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Ultimate Kho Kho League: All you need to know – Teams, Schedule, Timings and More

The tournament is likely to go on till 21 days, starting from 14 August.

Aakash Srivastava Author

Updated - 4 August 2022 9:15 pm

The Ultimate Kho Kho is set to be India’s newest sporting league which is created in collaboration between the Chairman of Dabur India, Amit Burman and the Kho Kho Federation of India. The first season of the tournament featuring 6 teams will take place in the Badminton Hall at Shree Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex in Pune, Maharashtra.

The organisers have already made it clear that they aim to transform the stature of the indigenous game with modern twist & turn. The organisers are expecting better response from the public and the league will soon attract global media attention.

Let’s look at all the available details regarding the upcoming tournament.

Here’s all you need to know about the Ultimate Kho Kho League:

Ultimate Kho Kho 2022: Full list Of Players In Squads

There are total 6 teams are going to participate, and players are divided into 4 categories — Category A, B, C & D. Here are all details about the player following their name as well:

Mumbai Khiladis (owned by Badshah & Punit Balan)

Category A: Kurpe Milind Rajendra, Rohan Bapuso Kore, Visag S

Category B: Shreejesh S, Vijay Gajanan Hajare, Faizankha Sherkha Pathan, Abhishek Pathrode

Category C: Gajanan Maruti Shengal, Durvesh Vikas Salunke, Rajesh Kumar, Rohit Verma, Avik Singha, Sourabh Nathaji Ahir, Sribin Kp, Gaurav Kandpal, Abishek. M. S, Bichu S. S, Rajat Malik

Category D: Rahul Bharat Sawant, Harish Mohmmad, Devendra Dagur, Gaurav, Srijin J, Ummer Ahmad Rathar

Chennai Quick Guns (owned by KLO Sports)

Category A: Mahesh Madhukar Shinde, Rajvardhan Patil, M Vignesh

Category B: Ramji Harishchandra Kashyap, Patta Narsayya, S. Santhru, Sibin. M

Category C: Amit Vasant Patil, Manoj Bharat Patil, Daasari Jeevith Rao, V Kabilan, Madan, P. Jai Prasath, Pandugu Anand Kumar, Buchannagari Raju, Vijay Vegad Jagdishbhai, Sachin Gaur

Category D: Prasad Vijay Patil, Pritam Ankush Chougule, Balvir Singh, Katla Ram Mohan, Venugopala S, Neelakantam, Suresh, Jaswant Singh, Vignesh M

Telugu Yoddhas (owned by GMR Sports)

Category A: Pratik Waikar, Rohan Shingade, Sudarshan, Arun SA

Category B: Arun Ashok Gunki, Deepak Vitthal Madhav, Avdhut Bharat Patil, Prajwal K H

Category C: Adarsh Dattatray Mohite, Prasad Vaibhav Radye, Subramani V, Anukul Sarkar, Gavara Venkatesh, Thokchom Sadananda Meitei, P Hemachandran, Dhruv

Category D: Sachin Bhargo, Dhanush K C, Aditya Das, Sinam Rokeson Singh, Pittu Bala Sambi Reddy, Bojjam Ranjith

Odisha Juggernauts (owned by Government of Odisha)

Category A: Gowtham MK, Dilip Khandavi, Vishal, Jagannatha Murmu

Category B: Aditya Sunil Kudale, Nilesh Ananda Jadhav, Suraj Shital Lande

Category C: Dipesh Vijay More, Subhasis Santra, Mahesha.p, Avinash Shivaji Desai, Lipun Mukhi, Dinesh Naik S, Arjun Singh, Suresh Kumar, Thugana Vinod Kumar, Shiv Kumar Sen

Category D: Milind Dilip Chavarekar, Manoj Narayan Ghotekar, Darshanapu Sathish, Gurjinder Singh, Swayam Satyaprakash Parija, Mukesh Prajapat

Rajasthan Warriors (owned by Capri Global)

Category A: Abhijit Patil, Dilrajsing Sengar, Sushant Dattatray

Category B: Akshay Prashant Ganpule, Hrushikesh Vijay Murchavade, Sourabh Shivaji Adavkar, Suresh Shamrao Sawant

Category C: Majahar Kalandar Jamadar, Mohammed Taseen, Shailesh Mahadev Sankapal, Govind Yadav, Sk. Murtaja Ali, Bharat Kumar Pradhan, Nikhil .b, Yalla Satish, Jithin B, Konjengbam Dhananjoy Singh

Category D: Sushant Sanjay Kaldhone, Atla Siva Nagi Reddy, Tapan Pal, Mahesh M, Biswajit Das, Ashwani Ranjan, Mukesh Maurya, Bhuneshwar Sahu

Gujarat Giants (owned by Adani Sportsline)

Category A: Ranjan Shetty, Pothireddy Sivareddy, Mareppa

Category B: Aditya Sunil Kudale, Nilesh Ananda Jadhav, Suraj Shital Lande

Category C: Abhinandan Mahadev Patil, Akshay Sandip Bhangare, Sagar Subhash Lengare, Monoj Sarkar, Dhiraj Vinod Bhave, S. Kavin Raj, Vinayak Sadashiv Pokarde, Bhat Hakmaji Govind, Chinmoy Nandi, Shubham Motiramji Jambhale, S Sarathkumar, Ajay Kumar Mandra

Category D: Aniket Bhagawan Pote, Nilesh Sarjerao Patil, Saleem Khan, Debendra Nath, Praful Raju Bhange

Ultimate Kho Kho 2022 Schedule: The schedule of Ultimate Kho Kho is announced and, total 30 matches will be played in the league stage between 14 and 30 August.

The Playoffs will start with the Eliminator on 2 September. The Eliminator and Qualifier 1 will be played on 2 September, while Qualifier 2 will take place on 3 September. The final will be played on 4 September.

Venue: The Badminton Hall at Shree Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex, Mahalunge, Pune will host the Ultimate Kho Kho League.

Timings: The matches will be broadcast live from 7:00 PM (IST) and continue till 10:00 PM (IST). However, more clarification on the timings will be made once the fixtures are announced.

Where one can watch the live broadcast of the matches in India?

Sony Sports Network will broadcast all the matches in India. Ultimate Kho Kho will be aired LIVE in Hindi (SonyTEN 3), English (SonyTEN 1), Tamil, and Telugu (SonyTEN 4).

Where one can live stream all the matches in India?

SonyLIV will live stream all the matches in India.

Where to tune in for all the latest updates?

One can visit www.sportstiger.com for all the latest updates. He/She can also download the SportsTiger App, available on Google Play Store & Apple App Store.

 

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