Oppo partners with Board of Control for Cricket in India In five years starting April, team India is expected to play 259 matches, including 238 bilateral matches and 21 across ICC tournaments — ICC Champions Trophy in June 2017, 2019 ICC World Cup, 2020 ICC World T20, and 2021 ICC Champions Trophy.
Pepsi sponsors Board of Control for Cricket in India NEW DELHI: Just four months after exiting the Indian Premier League (IPL)as title sponsor, PepsiCo is back on the cricket pitch by bagging a four-year contract to become a ground sponsor for all one-day international and test matches to be played in India.
Air India partners with Board of Control for Cricket in India The Indian cricket team will now take Air India Ltd flights for official travel, according to a memorandum of understanding (MoU) between India’s oldest airline and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), the national governing body for cricket.
Paytm partners with Board of Control for Cricket in India Indian e-commerce shopping website Paytm has bagged Board of Control for Cricket in India's title sponsorship rights for all series played at home till 2019. Paytm will pay Rs 2.42 crore for every international match hosted by BCCI. Approximately eighty-four matches are scheduled in the calendar so far. The first home series will be against South Africa starting September. BCCI welcomes @Paytm as the new home series title sponsor pic.twitter.com/y1XHaDvVI6 ��� BCCI (@BCCI) July 30, 2015