The tournament will be played across three cities – Bengaluru, Pune, and Hyderabad.
The Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) is entering its ninth season, with loads of excitement and anticipation. All the teams will be looking for glory, after having a competent auction in August. The season starts on Friday, the 7th of October. The schedule for the first half of the season is announced, and the fans are excited for the return of the sport. The tournament will be played across three cities – Bengaluru, Pune, and Hyderabad. The fans will return to the stadiums for the first time since COVID-19. This is arguably the most important aspect of this season.
The Pro Kabaddi League (PKL)is the premier competition of Kabaddi in the country. It is arguably the biggest franchise league in the sport of Kabaddi. Kabaddi players from all around the world, dream of playing in the PKL. The first season of PKL was played in the year 2014, and the league has grown ever since. Originally, the league consisted of 8 teams. However, now 12 teams contest for glory. Jaipur Pink Panthers won the inaugural edition, while Patna Pirates is the most successful franchise with three titles.
There are a total of 12 teams participating in the Pro Kabaddi League this season. The teams are as follows:
Dabang Delhi KC
Jaipur Pink Panthers
Bengal Warriors – K Bhaskaran
Bengaluru Bulls – Randhir Singh Sehrawat
Dabang Delhi KC – Krishan Kumar Hooda
Gujarat Giants – Ram Mehar Singh
Haryana Steelers – Manpreet Singh
Jaipur Pink Panthers – Sanjeev Balyan
Patna Pirates – Ravi Shetty
Puneri Paltan – BC Ramesh
Tamil Thalaivas – J Udaya Kumar
Telugu Titans – Venkatesh Gaur
U Mumba – Anil Chaprana
UP Yoddha – Jasveer Singh
Bengal Warriors – Maninder Singh, Shrikant Jadhav, Akash Pikalmunde, Suyog Gaikar, Parshant Kumar, R Guhan, Aslam Thambi, Girish Maruthi Ernak, Surender Nada, Amit Sheoran, Parveen Satpal, Shubham Shinde, Sakthivel R, Soleiman Pahlevani, Vaibhav Garje , Deepak Hooda, Ashish Sangwan, Vinod Kumar, Ajinkya Kapre, Rohit, Manoj Gowda, and Balaji D.
Bengaluru Bulls – Vikash Kandola, Bharat, Neeraj Narwal, More G B, Harmanjit Singh, Nageshor Tharu, Lal Mohar Yadav, Mayur Kadam, Mahender Singh, Aman, Saurabh Nandal, Rajnesh, Yash Hooda, Vinod Lachmayya Naik, Rohit Kumar, Rahul Khatik, Sachin Narwal.
Dabang Delhi KC – Naveen Kumar, Manjeet, Ashu Malik, Ashish Narwal, Suraj Panwar, Ravi Kumar, Sandeep Dhull, Amit Hooda, Vishal, Anil Kumar, Monu, Dipak, Krishan, Vinay Kumar, Vijay, Mohammad Liton Ali, Aakash, Vijay, Tejas Patil, Reza Katoulinezhad.
Gujarat Giants – Chandran Ranjit, Pardeep Kumar, Rakesh, Dong Geon Lee, Mahendra Ganesh Rajput, Purna Singh, Sawin, Gaurav Chhikara, Parteek Dahiya, Sohit, Sonu, Sonu Singh, Arkam Shaikh, Shankar Bhimraj Gadai, Rohan Singh, Baldev Singh, Kapil, Manuj, Ujjaval Singh, Sourav Guliya, Vinod Kumar, Young Chan Ko, Rinku Narwal, Sandeep Kandola.
Haryana Steelers – Manjeet, Meetu, K. Prapanjan, Mohammad Esmaeil Maghsoudlou Mahalli, Rakesh Narwal, Vinay, Sushil, Manish Gulia, Lovepreet Singh, Jaideep, Joginder Narwal, Amirhossein Bastami, Naveen, Sunny, Monu, Harsh, Ankit, Mohit, Nitin Rawal.
