Cricket World Cup winner: List from 1975 to 2022

Updated Wed, 11 May 2022 05:40 PM IST

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Cricket World Cup winner: List from 1975 to 2022


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Cricket World Cup winner: History

 
In 1975 the first Cricket World Cup was claimed in England as a series of one-day 60 overs per team. Held outside England, in India, and Pakistan, for the first time in 1987. The 1987 competition also saw the number of overs per team drop to 50. In 2007 Australia became the first team to win three consecutive World Cups. And at present, so far Australia has won the World Cup 5 times in total, this is the record of winning the World Cup title for the most number of times by a team in the Cricket World Cup.

Below is the list of the winners of the cricket world cup  ( One -Day )......
Year Winner Runner up Host Stadium
1975 West Indies Australia England Lords Cricket Ground, London
1979 West Indies England England Lords Cricket Ground, London
1983 India West Indies England Lords Cricket Ground, London
1987 Australia England India & Pakistan Eden Garden, India
1982 Pakistan England Australia & New Zealand Melbourne Cricket Ground Melbourne
1996 Sri Lanka Australia India ,Pakistan& Sri Lanka Gaddafi Stadium
1999 Australia Pakistan England Lords Cricket Ground, London
2003 Australia India Australia Wanderers, Johannesburg
2007 Australia Sri Lanka West Indies Kensington Oval, Bridge town
2011 India Sri Lanka India Wankhede stadium,Mumbai
2015 Australia New Zea Land Australia Melbourne Cricket ground
2019 England New Zea Land England Lords Cricket Ground, London
2023 ---------   India  

 

Cricket World Cup winner: Present time winner

 
 The event is organized by the sport’s governing body, the International Cricket Council (ICC), every four years, with qualifying rounds leading up to a final tournament. The current format includes a qualifying round, which takes place over the previous three years, to determine which teams qualify for the tournament phase. In the Tournament Stage, 10 teams, including the automatically qualifying host country, compete for the title in venues in the host country for approximately one month. During the 2027 edition, the format will change to accommodate a final competition extended to 14 teams.
A total of twenty teams have participated in the eleven editions of the tournament, with ten teams competing in the recent 2019 tournament. England is the defending champions after winning the 2019 World Cup. The next tournament will be held in India in 2023 and the next The 2027 World Cup will be held jointly in South Africa, Zimbabwe, and Namibia.

 

 Cricket World Cup winner: About the trophy

 
The ICC Cricket World Cup trophy is awarded to the winners of the World Cup. The current trophy was created for the 1999 tournament and was the first permanent award in the tournament’s history. Previously, different trophies were created for each World Cup.[61] The trophy was designed and manufactured in London by a team of Garrard & Co craftsmen over two months.
Today’s trophy is silver and gold plated and features a gold ball supported by three silver pillars. The log-shaped pillars and balls represent the three basic aspects of cricket: batting, bowling, and pitch, while the globe is a cricket ball.[62] The seam is angled to symbolize the earth’s axial tilt. He is 60 cm tall and weighs about 11 kg. The names of previous winners are engraved on the bottom of the trophy, with space for a total of twenty inscriptions. The ICC keeps the original trophy. A copy that differs only in the entries will be awarded to the winning team.

 

 Cricket World Cup winner: Awards given in the tournament

 
At the end of each final round of the ICC Cricket World Cup, several awards are presented to players and teams who have excelled in various aspects of the game.
 
  1. Man of the Tournament
  2. and Man of the Match:
.         Below are the details...........

Man of the tournament
 
  • Man of the tournament - the title of Man of the Tournament was first given in 1992 when it was started….
  • First winner – Martin Crowe ( Newzealand)- performance details-456 runs
  • In (Latest 2019 ) -Kane Williamson (New Zealand) – performance details। 578 runs and 2 wickets
 
Man of the match:
 
 
 Before 1992, there was no man of the Tournament awards, but Man of the Match awards was still given per game. As of the 2019 tournament, the prize has always been awarded to a member of the winning team. The man of the match for the final of the competition was .
 
