Match Fees for top international teams at a glance
With world cricket growing in the past few decades owing to more commercialisation, the players have started to earn more and the match fees have also taken a steep rise across the decades with an increase in formats.
Let’s get into the per match fees of the Match Fees for top international teams at a glance across formats
Bangladesh first became an associate member of ICC in 1977 and got converted to a full member in 2000.
Their players are paid Rs 2.6 lacs per test, Rs 1.7 lacs per ODIs and Rs 1 lac per T20I
The Proteas are a full member of ICC for many decades and one of the oldest test playing nations. Their players get Rs 3.3 lacs per player in tests, Rs 0.87 lacs for ODIs & Rs 0.58 in T20s
Pakistan cricket team started playing test cricket in 1952 and their first-ever test was against India. Their players earn Rs 3.6 lacs per player in tests, Rs 2.2 lacs in ODIs and Rs 1.6 lacs in T20s
The Blackcaps played their first test way back in 1930s and this year won the biggest award in test cricket, the World test Championships by beating India. Their players earn Rs 4.5 lacs per test, Rs 2.2 lacs per ODIs and Rs 1.3 lacs per T20Is
The Srilankans were awarded test status in 1981 and went on to win their first-ever world cup title in 1996. Their players earn Rs 5.5 lacs per test, Rs 4 lacs per ODIs and Rs 2.5 lacs per T20Is
Record wise the most successful cricket nation, the Aussies played their first test way back in 1877. They played their first ODI in 1970 and the first T20 in 2004. Their players earn Rs 11 lacs per test, Rs 8.5 lacs in ODIs and Rs 5.6 lacs in T20Is.
The most supported team in the current era, India played their first test in 1932 vs England and had to wait for a long time before making waves in world cricket since 1971 onwards. The players earn Rs 15 lacs per test, Rs 6 lacs per ODIs and Rs 3 lacs per T20Is.
England is the founder of cricket and the oldest cricketing nation along with Australia. They played their first test way back in 1877 and lost to Australia by 45 runs. Their players are very well off and earn a whopping Rs 18.5 lacs per test, Rs 10 lacs per ODI and Rs 5.1 lacs per T20I