Ran Singh Kabaddi Player

Ran Singh Kabaddi Player

Early Life

Ran Singh was born on April 2, 1987, and raised in Dirba Sangrur in Punjab, Ran Singh was exposed to the game of kabaddi from quite a young age. He started playing under-14 kabaddi for his school team.


He also played a lot of kabaddi circle in Punjab. Kabaddi circle is a tougher version of kabaddi and very popular in Punjab. As it is played in the mud, it requires more skill.

 He had a humble life growing up in Punjab. He is married and blessed with a son.


Every athlete has to face his share of ups and downs. For most athletes, the biggest fear is an injury. Ran Singh has had his share of his own challenges. He discussed it in an interview with the PKL.

“Making a career in kabaddi is not as tough now as it used to be, but players need to be wary of small injuries as they can impact one’s performance on the mat. Another problem for me was my weight because of which I needed to give extra focus to my fitness in order to lose weight.”

Ran Singh Pro Kabaddi League Career

Ran Singh is a kabaddi player who plays as an all-rounder. He has been a part of the Pro Kabaddi League since its inception. He was a part of the title-winning Jaipur Pink Panthers side in the first season and continued for three more seasons with the team from Rajasthan.

In the fifth season, he was signed on by the Bengal Warriors team. He was signed for a sum of INR 43 lakh. The very first season with the team was very successful for him as he scored 64 points in 23 matches.


One of the most talked-about all-rounders in the nation, Ran Singh has been a consistent performer throughout all seasons in Pro Kabaddi League. The all-rounder had a phenomenal season three, becoming the most successful defender for Jaipur Pink Panthers with 21 tackle points. Owing to his consistent performances, he is currently ranked amongst the top ten defenders in the league in terms of tackle points.

Throughout the last few years, Ran has established himself as one of the best players in the Pro Kabaddi League. In the seventh season, he was picked up by the Tamil Thalaivas team. The team paid a staggering INR 55 lakh for the talented youngster.



Personal Profile:

Full Name Ran Singh
Date of Birth April 2, 1987
Age 33 years old (as in 2020)
Nationality Indian
Coach Udaya Kumar
Weight 82 kgs
Height 5’11 ft.
Position All-Rounder
Signature Move  Block
Current Club  Tamil Thalaivas
Former Club Jaipur Pink Panthers, Bengal Warriors


Teams Played for

Seasons Teams
Season 1 Jaipur Pink Panthers
Season 2 Jaipur Pink Panthers
Season 3 Jaipur Pink Panthers
Season 4 Jaipur Pink Panthers
Season 5 Bengal Warriors
Season 6 Bengal Warriors
Season 7 Tamil Thalaivas


Total Matches Played 120
Total Earned Points 335
Most Points in a match 9
Not out percentage 80.68
Total raids 233
Successful raids % 43.34
Super 10’s 0
Total raid points 101
Average raid per match 0.84
Total tackles  482
Number of super tackles 14
Total tackle points 234
Average tackles per match % 1.83
Tackle strike rate % 48.54


Season-wise Stats



SeasonTeam MatchesTotal RaidsSuccessful  RaidsUnsuccessful RaidsRaid Touch Points Raid Bonus pointsTotal Raid Points
PKL 7Tamil Thalavias2117744711
PKL 6Bengal Warriors2272231224832
PKL5Bengal Warriors23271055813
PKL4Jaipur Pink Panther161643325
PKL3Jaipur Pink Panthers1457151414620
PKL2Jaipur Pink Panthers13351058513
PKL1Jaipur Pink Panthers1016556511


SeasonTeamMatchesTotal TacklesSuccessful TacklesTotal Tackle PointsTackle Strike Rate
PKL 6Tamil Thalavias2174323548.54
PKL 6Bengal Warriors2289384146.07
PKL5Bengal Warriors2391485055
PKL4Jaipur Pink Panthers1662272845.16
PKL3Jaipur Pink Panthers1452212140.38
PKL2Jaipur Pink Panthers1353273158.49
PKL1Jaipur Pink Panthers1041232560.98


Ran Singh Records and Achievements


Ran Singh was the most successful defender for Jaipur Pink Panthers in Season 3 with 21 Tackle Points.

Singh first breached the 50 Tackle Points barrier in Season 5 where he scored 52 Tackle Points from 23 matches.

His consistency has ensured him a spot as the top ten defenders in the league in terms of Tackle Points.


Ran Singh Unknown Facts


In season 3 of the PKL, he scored 21 tackle points and became the most successful defender for Jaipur Pink Panthers.

Ran Singh did his schooling in Hemkunt Convent School in Dirba, Punjab.

He completed his graduation from Punjab Technical University.

Fellow Punjab kabaddi player, Maninder Singh is Ran’s best friend. Both started their careers together and were part of the Jaipur Pink Panthers team in the debut season of the Pro Kabaddi League. In fact, two of them have similar tattoos on their arms as well. Ran Singh got it first in Canada, and Maninder loved it so much that he got a similar one in Punjab.


Ran Singh Social Media:

Ran Singh Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ransinghkabaddi13/

Ran Singh Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Ransinghraniya/

Ran Singh Twitter: Not Available

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