Ultimate Kho Kho Season 2: Teams, Schedule, Squads And Live Streaming Information


As the highly anticipated return of Ultimate Kho Kho for its second season draws near, sports enthusiasts are buzzing with excitement. The Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium in Cuttack is poised to host a thrilling clash between defending champions, Odisha Juggernauts, and the Rajasthan Warriors, setting the stage for an exciting showdown.

Ultimate Kho Kho made a significant impact in its debut season, captivating fans and sponsors alike, revitalising the traditional sport with newfound energy and a global perspective. Its remarkable rise as India’s third-largest non-cricket league, based on television viewership, underscores its success.

A fresh addition to the upcoming season is the introduction of a standardised points system. Each attacking move will now earn teams two points, promising a more dynamic and competitive atmosphere, fueling anticipation for high-stakes matches and exceptional athleticism.

The action-packed Ultimate Kho Kho Season 2 is scheduled to kick off on December 24 and will continue until January 13, 2024. Six teams, namely Odisha Juggernauts, Telugu Yoddhas, Chennai Quick Guns, Gujarat Giants, Mumbai Khiladis, and Rajasthan Warriors, will battle it out for supremacy.

Ultimate Kho Kho Season 2 Live Streaming

Live streaming of Ultimate Kho Kho Season 2 will be available on the Sony Liv app and website, while the matches will be broadcast on the Sony Ten network in India.

Ultimate Kho Kho Season 2 Squads

Odisha Juggernauts
Dilip Khandvi, Dipesh More, Gowtham MK, Vishal, Omkar Sonawane, Rohan Shingade, Akshay Masal, Mahesha P, Manoj Patil, Avinash Desai, Manoj Kumar, Visag S, Debendra Nath, Nikhil Kumar, Vishal Oram, Sanjay Kumar V, Deepak Kumar Sahoo, Nikhil B, MD Mirajul, Sushant Kaldhone, Sobhag V Sriganda, Niranjan Samal, Savir Ahmad, Suresh Kumar and Siddheswar Tudu.

Telugu Yoddhas
Arun Gunki, Avdhut Patil, Pratik Waikar, Adhithya Ganpule, Rahul Mandal, Nikhil Waghe, Milind Chavrekar, Akash Togare, Kiran Vasave, Dhruv, Prasad Radye, Rudra Thopate, Prem Randive, Vaibhav Nippane, Sourabh Adavkar, Vijaybhai Vegad, Anukul Sarkar, M Phani Kumar, Mahamad Ujer Harun Momin, Matlum, Lipun Mukhi, Arjun Bishukarma, Prasad Patil, Bojjam Ranjith and Rajat Malik.

Chennai Quick Guns
Amit Patil, Madan, Ramji Kashyap, Laxman Gawas, Adarsh Mohite, Sachin Bhargo, Zora Suraj, Suraj Lande, Aditya Kudale, Durvesh Salunke, Chandu Chavre, Akash Kadam, Narendra Katkate, Mustafa Bagwan, Arjun Singh, Vijay Shinde, Ashish Patel, M Mugilan, Akash Balyan, Sumon Barman, Pavan Kumar and Giri S.

Gujarat Giants
Abhinandan Patil, Akshay Bhangare, Suyash Gargate, Nilesh Jadhav, P Narasayya, Faizankha Pathan, Rajvardhan Patil, V Subramani, Deepak Madhav, Shubham Thorat, Gavara Venkatesh, Sanket Kadam, Kondhalkar Rupesh, Bharat Kumar, Pabani Sabar, Vinayak Pokarde, Ram Mohan, V Kabilan, Arnav Patankar, Alfaj H Nadaf, Vasave Ravi, Abhijit Patil, Saleem Khan, Vijesh Kumar and Harish Mohmmad.

Mumbai Khiladis
Gajanan Shengal, Sreejesh S, Mahesh Shinde, Aniket Pote, Subhasis Santra, Hrushikesh Murchavade, Rokeson Singh, P Siva Reddy, Govind Yadav, Avik Singha, Milind Kurpe, Sunil Patra, Sudheer Kumar, MD Aiman Pasha, Sagar Potdar, Rohan Kore, Komal, Pawar Sachin, Dhiraj Bhave, Debasis, Shiva, Ajay Kashyap, Pritam Chougule, Sibin M, Abhishek Pathrode and Parmar Rahul.

Rajasthan Warriors
Akshay Ganpule, Dilrajsing Sengar, Majahar Jamadar, Vijay Hajare, Jaggannath Das, Rushab Wagh, Nilesh Patil, Prajwal K H, Brahmane Vivek, Ranjan Shetty, Rejeti Surinaidu, Sourabh Gadge, Nandan D, Ganesh Borkar, Bika Chetan, Buchannagari Raju, Dhanraj P, Jagannath Murmu, Aditya Shelke, Mukesh Prajapat, Vaibhav More and Aditya KN.

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