Pro Kabaddi 2021 Vivo PKL
Pro Kabaddi is a popular Indian sport. It has gained tremendous popularity in recent years after the resurgence of PKL that has made it even more popular among the players and spectators.
As a result, Pro Kabaddi League TV viewership is increasing day by day which is evident from the success of its latest season. Vivo PKL stands for Vivo Pro Kabaddi League where team owners like Vivo, XOLO, and TATA acquired teams to compete with each other in a league format where each game will be played over one full day while sudden death matches will be held to decide the winner of every round.
Betting apps for play kabaddi
There are a number of Android and iOS apps which allow you to play kabaddi. The following three apps come with very good reviews and have been used by people in India.
Pro Kabaddi Schedule 2021
The 12th edition of Vivo Pro Kabaddi League (VIVO PKL) will commence from September 2019 and will end in the month of December 2019. It will be there for around a month and all the matches will be played on the weekends.
The season has been confirmed by Star Sports & Fox Sports who are the official broadcasters for VIVO PKL 2021. The same broadcasters have acquired the rights to broadcast IPTL 2020 and it is also scheduled to start almost at the same time as IPTL 2020 i.e. from October 1-30, 2020.
The season will start by PSL Lahore tournament tournament and it will feature Pakistan Super League teams as well. Teams from Bangladesh, Australia, Bhutan, Cambodia and India are also set to participate in the tournament.
Vivo Pro Kabaddi League 2021 has two rounds of playoffs namely as Quarterfinals and Semifinals (Final) to qualify for the Grand Finale (Maha-Bandi). The top eight franchises with the highest point score will qualify for playoffs. The playoff format is best-of-three-games where second or third place qualifier enters in semifinals while 4th,5th and 6th place in playoffs enter in quarterfinals.
Pro Kabaddi 2021 Venue & Schedule
The championship will be held in India with all the matches being played at different venues. The first pool matches will be held in Jaipur, the second pool games in Gwalior, third pool games in Lucknow and fourth pool games in Indore.
The Vivo Pro Kabaddi League 2021 - India Schedule will confirm soon after the inaugural edition.
Before the league started in 2019, a tournament was held to determine the qualifiers for the league.
Vivo Pro Kabaddi League 2021 Prizes & Cash Prize Details
The tournament offers players with cash prize money along with other prizes along with welfare assistance.
Kabaddi League 2021 Team List
Vivo Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) is an Indian professional kabaddi league. The league is organized by Mashal Sports and Star Sports with eight franchises representing various cities in India.
The teams participating in the Vivo Pro Kabaddi League season 12 are:
Mumbai Defenders, Bengaluru Bulls, Haryana Steelers, U Mumba, Telugu Titans, Gujarat Fortune Giants, Patna Pirates, Tamil Thalaivas and RR.
Kabaddi game rules
Kabaddi is a contact sport played by 2 teams. The object of the game is to get the opponent's kabaddi ring to touch the ground or your own wall without touching the ground or members of your own team's kabaddi ring.
The two main playing areas are:
the "paltan" where kabaddis (kickers) try to score against their opponents' kabaddis; and
the "bajrangwali" where players try to prevent their opponents from scoring against theirs. The following rules are to be applied:
Kabaddi is ideally played on hard surfaces such as concrete, asphalt or coated with artificial turf. However, kabaddis have been known to play kabaddi on grass. It is important that the playing field is level and well maintained during the games. The game can also be played on flat ground (e.g. lawns or ground covers). However, this is not a very good idea due to the risk that players may fall off the ground. It's important that the flooring has been well cleaned and raked beforehand so as to remove all debris such as stones which can cause injury to players' feet or legs.
Warm up and stretching exercises are very important to all sports and kabaddi is no exception. Long lasting injuries have occurred when players don't warm up correctly prior to the game, play or practice session. It's important to pay attention when warming up so that you do not get injured. Pay special attention to your shoulders, knees, ankles and toes because these are the most common areas for injuries in kabaddi.
The following section provides a demonstration of some of the more popular warm-up exercises used by players in India:
Another important area of concern for all sports is hygiene. It's important to wash your hands with soap and warm water at regular intervals during the kabaddi game. The best time to do this is when you have a "time-out" or break in the game. For example, after the first half of the game has been completed by both teams and another team member throws you the kabaddi ball to begin play again, use this opportunity to wash your hands with soap and warm water. Do not dry your hands on a towel that may contain bacteria that will spread throughout your body which can cause disease. Wash your hands with soap and warm water right away. It is also very important to wash your face, eyes, mouth and ears at regular intervals during the game. Bacteria can enter your body through these areas. To do this when you have a "time-out", use warm water in your hands (not soap), wet a cloth with warm water and use this to clean all the dirt from around your face, eyes, mouth and ears. Then dry them with another clean cloth applied just below your nose. Do not put this cloth back into the warm water because it may contain disease causing bacteria.
"Note:" The game is over when any member of a team touches the ground with anything other than their feet while holding the kabaddi ball in any part of their body. Once a play is done, it cannot be canceled or changed. "Time-outs" or "interval" are provided for each team so that players can have some rest and discuss strategies for their next play.
"Note:" A team can use only six players during a play. The "follower" (the player who throws the kabaddi ball) does not have to be a member of that team. However, the "follower" cannot run unless he/she has the ball in their hand. Therefore, it is important to select the throwers who are most likely to find you, as well as teammates who will not lose track of your movement on the field.
"Note:" A "defensive-trap" is when a team stands in the center of their end of the field and assumes a defensive posture. The defensive-trap does not stop the opponent, however, it will severely weaken their chances to score against you. Also, a "defensive-trap" usually means that you must have more players present on your side of the field to avoid being trapped, and also to make it difficult for your opponents to pass to you.
The following section provides a demonstration of some of the more popular strategies used by players in India:
A very important skill which all kabaddi players must learn is how to control the kabaddi ball. It is also important that the player who controls the kabaddi ball does not leave their line of sight at any time, or they will lose control of the ball and at best will have to wait for their next turn to play. Players who lose control of the kabaddi ball usually throw it away or drop it on the ground and place a foot on the ball. The main reason for losing control of the kabaddi ball is due to impatience because you do not want to give up possession of the ball. For this reason, it is important that a player controls the kabaddi ball for as long as possible and then gives it to their next play. This practice allows players to take their time and choose the best strategy when controlling the kabaddi ball, therefore reducing the risk of losing control of the ball.
"Note:" When defending a play, it is important that there are enough players in your team's end of the court as shown in figure 3. This ensures that no opponent has a chance to pass to you or score points against you.
In conclusion, kabaddi is an exciting and fun sport to play with family and friends. It is a great workout and an excellent form of exercise. Kabaddi is economically affordable for most people, therefore anyone can start a team or league in their neighborhood. This sport provides a good opportunity for boys and girls to develop leadership skills while having fun in the process! Good luck!