THE PKL 5 will be a 13 week tournament, comprising 138 matches in a new exciting format.
Haryana Steelers coach Ranbir Singh Khokhar talks about the depth in his squad, how JSW ownership is benefitting the team and the franchise’s aim in the upcoming season of Pro Kabaddi League.
ON THE DAY ONE of Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) auction, raider Nitin Tomar shattered all records as he bagged a whopping Rs 93 lakh bid by GMR-owned Team Uttar Pradesh.
JSW SPORTS, who acquired a franchise for the 2017 season of the Pro Kabaddi League (SSPKL), announced on Saturday that the team would be called Haryana Steelers.
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