BCCI Announces Financial Benefits for Prior Players (Download PDF)

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About the announcement by BCCI: BCCI announces financial benefits for former cricketers, both domestic and international. It includes monthly and one - time payments and the match fees for the umpires presiding in both domestic and international games.

About the benefits for different retirements:

₹ 50,000 per month:

  • It will provide to all Test cricketers who retired before December 31,1993 and have played more than 25 matches.

₹ 37,500 per month:

  • It will provide to all Test cricketers who retired before December 31,1993 and have played less than 25 matches.

₹ 22,500 per month:

  • It will provide to all Test cricketers who retired on or after January 1st, 1994.

₹ 15,000 per month:

  • It will provide to all cricketers who have represented India in One - Day International and all Ranji Trophy cricketers who have played at least 10 matches before 1957 - 58 season.
  • It will also provide to all first class cricketers who have played 25 to 49 matches up to the end of 2003 - 04 season.

₹ 22,500 and ₹ 30,000 per month to:

  • Those who have played 50 to 74 matches and 75 and above matches up to end of 2003 - 04 season respectively.

₹ 22,500 per month:

  • Women cricketers who have played 10 or more Tests.

₹ 15,000 per month:

  • Women cricketers who have played 5 to 9 Tests.
  • All retired Test umpires will get ₹ 22,500 per month and all retired All India Panel Umpires who have presided in ODIs as field Umpires will get ₹ 15,000 per month.

₹ 1.5 crore as one - time payment:

  • It will provide to all Test cricketers who retired up to the end of 2003 - 04 seasons and have played more than 100 matches.

₹ 1 crore and ₹ 75 lakh:

  • It will provide to those who have played between 75 and 99 and between 50 and 74 respectively.

₹ 60 lakh, ₹ 50 lakh and ₹ 35 lakh:

  • Test cricketers who retired up to the end of 2003 - 04 season and have played between 25 and 49,10 and 24, and between 1 and 9 matches respectively.
  • Cricketers who have played between 100 and more first class matches will receive ₹ 30 lakhs while those who have played between 75 and 99 first - class matches will get ₹ 25 lakhs.

- Published/Last Modified on: November 20, 2015

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