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List of members of the Board of Control For Cricket in India

Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), is a society which runs cricket in India and is a full member of the International Cricket Council, the games global apex body. It is made up of 30 affiliate members, some representing Indian States, some representing former Princely States and three central bodies – the Railways, Services and All India Universities.[1] The 30 affiliate members include 27 playing members and 3 non-playing members, All India Universities, Cricket Club of India and National Cricket Club.[2] States are divided into zones, depending on their location in India, Central zone, East zone, South zone and West zone.[3]

List of members

Full members

Key to list of members
dagger The member is not a state but a central body
double-dagger The member is not a state and does not field a team in domestic competitions
  • The "Attained membership" column refers to the year in which the affiliate attained membership of the BCCI.
List of BCCI Members
Number Name Attained Membership Zone Home Ground Reference
1 Andhra Pradesh Cricket Association South ACA/VDCA Stadium, Vishakhapatnam [4]
2 Goa Cricket Association South Dr R Prasad Stadium, Margao [4]
3 Kerala Cricket Association South Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium [4]
4 Hyderabad Cricket Association - South Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Uppal, Hyderabad [4]
5 Karnataka State Cricket Association - South M. Chinnaswamy Stadium [4]
6 Tamil Nadu Cricket Association - South M. A. Chidambaram Stadium [4]
7 Cricket Association of Bengal East Eden Gardens [4]
8 Tripura Cricket Association East Maharaja Bir Bikram College Stadium, Agartala [4]
9 Jharkhand State Cricket Association East Keenan Stadium [4]
10 Assam Cricket Association East Nehru Stadium, Guwahati [4]
11 Orissa Cricket Association East Barabati Stadium [4]
12 Delhi District Cricket Association North Feroz Shah Kotla Ground [4]
13 Services Sports Control Boarddagger North Model Sports Complex, Delhi [4]
14 Punjab Cricket Association North Punjab Cricket Association Stadium [4]
15 Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association North Sher-i-Kashmir Stadium [4]
16 Haryana Cricket Association North Tau Devi Lal Stadium, Gurgaon [4]
17 Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association North HPCA Stadium [4]
18 Mumbai Cricket Association West Wankhede Stadium [4]
19 Maharashtra Cricket Association West MCA Stadum [4]
20 Baroda Cricket Association West Reliance Stadium [4]
21 Gujarat Cricket Association West Sardar Patel Stadium [4]
22 Saurashtra Cricket Association West Madhavrao Scindia Cricket Ground Rajkot [4]
23 Uttar Pradesh Cricket Association Central K. D. Singh Babu Stadium, Lucknow [4]
24 Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association Central Holkar Cricket Stadium, Indore [4]
25 Rajasthan Cricket Association Central Sawai Mansingh Stadium [4]
26 Railways Sports Promotion Boarddagger 1959–60[5] Central Karnail Singh Stadium [4]
27 Vidarbha Cricket Association Central Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium [4]
28 All India Universitiesdaggerdouble-dagger 1941 Zone Not Available - [4]
29 Cricket Club of Indiadouble-dagger Zone Not Available Brabourne Stadium [4]
30 National Cricket Clubdouble-dagger - Zone Not Available - [4]

Associate Members

List of BCCI Members
Number Name Attained Membership Zone Home Ground Reference
1 Bihar Cricket Association East Moin-ul-Haq Stadium, Patna
2 Chhattisgarh Cricket Association Central Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Cricket Stadium, Naya Raipur
3 Manipur Cricket Association East Luwangpokpa Cricket Stadium, Imphal
4 Sikkim Cricket Association East Sikkim Mining Ground, Rangpo

Affiliate Members

List of BCCI Members
Number Name Attained Membership Zone Home Ground Reference
1 Arunachal Pradesh Cricket Association East n/a
2 Meghalaya Cricket Association East n/a
3 Nagaland Cricket Association East Nagaland Cricket Association Stadium, Dimapur

Future Members

List of BCCI Members
Number Name Attained Membership Zone Home Ground Reference
1 Cricket Association of Uttarakhand Central Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Dehradun, Dehra Dun
2 Mizoram Cricket Association East n/a
3 Telangana Cricket Association South n/a
4 Chandigarh Cricket Association North n/a
5 Pondicherry Cricket Association South n/a
6 Cricket Association Andaman Nicobar South Netaji Stadium, Port Blair


List of BCCI Members
Number Name Attained Membership Zone Home Ground Reference
1 Dadra & Nagar Haveli Cricket Association West n/a
2 Daman & Diu Cricket Association West n/a
3 Lakshadweep Cricket Association West n/a


  1. ^ Kajari Mukherjee, Ranjan Das (2006). Complex Issues Management. Tata McGraw-Hill Education. p. 308.  
  2. ^ "BCCI election for dummies".  
  3. ^ "BCCI bosses should now pad up for a gentleman's game".  
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad "All BCCI Members". BCCI. Retrieved 25 February 2012. 
  5. ^ "Railways' long struggle for success".  

External links

  • Official BCCI Website
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