The Legends League Cricket has announced players’ registration for the upcoming franchise-based tournament scheduled for September 2023. The event is set to feature prominent figures in the sport, who will gather at various venues throughout India to delight their fans.
Following the hugely successful LLC Masters in Doha, which reached a global audience of 1.48 billion, anticipation is high for the multi-team franchise-based tournament. The first edition of the competition saw teams such as India Capitals, Manipal Tigers, Gujarat Giants, and Bhilwara Kings participating, with India Capitals emerging as the champions after defeating Bhilwara Kings by a substantial 104 runs.
The upcoming season aims to attract new fans and players to the Legends League Cricket family. Over 100 players from nine countries participated last September, and this year, the number is expected to reach 150. Player registration for the Legends League Cricket is now live, with interested players able to sign up through the official website: www.llct20.com
Raman Raheja, Co-Founder and CEO of Legends League Cricket, expressed excitement for the forthcoming season, stating that it will be “bigger and better.” Retired cricketers now view the league as a second innings in their careers, and the inclusion of star players like Aaron Finch and Suresh Raina is generating significant interest. The addition of new players has also lowered the average age from 41 to 38 years. The franchise format is expected to spice things up, making the matches and team dynamics even more thrilling. Given the recent success of the LLC Masters, this season promises to be equally spectacular.