitals||Ahmedabad|
|45||Wed||03-05-2023||7:30 PM||Punjab Kings||Mumbai Indians||Mohali|
|46||Thu||04-05-2023||3:30 PM||Lucknow Super Giants||Chennai Super Kings||Lucknow|
|47||Thu||04-05-2023||7:30 PM||Sunrisers Hyderabad||Kolkata Knight Riders||Hyderabad|
|48||Fri||05-05-2023||7:30 PM||Rajasthan Royals||Gujarat Titans||Jaipur|
|49||Sat||06-05-2023||3:30 PM||Chennai Super Kings||Mumbai Indians||Chennai|
|50||Sat||06-05-2023||7:30 PM||Delhi Capitals||Royal Challengers Bangalore||Delhi|
|51||Sun||07-05-2023||3:30 PM||Gujarat Titans||Lucknow Super Giants||Ahmedabad|
|52||Sun||07-05-2023||7:30 PM||Rajasthan Royals||Sunrisers Hyderabad||Jaipur|
|53||Mon||08-05-2023||7:30 PM||Kolkata Knight Riders||Punjab Kings||Kolkata|
|54||Tue||09-05-2023||7:30 PM||Mumbai Indians||Royal Challengers Bangalore||Mumbai|
|55||Wed||10-05-2023||7:30 PM||Chennai Super Kings||Delhi Capitals||Chennai|
|56||Thu||11-05-2023||7:30 PM||Kolkata Knight Riders||Rajasthan Royals||Kolkata|
|57||Fri||12-05-2023||7:30 PM||Mumbai Indians||Gujarat Titans||Mumbai|
|58||Sat||13-05-2023||3:30 PM||Sunrisers Hyderabad||Lucknow Super Giants||Hyderabad|
|59||Sat||13-05-2023||7:30 PM||Delhi Capitals||Punjab Kings||Delhi|
|60||Sun||14-05-2023||3:30 PM||Rajasthan Royals||Royal Challengers Bangalore||Jaipur|
|61||Sun||14-05-2023||7:30 PM||Chennai Super Kings||Kolkata Knight Riders||Chennai|
|62||Mon||15-05-2023||7:30 PM||Gujarat Titans||Sunrisers Hyderabad||Ahmedabad|
|63||Tue||16-05-2023||7:30 PM||Lucknow Super Giants||Mumbai Indians||Lucknow|
|64||Wed||17-05-2023||7:30 PM||Punjab Kings||Delhi Capitals||Dharamshala|
|65||Thu||18-05-2023||7:30 PM||Sunrisers Hyderabad||Royal Challengers Bangalore||Hyderabad|
|66||Fri||19-05-2023||7:30 PM||Punjab Kings||Rajasthan Royals||Dharamshala|
|67||Sat||20-05-2023||3:30 PM||Delhi Capitals||Chennai Super Kings||Delhi|
|68||Sat||20-05-2023||7:30 PM||Kolkata Knight Riders||Lucknow Super Giants||Kolkata|
|69||Sun||21-05-2023||3:30 PM||Mumbai Indians||Sunrisers Hyderabad||Mumbai|
|70||Sun||21-05-2023||7:30 PM||Royal Challengers Bangalore||Gujarat Titans||Bengaluru|
The IPL features ten teams. The teams and captains are listed below:
|Name of the IPL 2023 teams||Name of the captains of the IPL 2023 teams|
|Rajasthan Royals (RR)||Sanju Samson|
|Chennai Super Kings (CSK)||Mahendra Singh Dhoni|
|Mumbai Indians (MI)||Rohit Sharma|
|Punjab Kings (PBSK)||Mayank Agrawal|
|Delhi Capitals (DC)||Rishabh Pant|
|Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)||Shreyas Iyer|
|Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)||Faf Du Plassis|
|Sunrise Hyderabad (SRH)||Kane Williamson|
|Gujarat Titans (GT)||Hardik Pandya|
|Lucknow Super Joints (LSG)||KL Rahul|
March 31 is IPL 2023 Starting Date. Ahmedabad will host both the tournament’s opening game and its championship; there will be doubleheaders every Saturday and Sunday for a total of 18 games.
IPL 2023 will kick off on March 31 with Gujarat Titans vs. Chennai Super Kings in Ahmedabad, marking the league’s first return to its traditional home-and-away format in India since 2019. The final will take place on May 28 in Ahmedabad as well.
The official opening ceremony of IPL 2023 will be held on 31 March , 2023. This year’s event is expected to be bigger and more colorful than ever. Fans from all over the world are expected to flock to watch IPL’s traditional grand opening ceremony. Expect a host of celebrity appearances, thrilling entertainment acts and top-level cricket players gracing the stage as part of this dynamic celebration.
NEW DELHI: The BCCI announced the schedule for the upcoming season on Friday and revealed that the IPL 2023 opening match will be played in Ahmedabad between the defending champion Gujarat Titans and the four-time champion Chennai Super Kings. The final league game will be played on May 21. The 16th edition of the tournament begins on March 31. During the league phase of the competition, each of the 10 franchises will play seven home matches and seven away matches.
The board determined that there would be 18 doubleheaders among the 70 league games that would be played. Over the course of 52 days, 12 venues will host league games.
Similar to last season, the IPL 2023 team list have been split into two groups.
There will be 14 league games for each team, with each playing the five teams from the opposing group twice and the other four teams from their own group once. This is an improvement over last year.
The Ten teams participating in the IPL 2023.
IPL Teams 2023 are:
All these teams will be competing against each other to secure a place in the playoffs and eventually win the tournament title.
The IPL 2023 schedule will be broadcast live in India on the Star Sports network. Fans from other countries can watch their favorite teams battle for glory by subscribing to the official broadcasting partner of their respective countries such as BT Sport, SkySport, and Star Sports. In addition, various streaming platforms will have exclusive digital streaming rights to specific matches from the tournament.
Satsport.com is one of the best streaming platform for IPL 2023 Live Match.
The first doubleheader of the season will take place on April 1.
All 10 teams will compete during the tournament’s opening three days.
IPL 2023 Final Match will take place on May 28, and the Playoffs and Final’s schedule and locations will be revealed later.
The afternoon matches on the day of the double header will begin at 3:30 pm IST, while the evening matches will start at 7:30 pm IST. The final will take place on May 28 in Ahmedabad
The league phase will consist of 18 doubleheaders, played every Saturday and Sunday. Mumbai and the Super Kings, the two most successful teams in IPL history, will face off twice, on April 8 and May 6, with the second of those games marking the 1000th game played in the league since it began in 2008. The Chennai MA Chidambaram Stadium, also known as Chepauk, would serve as the Super Kings’ new home while they were away.
The league phase will include 18 doubleheaders and 70 games spread across 52 days from March 31 to May 21 in 12 cities. Some games will be played in Guwahati, the second home of the Royals, and Dharamsala, the second home of the Kings, in addition to the ten regular IPL 2023 Venue, which are
The final season of the league to be played at all of India’s traditional venues was the 2019 season. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the tournament had to be moved to the UAE and moved from its original March-May window to September-November in 2020.
The season was interrupted midway through the 2021 attempt to play in the Indian summer due to a breach of the bio-secure bubble, and the second half of the season was then resumed in the UAE in September. The tournament was held in India in the months of March through May of 2022, with all league matches taking place at locations in Mumbai and Pune and the playoffs and championship game taking place in Kolkata and Ahmedabad.
Under Hardik Pandya’s leadership, Gujarat Titans won the IPL championship in their debut last year, defeating Rajasthan Royals in the championship game in Ahmedabad.
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