In contrast to the income of INR 4,360.57 crore generated in the financial year 2021–22, Treasurer Ashish Shelar announced at the BCCI AGM in Goa on Monday that the current year has witnessed revenue of INR 6,558.80 crore, marking a significant increase in BCCI’s earnings.
The previous year’s revenue decline was primarily due to the Covid-19 outbreak. According to Shelar, “This is to inform you that, as a result of Covid 19, the cricket season in 21-22 has been reduced to only three tournaments. Except for a few junior tournaments, such as Under 16, the domestic season of 2020-21 was at full strength. However, the year 2022-23 restored all hopes and confidence in completing the entire domestic season with enthusiasm (sic). Shelar informed the state association members.”
Live Cricket Score learned that the income of the board is anticipated to increase significantly, and the BCCI members have also been informed. The board’s annual revenue is anticipated to surpass INR 80,000 crore by 2027. The International Cricket Council’s (ICC) (previously about 18 percent) revenue share, which has since increased to 38.5 percent, is to blame for this rise.