6 reasons to be a team off the field and cheer for your favourite cricketers with your buddies
Like the T20 format, life's short.
Be part of the cricket revolution, make the most of life while you’re at. It doesn't matter if you're cheering with your buddies at home while grabbing a drink or watching the matches on your smartphone. You’re still a fan and you're doing your bit in keeping India’s biggest sport alive.
Your chance to join an IFL - Indian Fans League team
Love the game ecstatically, want to play in an IPL team but can't? Don't sweat it! You can still be part of the Indian Fans League Team and cheer your heart out. Your team depends on your motivation.
Cricket being a gentleman’s sport is ancient history.
What’s a good game without a couple of drinks? Grab a couple of buddies and a couple of rounds of drinks and revel in the festivities of the sport. After all, cricket in India is a culture and so is partying, isn't it?
Cricket is not a one man game
When a cricket team has 11 players, you need at least 5 to watch an IPL game. It’s a rule in the book of bro codes. Besides, you won't believe how many ladies out there love the game too. So it really doesn't matter if you’re watching the game with guys, girls or both. As long as you're cheering you’re keeping the game alive.
Pubs have offers like cricket has powerplay
While the batsmen take advantage of power plays in a limited over game, you need to take advantage of IPL offers that are running in your city. Besides, you do get to watch the game on a massive screen and scream with strangers you just met.
Just like an IPL team has a captain, you can be the captain of your team
Sometimes people are just waiting for someone to take the initiative. Go on be a captain and invite your friends over to an IPL party. Captain’s house means captain’s rules, so nobody drives after drinking.
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