Big Bash League 2021- 22 Schedule, Fixture, Time Table & Dates

The upcoming season of BBL 2021-22 is going to start on 05 December 2021. Cricket Australia has released the BBL Schedule 2021-22. The first match of BBL will be played between  Melbourne Stars and Sydney Thunders. A total number of 60 matches to be played across 13 different venues.

According to the newly changed Big Bash schedule, each team can contract six overseas players, and a total of eight teams will be head to head each other in a league format, which will result in the top four teams to qualify for semi-finals.

BBL is packed with glamour and excitement. The full schedule for BBL 11 has announced with scheduled venues, time & date, and broadcasters.

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BBL Schedule 2021-2022 | BBL 11 fixtures, Schedule, Table

Here’s the complete Big Bash League (BBL 2021-22) time table with dates, time, and venues.

Match No Date Match Venue Time(AEDT) GMT
1 December 05, 2021 Sydney Sixers v Melbourne Stars SCG 7:15 PM 9.15 AM
2 December 06, 2021 Sydney Thunder v Brisbane Heat Manuka Oval 7:15 PM 9.15 AM
3 December 07, 2021 Melbourne Renegades v Adelaide Strikers Marvel Stadium 7:15 PM 9.15 AM
4 December 08, 2021 Hobart Hurricanes v Sydney Sixers University of Tasmania Stadium 6:35 PM 8.35 AM
5 Perth Scorchers v Brisbane Heat Optus Stadium 6:35 PM 8.35 AM
6 December 09, 2021 Adelaide Strikers v Melbourne Renegades Adelaide Oval 6:45 PM 8.45 AM
7 December 10, 2021 Melbourne Stars v Sydney Thunder MCG 7:15 PM 9.15 AM
8 December 11, 2021 Sydney Sixers v Hobart Hurricanes SCG 6:45 PM 8.45 AM
9 Perth Scorchers v Adelaide Strikers Optus Stadium 6:30 PM 8.30 AM
10 December 12, 2021 Sydney Thunder v Melbourne Stars Sydney Showground Stadium 7:15 PM 9.15 AM
11 December 13, 2021 Brisbane Heat v Melbourne Renegades Metricon Stadium 6:15 PM 8.15 AM
12 December 14, 2021 Hobart Hurricanes v Perth Scorchers Blundstone Arena 7:15 PM 9.15 AM
13 December 15, 2021 Melbourne Stars v Sydney Sixers MCG 7:15 PM 9.15 AM
14 December 19, 2021 Brisbane Heat v Sydney Thunder Gabba 6:40 PM 8.40 AM
15 December 20, 2021 Perth Scorchers v Hobart Hurricanes Optus Stadium 4:15 PM 6.15 AM
16 December 21, 2021 Sydney Sixers v Adelaide Strikers SCG 7:15 PM 9.15 AM
17 December 22, 2021 Melbourne Renegades v Perth Scorchers Marvel Stadium 7:15 PM 9.15 AM
18 December 23, 2021 Adelaide Strikers v Brisbane Heat Adelaide Oval 6:45 PM 8.45 AM
19 December 24, 2021 Hobart Hurricanes v Melbourne Stars Blundstone Arena Blundstone Arena 3:30 PM 5.30 AM
20 December 26, 2021 Sydney Thunder v Sydney Sixers Sydney Showground Stadium 6:05 PM 8.05 AM
21 Perth Scorchers v Melbourne Renegades Optus Stadium 6:15 PM 8.15 AM
22 December 27, 2021 Hobart Hurricanes v Adelaide Strikers Blundstone Arena 6:05 PM 8.05 AM
23 Brisbane Heat v Melbourne Stars Gabba 8:05 PM 10.05 AM
24 December 28, 2021 Sydney Thunder v Perth Scorchers Manuka Oval 7:15 PM 9.15 AM
