BCCI is an acronym stands for Board of Control of Cricket in India. Board of Control for Cricket in India, is the national governing body for cricket in India. It is affiliated to International Cricket Council (ICC).
BCCI is a full member of the International Cricket Council, the international governing body of cricket. BCCI is also feathered as richest cricket board of the world.
The BCCI logo is derived from the emblem of the Order of the Star of India, the British Raj emblem during the colonial period.
BCCI is founded in December, 1928 and headquartered at Mumbai, India. It was formerly known as Calcutta Cricket Board.
BCCI is responsible to conduct all the tournaments which happens in India and outside India in which Indian player are participating.
BCCI first president: R. E. Grant Govan
BCCI first secretary: Anthony De Mello
There are 5 cricket zones in India, having 27 state associated members governed by BCCI. These 5 cricket zones are listed below: