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The Pune Warriors India were a franchise Twenty20 cricket team that represented the city of Pune in the Indian Premier League (IPL). The team was one of two IPL franchises from the Indian state of Maharashtra, the other being Mumbai Indians. It was one of two new franchises added to the IPL for the 2011 season, alongside the also-defunct Kochi Tuskers Kerala. The team was owned by Sahara Group Sports Limited, a group company of the Indian business conglomerate Sahara India Pariwar. The team's home ground was the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium located in Gahunje, Pune.

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  • Die Pune Warriors India waren ein Cricketteam, welches Pune in der Indian Premier League von 2011–2013 repräsentierte. Das Team spielte zusammen mit den Kochi Tuskers Kerala ab der Indian Premier League 2011 als neues Franchise in der IPL. Das Heimatstadion war das DY Patil Stadium, ab der Saison 2012 wurde ins Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium gewechselt. (de)
  • The Pune Warriors India were a franchise Twenty20 cricket team that represented the city of Pune in the Indian Premier League (IPL). The team was one of two IPL franchises from the Indian state of Maharashtra, the other being Mumbai Indians. It was one of two new franchises added to the IPL for the 2011 season, alongside the also-defunct Kochi Tuskers Kerala. The team was owned by Sahara Group Sports Limited, a group company of the Indian business conglomerate Sahara India Pariwar. The team's home ground was the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium located in Gahunje, Pune. In May 2013, Pune Warriors India withdrew from the IPL over financial differences with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) stemming from the valuation of the league's annual franchise fee. Their last match was on 19 May 2013 against Delhi Daredevils. The franchise was officially terminated by the BCCI five months later, in October 2013. The team was unsuccessful in their three years in the tournament, finishing second from last in their inaugural season and in their final season and last in 2012. Overall, the team played 46 matches, winning 12 and losing 33 with one match a no-result due to rain. The side's leading run scorer was Robin Uthappa and its leading wicket-taker was Rahul Sharma. (en)
  • Pune Warriors India foi um clube de críquete da Índia. Sua sede era na cidade de Pune. A equipe disputou a Indian Premier League. Seu estádio inicial era o DY Patil Stadium com capacidade para 60.000 espectadores. A franquia foi criada em 2010, em conjunto com o Kochi Tuskers Kerala, de propriedade do grupo Sahara India Pariwar. O time disputou três temporadas e foi dissolvido em 2013 devido a diferenças financeiras com a liga. (pt)
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  • Die Pune Warriors India waren ein Cricketteam, welches Pune in der Indian Premier League von 2011–2013 repräsentierte. Das Team spielte zusammen mit den Kochi Tuskers Kerala ab der Indian Premier League 2011 als neues Franchise in der IPL. Das Heimatstadion war das DY Patil Stadium, ab der Saison 2012 wurde ins Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium gewechselt. (de)
  • Pune Warriors India foi um clube de críquete da Índia. Sua sede era na cidade de Pune. A equipe disputou a Indian Premier League. Seu estádio inicial era o DY Patil Stadium com capacidade para 60.000 espectadores. A franquia foi criada em 2010, em conjunto com o Kochi Tuskers Kerala, de propriedade do grupo Sahara India Pariwar. O time disputou três temporadas e foi dissolvido em 2013 devido a diferenças financeiras com a liga. (pt)
  • The Pune Warriors India were a franchise Twenty20 cricket team that represented the city of Pune in the Indian Premier League (IPL). The team was one of two IPL franchises from the Indian state of Maharashtra, the other being Mumbai Indians. It was one of two new franchises added to the IPL for the 2011 season, alongside the also-defunct Kochi Tuskers Kerala. The team was owned by Sahara Group Sports Limited, a group company of the Indian business conglomerate Sahara India Pariwar. The team's home ground was the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium located in Gahunje, Pune. (en)
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