What is Red Bull Campus Cricket?
Red Bull Campus Cricket is a launchpad towards discovering the best cricketing talent at the grassroot level and giving them direction to maximise their true potential.
When was this started?
The first edition of Red Bull Campus Cricket took place in 2012.
Does this take place every year?
Yes. We’ve had four editions of Red Bull Campus Cricket so far – 2012 (hosted by Sri Lanka), 2013 (hosted by Sri Lanka), 2014 (hosted by England) and 2015 (hosted by India).
Who were the previous years' winners?
India has been crowned twice (DAV, Chandigarh won in 2012 and Rizvi College, Mumbai won in 2013), whereas South Africa (Assupol TUKS) took away the bragging rights in 2014 and 2015.
What is the selection process for Red Bull Campus Cricket?
It follows a simple format where the local colleges at city, state and national levels compete to be crowned the national champions. The national champions from various countries compete against each other for the world title.
What type of matches were played?
All matches follow the T20 format.
How many teams fought it out for the coveted title in the latest edition?
Eight teams took part in the 2015 edition of Red Bull Campus Cricket: Australia (University of Technology, Sydney), South Africa (Assupol TUKS Cricket), Pakistan (Government Jinnah College), England (Loughborough MCC University), Sri Lanka (International College of Business and Technology), Bangladesh (European University of Bangladesh), UAE (Heriot Watt University) and India (Shradhanand College).