CPL 2024 set for August 28 to October 6

The 2024 edition of the Republic Bank Caribbean Premier League will be staged from 28 August to 6 October. The final will be played in Guyana at the National Stadium in Providence for the third straight year.

Matches will be played in Trinidad and Tobago, Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Guyana, St Kitts and Nevis, and St Lucia.

The CPL window will not clash with West Indies fixtures and CPL chief executive Pete Russell said that they are pleased to showcase the best Caribbean talent during the tournament.

“The window also allows CPL franchises to sign the best available international players after successful discussions with other leagues to avoid the same clashes we had in 2023. As always, we would like to thank Cricket West Indies for their help and support in finding a window that works so well for all stakeholders,” said Russell.

Cricket West Indies (CWI) chief executive Johnny Grave said CWI and CPL worked closely to strategically prioritize this window so all West Indian cricketers can participate in the event.


“With the 2024 CPL taking place just two months after hosting the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in the region, it provides another fantastic opportunity for our fans to enjoy some world-class exciting T20 cricket and for our regional governments to benefit from more cricket generated economic activity,” Grave said.

The 2024 CPL will feature six teams with the three-time champions, Jamaica Tallawahs, out and an Antigua-based franchise in.

The Guyana Amazon Warriors won their first CPL title in 2023 with Trinbago Knight Riders as runners-up.