25 December 29, 2021 Sydney Sixers v Brisbane Heat SCG 6:05 PM 8.05 AM
26 Melbourne Renegades v Hobart Hurricanes Marvel Stadium 7:15 PM 9.15 AM
27 December 30, 2021 Perth Scorchers v Melbourne Stars Optus Stadium 4:15 PM 6.15 AM
28 December 31, 2021 Adelaide Strikers v Sydney Thunder Adelaide Oval 6:45 PM 8.45 AM
29 January 1, 2021 Hobart Hurricanes v Brisbane Heat Blundstone Arena 4:00 PM 6.00 AM
30 Sydney Sixers v Melbourne Renegades Coffs International Stadium 7:30 PM 9.30 AM
31 January 2, 2021 Melbourne Stars v Perth Scorchers CitiPower Centre 3:30 PM 5.30 AM
32 Sydney Thunder v Adelaide Strikers Sydney Showground Stadium 7:15 PM 9.15 AM
33 January 3, 2021 Melbourne Stars v Melbourne Renegades MCG 7:15 PM 9.15 AM
34 January 4, 2021 Brisbane Heat v Sydney Sixers Metricon Stadium 6:15 PM 8.15 AM
35 January 5, 2021 Adelaide Strikers v Hobart Hurricanes Adelaide Oval 5:35 PM 7.35 AM
36 Perth Scorchers v Sydney Thunder Optus Stadium 6:15 PM 8.15 AM
37 January 6, 2021 Melbourne Renegades v Brisbane Heat GMHBA Stadium 6:05 PM 8.05 AM
38 Perth Scorchers v Sydney Sixers Optus Stadium 6:15 PM 8.15 AM
39 January 7, 2021 Adelaide Strikers v Melbourne Stars Adelaide Oval 6:45 PM 8.45 AM
40 January 8, 2021 Melbourne Renegades v Sydney Thunder Marvel Stadium 6:05 PM 8.05 AM
41 Brisbane Heat v Hobart Hurricanes Gabba 7:30 PM 9.30 AM
42 January 9, 2021 Sydney Sixers v Perth Scorchers Coffs International Stadium 7:15 PM 9.15 AM
43 January 10, 2021 Melbourne Stars v Adelaide Strikers MCG 2:10 PM 4.10 AM
44 Hobart Hurricanes v Sydney Thunder University of Tasmania Stadium 7:15 PM 9.15 AM
45 January 11, 2021 Melbourne Renegades v Sydney Sixers GMHBA Stadium 7:15 PM 9.15 AM
46 January 12, 2021 Brisbane Heat v Adelaide Strikers Gabba 6:15 PM 8.15 AM
47 January 13, 2021 Sydney Thunder v Hobart Hurricanes Sydney Showground Stadium 4:00 PM 6.00 AM
48 Melbourne Renegades v Melbourne Stars Marvel Stadium 7:30 PM 9.30 AM
49 January 14, 2021 Adelaide Strikers v Perth Scorchers Adelaide Oval 7:45 PM 9.45 AM
50 January 15, 2021 Sydney Sixers v Sydney Thunder SCG 7:40 PM 9.40 AM
51 January 16, 2021 Melbourne Stars v Brisbane Heat MCG 7:40 PM 9.40 AM
52 January 17, 2021 Hobart Hurricanes v Melbourne Renegades Blundstone Arena 7:40 PM 9.40 AM
53 January 18, 2021 Adelaide Strikers v Sydney Sixers Adelaide Oval 6:45 PM 8.45 AM
54 January 19, 2021 Brisbane Heat v Perth Scorchers Gabba 12:30 PM 2.30 AM
55 Sydney Thunder v Melbourne Renegades Sydney Showground Stadium 4:40 PM 6.40 AM
56 Melbourne Stars v Hobart Hurricanes MCG 7:50 PM 9.50 AM
57 January 21, 2021 Eliminator TBA TBA TBA
58 January 22, 2021 Qualifier TBA TBA TBA
59 January 23, 2021 Knockout TBA TBA TBA
60 January 26, 2021 Challenger TBA TBA TBA
61 January 28, 2021 The Finals TBA TBA TBA

Big Bash League live Score and Broadcaster

BBL has an extensive viewership around the world. Here is the list of broadcaster officially announced by the organizing body. Fox Cricket and Seven Cricket will broadcast all the matches of BBL 2020-21.

