Pro Kabaddi Auction 2022: PKL Player Auctions, Venue, Date and Time

Pro Kabaddi Auction 2022: When and where to watch Vivo Pro Kabaddi Auction 2022 live streaming, including players who will return and those who will be new,

The Vivo Pro Kabaddi League 2022 is preparing for its auction for the December 2022 season, which will take place from August 5 to August 6, 2022 in Mumbai. More than 500 players will be up for auction during the Pro Kabaddi League’s ninth season. 44 crores of rupees will be spent by the 12 PKL teams to bolster their rosters.

Pro Kabaddi Auction 2022

While top performers like Pradeep Narwal and Pawan Sehrawat will be up for auction, all of the teams have retained 19 quality players. Raiders, defenders, all-arounders, and other subcategories will each have a separate auction. Interestingly, the top 24 players from the top two teams of the Bangalore-based Khelo India University event 2021 will also be present in the ninth season.

A total of 111 players are kept across three different categories, including 19 Elite Retained Players (ERP), 13 Retained Young Players, 41 Franchisees-nominated New Young Players (NYP), 38 New Young Players (NYP), and 41 New Young Players (NYP).

In each Pro Kabaddi League season, a franchise is permitted to keep up to four new young players (NYPs) and up to six players under the ERP (Elite Retained Player) category. Check out this list of players that each team has kept.

Why should I watch the 2022 PKL auction?

Charu Sharma, a well-known sports presenter and commentator, will conduct the Vivo Pro Kabaddi League auction in 2022. At the Indian Premier League Auction 2022, he was in the spotlight.

Each team in season 9 will have a budget of Rs. 4.4 crores. The retention decision taken by the team will, however, affect how much of the total purse is decreased.

Based on the above base prices, there would be four groups of players:

Category A

Rs 30 lakh
Category B Rs 20 lakh
Category C Rs 10 lakh
Category D Rs 6 lakh

Elite Retained Players List for PKL 2022

According to the rules, each Pro Kabaddi League must have at least 18 players and a maximum of 25 players on its roster. For the 2022 auction, only the Telugu Titans and the Haryana Steelers did not keep any top players.

Team

Players
Bengal Warriors Maninder Singh, Manoj Gowda, and Akash Pikalmunde
Bengaluru Bulls Mahender Singh, Mayur Kadam. and More G B
Dabang Delhi Vijay
Gujarat Giants Sonu
Patna Pirates Mohammadreza Shadloui Chiyaneh, Sajin Chandrasekar, and Neeraj Kumar, Mon
Puneri Paltan Sombir and Abinesh Nadarajan
Jaipur Pink Panthers Arjun Deshwal and Sahul Kumar
Tamil Thalaivaa Ajinkya Pawar
U Mumba Rinku
UP Yoddha Nitesh Kumar

Elite Retained Players List for PKL 2022

According to the rules, each Pro Kabaddi League must have at least 18 players and a maximum of 25 players on its roster. At the 2022 auction, only the Telugu Titans and the Haryana Steelers did not keep any top players.

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