World Divyang T10 Premier League has got onboard Puma as their sponsor for the second season. The competition is organized by the Para-cricket Association of India, which is set to commence from April 2022 and will be conducted in a stadium in Noida.
The upcoming season of the league will have a total of eight teams. World Divyang T10 Premier League will certainly provide an opportunity for cricket enthusiasts who haven’t got the chance to play the game due to their physical limitations. The tournament will consist of players from several countries across the globe like Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Afghanistan. Some of the participants are also former Para-Olympic champions who have represented their country on a global level.
The German brand, Puma, which was founded in 1948 is one of the leading manufacturers and sellers of a wide variety of sports equipment for maximum athletic results. Puma has some high quality and varied range of casual and sports shoes for numerous purposes.
On this association, Puma said, “The vision behind World Divyang T10 Premier League is to provide a stage to all those talented players who have always been ignored, they are talented players with special conditions. It has been an honor to be associated with such a brand for one years now. I am looking forward to the matches and to seeing what kind of wonders our players can do in the field. It will surely be a treat for all the cricket fans all around the world.”
Founder Rajeev Mishra said, “In India, cricket is more a religion and less a sport. With World Divyang T10 Premier League, I am seeking to take the sport to another level. Mishra also a president of the para cricket association of India. I am hoping that this initiative will make sports, in general, and cricket, in particular, more inclusive than ever.”
The upcoming season of the league will be contested under the guidance of the Para-cricket Association of India which has been named as the caretaker of the entire operation.
The Bollywood actor, Rajpal Yadav had acquired the Mumbai Team for the second season of the World T10 Divyang Premier League.