Jaipur Pink Panthers – Arjun Deshwal, V Ajith Kumar, Rahul Chaudhari, Bhavani Rajput, Nitin Panwar, Navneet Sehrawat, Devank Dalal, Sunil Kumar Malik, Sahul Kumar, Nitin Chandel, Lucky Sharma, Deepak Rathee, Reza Mirbagheri, Abhishek KS, Woosan Ko, Ankush Rathee, Ashish Bajar, Rahul Dhanawade.
Patna Pirates – Sachin, Monu, Anand Tomar, Sushil Gulia, Vishwas S, Rohit, Ranjit Naik, Anuj Kumar, Neeraj Kumar, Sunil, Thiyagarajan Yuvaraj, Manish, Shivam Chaudhary, Naveen Sharma, Rohit Gulia, Sajin C, Sager Kumar, Abdul Insamam, Mohammadreza Chiyaneh, Daniel Odhiambo.
Puneri Paltan – Mohit Goyat, Aslam Inamdar, Sombir Gulia, Akash Shinde, Sanket Sawant, Pankaj Mohite, Govind Gurjar, Abinesh Nadarajan, Shubham Shelke, Badal Poriya, Aditya Shinde, Fazel Atrachali, Mohammad Esmaeil Nabibakhsh, Alankar Kaluram Patil, Rakesh Bhalle Ram, Balasaheb Shahaji Jadhav, Harsh Mahesh Lad, and D Mahindaprasad.
Tamil Thalaivas – Pawan Kumar Sehrawat, Ajinkya Ashok Pawar, Jatin, Himanshu, Himanshu, Narender, Sagar, Ankit, M. Abishek, Ashish, Md. Arif Rabbani, Himanshu, Mohit, Sahil, Arpit Saroha, Visvanath V, Thanushan Laxmamoha, K Abhimanyu.
Telugu Titans – Ankit Beniwal, Rajnish, Muhammed Shihas S, Prince, Palla Ramakrishna, Vinay, Mohit Pahal, Mohit, Nitin, Ravinder Pahal, Aman Kadian, Ravinder, Abhishek Singh, Monu Goyat, Parvesh Bhainswal, Siddharth Desai, Surjeet Singh, Vishal Bhardwaj, Hamid Mirzaei Nader, Mohsen Maghsoudlou Jafari, K Hanumanthu, Adarsh T, Vijay Kumar.
U Mumba – Ashish, Guman Singh, Jai Bhagwan, Heidarali Ekrami, Ankush, Kamlesh, Shivam, Pranay Vinay Rane, Sachin, Rupesh, Vishal Mane, Viraj, Surinder Singh, Rinku, Shivansh Thakur, Rahul Sethpal, Prince, Kiran Laxman Magar, Harendra Kumar, Satywan, Mohit, Gholamabbas Korouki.
UP Yoddhas – Pardeep Narwal, Nitin Tomar, Abozar Mighani, Babu M, Jaideep, Gulveer Singh, Nitesh Kumar, James Kamweti, Gurdeep, Sumit, Ashu Singh, Surender Gill, Rathan K, Nehal B, Durgesh Kumar, Rohit Tomar, Shubham Kumar, Nitin Panwar, Aman, Mahipal, Anil Kumar.
