The Board of Control for Cricket in India published the schedule for the domestic season 2022–2023 on Monday. More than 1500 matches will be played during the season, which will begin in the first week of September 2022 and end in the middle of March 2023.
The prestigious Duleep Trophy and the return of the Irani Cup will serve as the season’s official opener. From September 8 to September 25, six zones (North, South, Central, West, East, and Northeast) will compete against one another in a knockout style for the Duleep Trophy. After the two multi-day competitions, the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy and the Vijay Hazare Trophy will be awarded. 38 teams, divided into three groups of 8 teams and two groups of 7 teams, will compete in the two white-ball events.
The ICC Women’s T20 World Cup is scheduled to take place in South Africa in February 2023, hence the Senior Women’s T20 Trophy, which starts on October 11 and lasts The first event on the women’s calendar runs through November 5. Next up are the Senior Women’s Interzonal T20 and T20 Challenger. The inter-zonal one-day and Senior Women’s One-Day Trophy will then convert to the 50-over format.
Schedule 2022 of All Domestic Tournament
2022–2023 domestic season in India: Complete tournament schedule
- Defending champion: September 2022
- October 2022: Iran Cup
- Prize for Vijay Hazare: November 2022
- December 20, 2022 – February 20, 2023
- Trophy for Men’s U25 One Day: November–December 2022
- January through March 2023: Col. CK Nayudu Trophy
- October 2022 for the Vinoo Mankad Trophy
- November 2022 – January 2023 Cooch Behar Trophy
- December 2022 to January 2023: Vijay Merchant Trophy (U16)
- Trophy for Senior Women’s T20: October–November 2022
- November 2022: Senior Women’s Inter-Zonal T20
- November 2022: Senior Women’s T20 Challenger Trophy
- Trophy for Senior Women’s One Day: January–February 2023
- February 2023: Senior Women’s Inter-Zonal One Day
- Trophy for Women’s U19 T20: October 2022
- November 2022: Women’s U19 Challenger Trophy
- Trophy for Women’s U19 One Day: December 2022
- Trophy for Women’s U16 One Day: December 2022–January 2023
- March 2023 for the Vizzy Trophy
The renowned Duleep Trophy will signal the beginning of a new season, which also includes the Irani Cup’s comeback. From September 8 to September 25, six zones (North, South, Central, West, East, and Northeast) will compete against one another in a knockout style for the Duleep Trophy.
Among the BCCI’s Ranji Season categories are Elite and Plate
This time around, unlike in the past, when it was staged on either side of the IPL 2022 season, the Ranji Trophy will be contested in full. The trophy still follows the same rules, with the top two teams from each group advancing to the quarterfinals and 32 teams competing in the Elite Group.
The biggest domestic competition in India, the Ranji Trophy, will have two categories: Elite and Plate. With 32 teams, the Elite Group will be split into 4 groups of 8 teams, with each team playing 7 games throughout the league stage. For the quarterfinals, the top two teams from each of the four groups will automatically qualify.