According to ESPNcricinfo, the BCCI has nominated at least a dozen locations for the 10-team flagship tournament, including 48 matches, including three knockouts, over 46 days.
According to the report, the other 11 cities up for consideration are Bengaluru, Delhi, Rajkot, Dharamsala, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Lucknow, Indore, and Guwahati.
The BCCI still has to designate the locations of any games, except the championship game, which will take place in Ahmedabad at the world’s largest stadium.
Mohali and Nagpur, which recently held a Test cricket against visiting Australia, should be included on the list of 12 cities.
In 2011, India hosted the 50-over World Cup for the second time and won the competition.
The 2023 ODI World Cup is to be Held in India from October to November; Ahmedabad to Host the Final
The final will be held in Ahmedabad, with the BCCI shortlisting 11 other Indian cities as potential hosts.
The ODI World Cup in 2023 will begin on October 5 and finish on November 19. ESPNcricinfo has also heard that the BCCI, the event’s host, has nominated at least a dozen locations, with the final set at the world’s biggest cricket stadium in Ahmedabad.
The selection also includes Bengaluru, Delhi, Rajkot, Dharamsala, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Lucknow, Indore, and Guwahati, with Ahmedabad excluded. Over 46 days, the competition will feature 48 matches, including three knockouts.
Apart from the championship match, the BCCI still needs to determine the locations of any games or the two or three cities where the teams will practice. As the monsoon season is ending at different times in various regions of India, there has been a delay in concluding the media.
Apart from the championship match, the BCCI has not yet determined the locations of any games or the two or three cities where the teams will practice. As the monsoon season is ending at different times in various regions of India, there has been a delay in concluding the media.
The BCCI is said to have promised the international organization at the ICC’s quarterly meetings held last weekend in Dubai that the Indian government would approve visas for the Pakistani contingent.
BCCI to Update ICC on Tax Exemption Issue for 2023 ODI World Cup in India.
With tax exemptions, the BCCI will tell the ICC shortly of the Indian government’s position. The tax exemption was included in the host’s agreement that the BCCI and the ICC signed in 2014 when India was awarded the privilege to host three men’s events: the ODI World Cup in 2023, the T20 World Cup in 2021, and the T20 World Cup in 2016. The 2018 Champions Trophy was eventually renamed the 2021 T20 World Cup owing to the pandemic. As per the agreement, it was the responsibility of the BCCI to provide aid to the ICC (along with all the commercial partners involved in the event) in acquiring tax exemptions.
The Indian tax authorities warned the ICC last year that it would be assessed a 20% tax order (excluding surcharges) on its broadcast earnings from the 2023 World Cup. In a memo circulated to its members – state associations – the BCCI mentioned that any tax paid by the ICC would be “offset” against the Indian board’s earnings from the ICC’s central revenue pool.
In the memo, the BCCI evaluated the ICC’s broadcasting revenue for the 2023 World Cup to be USD 533.29 million. It said that the “financial effect” of a 10.92% tax order on that would be about UDS 58.23 million (the BCCI’s note showed the value as USD 52.23 million, which appears to be a mistake given the percentages cited). The figure would more than quadruple to over USD 116.47 million if the tax component was set at 21.84%, as the Indian tax authorities want.