Top 10 Female Cricketers with Most Instagram Followers

Discover the social media powerhouses of Women’s cricket as we unveil the top 10 female cricketers with the largest Instagram followings. From global icons to rising stars, these players command attention both on and off the field, captivating fans with their engaging content and vibrant personalities.

Smriti Mandhana
Smriti Mandhana

1. Smriti Mandhana (10.9 M)

The 25-year-old Mumbaikar didn’t even leave the Social Media list behind this year. After having a great 2021 smashing the first pink ball century by an Indian woman and then the first Big Bash League century by an Indian, opener Smriti Mandhana has become a Social Media sensation. With 10.9 million followers on Instagram, Mandhana not only leads the Instagram tally but even the Social Media tally as a whole among women cricketers.

2. Shreyanka Patil (2.9 M)

Shreyanka Patil the young Indian bowler and RCB star who recently had a major role in her team RCB winning the WPL title for the 1st time is no behind when it comes to the social media game. Having a total of 2.9 M followers on Instagram account, Shreyanka Patil happens to be a fan favorite.

3. Ellyse Perry (2.7 M)

The most capped Australian woman, Ellyse Perry is one of the three international players in a list dominated by Indians. Ranked 3rd with 2.7M followers, Perry has been one of the most consistent all-rounders in women’s cricket and was also adjudged as the ICC women’s cricketer of the Decade last year.

4. Harmanpreet Kaur(2.1 M)

WBBL|07 Player of the Tournament, Harmanpreet Kaur takes the fifth spot in the ranking with 2. 1 M followers. Captain of the shortest format, Kaur is known as the batting powerhouse, especially after her exceptional performance in the Semi-Finals of the 2019 World Cup (171*) that increased Australia’s wait for their 7th World Cup title.

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5. Harleen Deol (2.1 M)

Famous for her unbelievable catch in the T20I against England in July this year, Harleen Deol is the fourth most followed women cricketer on Instagram. She has around 2.1 M followers on the platform and is also known for some amazing photos she posts.

6. Mithali Raj (1.8 M)

Legends can never be missed when it comes to social media. The Indian captain, Mithali Raj is the second-highest on the list with 1.8 million followers. The numbers indicate the successful career of this leading run-scorer of women’s cricket which has made her the role model for many.

7. Jemimah Rodrigues (1.4 M)

The jolliest person on the Indian team, Jemimah Rodrigues has the seventh-highest followers (1.4 M followers). Known for her humorous nature, Rodrigue had a great year with some key performances for Northern Superchargers in The Hundred, finishing as the second-highest run-scorer and with the highest individual score (92*) of the inaugural edition and then in WBBL|07 where she finished just next to Harmanpreet for the Melbourne Renegades.

8. Veda Krishnamurthy (926K)

Captain of the 2021 senior domestic one-day trophy runners-up Karnataka, Veda Krishnamurthy has around 926K Instagram followers which is the ninth highest count. Though Krishnamurthy didn’t get a chance to play international cricket this year, she impressed everyone with her performance in the domestic trophy.

9. Priya Punia (549K)

Priya Punia the sensational top-order batter for India is no behind when it comes to the social media reach among the fans having a total followers of 549k and many more to come.

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10. ⁠Sarah Taylor (511K)

The next international player on the list is the former English wicketkeeper batter, Sarah Taylor. Though retired from international cricket in 2019, Taylor continues to be one of the favorites having the 10th highest 511k Instagram followers. In March this year, she became the first female specialist coach for a senior Men’s county team in the country and in October was appointed as the assistant coach to Abu Dhabi’s men’s team.

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