The inaugural season of Major League Cricket will get underway next month, with six teams competing in the tournament – here’s the full squad for San Francisco Unicorns, including every international and domestic player announced.

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San Francisco have signed two high profile Australia players to their first-ever squad. Aaron Finch and Marcus Stoinis will both be playing for the side in 2023. They make up two of the overseas names the franchise have announced as done-deals. The only other international player currently known to have signed for the side is Lungi Ngidi.

Each team in the newest franchise league on the circuit can select a maximum of 19 players, a minimum of 16. Of these, nine must be from the domestic pool of players in the USA, of which there were over 100 available in the draft. Teams must also include one under-23 domestic player to help foster the next generation of cricketing talent in the USA.

Liam Plunkett is among the domestic players signed to the San Francisco Unicorns. Plunkett was one of the stars of the 2019 World Cup winning England side, but now plays his cricket as a US qualified player. Alongside Plunkett as a recently qualified US player at the San Francisco Unicorns, is former New Zealand player Corey Anderson. Anderson played in all-three international formats for New Zealand before he announced his retirement in 2020.

San Francisco’s first match of the tournament will be against MI New York at Grand Prairie Stadium on June 14.

MLC 2023, San Francisco Unicorns squad: Full list of international and domestic players

Overseas players: Aaron Finch, Marcus Stoinis, Lungi Ngidi.

Domestic Players: Corey Anderson, Chaitanya Bishnoi, Brody Couch, Sanjay Krishnamurthi, Carmi Le Roux, Smit Patel, Liam Plunkett, Tajinder Singh, David White.

MLC Wildcard: TBC