Indian Cricket Team Coach Salary: All The Indian Coaches and Their Salary Per Annum

Indian Cricket Team Coach Salary: All The Indian Coaches and Their Salary Per Annum

The BCCI is the wealthiest cricket board and has paid the Indian cricket team coaching staff and team coach a heavy salary to oversee the squad’s operations

The position of the Indian team’s head coach is under huge stress and therefore returns with equal benefits. The job requires the head coach to pertain to the periodic monitoring of the athlete on the ground, also the overall behavior off the field.

 Gradually over the years, the BCCI has experimented with both Indian and international coaches and recently recruited Ravi Shastri has been in the running for a while now. 

Indian Cricket Team Coach Salary: Indian Coaches Since 2005 And Their Income

1. Greg Chapell (2005-07)

The term G. Chapell was packed with disputes and focused on all elements of non-cricketing. In the two-year campaign, the Aussie attracted a lot of criticism.

He was the coach of the Indian team when India was eliminated in the group phase of the ODI World Cup in 2007 by Bangladesh there in the West Indies.  BCCI paid him a total of 1.25 crores per year as his payment. 


2. Garry Kirsten (2007-11) 

The South African veteran is often regarded as the Indian team’s most successful coach. Kirsten led Team India to victory in the 50-over World Cup in 2011, ending a 28-year drought. The BCCI had inked him involving an agreement worth Rs 2.5 crores per annum.

3. Duncan Fletcher (2011-15)

The Harare veteran was a composed and measured person, even though the detractors considered him very inactive and assertive. While in 2013, he was able to win the Champions Trophy in England with the team. Fletcher’s annual salary was Rs.4.2 crores every year.

4. Anil Kumble (2016-17)

In his 12-month tenure, the former Indian skipper was extremely successful. He established the foundations to improve players’ camaraderie. Test series versus West Indies, New Zealand, Britain, Bangladesh, and Australia were conquered by the Indian squad.

The significant growth in the limited-overs flourished as well. A staggering Rs.6.25 crores were given to Kumble every year.


5. Ravi Shastri (2017- till date)

Ravi Shastri currently leads Team India as the coach, BCCI appointed him as the coach after the withdrawal of Anil Kumble. The Indian Team was greatly hindered by missing a great potential to win test series in England and South Africa. 

There was a race to retrieve the 2019 World Cup and Shastri had a huge role to play in the team selection. Amidst India’s incompetence in the World Cup given the amount of talent they possessed, his contract was renewed.

  25% was shot high in his wage and this increased his yearly payout to Rs.10 Crore.

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