Mumbai Indians

Mumbai Indians is a franchise cricket team in Indian Premier League represent place Mumbai , Maharashtra in country India . Mumbai Indians team founded in 2008.

Mumbai Indians estimated brand value is $113 million (Rs 780 crore).

If IPL is new for you then it could be possible you will confuse with Mumbai Indians's short name MI.


Indian Premier League
2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019

Mumbai Indians Player List 2019

PlayerPositionCurrent Price ( ₹ )
nzlAdam MilneBowler⚾75 Lacs
indAditya TareBatsman🏏, Wicketkeeper🧤20 Lacs
wifAlzarri JosephBowler⚾-
indAnmolpreet SinghAll-Rounder🏏⚾80 Lacs
indAnukul RoyAll-Rounder🏏⚾20 Lacs
indBarinder SranBowler⚾3.4 Cr
ausBen CuttingBowler⚾2.2 Cr
wifEvin LewisAll-Rounder🏏⚾3.8 Cr
indHardik-Pandya-minHardik PandyaAll-Rounder🏏⚾11 Cr
indIshan KishanWicketkeeper🧤6.2 Cr
ausJason BehrendorffBowler⚾1.5 Cr
indJasprit-Bumrah-minJasprit BumrahBowler⚾7 Cr
indJayant YadavBowler⚾50 Lacs
wifKieron PollardAll-Rounder🏏⚾5.4 Cr
indKrunal-Pandya-minKrunal PandyaAll-Rounder🏏⚾8.8 Cr
sriLasith-Malinga-minLasith MalingaBowler⚾2 Cr
indMayank MarkandeBowler⚾20 Lacs
nzlMitchell McClenaghanBowler⚾1 Cr
indPankaj JaswalAll-Rounder🏏⚾20 Lacs
rsaQuinton de KockWicketkeeper🧤1.20 Cr
indRahul ChaharBowler⚾1.9 Cr
indRasikh SalamBowler⚾9 Cr
indRohit SharmaBatsman🏏15 Cr
indSiddhesh LadBatsman🏏1.8 Cr
indSuryakumar YadavBatsman🏏3.2 Cr
indYuvraj SinghBatsman🏏1 Cr

Mumbai Indians Logo, Motto & Theme Song

Mumbai Indians Logo

Mumbai Indians-logo

The team is the Sudarshan Chakra as initially the of the team was supposed to be "Mumbai Razors" before Sachin Tendulkar suggested to keep it Mumbai Indians.

Mumbai Indians motto

>Mumbai Indians team motto is Duniya Hila Denge Hum (We will rock the world)

Mumbai Indians song

"Ala re" is the current theme song of Mumbai Indians team.

Mumbai Indians official color

Mumbai Indians official colour is Blue.

Mumbai Indians dress

The Mumbai Indians team's primary colour is blue with silver stripes. The team colours was almost the same in 2008 and 2009, with Idea as the principal sponsor, except for the colour shade and additional sponsors. In 2010, a new kit with golden stripes was unveiled. In 2011, kit used in 2010 is being used with Hero Honda as the main sponsor. The 2011 also has three gold stripes going towards the back on the side of the for the new players in the team.

Mumbai Indians official website

Mumbai Indians official website is .

Primary and Secondary Home Ground

Wankhede Stadium

wankhede-stadium-mi-ipl The Wankhede Stadium is primary home ground of Mumbai Indians, in IPL. This Stadium is located in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. Wankhede Stadium is owned by Mumbai Cricket Association, BCCI. Wankhede Stadium was opened on 1974. The capacity of this stadium is around 33,108.

Mumbai Indians captain, icon, leading run scorer & wicket taker

Currently Rohit Sharma is Mumbai Indians captain. Sachin Tendulkar is the icon player for Mumbai Indians team.

In team leading run scorer is Rohit Sharma and Lasith Malinga is a leading Wicket taker.

Sponsors and Partners

Currently Samsung, Colors, are a principal sponsor whose logo display on front and back of Mumbai Indians jersey.

There are many associate partner of Mumbai Indians team. Associate partners logo display on Arms and top of chest. You can see DHFL, Jio, logos on chest and arms.

There are official partners whose brand logos display on helmets, caps, pants. Usha, Burger King, Sharp, are official partners of Mumbai Indians.

Season wise important player

Season wise important player list

History of Franchise

The Mumbai Indians (MI) is a franchise cricket team based in Mumbai, India, which plays in the Indian Premier League (IPL). They were one of the eight teams that competed in the 2008 Indian Premier League. They were captained by Sachin Tendulkar. The Mumbai franchise was sold to the Reliance Industries Ltd for $111.9 million, making it the most expensive team to be sold in the league. RIL, owned by Mukesh Ambani acquired the rights to the franchise for a period of 10 years. The franchise was eventually named “Mumbai Indians”.