Big Bash League Teams 2021 – 2022

The upcoming season of the big bash league will feature all the eight teams participating from the first season. 

BBL Teams with Logo

Team Name Team Logo
Adelaide Strikers
Brisbane Heat
Hobart Hurricanes
Melbourne Renegades
Melbourne Stars
Perth Scorchers
Sydney Sixers
Sydney Thunder

Big Bash League  Schedule 2021-2022

The Final of the tournament is scheduled to be held on 28th jan 2022 in the Home stadium of the highest-ranked team in the league stage.

  • League Name: Big Bash League 2021/22 or  BBL 11
  • Season: 11
  • Title Sponsor: KFC
  • First Match Date: 5rd December 2021
  • Final Match: 28 jan 2022
  • Matches: 60
  • Teams: 8

BBL Teams Squad and Captains Names

Team List  Captains 
Melbourne  Glenn Maxwell 
Brisbane Heat  Chris Lynn 
Hobart Hurricanes  Matthew Wade 
Melbourne Renegades  Aaron Finch 
Stars Adelaide Strikers   Alex Carey 
Perth Scorchers  Ashton Turner 
Sydney Sixers  Moises Henriques 
Sydney Thunder  Callum Ferguson 

Melbourne Stars:

Glenn Maxwell, Nic Maddinson, Hilton Cartwright, Marcus Stoinis, Clint Hinchliffe, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Jonathan Merlo, Ben Dunk, Peter Handscomb, Seb Gotch, Lance Morris, Daniel Worrall, Jackson Coleman, Dale Steyn, Pat Brown, Sandeep Lamichhane, Tom O’Connell, Adam Zampa, Haris Rauf.

 Sydney Thunders:

Callum Ferguson, Usman Khawaja, Alex Hales, Jason Sangha, Alex Ross, Oliver Davies, Arjun Nair, Chris Green, Nathan McAndrew, Daniel Sams, Chris Morris, Jay Lenton, Matt Gilkes, Gurinder Sandhu, Chris Tremain, Jono Cook, Tanveer Sangha

Adelaide Strikers:

Jake Weatherald, Jon Wells, Jake Lehmann, Travis Head, Phil Salt, Cameron White, Matt Short, Cameron Valente, Michael Neser, Harry Nielsen, Alex Carey, Billy Stanlake, Liam O’Connor, Rashid Khan, Wes Agar, Nick Winter, Peter Siddle, Harry Conway.

Hobart Hurricanes:

Matthew Wade, Qais Ahmad, Jofra Archer, George Bailey, Scott Boland, Jake Doran, Nathan Ellis, James Faulkner, Jarrod Freeman, Caleb Jewell, Ben McDermott, Riley Meredith, Simon Milenko, David Miller, David Moody, Tom Rogers, Clive Rose, D’Arcy Short, Aaron Summers.

Sydney Sixers:

Sean Abbott, Justin Avendano, Ben Dwarshuis, Jack Edwards, Mickey Edwards, Daniel Fallins, Moises Henriques, Daniel Hughes, Peter Nevill, Stephen O’Keefe, Josh Philippe, Lloyd Pope, Jordan Silk, Henry Thornton, Jackson Bird, Nathan Lyon, Steve Smith.

 Perth Scorchers:

Cameron Bancroft, Nick Hobson, Kurtis Patterson, Joe Root, Aaron Hardie, Cameron Green, Mitchell Marsh, Liam Livingstone, Ashton Turner, Josh Inglis, Sam Whiteman, Jason Behrendorff, Matt Kelly, Joel Paris, Jhye Richardson, Andrew Tye, Fawad Ahmed.

