According to the BCCI is considering having five teams in the Women’s IPL and allowing up to five foreign players in the starting XI. March 2023 has been selected as a prospective date, which would come after the T20 Women’s World Cup and before the Men’s IPL’s inaugural season.

The XI may have five foreign players, four of whom might be from ICC Full Member nations and one from an Associate Nation. Each side may create a roster of up to 18 players, including a maximum of six international players.

Additionally, the board is considering selling the IPL teams in two different ways: first, zone-wise (North (Dharamsala/Jammu), South (Kochi/Vizag), Central (Indore/Nagpur/Raipur), East (Ranchi/Cuttack), North East (Guwahati), and West (Pune/Rajkot),with games held at non-IPL venues; and second, city-wise (like (Ahmedabad, Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Chennai, Kolkata – with matches held at IPL venues). The IPL chairperson and BCCI office bearers will decide ultimately on the location proposal.

Similar to the IPL, teams might face off against one another twice during the league stage, with the top-placed team moving on to the championship match. An eliminator will be played between the teams who finished second and third.

A caravan-style schedule, which differs from the IPL in that a number of matches may be played in one place before the tournament as a whole moves to another, is being considered. IPL 2021 was conducted in this manner prior to having to be shifted to the UAE due to growing Covid concerns.

The WIPL will use as few as two venues every season with just 20 league games taking place there. Therefore, the first two of the aforementioned venues might host the 2023 season, the remaining two for the 2024 season, and the last one plus one of the 2023 season’s venues for the 2025 season.

The IPL governing council has given the IPL chairperson and BCCI office bearers authority to make a final choice about the tournament’s schedule.