  • Frist 1975 Clive lowered for 102 runs
  • Latest 2019 Ben stokes for 84 not out and 0/20
 
Batting,Records- 
 
• Most runs India Sachin Tendulkar 2,278 (1992–2011)
• Highest average (min. 10 inns.) [82] South Africa Lance Klusener 124.00 (1999–2003)
• Highest score New Zealand Martin Guptill v West Indies 237* (2015)
• Highest partnership Cricket West Indies Chris Gayle & Marlon Samuels (2nd wicket) v Zimbabwe 372 (2015)
• Most runs in a single world cup India Sachin Tendulkar 673 (2003)
• Most hundreds India Rohit Sharma
• India Sachin Tendulkar 6 (2015–2019)
6 (1992–2011)
• Most hundreds in a single world cup India Rohit Sharma 5 (2019)
 
Balling,Records-
 
• Most wickets Australia Glenn McGrath 71 (1996–2007)
• Lowest average (min. 400 balls bowled) Australia Mitchell Starc 14.81 (2015–2019)
• Best strike rate (min. 20 wickets) India Mohammed Shami 18.6 (2015–2019)
• Best economy rate (min. 1000 balls bowled) Cricket West Indies Andy Roberts 3.24 (1975–1983)
• Best bowling figures Australia Glenn McGrath v Namibia 7/15 (2003)
• Most wickets in a tournament Australia Mitchell Star 27 (2019
 

 Cricket World Cup winner: ICC 20-20 world cup

 
The first-ever T20 Cricket World Cup was held in India and India won the first-ever 20 overs World Cup in 2007. Below is the list of ICC World Cup winners and runners-up in T20. The ICC T20 World Cup was originally planned for 2020 but was postponed to 2021 due to the pandemic situation. Also, due to bio bubble restrictions and COVID protocols, the tournament was held in the United Arab Emirates instead of India.
 

Cricket World Cup winner: T-20 Winner list


Below is a list of T-20 winners (men).......
 
year Winner Runner up Host
2007 India Pakistan South Africa
2009 Pakistan Sri Lanka England
2010 England Sri Lanka Sri Lanka
2012 West Indis Sri Lanka Sri Lanka
2014 Sri Lanka India Bangladesh
2016 West Indies England India
2020 --------- --------- Australia
2021 Australia New Zealand India
2022 --------- ------------ Australia

 

 
Cricket World Cup winner: Women’s ICC WORLD CUP WINNERS ( One Day )-

 
Year Winner Runner up Host Venue
1973 England Australia England Edgbaston
1978 Australia England India Lal Bahadur Shastri Stadium, Hyderabad
1982 Australia England New Zealand Lancaster Park, Chritchurch1988
1988 Australia England Australia Melbourne
1993 England New Zealand England London
1997 Australia New Zealand India Eden Garden
2000 New Zealand Australia New Zealand Bert Sutcliffe, Oval, Sydney
2005 Australia India South Africa Supersport park
2009 England India Australia North Sydney, Oval
2013 Australia  West Indies India Brabourne stadium ,mumbai
2017 England India England Lord's stadium, London
2022 -------- ------ New Zealand -------


 
ICC women’s  T- 20 world cup winner -
 
Year Winner Runner up Host Venue
2009 England New Zealand England North Sydney, Oval
2010 Australia New Zealand West Indies Warner Park Sporting Complex, Saint Kitts
2012 Australia England Sri Lanka R. Premadasa Stadium,India
2014 Australia England Bangladesh Sher-E-Bangla Stadium, Dhaka
2016 West Indies Australia India Eden Garden, India
2018 Australia England West Indies Sir Vivian Richards Stadium
2020 Australia India Australia Melbourne stadium
2022 ------ ------ South Africa  --------

 

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Q 1.How many World Cup India won?

Answer-the India have won three ICC World Cups so far. They are two-time Cricket World Cup winners, doing so in 1983 and 2011. India also won the inaugural edition of the 2007 World T20.

Q2. Who will host the 2023 Cricket World Cup?

Answer- The 2023 ICC Men's Cricket World Cup will be the 13th edition of the men's Cricket World Cup, scheduled to be hosted by India during October and November 2023. This will be the first time the competition is held entirely in India. Three previous editions were partially hosted there – 1987, 1996, and 2011.

Q3-. Who is the father of cricket?

Answer-William Gilbert Grace MRCS LRCP (18 July 1848 – 23 October 1915) was an English amateur cricketer who was important in the development of the sport and is widely considered one of its greatest players.

Q4. Where is the headquarter of the ICC?

Answer-Dubai ,United  Arab Amirates

Q5. Who is No 1 cricket team in the world?

Anwer-Australia

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