The BCCI has established itself as the unchallenged cricketing superpower
The Body of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has once again shown that it is an unrivalled powerhouse of international cricket, with figures indicating that the Indian cricket board continues to produce more income than any of its peers.
According to Times Now statistics, BCCI generates 23% more money than Cricket Australia (CA), which is ranked second in the category.
According to statistics, the Board of Control for Cricket in India produces a whopping INR 3,730 crore (figures as of 2021), whereas Cricket Australia generates an estimated INR 2,843 crore.
The third place is held by the England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB), which generated INR 2,135 crore in income during the aforementioned period. Furthermore, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is ranked fourth, with an expected income of INR 811 crore.
Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) ranks fifth with INR 802 crore in income, while Cricket South Africa (CSA) and New Zealand Cricket Board (NZC) rank sixth and seventh, respectively, with INR 485 crore and INR 210 crore.
The remaining three slots on this list are held by the West Indies Cricket Board (INR 116 Crore), the Zimbabwe Cricket Board (INR 113 Crore), and Sri Lanka Cricket (INR 100 Crore).
Notably, the success of the high-profile Indian Premier League (IPL) throughout the years has aided the BCCI in becoming the world’s indisputable cricket governing body. In reality, the hardest T20 league in the world has outperformed rivals like as the Big Bash League (BBL), The Hundred, and others in terms of revenue creation and commercial viability.