|Team||City||Owner||Price||10 Year Agreement||Captain||Head Coach|
|Karachi Kings||Karachi, Sindh||ARY Media Group
(Salman Iqbal, CEO
|US$2.6 million||US$26 Million||Kumar Sangakkara||Mickey Arthur|
|Lahore Qalandars||Lahore, Punjab||Qatar Lubricants Company Limited
(Fawad Rana, Managing Director)
|US$2.5 million||US$25 Million||Brendon McCullum||Paddy Upton|
|Peshawar Zalmi||Peshawar, Khyber Pakthunkhwa||Haier Pakistan
(Javed Afridi, CEO)
|US$1.6 million||US$16 Million||Darren Sammy||Mohammad Akram|
|Islamabad United||Islamabad, Capital Territory||Venture Capital Leonine Global Sports
|US$1.5 million||US$15 Million||Misbah-ul-Haq||Dean Jones|
|Quetta Gladiators||Quetta, Balochistan||Omar Associates
(Nadeem Omar, Director)
|US$1.1 million||US$11 Million||Sarfraz Ahmed||Moin Khan|
ARY Group purchased Karachi Kings for $2.6 million (2724410000) Pak Rupees
Qatar Oil purchased Lahore Qalandars for $2.4 million (2619625000) Pak Rupees
Leonine Global Sports purchased Islamabad United for $1.5 million (1571775000) Pak Rupees
Haier purchased Peshawar Zalmi for $1.6 million (1676560000) Pak Rupees
Omar Associates purchased Quetta Gladiators for $1.1 million (1152635000) Pak Rupees
Pakistan-super-league-2017-empires have also been announced.
All the 5 franchises for the PSL were sold on December 3, 2015. Several companies bought the bidding documents, but only seven presented formal proposals, which also included companies from the Middle East.
The early commercial rights of franchises were sold out for US$93 million for the span of 10 years in December 2015.The PSL’s title sponsorship goes to Pakistan’s Primary bank Habib Bank Limited.Karachi became the most expensive team with the ARY Group shelling out $26 million to gain ownership.