IPL 2022 -  The attendance for the season are expected to exceed 25% capacity

The Indian Premier League in Maharashtra is likely to see more than just 25 per cent capacity crowds at the venues in the upcoming season.

Although the initial permission from the state government is only for one-fourth of the stadium size, BCCI is confident more fans will be allowed as the league progresses.

As per an initial estimate, the Wankhede will have 9,800-10,000 people, neighbouring Brabourne Stadium, with a capacity of around 28,000, will have up to 7-8,000

source : crickbuzz

While the DY Patil Stadium in Nerul, larger in size, will allow 11-12,000 fans. The Maharashtra Cricket Stadium in Pune will have an initial fill of 12,000

BCCI has expressed satisfaction over the presence of spectators for the recent international games in Kolkata, Dharamsala, Mohali and Bengaluru

The BCCI secretary had also wrote a letter to the state associations after the conclusion of the pink-ball Day-Night Test in Bengaluru. 

Defending champions Chennai Super Kings (CSK) will play the IPL 2022 opener against Kolkata Knight Riders on March 26 at the Wankhede stadium in Mumbai.