IPL 2023 CSK Team Squad, Chennai Super Kings Retained Players List

Chennai Super Kings, IPL 2023 CSK Team Squad, Players List, Captain, Coach, Home Ground, History, Retained Players List

LeagueIndian Premier League
CaptainMahendra Singh Dhoni
CoachStephen Fleming
OwnerIndia Cements
ManagerRussell Radhakrishnan
Team information
CityChennai, Tamil Nadu, India
Founded2008; 15 years ago
Home groundM. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai
Indian Premier League winsSimple gold cup.svg (2010, 2011, 2018, 2021)
Champions League Twenty20 winsSimple gold cup.svg (2010, 2014)

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Chennai Super Kings (CSK) is an Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise cricket team based in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. Founded in 2008, the team plays its home matches at the M. A. Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai. The team is owned by India Cements Limited through the Chennai Super Kings Cricket Limited holding company. The team was suspended for two years from the IPL starting July 2015 due to the involvement of its owners in the 2013 IPL betting case, and won the title in its comeback season of 2018. The team is captained by MS Dhoni and coached by Stephen Fleming. In January 2022, CSK became India’s first unicorn sports enterprise.

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CSK team photo

The Super Kings have won the IPL title four times (in 2010, 2011, 2018, and 2021), and have the highest win percentage of matches among all teams in the IPL (58.98%). They hold the records of most appearances in the playoffs (eleven) and the Final (nine) of the IPL.

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In addition, they have also won the Champions League Twenty20 in 2010 and 2014. The brand value of the Super Kings in 2019 is estimated to be around ₹732 crore (roughly $104 million), making them one of the most valuable IPL franchises.

Official logo of Chennai Super Kings
Official logo of Chennai Super Kings


In September 2007, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) announced the establishment of the Indian Premier League, a Twenty20 competition to be started in 2008. In January 2008, the BCCI unveiled the owners of eight city-based franchises. The Chennai franchise was sold to the India Cements for $91 million, making it the fourth most expensive team in the league behind Mumbai, Bangalore and Hyderabad. India Cements acquired the rights to the franchise for 10 years. Former ICC Chairman N. Srinivasan was the de facto owner of the Chennai Super Kings, by means of his position as the vice-chairman and managing director of India Cements Ltd. The franchisee was transferred to a separate entity named Chennai Super Kings Cricket Ltd., after the Supreme Court of India struck down the controversial amendment to the BCCI constitution’s clause 6.2.4 that allowed board officials to have a commercial interest in the IPL and the Champions League Twenty20 on 22 January 2015.


In January 2022, CSK became India’s first unicorn sports enterprise. CSK unveiled their New Jersey for IPL 2022.On 24 March, two days before the start of the season, CSK announced that Ravindra Jadeja will captain CSK after MS Dhoni decided to step down as captain.On 30 April, Jadeja decided to give up his captaincy to focus more on his game. MS Dhoni was named the captain again.Under Jadeja’s captaincy, CSK lost 6 out of their first 8 matches. Following their defeat against Mumbai Indians CSK went out from the race of playoffs for the second time in their Ipl history.

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Home Ground

The home ground of the Super Kings is the historic M. A. Chidambaram Stadium (commonly called “The Chepauk”) located in Chennai. The stadium is named after former BCCI President M. A. Chidambaram. It is the oldest stadium in India which is in continuous use. The stadium is owned by the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association and has a seating capacity of 50,000 as of May 2013. In 2010, the stadium underwent a major renovation for hosting some of the matches of the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup. The seating capacity was increased from 36,000 to 50,000 and three new stands were established during this renovation.

Home Ground of CSK, M. A. Chidambaram Stadium
Home Ground of CSK, M. A. Chidambaram Stadium

The Super Kings have a 67.44% win record at this venue, which is often referred to as “Fortress Chepauk” and “Lions’ den”. In the 2011 season, the Super Kings won all their home games (8 matches) including the final against Royal Challengers Bangalore. The Super Kings thus became the first team to win all their home games in a season and also the first team to win the tournament at home.

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In 2014, Chennai Super Kings played all their home matches at Ranchi due to issues with Government of Tamil Nadu.

In 2018, Chennai Super Kings managed to play only a solitary home game, against Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR), in Chennai due to members of a few fringe political parties staging protests outside the stadium as well as several parts of the city, demanding that IPL be matches to be moved out of the city until the Cauvery Management Board (CMB) was set up as directed by the Supreme Court of India. Despite tight security for the match against KKR, the Chennai police expressed their inability to ensure sufficient personnel at the venue for the smooth conduct of the remaining games. The remaining six home matches of Chennai Super Kings were to the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Pune.

Home record of the Super Kings
MatchesWinsLossesTie/NRSuccess Rate
In IPL392613066.67%
In CLT20413025%

Name, Logo, Crest and Colors

The Chennai franchise named the team as Chennai Super Kings to honour the rulers of the Tamil empire. The word “super” is used commonly in southern India especially in Tamil Nadu. The team name also derives from India Cements’ brand “Coromandel King”.

