IPL 2015 Closing Ceremony Live Telecast & Streaming

IPL 2015 Closing Ceremony Live Telecast & Streaming

The Season 8 of Indian Premiere League (IPL 2015) will end on Sunday, 24th May 2015.

I am sure that all you crazy cricket fans would be searching about IPL 2015 Closing Ceremony Date, Time and Live Telecast Options.

The Closing Ceremony of the Pepsi IPL 2015 – the Season 8 of the Indian Premiere League will take place on the evening of Sunday, 24th May 2015, at the Eden Gardens, Kolkata.

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The Closing Ceremony of Pepsi IPL 2015 will be one of the most spectacular events ever witnessed.

Be it cricketers, actors, celebrities and the people, everybody does not want to miss the Closing Ceremony of IPL 2015.

As per media reports, IPL 2015 Closing Ceremony will see performances by many celebrities.

IPL 2015 Closing Ceremony Live Telecast :

Live Telecast of the Closing Ceremony of Indian Premiere League 2015 will be broadcast LIVE on following channels worldwide.

Australia : Seven Sport and 7mate (Seven Network)
Bangladesh : Channel 9
Canada : Sportsnet One/Omni Television/Sportsnet (Rogers media )
Caribbean Countries : Sportsmax
Hong Kong : Now TV (PCCW)
India : Set Max and Sony Six
Malayasia and Brunei : Astro
Nepal : Set Max
New Zealand : Sky Television Network
Pakistan : Geo Super
South Africa and other African Territories : SuperSport
Singapore : Cricket Extra (StarHub)
Sri Lanka : Carlton Sports Network
UAE and other Arab Countries : CricOne (Arab Digital Network)
USA: Willow.tv, NEO Sports

IPL 2015 Closing Ceremony Live Telecast :

Live Streaming of IPL 2015 Closing Ceremony will be available on YouTube.

Note : Once the IPL 2015 Closing Ceremony is over we will have Photos & Videos of IPL 2015 Closing Ceremony on our website. Visit again.

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