IPL 2023 MI Team Squad, Mumbai Indians Retained Players List

Mumbai Indians, IPL 2023 MI Team Squad, Players List, Coach, Captain, Home Ground, History, Retained Players List

LeagueIndian Premier League
CaptainRohit Sharma
CoachMark Boucher
OwnerReliance Industries
Team information
CityMumbai, Maharashtra, India
Founded24 January 2008; 14 years ago
Home groundWankhede Stadium, Mumbai
(Capacity: 33,108)
Secondary home ground(s)Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai
(Capacity: 25,000)
Indian Premier League wins5
CLT20 wins2


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Mumbai Indians are a franchise cricket team based in Mumbai, Maharashtra, that competes in the Indian Premier League and is the most successful team of the tournament with 5 titles. Founded in 2008, the team is owned by India’s biggest conglomerate, Reliance Industries, through its 100% subsidiary IndiaWin Sports. Since its establishment, the team has played its home matches in the 33,108-capacity Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.

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In 2017, the Mumbai Indians became the first franchise to cross the $100 million mark in brand value among the IPL franchises. The brand value of Mumbai Indians, in 2019, is estimated to be around ₹809 crore (roughly $115 million), the highest among all the IPL franchises for the fourth consecutive year.

Mumbai Indian Official Logo
Mumbai Indian Official Logo

Mumbai Indians won the 2011 Champions League Twenty20 after beating Royal Challengers Bangalore by 31 runs in the final. The team won the double by winning its first IPL title, in 2013, by defeating Chennai Super Kings by 23 runs in the final, and then defeated the Rajasthan Royals by 33 runs to win its second Champions League Twenty20 title later that year. They won their second IPL title on 24 May 2015 by defeating the Chennai Super Kings by 41 runs in the final and became the third team to win more than one IPL title. On 21 May 2017, they won their third IPL title by defeating the Rising Pune Supergiant by 1 run in a thrilling final, thus becoming the first team to win three IPL titles. While playing the tournament, they won their 100th T20, becoming the first team to do so. In 2019, they repeated the same feat as they won a record breaking fourth IPL title, by beating CSK by just 1 run on 12 May 2019 in the IPL Final. They became the first team to win the IPL title for the fifth time, by beating Delhi Capitals by 5 wickets on 10 November 2020 in the IPL Final.

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Mumbai Indians are currently captained by Rohit Sharma. Mahela Jayawardene was appointed as head coach of Mumbai Indians before the 2017 season. Sharma is the leading run scorer of the team while Lasith Malinga is the leading wicket taker of the team.

Franchise history

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) announced in September 2007 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 Mumbai franchise was sold to the Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) 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.

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Mumbai Indians Team
Mumbai Indians Team

Team history


In 2019, Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings played in the final of Vivo IPL 2019 where Mumbai defeated Chennai by 1 run to become champions for the record 4th time. The final of IPL 2019 had a thriller end which saw Chennai Super Kings needing 2 runs off the last delivery, where Mumbai Indians bowler Lasith Malinga took a wicket on the last delivery and won the match for Mumbai Indians. Mumbai Indians defeated Chennai Super Kings by 1 run to lift the IPL trophy for the record fourth time. Mumbai Indians became the only team to have four IPL trophies, and the most successful team ever.

Hardik Pandya scored 91 runs off just 34 balls against Kolkata Knight Riders and made the fastest 50 off just 17 balls in that match.

Alzarri Joseph recorded the best bowling figures – 6/12 in the IPL history in the match against Sunrisers Hyderabad which was also his IPL debut.

In IPL auction 2020, Mumbai Indians added 6 new names to their squad that are Chris Lynn (₹20 million), Nathan Coulter-Nile (₹80 million), Saurabh Tiwary (₹5 million), Mohsin Khan (₹2 million), Digvijay Deshmukh (₹2 million), and Balwant Rai Singh (₹2 million).

In 2020, the matches were played in the UAE due to the rising cases of COVID-19 in India. Though with a strong team, Mumbai Indians was underrated due to their records in the UAE and due to a superstition of winning titles in odd years. But Mumbai Indians broke all those talks, went on to be the season’s most successful team and clinched their fifth title.

Before the 2021 Auction, Mumbai Indians released Mitchell McClenaghan, Sherfane Rutherford, Digvijay Deshmukh, Prince Balwant Rai Singh, James Pattinson and Nathan Coulter-Nile.

In the 2021 Auction, Mumbai Indians got back Nathan Coulter-Nile (₹50 million), Adam Milne (₹32 million), Piyush Chawla (₹24 million), Marco Jansen (₹2 million), James Neesham (₹5 million), Arjun Tendulkar (₹2 million), and Yudhvir Singh Charak (₹2 million).

In the initial matches, Mumbai Indians struggled on the slow pitch of Chennai which was one of the neutral venues for IPL 2021. They lost 3 games out of the first 5 they played. The main reason was their failure of the lower middle order. Mumbai Indians won their next 2 games and the middle order showing some improvement made crucial contributions to seal the win. They eventually ended the season at number 5 spot.

