Richest Cricket Boards of the world

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New Zealand Cricket (NZC) – $ 9 Million

 New Zealand Cricket (NZC)   is in worst financial condition. NZC was at the bottom of the net profit earners at a mere $2.285 million and its net worth stood at $8.611 million – also the lowest among all national cricket Boards.

New Zealand boards are known for their best spirit of cricket throughout the world. This kiwi board is mostly dependent on the Television rights that’s why their income is quite low.

West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) – $ 15 Million

The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB),formed since 1920’s is the governing body for professional cricket in the West Indies with net worth of $15 Million.The WICB has been a full member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) since 1926. It operates the West Indies cricket team and West Indies A cricket team.

West Indies cricket team was best during the period of 1970-1990. In last few years this board is not able to earn more money that’s why few of their players are not playing for their country. West Indies cricket board now mostly dependent on the campaign of WIPB T20 league.

Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) – $ 20 Million

Sri Lanka Cricket is the controlling body for cricket in Sri Lanka. It operates the Sri Lankan Cricket Team and first-class cricket within Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka’s cricket board has been run by government appointed committees with net worth of $20 Million.

Sri lanka Cricket Board earns mostly by the Television rights which they get for Sri lanka cricket. Many times ,this Board is not able to pay their players which led to conflict between players and board.

Cricket Australia (CA) – $ 24 Million

Cricket Australia, formerly known as the Australian Cricket Board, is the governing body for professional and amateur cricket in Australia with net worth of $24 Million.

Cricket Australia s a private limited company based in Australia , they mostly earn by the Television rights which they get and now most of the earnign they get from Big Bash League.

Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) – $ 32 Million

Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) is the governing body for the sport of cricket in Zimbabwe.Zimbabwe Cricket is a full member of the International Cricket Council, and operates the Zimbabwean cricket team and so organises all formats of cricket matches.

Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) – $ 51 Million

The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) is the governing body of cricket in Bangladesh with net worth of $51 Million. The BCB became a full member of the International Cricket Council on 26 June 2000 with its headquarter at Dhaka .

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) – $ 55 Million

The Pakistan Cricket Board is a governing body of all professional cricket, including Test cricket and One Day International matches played in Pakistan with the annual turnover of $55 million.

Pakistan have an amazing cricket following , PCB earn most of the money by Television rights only. In 2016 they started PSL which can boost up their earning in the future.

England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) – $59 Million

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) is the governing body of cricket in England and Wales. The leagues under ECB is not under franchise but still it’s pretty much famous in the world and ECB earns most of the money by County matches and selling the Television rights. England will be hosting the Cricket World Cup 2019.

Cricket South Africa (CSA) – $ 69 Million

The second richest board is South Africa Cricket which is the governing body of all professional cricket as well as first class cricket. It organises all ODI , T20I’s and other matches.

Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI)– $ 295 Million

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is the richest cricket board. Its headquarter is at Mumbai.

It is the national governing body for all cricket in India which is responisble for organising and conducting international and domestic cricket matches. Broadcasting rights of the matches is also a great source of income of BCCI.

 

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