 Brisbane Heat:

Joe Burns, Max Bryant, Sam Heazlett, Matt Renshaw, Chris Lynn, AB de Villiers, Ben Curran, James Neesham, Tom Banton, Jimmy Peirson, Jack Prestwidge, Mark Steketee, Josh Lalor, James Pattinson, Ben Laughlin, Cameron Gannon, Zahir Khan, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Mitchell Swepson.

 Melbourne Renegades:

Aaron Finch, Tom Cooper, Jake Fraser-McGurk, Marcus Harris, Mackenzie Harvey, Shaun Marsh, Mohammad Nabi, Gulbadin Naib, Jalat Khan, Beau Webster, Jack Wildermuth, Sam Harper, Zak Evans, Joe Mennie, Mohammad Shahzad, Cameron Boyce, Jon Holland.

BBL 11 Point Table 

Here is the BBL 11 Points Table, we will update it regularly after the start of the tournament.

Team Position Played Won Loss NR Points NRR
Adelaide Strikers 0 0 0 0 0 0
Brisbane Heat 0 0 0 0 0 0
Hobart Hurricanes 0 0 0 0 0 0
Melbourne Renegades 0 0 0 0 0 0
Melbourne Stars 0 0 0 0 0 0
Perth Scorchers 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sydney Sixers 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sydney Thunder 0 0 0 0 0 0

BBL 2021-22 Tickets

Tickets for the Big Bash League 2021-22 are not yet on sale. It is possible that the Coronavirus Pandemic will make the tournament a closed-door event like the International Premier League. It is quite likely that BBL season tickets for 2021 will not be available at this time, but cricket lovers can watch BBL 11 matches on television or mobile devices.

Big Bash League Past Winners List

The Big Bash League was established in 2011 by Cricket Australia and is Australia’s professional Twenty20 cricket league. Originally, it was called the Twenty20 Big Bash but was replaced by the Big Bash Bash after it ended in 2011-12.

The full list of Big Bash winners is given below –

BBL Winners

YearWinnerScoreRunners-UpScoreResult
2019-20Sydney Sixers116/5Melbourne Stars97/6Sydney Sixers won by 19 runs
2018Melbourne Renegades145/5Melbourne Stars132/7Melbourne Renegades won by 13 runs
2017Adelaide Strikers202/2Hobart Hurricanes177/5Adelaide Strikers won by 25 runs
2016Perth Scorchers144/1Sydney Sixers141/9Perth Scorchers won by 9 wickets
2015Sydney Thunder181/7Melbourne Stars176/9Sydney Thunder won by 3 wickets
2014Perth Scorchers148/6Sydney Sixers147/5Perth Scorchers won by 4 wickets
2013Perth Scorchers191/4Hobart Hurricanes152/7Perth Scorchers won by 39 runs
2012Brisbane Heat167/5Perth Scorchers133/9Brisbane Heat won by 34 runs
2011Sydney Sixers158/3Perth Scorchers156/8Sydney Sixers won by 7 wickets

Most Runs in BBL 2021-22

Here are the top run-Scorer in the Big Bash League.

PLAYERTEAMMATINNRUNSAVGSR4s6s100s50sNOHS
1AD HalesSydney Thunder151554338.78161.605430131110
2JM VinceSydney Sixers161653738.35143.58591104298*
3JR PhilippeSydney Sixers161650831.75149.41551403095
4CA LynnBrisbane Heat131345835.23154.72392605069
5C MunroPerth Scorchers161544331.64128.03321904182
6J WeatheraldAdelaide Strikers151543336.08141.04372203380*

Top Wicket Takers List in BBL 2021

This year marks the ninth season of the Big Bash League. The bowling performances in Australia’s premier Twenty20 League have kept fans on the edge of their seats, from Lasith Malinga’s 6 wicket haul for 7 runs in the 2012-13 season to Andrew Tye’s hat tricks in 2016-17 and 2017-18.

