The National Players League Cricket (NPL) is India’s biggest talent hunt for the promotion of grass root sports. An initiative of the Sports Promotion Federation of India, the NPL, as it’s popularly known, offers the ultimate platform for youngsters between 14-21 years to participate with various kind of trial categories like: under 12 cricket trials, under 14 cricket trials, under 16 cricket trials.
We have our own rules and regulations of Twenty20 Cricket (20 over game) and Twenty 20 Innings Cricket (40 over game) 20+20 over’s for both inning of each side total of Four innings Total over’s 80 and also we have our own Twenty20 Cricket legal/official infrastructure in India. Here we would also like to bring your kind notice that we have been aiming to form cricket teams Comprising those talented cricket players who have not been able to make it big or have been left out from the state/city or national squads.
A fair and transparent opportunity for youngsters:
The T20 NPL takes utmost care to motivate the young aspirants to try and fulfill their cricket dreams. An esteemed panel of Mentors, Motivators, Skill Development, and Nutrition specialists will conduct sessions at the trial camps for all the registered players for their overall development and motivation before the trials are conducted. Experienced coaches and cricket experts from the SPFI will be on the selection panels to ensure a fair and transparent selection process.
SPFI India’s main aim is to give Sports Promotion the right respect in the field of cricket. We wish to bring to your kind notice that in India thousands of all-level schools teams are playing cricket but golden opportunities are less and hidden talents are surplus. India is a big country for playing cricket where cricket is religion & unofficially national game, India cricket all most produce by Indian schools. India is a big country for playing cricket where cricket is a religion & unofficially national game, in our country all players come from schools and schools are the basic nursery for cricket. And most probably the hidden talent is coming from the schools and they have a question in their mind, and most of the time the question is how to become cricketer? and that’s why SPFI set an aim to make you a professional cricketer.