National Cricket Academy

National Cricket Academy

National Cricket Academy

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The National Cricket Academy located in Chinnaswamy Stadium Bangalore, Karnataka in India, established in 2000 is a cricket facility of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for training young cricketers who are identified as having the potential to represent the Indian cricket team. The NCA was the brainchild of cricket administrator and former BCCI President Raj Singh Dungarpur.

Administration and coaches

The following is the information available on the leadership of the Academy.

Indian cricketers from NCA


  • Sunil Gavaskar was a member of the NCA committee in 2000 and resigned after criticism from NCA Chairperson Raj Singh Dungapur on his comments in a newspaper column that it was not correct for NCA trainees to get a tour match at the cost of local teams.

  • 3 Cricketers in the inaugural batch - Murali Karthik, Harbhajan Singh and Nikhil Haldipur were released from the academy citing indiscipline.

  • In August 2007, Kapil Dev was removed from Chairmanship of the NCA a day after he addressed a press conference about BCCI's rival Indian Cricket League.



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