ICC Cricket World Cup 2023: Facts about host India, Schedule, Teams and Venues
The very first ICC Cricket World Cup was held in 1975 in England and wales which was won the West Indies. Indian team had won the third edition of the ICC Cricket World Cup in 1983 and 10th edition in 2011.
This will be the first time that Cricket World Cup 2023 would be completely held on Indian soil. In the previous three editions 1987, 1996, and 2011; India shared the venue with Pakistan and Bangladesh respectively.
So India would host the 13th edition of the ICC Cricket World Cup in 2023.
India was the first country which has won the ICC Cricket world cup in 2011 as a host nation and Australia has repeated this record in 2015 Cricket World Cup.
Schedule of ICC World Cup 2023
ICC World Cup 2023 would be played in India since 9 February 20123 to 26 March 2023. The tournament would be played in Round-Robin format. Venue for the final match is not decided yet.
Total teams in the ICC World Cup 2023
Top 8 ICC ranking holding teams including host India will qualify automatically for this tournament and rest of the 2 teams will be selected in 2022 ICC Cricket World Cup Super League matches. So in total 10 teams would participate and total 48 matches would be played in the ICC World Cup 2023.
List of stadiums
There are total 13 stadium in India where Cricket World Cup 2023 can be played.
Feroz Shah Kotla
Sardar Patel Stadium
Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium
Green Park Stadium
So this was the important information about the ICC Cricket world cup 2023. I hope that India would like to repeat the sinning story of Cricket World Cup 2011.
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