In 2022 two new teams were introduced. Ahead of 2022 IPL mega auctions, the team retained 4 players who were Rohit Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah, Kieron Pollard and Surya Kumar Yadav. They left Hardik Pandya who was one of their core players for a long time. In the mega auctions they purchased back Ishan Kishan for a hefty sum of ₹15.25 which is the second highest bid for an Indian player till date.

They begun the season with a poor note of losing their first 8 matches which is the worst in the history of tournament. They ended the tournament with 4 wins out 14 matches making the 15th season as their worst by finishing at the bottom of the points table.

Home ground

The Mumbai Indians played home games at the DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai for the first two IPL seasons. In the third season, in 2010, they played all seven home games at the Brabourne Stadium while the Wankhede Stadium underwent renovation to host group matches and the final of the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup. Mumbai Indians won six out of the seven matches at the Brabourne Stadium that season.

Mumbai Indians now play their home games at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. The stadium is named after former BCCI President S. K. Wankhede. The stadium is owned by the Mumbai Cricket Association and has a seating capacity of 33,108.

Wankhede Stadium in mumbai
Wankhede Stadium in mumbai

Team identity

Team name, motto and logo design

The motto of the team is “Duniya Hila Denge Hum…”, which translates to We will rock the world. The first anthem of Mumbai Indians was based on this motto, wherein the Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan was enlisted for a promotional video campaign.

The team logo is the Sudarshan Chakra (or Razor) as initially the name of the team was supposed to be “Mumbai Razors” before Sachin Tendulkar suggested to keep it Mumbai Indians.

Jersey colours

The team’s primary colour is blue with golden stripes on either sides of the jersey. 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 jersey also has three gold stripes going towards the back on the side of the jersey for the new players in the team. The kit manufacturer was Adidas from the start of IPL in 2008 till 2014. In 2015, Performax, an in-house brand of Reliance Trends, replaced Adidas as the kit manufacturer.


Indian Premier League (2008 – Present)

YearLeague Table StandingFinal Standing
20085th out of 8League stage
20097th out of 8League stage
20101st out of 8Runners Up
20113rd out of 10Playoff
20123rd out of 9Playoff
20132nd out of 9Champions
20144th out of 8Playoff
20152nd out of 8Champions
20165th out of 8League stage
20171st out of 8Champions
20185th out of 8League stage
20191st out of 8Champions
20201st out of 8Champions
20215th out of 8League stage
202210th out of 10League stage

Champions League T20 (2008 – 2015)

YearLeague Table StandingFinal Standing
20107th out of 10League Stage
20111st out of 13Champions
20129th out of 14League Stage
20131st out of 12Champions
201411th out of 12Qualifiers

Kit manufacturers and sponsors

YearKit manufacturersShirt sponsor (front)Shirt sponsor (back)Chest Branding
2009IdeaZandu Balm
2011Hero Honda
2013Videocon d2hBajaj Allianz
2014Jet Airways
Etihad Airways
2020Marriott Bonvoy

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

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

MI Retained players:

Rohit SharmaBatsman16 Crore
Jasprit BumrahBowler12 Crore
Suryakumar YadavBatsman8 Crore
Ishan KishanBatsman15.25 crore
Dewald BrevisBatsman3 crore
Tilak VarmaBatsman1.7 crore
Jofra ArcherBowler8 crore
Tim DavidAll-Rounder8.25 crore
Mohd Arshad KhanBatsman20 lakh
Ramandeep SinghBatsman20 lakh
Hrithik ShokeenAll-Rounder20 lakh
Arjun TendulkarBowler30 lakh
Tristan StubbsBatsman20 lakh
Kumar KartikeyaBowler20 lakh
Jason BehrendorffBowler75 Lakh
Akash MadhwalBowler20 lakh

Mumbai Indians (MI) Team 2023 players list:

Rohit Sharma (C) (India)Batsman16 Crore
Jasprit Bumrah (India)Bowler12 Crore
Suryakumar Yadav (India)Batsman8 Crore
Ishan Kishan (India)Batsman15.25 crore
Dewald Brevis (South Africa)Batsman3 crore
Tilak Varma (India)Batsman1.7 crore
Jofra Archer (England)Bowler8 crore
Tim David (Australia)All-Rounder8.25 crore
Mohd Arshad Khan (India)Batsman20 lakh
Ramandeep Singh (India)Batsman20 lakh
Hrithik Shokeen (India)All-Rounder20 lakh
Arjun Tendulkar (India)Bowler30 lakh
Tristan Stubbs (South Africa)Batsman20 lakh
Kumar Kartikeya (India)Bowler20 lakh
Jason Behrendorff (Australia)Bowler75 Lakh
Akash Madhwal (India)Bowler20 lakh
Cameron Green (Australia)All-Rounder17.5 crore
Jhye Richardson (Australia)Bowler1.5 crore
Piyush Chawla (India)All-Rounder50 lakh
Duan Jansen (South Africa)Bowler20 lakh
Vishnu Vinod (India)Wicket-keeper20 lakh
Shams Mulani (India)All-Rounder20 lakh
Nehal Wadhera (India)All-Rounder20 lakh
Raghav Goyal (India)Bowler20 lakh

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