Finally, the most awaited Indian Premier League 2021 schedule (IPL 2021 time table) has been officially announced and is expected to be a full glamour show with hot opening matches. According to IGC (IPL Governing Council), the wait is finally over as IPL 2021 schedule is revealed. It will possibly start on April 11 and the final match will be played on June 6, 2021.
In this article, you will get the latest Indian Premier League 2021 time table, schedule with venue in Indian time, and a copy of PDF file available to download at the end. So, keep reading to uncover more exciting IPL news and information.
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Indian Premier League 2021 Schedule with venue
Below is the time table of IPL 2021 time table with venues, match list, date & time.
|Delhi Capitals (DC) vs Mumbai Indians (MI)||Wankhede Stadium||April 11, 2021||7:30 PM|
|DC vs Kings XI Punjab (KXIP)||Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium||April 12, 2021||7:30 PM|
|Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) vs Sun Risers Hyderabad (SRH)||RGI Cricket Stadiu,||April 13, 2021||7:30 PM|
|Rajasthan Royals (RR) vs Chennai Super Kings (CSK)||Sawai Mansingh Stadium||April 14, 2021||7:30 PM|
|Mumbai Indians (MI) vs Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)||Eden Gardens Stadium||April 15, 2021||7:30 PM|
|RCB vs KXIP||PCA Stadium||April 16, 2021||7:30 PM|
|DC vs CSK||MA Chidambaram Chepauk Stadium||April 17, 2021||7:30 PM|
|KKR vs SRH||Eden Gardens Stadium||April 18, 2021||3:30 PM|
|KXIP vs RR||Sawai Mansingh Stadium||April 18, 2021||7:30 PM|
|MI vs RCB||M. Chinnaswamy Stadium||April 19, 2021||7:30 PM|
|SRH vs DC||Feroz Khan Kotla Stadium||April 20, 2021||7:30 PM|
|KKR vs RR||Sawai Mansingh Stadium||April 21, 2021||7:30 PM|
|MI vs KXIP||PCA Stadium||April 22, 2021||3:30 PM|
|RR vs RCB||M. Chinnaswamy Stadium||April 24, 2021||7:30 PM|
|KKR vs DC||Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium||April 25, 2021||3:30 PM|
|SRH vs MI||Wankhede Stadium||April 25, 2021||7:30 PM|
|CSK vs KXIP||PCA Stadium||April 26, 2021||7:30 PM|
|DC vs RCB||M. Chinnaswamy Stadium||April 27, 2021||7:30 PM|
|RR vs MI||Wankhede Stadium||April 28, 2021||7:30 PM|
|CSK vs KKR||Eden Gardens Stadium||April 29, 2021||7:30 PM|
|KXIP vs SRH||RGI Cricket Stadium||April 30, 2021||7:30 PM|
|DC vs RR||Sawai Mansingh Stadium||May 1, 2021||7:30 PM|
|KKR vs KXIP||PCA Stadium||May 2, 2021||3:30 PM|
|RCB vs CSK||M.A. Chidambaram Chepauk Stadium||May 2, 2021||7:30 PM|
|RR vs SRH||RGI Cricket Stadium||May 3, 2021||7:30 PM|
|CSK vs MI||Wankede Stadium||May 4, 2021||7:30 PM|
|KKR vs RCB||M. Chinnaswamy Stadium||May 5, 2021||7:30 PM|
|CSK vs SRH||RGI Cricket Stadium||May 6, 2021||7:30 PM|
|RR vs DC||Feroz Shah Kotla||May 7, 2021||7:30 PM|
|KXIP vs RCB||M. Chinnaswamy Stadium||May 8, 2021||7:30 PM|
|KKR vs MI||Wankhede Stadium||May 9, 2021||3:30 PM|
|RCB vs RR||Sawai Mansingh Stadium||May 9, 2021||7:30 PM|
|CSK vs DC||Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium||May 10, 2021||7:30 PM|
|KKR vs SRH||RGI Cricket Stadium||May 11, 2021||7:30 PM|
|KXIP vs MI||Wankhede Stadium||May 12, 2021||7:30 PM|
|RR vs CSK||MA Chidambaram Chepauk Stadium||May 13, 2021||7:30 PM|
|DC vs KXIP||PCA Stadium||May 14, 2021||7:30 PM|
|RCB vs KKR||Eden Gardens Stadium||May 15, 2021||7:30 PM|
|SRH vs RR||Sawai Mansingh Stadium||May 16, 2021||3:30 PM|
|MI vs CSK||M.A. Chidambaram Stadium||May 16, 2021||7:30 PM|
|DC vs KKR||Eden Gardens Stadium||May 17, 2021||7:30 PM|
|SRH vs KXIP||PCA Stadium||May 18, 2021||7:30 PM|
|CSK vs RCB||M. Chinnaswamy Stadium||May 19, 2021||7:30 PM|
|MI vs RR||Sawai Mansingh Stadium||May 20, 2021||7:30 PM|
|KXIP vs KKR||Eden Gardens Stadium||May 21, 2021||7:30 PM|
|DC vs SRH||RGI Cricket Stadium||May 22, 2021||7:30 PM|
|RCB vs MI||Wankhede Stadium||May 23, 2021||3:30 PM|
|KKR vs CSK||M.A. Chidambaram Chepauk Stadium||May 23, 2021||7:30 PM|
|RR vs KXIP||PCA Stadium||May 24, 2021||7:30 PM|
|MI vs DC||Feroz Shah Stadium||May 25, 2021||7:30 PM|
|SRH vs RCB||M. Chinnaswamy Stadium||May 26, 2021||7:30 PM|
