Royal Challengers Bangalore are arguably the most popular team in all of the Indian Premier League. The Bangalore-based franchise enjoy a massive and loyal fanbase that cheers the team through all ups and downs.
The RCB, as they are popularly known as, were one of the eight teams to participate in the inaugural season of the IPL. In fact, they were one of the two sides that played the inaugural game of the league in 2008. The franchise was founded by United Spirits, which is an Indian alcoholic beverage company. Interestingly, the franchise was named after the company’s most popular brand Royal Challenge.
Royal Challengers Bangalore are yet to win the IPL championship despite playing the final three times. However, it doesn’t affect the popularity of the franchise a bit and that helps the franchise in retaining its brand value.
From Rahul Dravid and Anil Kumble in the opening season, popular names like Dale Steyn, AB de Villiers, Zaheer Khan, Chris Gayle, Virat Kohli, and Glenn Maxwell have represented the franchise so far.
Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) Owner Details
|Royal Challengers Bangalore
|The United Spirits Limited
|Director of Cricket Operations
|Faf du Plessis
Who is the owner of Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)?
The United Spirits Limited owns the Royal Challengers Bangalore in 2022. They are the biggest alcoholic beverage company in India and the second biggest in the world by volume. The company is headquartered in Bangalore, Karnataka.
Hina Nagarajan is the current MD and CEO of the United Spirits Limited. The company is a subsidiary of Diageo which is headquartered in London, United Kingdom. In case you don’t know, Diageo is a British multinational beverage alcohol company with its wings spread across the globe.
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Royal Challengers Bangalore Team Brand Value – How much do Royal Challengers Bangalore’s owners earn?
As per Forbes, Royal Challengers Bangalore have a valuation of $1.025 billion in 2022. The franchise has earned a total revenue of $36.4 million, while the operating income of the Royal Challengers from Bangalore stands at a figure of $9.7 million.