- Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI)
- Cricket South Africa (CSA)
- England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB)
- Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB)
- Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB)
- Zimbabwe Cricket Board (ZCB)
- Cricket Australia (CA)
- Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC)
- Cricket West Indies(WICB)
- New Zealand Cricket (NZC)
1. Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI)
If we look at the net worth of both bodies, we see that BCCI has the upper hand. According to the latest data, ICC has a net worth of around 2.5 billion, whereas BCCI has a net worth of 2 billion. Without a question, the Indian squad is the wealthiest cricket team in the world. In addition to Byju’s, MPL Sports, Dream 11, Paytm, Hyundai, Star Sports, and Ambuja Cements, the BCCI has a lengthy number of sponsors. IPL is a major money contributor to BCCI.
2. Cricket South Africa (CSA)
With a revenue of $66.65 Million and a net worth of $79 Million, Cricket South Africa (CSA) is sitting in the sixth position on our list. Formed in 1991, Cricket South Africa’s headquarter is in Johannesburg.
3. England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB)
The ECB was established in the year 1997 with its headquarters in Lords. Its revenue is $292.39 million and its net worth is around $59 million. They have sponsorships from some top brands like Lifebuoy, New Balance and Royal London that have made the board high on money.
4. Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB)
The Pakistan Cricket Board was established in Lahore in 1949. With current revenues of $111.45 million, PCB has a total net worth of $55 million. The board is sponsored by organisations including Pepsi, Gatorade, United Bank Ltd., and Brighto Paints.28-Jun-2022
5. Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB)
In 1977, the Bangladesh Cricket Board was founded. Since 2000, BCB has been a full member of ICC. BCB’s final revenue was $110 million, while its overall net worth was $51 million. Major sponsors include Pan Pacific, Daraz, and Aamra.
6. Zimbabwe Cricket Board (ZCB)
Established in 1992, the Zimbabwe Cricket Board (ZCB) is sitting on the 9th spot in our list with a $15.53 million revenue earned recently and overall net worth of $38 Million. The chairman of the Zimbabwe Cricket Board is Tavengwa Mukuhlani, and CEO is Wilfred Mukondiwa.
7. Cricket Australia (CA)
Cricket Australia, established in 1905, have a net worth of around $24 million. A large pool of companies including Gatorade, HCL, Vodafone, Dettol, KFC, Toyota, and Cadbury sponsor the board and the Big bash League is also a major source of income for them.
8. Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC)
The SLC came into being in 1975. The last revenue of the board was $13.7 million. The SLC handles men’s women’s and under-19 teams of Sri Lanka in domestic and international matches in every format.
9. Cricket West Indies(WICB)
With a total net worth of $15 million, The Cricket West Indies, formerly known as the West Indies Cricket Board, is ranked eighth. WICB’s most recent revenue was $15.53 million. Their earnings steadily grew once the Caribbean Premier League was established.
10. New Zealand Cricket (NZC)
New Zealand Cricket (NZC) The recent income for the NZC was $28.86 million, while its overall net value was $9 million.