After a lengthy gap due to the pandemic, the Pro Kabaddi League will be kicking off its eighth season on December 22. Here is all that you need to know ahead of the new campaign and where you can watch the games.
Are fans allowed in stadiums?
Twelve teams will be competing against each other for the title. The games will all be held behind closed doors, and no fans will be allowed to watch the matches. A single venue is going to host the tournament, the city chosen is Bengaluru.
This is similar to the ISL choosing Goa as the host city yet again. The players will also be hosted in a bio bubble so that their interactions with the outside world are limited.
Which teams will be competing in the Pro Kabaddi League 2021/22 season?
Here is the list of the 12 teams that will be participating in the 21/22 Pro Kabaddi League:
- Bengal Warriors
- Tamil Thalaiva
- U Mumba
- Bengaluru Bulls
- Puneri Paltan
- Dabang Delhi K.C.
- Jaipur Pink Panthers
- Gujarat Giants
- U.P. Yoddha
- Patna Pirates
- Haryana Steelers
Where and when can we watch the Pro Kabaddi League?
In India, the Star Sports Network will be streaming the tournament. The matches will be broadcasted on the Star TV channels, and also be streamed on the Disney+ Hotstar streaming service.
The games will start from 7:30 PM IST and the tournament will last for a month, concluding in late January.
Two games will be played everyday, with three on certain days according to the schedule.