Among business entities that will be part of the financial bids are Adani Group, Capri Global, Haldiram's Group, Torrent Pharma, Apollo Pipes, Amrit Leela Enterprises, Shriram Group and Slingshot 369 Ventures Private Limited.
The BCCI has listed ten Indian cities and the venues in the tender document, which allows a single party to bid for more than one city. There is no base price set, and bids will be accepted for a ten-year period - 2023 to 2032. The ten shortlisted cities and venues are:
Ahmedabad (Narendra Modi Stadium, capacity 112,560)
Kolkata (Eden Gardens, 65,000)
Chennai (MA Chidambaram Stadium, 50,000)
Bengaluru (M Chinnaswamy Stadium, 42,000)
Delhi (Arun Jaitley Stadium, 55,000)
Dharamsala (HPCA stadium, 20,900)
Guwahati (Barsapara Stadium, 38,650)
Indore (Holkar Stadium, 26,900)
Lucknow (AB Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium, 48,800) and
Mumbai (Wankhede/DY Patil/Brabourne Stadiums).