Cricket Association of Bengal

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Cricket Association of Bengal
বঙ্গীয় ক্রিকেট অ্যাসোসিয়েশন
Logo of the Cricket Association of Bengal.png
Cricket Association of Bengal Logo
Formation 1908
Type Sports
Headquarters

Dr. Bidhan. Chandra. Roy Club House, Eden Gardens, Kolkata - 700021

Phone: 033-2248 3403, 033 - 2248 1144 / 2248 6000
President
Jagmohan Dalmiya
Key people
Sourav Ganguly (Joint Secretary)[1]
Website http://www.cricketassociationofbengal.com/

The Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) is the governing body for cricket in West Bengal. Its headquarters is located in the famous Eden Gardens stadium. It organizes different types of cricket tournaments in West Bengal.

Various Tournaments[edit]

The Cricket Association of Bengal promotes and develops Cricket by conducting various League Tournaments, tournaments for the age group Under-13, Under-16, and Under-19 and Under-21 categories. CAB also conducts National and International Tournaments.

A middle-aged man stands to wear a white long-sleeved shirt and white trousers, while he has sunglasses resting on a cap that is on his head. Green grass and a boundary line are in the background.
Sourav Ganguly, who has played for both Bengal in state level and for India in international crickets
Tiwary about to catch a ball at fielding practice.

Some of the tournaments are:

  • CAB One Day League
  • CAB Two Day League
  • P. Sen Trophy
  • A.N. Ghosh Memorial Trophy
  • J.C. Mukherjee Trophy
  • CAB Under Thirteen
  • CAB Under Sixteen
  • CAB Under Twenty one
  • Ranji Trophy Matches
  • One day International Matches
  • International Test Matches

West Bengal State T20 Cricket Association (WBSTCA)[edit]

Ganguly T20 Cricket Association has been formed for providing opportunity to the poor cricketers who have got the potential talent to become a successful cricketer.

West Bengal State T20 Cricket Federation (ITCF)[edit]

There are 18 District Associations which have been covered under WBSTCA, which also has 174 clubs/Villages affiliated with the same.
District Units:

  • Kolkata District Twenty 20 Cricket Association
  • Bankura District Twenty 20 Cricket Association
  • Birbhum District Twenty 20 Cricket Association
  • Burdhaman District Twenty 20 Cricket Association
  • Coochbehar District Twenty 20 Cricket Association
  • Darjeeling District Twenty 20 Cricket Association
  • Hoogly District Twenty 20 Cricket Association
  • Howrah District Twenty 20 Cricket Association
  • Jalpaiguri District Twenty 20 Cricket Association
  • Malda District Twenty 20 Cricket Association
  • Midnapur District Twenty 20 Cricket Association
  • Murshidabad District Twenty 20 Cricket Association
  • Nadia District Twenty 20 Cricket Association
  • Purulia District Twenty 20 Cricket Association
  • North 24 Parganas District Twenty 20 Cricket Association
  • South 24 Parganas District Twenty 20 Cricket Association
  • South Dinapur District Twenty 20 Cricket Association
  • North Dinapur District Twenty 20 Cricket Association
Panoramic View of the Stadium during IPL 2008

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