|KXIP vs CSK||M.A. Chidambaram Chrpauk Stadium||May 27, 2021||7:30 PM|
|RR vs KKR||Eden Gardens Stadium||May 28, 2021||7:30 PM|
|RCB vs DC||Feroz Shah Stadium||May 29, 2021||7:30 PM|
|MI vs SRH||RGI Cricket Stadium||May 30, 2021||7:30 PM|
|Qualifier 1||Eden Gardens Stadium||To be Determined (TBD)||7:30 PM|
|Eliminator||M. Chinnaswamy Stadium||TBD||7:30 PM|
|Qualifier 2||M.A. Chidambaram Chrpauk Stadium||TBD||7:30 PM|
|IPL 2021 Finals||Wankhede Stadium||TBD||7:30 PM|
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Also check: Points Table of IPL 2021
Indian Premier League 2021 Venue Stadium
Below are the stadium’s names and details where the IPL matches will take place.
1. Wankhede Stadium: With a capacity of 33, 108 seats, the Wankhede Stadium will host the opening and closing ceremonies of IPL 2021. The first match of the 14th season will be held here at the heart of Mumbai, India at 7:30 PM local time. Wankhede will host a total of 8 matches during the entire tournament.
2. Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium: The Arun Jaitley Stadium with a seating capacity of 41,820 will host six matches. One of them will be Delhi Capitals vs Kings XI Punjab on 11 April, the second match in the season.
3. Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium: The RGIC stadium with a capacity of 55,000 seats will also host 7 matches in Hyderabad. One of the famous clashes will be Sun Risers Hyderabad versus Royal Challengers Bangalore, as Hyderabad will be the home ground stadium for SRH.
4. Sawai Mansingh Stadium: Established in 1969, the Sawai Mansingh Stadium will host 7 matches with a capacity of 30,000 seats. Located in Rajasthan, the Rajasthan Royals team will have their first match of the series in their own home stadium against Chennai Super Kings on April 14.
5. Eden Gardens Stadium: Located in Kolkata, West Bengal, the Eden Gardens Stadium worth 80,000 seating capacity is currently closed due to the pandemic. However, it is expected to open on April 15 to host the Mumbai Indians vs KKR match during IPL 2021 season. The ground will witness 8 matches, including one qualifier tier.
6. Punjab Cricket Association Stadium: The PCA ground is now open and will host 7 matches, the first one being Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Kings XI Punjab on April 16, 2021. The stadium has a capacity of 26,001 seats and had the latest international India vs South Africa match held on that very ground on 18 September 2019.
7. M.A. Chidambaram Stadium: Located in Chennai, with a seating capacity of 50,000 tickets, the MA Chidambaram Stadium will host seven matches in the 14th season of the Indian Premier League. The first match on the ground will take place on April 17 featuring Delhi Capitals vs Chennai Super Kings. The last ODI that took place on the stadium was India vs West Indies on 15 December 2019.
8. M. Chinnaswamy Stadium: Established in 1969 at Bangalore, Karnataka, India, the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium will also host 7 matches including one Eliminator whose date is yet to be determined.
IPL 2021 Cities & States
The 14th season of IPL 2021 is expected to take on multiple venues throughout India in different stadiums. There are a total of nine cities that will host the 2021 Indian Premier League edition listed as follows with their corresponding states:
- Mumbai – Maharashtra
- Delhi – Delhi
- Hyderabad – Telangana
- Jaipur – Rajasthan
- Kolkata – West Bengal
- Mohali – Punjab
- Chennai – Tamilnadu
- Jaipur – Rajasthan
- Bengaluru – Karnataka
Recommended: IPL 2021 TV Channel Broadcasters List
IPL 2021 Date: 11 February, 11.
The remaining date and time for Indian premier league 2021 are still to be confirmed and might be delayed due to COVID 19 pandemic. But there are very few chances of getting the dates postponed according to sources. However, if the dates are postponed, we will update them here. Also, let us know in the comments below if you were able to download the IPL 2021 schedule pdf using the above button.