This is an IPL team owners list for 2023's edition, along with the initial owners as well as their wealth. The teams are scheduled to take part during the 54th season of the Indian Premier League. Check to Meet the IPL 2023 All Team Owners List.
It has been prepping for the tournament at the close of the previous season, with those who own IPL teams in 2023 showing keen attention to the growth of their teams. Let's take a look at who are IPL Team owners and who oversees the IPL.
All IPL Team Owners list in 2023
|IPL Team Yam
|IPL Team Owner's Name
|Chennai Super Kings
|Preity Zinta, Ness Wadia, Mohit Burman, and Karan Paul
|Kolkata Knight Riders
|Shah Rukh Khan and Juhi Chawla
|Royal Challengers Bangalore
|Steve Koltes, Donald Mackenzie, Rolly van Rappard
|Dr Sanjiv Goenka
IPL Team Owner 2023 Chennai Super Kings owner- N Srinivasan
Chennai Super Kings owner in 2023 is N Srinivasan. This Chennai Super Kings Cricket Limited was founded on 19 December 2014 and purchased the team as well as its rights from the owner, India Cement.
IPL Team Owner 2023 Delhi Capitals- Parth Jindal
Delhi Capitals owner in 2023 is Parth Jindal.
IPL Team Owner of PBKS – Preity Zinta
Mohit Burman of Dabur, Ness Wadia from Wadia Group, Preity Zinta from PZNZ Media, and Karan Paul from the Apeejay Surrendra Group are the co-owners of the Punjab-based IPL franchise. Preity Zinta has been the person of the management team since she sits at the bidding table each year. She also cheers on the players from the sidelines throughout each game.
IPL Team Owner of KKR – Shah Rukh Khan and Juhi Chawla
Shahrukh Khan (Red Chillies Entertainment) and Jay Mehta and Juhi Chawla (Mehta Group) together own the Kolkata Knight Riders with 55 percent as well as 45% stakes. Bollywood star Shahrukh Khan is the face of the team but the auction and management are managed by the duo of Mehta Group. Mehta Group.
IPL Team Owner 2023 MI IPL Team Owner 2023 MI Mukesh Ambani (Reliance)
Nita Ambani along with son Akash Ambani of the Reliance Group owns the most successful IPL franchise The Mumbai Indians. Mumbai Indians IPL owners have been involved in the activities of the team and are involved in MI working even during the off-season.
RR team – Manoj Badale (Emerging Media)
The Rajasthan Royals have a total of 6 owners.
1. Amisha Hathiramani of Tresco International Ltd
2. Manoj Badale of Emerging Media (IPL) Ltd,
3. Lachlan Murdoch of Blue Water Estate Ltd,
4. Raj Kundra and Shilpa Shetty of Kuki Investments Ltd
5. Shane Warne from Spinners.
The brand ambassador for the team is their captain who won the title and co-owner Shane Warne the face of the team will be Bollywood actor Shilpa Shetty. Shetty has been the face who has taken some criticism following the scandalous two-year suspension RR was given for an alleged fix in the match.
IPL Team Owner 2023 RCB Anand Kripalu (United Spirits)
United Spirits Limited's Anand Kripalu is the owner of the Royal Challengers Bangalore. The watched IPL team has experienced an ownership change after an unfortunate sequence of circumstances forced the Kingfishers' Vijay Mallya to drop the team's management. Fans may hope for the team's fortunes to change for the team's performance following an ownership change.
SRH Team – Kalanithi Maran (Sun TV Network)
Sun Network's Kalanithi Maran owns the Hyderabad-based franchise, which changed its name from Deccan Chargers to Sunrisers Hyderabad in 2013. The team was awarded one title under the name of Deccan Chargers and then their second title following the switch to SRH. The daughter of Kalanithi Kaviya Maran is believed to have assumed the operation of the team as of 2020.
LSG Team Owner – Sanjeev Goenka (RPSG Ventures Ltd)
Sanjeev Goenka of RPSG Ventures Limited owns the franchise located in Lucknow. The BCCI launched two franchises in the run-up to the 2023 season.
RPSG Group before owned the Rising Pune Supergiant team in the IPL between 2016 and 2017. After a break from the IPL for five years, The RPSG Group has returned as the owners of the Lucknow Super Giants. They purchased the franchise at a staggering INR 7,090 crore.
IPL Team GT Owner List – Steve Koltes, Donald Mackenzie, Rolly van Rappard
The second franchise that was based in Ahmedabad was transferred by CVC Capitals Partners, to a British private equity and investment advisory company. The team has been renamed in the name of”the Gujarat Titans.
CVC Capital Partners CVC Capital Partners has never held an IPL franchise IPL before. They purchased Gujarat Titans in the IPL Gujarat Titans team for INR 5,625 crore.