In this article, you will get to know who is RCB Owner in IPL 2021, RCB net worth, and Royal Challengers Bangalore brand value.
Royal Challengers Bangalore
The Virat Kohli-led Royal Challengers Bangalore is one of the most loved IPL teams around the Globe. Though they have never been successful to win the competition but players like Virat Kohli and Ab de Villers in the team makes it the one the most followed IPL team.
They have had big names like Rahul Dravid, Anil Kumble, Chris Gayle, and Kevin Pieterson in the past who have represented the team. They reached the finals of the tournament in 2009, 2011, and 2016 but had to face disappointment all three times.
We all know the popularity of RCB in India and did you ever wonder who owns this franchise. We all know that Mumbai Indians are owned by the Ambanis but what about RCB. So let’s begin, The Virat Kohli-led Royal Challengers Bangalore is owned by United Spirits. United Spirits is a British multinational beverage company based in the UK.
|RCB Owner||United Spirits|
|RCB chairman||Anand Kripalu|
|RCB Brand Value or net worth||$49.7 million|
We all know about the Vijay Mallya controversy. In 2016, Mallya stepped down as the Chairman of the Company and gave away the control of the franchise and as a result, currently, the franchise is wholly owned by United Spirits.
In 2020, Sanjeev Churiwala was replaced by Anand Kripalu as the RCB chairman. He was also seen in the IPL 2021 Auction table along with the Director of Cricket Operations, Mike Hesson.
According to one estimation, the brand value of RCB is around INR 595 crores in 2019. The estimated profit of the franchise was around INR 313 crores. Due to the prevailing coronavirus, the brand value of the team was decreased by 2% in IPL 2020.
According to global brand valuation, the franchise is expected to have a brand value of about $49.7 million which is a huge number. These numbers keep changing every year and also depend on the performance of the team.