Bangladesh Cricket Board

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Bangladesh Cricket Board
Bangladesh Cricket Board Logo.svg
Sport Cricket
Abbreviation BCB
Founded 1972 (1972)
Affiliation International Cricket Council
Affiliation date 26 June 2000, Full Member
Regional affiliation Asian Cricket Council
Affiliation date 1983, Full Member
Headquarters Sher-e-Bangla Stadium, Mirpur, Dhaka
President Nazmul Hasan Papon, MP
Vice president(s) A J M Nasir Uddin
Men's coach England Steve Rhodes
Women's coach India Anju Jain
Sponsor Uniliver[1], PRAN, Fresh, Brac Bank, Qatar Airways, Aamra Network, Pan Pacific
Official website

The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB; Bengali: বাংলাদেশ ক্রিকেট বোর্ড) is the governing body of cricket in Bangladesh. The BCB first became an associate member of the International Cricket Council in 1977[2] and on 26 June 2000 became a full member.[3] The board has its headquarters in Dhaka, and is responsible for the operation and development of cricket, maintenance of venues, and selection for the Bangladesh national cricket team.[4] It is operated by the Government of Bangladesh.


List of Presidents of Bangladesh Cricket Board:[5][6]

# Name Photo Term Began Term Ended
1st Professor Mohammad Yousuf Ali 1972 14 August 1976
2nd S. S. Huda 14 August 1976 28 September 1981
3rd Commodore Mujibur Rahman 28 September 1981 30 January 1983
4th K. Z. Islam 30 January 1983 18 February 1987
5th Anisul Islam Mahmud 18 February 1987 27 December 1990
6th Kazi Bahauddin Ahmed 27 December 1990 01 September 1991
7th Abu Saleh Mohammad Mustafizur Rahman 01 September 1991 04 July 1996
8th Saber Hossain Chowdhury 04 July 1996 19 August 2001
9th M Akmal Hossain 19 August 2001 26 November 2001
10th Ali Asgar Lobi 26 November 2001 14 November 2006
11th Kumar Dolase 14 November 2006 29 July 2007
12th Lieutenant General Sina Ibn Jamali 29 July 2007 23 September 2009
13th Mustafa Kamal 23 September 2009 17 October 2012
14th Nazmul Hasan Papon Nazmul Hassan Papon (2) (cropped).jpg 17 October 2012 Present

See also


  1. ^ "Unilever becomes Bangladesh Cricket team's sponsor", The Daily Star
  2. ^ "Bangladesh Cricket Board". ICC. Retrieved 9 January 2018.
  3. ^ "Bangladesh Cricket Board".
  4. ^ "BCB may ask Saqlain Mushtaq to work with second-string teams - Cricket - ESPN Cricinfo". Cricinfo.
  5. ^ "Former Presidents". Bangladesh Cricket Board. Retrieved 6 March 2018.
  6. ^ "President". Bangladesh Cricket Board. Retrieved 6 March 2018.

External links

  • Official website
  • New perspective around Bangladesh - BCB president

Coordinates: 23°48′27″N 90°21′44″E / 23.807474°N 90.362143°E / 23.807474; 90.362143

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