Lahore Qalandars is a Pakistan Super League cricket franchise representing Lahore and Punjab Province of Pakistan. The owner of Lahore Qalandars is CEO of Qatar Lubricants Pvt. Limited Fawad Rana. See here for Fawad Rana’s net worth.
For the first edition, Qalandars was captained by current Pakistan Cricket Team captain Azhar Ali, for the second edition, Azhar was retained as a player Meanwhile former Kiwi captain Brendon McCullum appointed as a mentor and captain of Lahore Qalandars. Fawad Rana paid the price of the franchise for the coming ten years before the auctions for new owner opens.
Lahore Qalandars Net Worth and Income per year was around $12 Million for the first season; it is likely to be $20-25 Million for the second season. Lahore Qalandars featured Chris Gayle, a legendary West Indies Batsman for the first season, although it didn’t worked out well and they have to trade him to Karachi Kings for PSL 2. Read here about net worth of Pakistan super league.
Net Worth of Lahore Qalandars:
Peddy Upton coaches Lahore Qalandar for PSL 2; Gaddafi Stadium is the home ground of Qalandars where the final of PSL 2017 is likely yo be held.
In the first season, Qalandars hadn’t played great; they were last on the points table. Fawad Rana bought the franchise with the second-highest bid of PSL in $24 Million.
Sponsors of Lahore Qalandars:
Lahore Qalandars is sponsored by Pakistan’s largest media group Geo Network, Jazz communications, AlKaram Textile Mills, and Qatar Oil Company.
Net Worth: $50 Million
Yearly Income/Profits: $20 Million