October 7, Dabang Delhi KC 41-27 U Mumba (Match Report)
October 7, Bengaluru Bulls 34-29 Telugu Titans (Match Report)
October 7, Jaipur Pink Panthers 32-34 UP Yoddhas (Match Report)
October 8, Patna Pirates 34-34 Puneri Paltan (Match Report)
October 8, Gujarat Giants 31-31 Tamil Thalaivas (Match Report)
October 8, Bengal Warriors 33-41 Haryana Steelers (Match Report)
October 9, Jaipur Pink Panthers 35-30 Patna Pirates (Match Report)
October 9, Telugu Titans 25-45 Bengal Warriors (Match Report)
October 9, Puneri Paltan 39-41 Bengaluru Bulls (Match Report)
October 10, U Mumba 30-23 UP Yoddhas (Match Report)
October 10, Dabang Delhi KC 53-33 Gujarat Giants (Match Report)
October 11, Haryana Steelers 27-22 Tamil Thalaivas (Match Report)
October 11, Patna Pirates 21-30 Telugu Titans
October 12, Bengaluru Bulls 33-42 Bengal Warriors
October 12, UP Yoddhas 42-44 Dabang Delhi KC
October 14, Tamil Thalaivas 32-39 U Mumba
October 14, Haryana Steelers 31-44 Jaipur Pink Panthers
October 14, Gujarat Giants 47-37 Puneri Paltan
October 15, Jaipur Pink Panthers 25-18 Gujarat Giants
October 15, Telugu Titans 26-46 Dabang Delhi KC
October 15, Bengal Warriors 54-26 Patna Pirates
October 16, Puneri Paltan 30-28 U Mumba
October 16, UP Yoddhas 44-37 Bengaluru Bulls
October 17, Tamil Thalaivas 33-32 Patna Pirates
October 17, Dabang Delhi KC 38-36 Haryana Steelers
October 18, Bengal Warriors 24-39 Jaipur Pink Panthers
October 18, Telugu Titans 25-26 Puneri Paltan
October 19, Gujarat Giants 51-45 UP Yoddhas
October 19, Bengaluru Bulls 45-28 Tamil Thalaivas
October 21, U Mumba 32-31 Haryana Steelers
October 21, Puneri Paltan 27-25 Bengal Warriors
October 21, Patna Pirates 37-33 Dabang Delhi KC
October 22, U Mumba 32-42 Bengaluru Bulls
October 22, Jaipur Pink Panthers 51-27 Telugu Titans
October 22, Haryana Steelers 38-42 Gujarat Giants
October 23, Bengaluru Bulls 31-31 Patna Pirates
October 23, UP Yoddhas 41-24 Tamil Thalaivas
October 25, Puneri Paltan 32-24 Jaipur Pink Panthers
October 25, Telugu Titans 24-43 Haryana Steelers
October 26, Gujarat Giants 29-37 U Mumba
October 26, Dabang Delhi KC 30-35 Bengal Warriors
October 28, Tamil Thalaivas 38-27 Jaipur Pink Panthers
October 28, Haryana Steelers 27-27 Puneri Paltan
October 28, Patna Pirates 34-29 UP Yoddhas
October 29, Bengaluru Bulls 47-43 Dabang Delhi KC
October 29, Telugu Titans 19-30 Gujarat Giants
October 29, Bengal Warriors 25-36 U Mumba
October 30, Jaipur Pink Panthers 31-37 Bengaluru Bulls
October 30, Tamil Thalaivas 49-39 Dabang Delhi KC
October 31, Gujarat Giants 28-34 Patna Pirates
October 31, UP Yoddhas 43-24 Telugu Titans
November 1, Puneri Paltan 43-38 Dabang Delhi KC
November 1, Haryana Steelers 29-27 Bengaluru Bulls
November 2, U Mumba 40-37 Telugu Titans
November 2, Bengal Warriors 41-41 Tamil Thalaivas
November 4, Patna Pirates 34-31 U Mumba
November 4, Dabang Delhi KC 40-45 Jaipur Pink Panthers
November 4, UP Yoddhas 31-40 Puneri Paltan
November 5, Gujarat Giants 40-45 Bengal Warriors
November 5, Tamil Thalaivas 39-31 Telugu Titans
November 5, Haryana Steelers 36-36 UP Yoddhas
November 6, Bengaluru Bulls 44-46 Gujarat Giants
November 6, Puneri Paltan 34-35 Tamil Thalaivas
November 7, U Mumba 39-42 Jaipur Pink Panthers
November 7, Patna Pirates 41-32 Haryana Steelers
November 8, Bengal Warriors 41-41 UP Yoddhas
The Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) 2022 will be held at three venues. The first schedule of matches will be held at Shree Kanteerva Stadium in Bangalore. The other venues are Shree Chhatrapati Sports Complex in Pune and Gaachibowli Indoor Stadium in Hyderabad.
The Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) will be telecasted live on the Star Sports Network and Hotstar. If the fans want to watch the matches live in stadiums, they can book their tickets via BookMyShow.