BCCI has made a net profit of Rs 189.72 crore in 2010-11, a 200 per cent increase in its surplus in the previous fiscal.
Mumbai: The Cricket Board has made a net profit of Rs 189.72 crore in 2010-11, a 200 per cent increase in its surplus in the previous fiscal, BCCI treasurer M P Pandove said in his annual report.
The net surplus, amounting to an increase of over Rs 126.5 crore from 2009-10, included Rs 118.76 crore from the conduct of the Indian Premier League, the report stated.
Pandove, who has stepped down as the treasurer after having completed his term of three years, has projected the BCCI's surplus to be just over 296 crore for current fiscal.
The gross income for the Board in 2010-11, amounting to Rs 2026.39 crore, has come from media rights (Rs 1047 crore), sponsorships (Rs 434.77 crore), IPL franchise consideration (Rs 289.44 crore), receipts from International Cricket Council/Asian Cricket Council (Rs 104.80 crore), interest and other incomes (Rs 73.68 and Rs 76.63 crore).
As against this, the gross expenditure incurred by BCCI amounted to Rs 1836.67 crore.
The expenses included payments to franchises (Rs 390.34 crore), TV and infrastructure subsidy to affiliated associations (Rs 237.57 and Rs 130.97 crore) and IPL subvention (Rs 202.61 crore).
Hosting of the Cricket World Cup, won by Mahendra Singh Dhoni and his men, cost the Board Rs 66.97 crore, the report stated.