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K7 Kabaddi UP League kicks off with a bang, a great platform to hone domestic talent

The much-awaited K7 Kabaddi UP League got off to a thrilling start on Monday, April 15, 2024. The first match of the league was played between Avadh Lions and BK Warriors, in which BK Warriors won by a margin of 3 points. The final score was Warriors 43 - 40 Lions. The second match of the tournament was played between Taj Royals and Jhansi Fighters, in which Jhansi Fighters defeated Royals by 16 points. The score was Jhansi 43 - 27 Royals. The third and fourth matches of the league are also being played today, April 15th. In the third match, Prayagraj Titans defeated Noida Raiders, the score was Prayagraj 33-24 Noida. In the fourth match, Kashi Warriors defeated Gorakhpur Giants, the score was Kashi 51-30 Gorakhpur.

Kabaddi lovers will be happy to know that Jaipur Pink Panthers star raider Arjun Deshwal is the brand ambassador of this tournament. Arjun Deshwal, star raider of Jaipur Pink Panthers, inaugurated the K7 Kabaddi UP League. Rajesh Kumar (General Secretary of UP Kabaddi Association) and Jasveer Singh (Head Coach of UP Yoddha) were also present at the inaugural ceremony.

All the matches of the tournament will be played at the UP Yoddha BK Kabaddi Academy in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh. 8 teams will be competing for the trophy in the K7 Kabaddi UP League. The names of these teams are - BK Warriors, Gorakhpur Giants, Taj Royals, Noida Raiders, Avadh Lions, Jhansi Fighters, Prayagraj Titans and Kashi Warriors. It is worth noting that the selection trials for these teams were held in 3 different cities of Uttar Pradesh.


If you are unable to watch the K7 Kabaddi UP League matches in Meerut, then there is no need to panic. You can enjoy all the matches comfortably sitting at home. The entire tournament will be broadcast live on DD Sports. Alternatively, you can stream this event online through the Kabaddi Adda YouTube channel.

K7 is a platform that provides kabaddi players with an opportunity to hone their skills before becoming stars. Some of the famous kabaddi players who have been part of the K7 league and are now playing in the Pro Kabaddi League include Ashu Malik, Krishan Dhull, Jaideep Dahiya and Parteek Dahiya. The K7 Kabaddi UP League will play an important role in grooming young talent and bringing them to the national stage.

If you are a kabaddi fan, then don't forget to watch the K7 Kabaddi UP League. It is definitely going to be an exciting tournament.