  • Ben Laughlin (Hurricanes, Strikers, Heat) with 110 wickets in 88 matches
  • Sean Abbott (Sixers, Thunder) with 99 wickets in 76 matches
  • Kane Richardson (Strikers, Renegades) with 83 wickets in 68 matches 
  • Cameron Boyce (Hurricanes, Renegades, Strikers) with 79 wickets in 76 matches
  • Andrew Tye (Scorchers, Thunder) with 72 wickets in 52 matches

Big Bash 2021 TV Schedule

As the Australian national squad takes on Team India in a Test series, the 11th edition of the Big Bash League (BBL) is on its way to Australia. The 11th BBL is scheduled to begin on 5 December 2021 and will last until 6 February 2022. During the 59-day tournament, top limited-overs players from Australia will be in action, along with a few overseas stars.

Find the detailed BBL TV guide below for different regions.

BBL TV Schedule

RegionChannelTimings
AustraliaFox Sports, Optus TV, Seven West Media11:10 AM, 1:05 PM, 2:10 PM, 3:05 PM, 3:10 PM, 4:05 PM, 4:10 PM, 4:15 PM, 5:05 PM, 5:10 PM, 5:40 PM, 6:15 PM, 6:45 PM, 7:15 PM, 8:20 PM (AEST)
IndiaSony Six TV, Sony Six HD, Sony ESPN, Sony Ten5:40 AM, 7:35 AM, 8:40 AM, 10:35 AM, 10:40 AM, 11:35 AM, 12:40 PM, 1:45 PM, 2:20 PM, 2:45 PM, 3:50 PM (IST)
United States of AmericaWillow TV7:10 PM, 9:05 PM, 10:10 PM, 12:05 AM, 12:10 AM, 1:05 AM, 2:10 AM, 3:15 AM, 3:50 AM, 4:15 AM, 5:20 AM (EST)
United KingdomBT Sport 1 HD, BT Sport 2 HD12:10 AM, 2:05 AM, 3:10 AM, 5:05 AM, 5:10 AM, 6:05 AM, 7:10 AM, 8:20 AM, 8:55 AM, 9:20 AM, 10:25 AM (GMT)
New ZealandSKY Sports NZ, SKY Network Television1:10 PM, 3:05 PM, 4:10 PM, 6:05 PM, 6:10 PM, 7:05 PM, 8:10 PM, 9:15 PM, 9:50 PM, 10:15 PM, 11:20 PM (NZDT)
Bangladesh, Sri LankaSony Pictures Networks6:10 AM, 8:05 AM, 9:10 AM, 11:05 AM, 11:140 AM, 12:05 AM, 1:10 PM, 2:15 PM, 2:50 PM, 3:15 PM, 4:20 PM (BST)
PakistanSony Pictures Networks, PTV Sports5:10 AM, 7:05 AM, 8:10 AM, 10:05 AM, 10:10 AM, 11:05 AM, 12:10 PM, 1:15 PM, 1:50 PM, 2:15 PM, 3:20 PM (PKT)
South African RegionsSuper Sport

T20 Big Bash League Prize Money

The Big Bash League (BBL) is a major cricket tournament in Australia, and it is also one of the richest leagues in the world after IPL and PSL. The winning team received $450,000. In addition to the prize money awarded to the winning team ($600,000), a bonus award will also be given.

StagePrize Money Details (Australian Dollar)
Winners$450,000 (Successful undefeated team ($600,000)
Runner-ups$220,000
Semi-Finalist$80,000 (Each losing team in semi finals)
5th Place Team$20,000

Big Bash Commentators 2021

CommentatorAgeCareer
Mel McLaughlin41Sports anchor/host
Ricky Ponting45Former cricketer
Alison Mitchell38Professional commentator
Tim Paine35Australian Test cricket captain
Brendon McCullum39Former cricketer
Greg Blewett49Former cricketer
Damien Fleming50Former cricketer
James Brayshaw53Professional commentator

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