RCB Captain in IPL 2024: In the last IPL season, Royal Challengers Bangalore have failed to qualify for the playoff round after managing to win only 7 games out of 14 matches in the group stage.
RCB Captain in IPL 2024
RCB Captain in IPL 2024: After Virat stepped down as RCB captain, Faf du Plessis was named as the captain of the team for the IPL 2022 season. Under his captaincy, RCB entered the playoff and finished as 3rd team.
In the IPL 2023 season, RCB failed to qualify for the playoff and was eliminated from the tournament after being placed in the 6th spot. Faf du Plessis will lead the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the IPL 2024 season.
Apart from the captain, the vice-captain of the team will also play some key roles in the game and will lead the team in the absence of the captain. RCB have named Virat Kohli as their vice-captain of the team.
Check out the full list of RCB Captains in IPL since 2008 below:
- Faf du Plessis: 2022*
- Shane Watson: 2017(Interm Captain)
- Virat Kohli: 2011-2021
- Daniel Vettori: 2011-2012
- Anil Kumble: 2009-2010
- Kevin Pietersen: 2009
- Rahul Dravid: 2008
Ahead of the Indian Premier League 2024, BCCI planned to host a mini-auction for the tournament in Dubai on December 19.
For IPL 2024 Auction, there are no restrictions on the number of players who can be released or retained. In addition to the purse remaining from the previous auction and the value of the players they release, teams will have an additional INR 5 crore to spend in the auction.
As of the previous season, BCCI allowed franchises to use the “TRADE” option where teams can exchange players between them.
IPL 2024 RCB Squad
The full details of the IPL 2024 RCB Squad will be updated here right after the official announcement. Until then check out RCB’s last year’s squad details with role and auction price details.
|Virat Kohli||Batsman||INR 15 CR(R)||India|
|Suyash Prabhudessai||Batsman||INR 30 Lakhs(R)||India|
|Faf du Plessis||Batsman||INR 7 crores(R)||South Africa|
|Vijaykumar Vyshak||Bowler||INR 20 Lakhs||India|
|Anuj Rawat (wk)||WK-Batsman||INR 3.40 crores(R)||India|
|Finn Allen (wk)||WK-Batsman||INR 80 Lakhs(R)||New Zealand|
|Dinesh Karthik (wk)||WK-Batsman||INR 5.50 crores(R)||India|
|Mohammed Siraj||Bowler||INR 7 CR(R)||India|
|Karn Sharma||Bowler||INR 50 Lakhs(R)||India|
|Siddarth Kaul||Bowler||INR 75 Lakhs(R)||India|
|Josh Hazlewood||Bowler||INR 7.75 crores(R)||Australia|
|Harshal Patel||Bowler||INR 10.75 crores(R)||India|
|Akash Deep||Bowler||INR 20 Lakhs(R)||India|
|Glenn Maxwell||All-rounder||INR 11 CR(R)||Australia|
|David Willey||All-rounder||INR 2 crores(R)||England|
|Mahipal Lomror||All-rounder||INR 95 Lakhs(R)||India|
|Shahbaz Ahmed||All-rounder||INR 2.40 crores(R)||India|
|Wanindu Hasaranga||All-rounder||INR 10.75 crores(R)||Sri Lanka|
|Wayne Parnell||Bowler||INR 75 Lakhs||South Africa|
|Michael Bracewell||Allrounder||INR 1 crore||New Zealand|
|Himanshu Sharma||Bowler||INR 20 Lakhs||India|
|Manoj Bhandage||Allrounder||INR 20 Lakhs||India|
|Rajan Kumar||Bowler||INR 70 Lakhs||India|
|Avinash Singh||Bowler||INR 60 Lakhs||India|
|R Sonu Yadav||Allrounder||INR 20 Lakhs||India|