The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will leave its current location in South Mumbai’s Wankhede complex. The BCCI’s decision to pursue Cricket Centre renovations made the shift necessary. It’ll leave the structure in about a week.
The BCCI has chosen to lease workspaces in WeWork buildings and will be operating out of the co-working spaces in the Prabhadevi and Worli areas of the city until the upgrade is complete. The BCCI members hope to return to the Cricket Centre by September or October. The renovation is anticipated to take about six months.
The Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA), which has been coexisting with the parent organisation all these years, occupies the third floor of the four-story building, which was built in 2006 and has three floors reserved for the BCCI. The MCA, on the other hand, is remaining put and, according to its representatives, has no immediate plans to start renovation work.