Indian Domestic Cricket Season Schedule 2023-24 Announced
BCCI has announced the schedule for the Indian domestic cricket season 2023-24. A total of 1846 matches will be played between the last week of June 2023 and the month of March 2024 in this season.
India’s domestic cricket season begins with the Duleep Trophy on June 28 and ends with the Ranji Trophy. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) today released the domestic cricket schedule for the 2023-24 season.
The first tournament of the season, the Duleep Trophy, will be played between six zonal teams. June 28- July 16; This 19-day tournament. The ground will then be played for the Professor Deodhar Trophy (List A), which will start on July 24 and will continue till August 3, for a total of 11 days. Both these tournaments will be played across six regions. The teams are Central, Southern, Northern, Eastern, Western, and North Eastern.
The Irani Cup will be held from October 1-5, while the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy Men’s T20 National Championship will be held from October 16 to November 6. Then the Vijay Hazare Trophy will be held from November 23 to December 15.
The Ranji Trophy, one of the premier domestic cricket tournaments in the world of cricket, will be the last tournament in the senior team’s calendar. The Elite Group League matches will be held from January 5 to February 19. The knock-out round will take place from February 23 to March 14. The tournament will be held on the field for 70 days. Ranji Trophy has elite and plate groups.
Indian Domestic Cricket Season 2023-24
- Duleep Trophy, 28 June – 16 July
- Professor Deodhar Trophy, 24 July – 3 August
- Irani Cup, 1 – 5 October
- Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, 16 October – 6 November
- Vijay Hazare Trophy, 23 November – 15 December.
- Ranji Trophy, 5 January – 24 March