The team logo features the head of a roaring lion in orange and the team name rendered in blue. The crown above the team name is the same as that used in the logo of the brand Coromandel King. According to the logo designers, since the lion is the king of the jungle, the roaring lion logo reflects the team name. The details of the logo signifies various qualities such as youth, vibrancy, solid performance orientation and fiery spirit.

The team’s primary colour is yellow with blue and orange stripes on either sides of the jersey. The jersey also incorporates the roaring lion logo in the center of the shirt below the logo of the main sponsor. The basic look of the jersey has remained the same from the first season with no changes except for the sponsor placement. The kit manufacturer until 2014 was Reebok and from 2015, Australian Apparel and Sports Gear manufacturer Spartan manufactures kits for the team.

Kit manufacturers and sponsors

engagement initiatives.

YearKit manufacturersShirt sponsor (front)Shirt sponsor (back)Chest Branding
2008ReebokAircelIndia CementsGulf Oil
2009Nivaran 90
2010Coromandel King
2011Gulf Oil
2018SEVENThe Muthoot Group
2022TVS Eurogrip


Overall results

IPL summary of results
YearPlayedWinsLossesTiedNRWin %Position

Last updated: 21 May 2022

  • Abandoned matches are counted as NR (no result)
  • Win or loss by super over or boundary count are counted as tied.


Indian Premier League

YearLeague standingFinal standing
20083rd out of 8Runners-up
20092nd out of 8Semi-finalists
20103rd out of 8Champions
20112nd out of 10Champions
20124th out of 9Runners-up
20131st out of 9Runners-up
20143rd out of 8Playoffs
20151st out of 8Runners-up
20182nd out of 8Champions
20192nd out of 8Runners-up
20207th out of 8League stage
20212nd out of 8Champions
20229th out of 10League Stage

Champions League T20

YearLeague standingFinal standing
2008Cancelled (Q)
20101st out of 10Champions
20115th out of 10Group Stage
20125th out of 10Group Stage
20134th out of 10Semi-finalists
20141st out of 10Champions

CSK Squad 2023, Retained Players List, Roles & Price Details:

IPL 2023 Retention, Full List of Team-wise players released

CSK Retained players:

MS Dhoni (c)Batsman/Wicket-keeper12 Crore
Devon ConwayBatsman1 crore
Ruturaj GaikwadBatsman6 Crore
Ambati RayuduBatsman/Wicket-keeper6.75 crore
Subhranshu SenapatiBatsmen20 lakh
Moeen AliAll-Rounder8 Crore
Shivam DubeAll-Rounder4 crore
Rajvardhan HangargekarBowler1.5 crore
Dwaine PretoriusAll-Rounder50 lakh
Mitchell SantnerBowler1.9 crore
Ravindra JadejaAll-Rounder16 Crore
Tushar DeshpandeBowler20 lakh
Mukesh ChowdharyBowler20 lakh
Matheesha PathiranaBowler20 lakh
Simarjeet SinghBowler20 lakh
Deepak ChaharBowler14 crore
Prashant SolankiBowler1.2 crore
Maheesh TheekshanaBowler70 lakh

Chennai Super Kings (CSK) Team 2023 players list:

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MS Dhoni (C) (India)Batsman/Wicket-keeper12 Crore
Devon Conway (New Zealand)Batsman1 crore
Ruturaj Gaikwad (India)Batsman6 Crore
Ambati Rayudu (India)Batsman/Wicket-keeper6.75 crore
Subhranshu Senapati (India)Batsmen20 lakh
Moeen Ali (England)All-Rounder8 Crore
Shivam Dube (India)All-Rounder4 crore
Rajvardhan Hangargekar (India)Bowler1.5 crore
Dwaine Pretorius (South Africa)All-Rounder50 lakh
Mitchell Santner (New Zealand)Bowler1.9 crore
Ravindra Jadeja (India)All-Rounder16 Crore
Tushar Deshpande (India)Bowler20 lakh
Mukesh Chowdhary (India)Bowler20 lakh
Matheesha Pathirana (Sri Lanka)Bowler20 lakh
Simarjeet Singh (India)Bowler20 lakh
Deepak Chahar (India)Bowler14 crore
Prashant Solanki (India)Bowler1.2 crore
Maheesh Theekshana (Sri Lanka)Bowler70 lakh
Ajinkya Rahane (India)Batsman50 lakh
Ben Stokes (England)All-Rounder16.25 crore
Shaik Rasheed (India)Batsman20 lakh
Nishant Sindhu (India)All-Rounder60 lakh
Kyle Jamieson (New Zealand)Bowler1 crore
Ajay Mandal (India)All-Rounder20 lakh
Bhagath Varma (India)All-Rounder20 lakh
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