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ICC Cricket World Cup Winners and Runners Up History List

The ICC Cricket World Cup is an international cricket rivalry set up in 1975.It is challenged by the men’s national teams of the individuals from the International Cricket Council (ICC), the game’s worldwide administering body.The competition by and large happens at regular intervals. Most as of late, the 2015 Cricket World Cup, mutually facilitated by Australia and New Zealand, was won by Australia, who beat their co-has New Zealand. The present trophy was organised in 1999. It generally stays with the ICC, and an imitation is granted to the triumphant team.

ICC Cricket World Cup Winners List

Year Host Nation(s) Final Venue Winner Runners-up
1975
England
Lord’s Cricket Ground, London
West Indies
Australia
1979
England
Lord’s Cricket Ground, London
West Indies
England
1983
England
Lord’s Cricket Ground, London
India
West Indies
1987
India & Pakistan
Eden Gardens, Kolkata
Australia
England
1992
Australia & New Zealand
Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
Pakistan
England
1996
India, Pakistan & Sri Lanka
Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore
Sri Lanka
Australia
1999
England
Lord’s Cricket Ground, London
Australia
Pakistan
2003
South Africa, Kenya & Zimbabwe
Wanderers, Johannesburg
Australia
India
2007
West Indies
Kensington Oval, Bridgetown
Australia
Sri Lanka
2011
Bangladesh, India & Sri Lanka
Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
India
Sri Lanka
2015
Australia & New Zealand
Melbourne Cricket Ground
Australia
New Zealand
2019
England

Countries with Number of Titles and Year

Australia Cricket Team is the most successful team in ICC Cricket world cup tournament as they become world champions five times in 1987, 1999, 2003, 2007 and 2015. India and West Indies have won world cups 2 times each. West Indies won first two cricket world cups 1975 and 1979.
Country Number of Titles Year
Australia
5
1987, 1999, 2003, 2007, 2015
India
2
1983, 2011
West Indies
2
1975, 1979
Sri Lanka
1
1996
Pakistan
1
1992

ICC T-20 World Cup Winner List

Year Host Final venue Winner Runner-up
2007  South Africa Johannesburg  India Pakistan
2009  England London  Pakistan Sri Lanka
2010  West Indies Bridgetown  England  Australia
2012  Sri Lanka Colombo  West Indies  Sri Lanka
2014  Bangladesh Dhaka  Sri Lanka India
2016  India Kolkata  West Indies  England
2020  Australia

Countries with Test status naturally meet all requirements for the World Cup, while partner and subsidiary ICC individuals must qualify through a capability competition, the World Cup Qualifier. In spite of the fact that a partner part is yet to achieve the last, Kenya reached the semi-finals in 2003. Australia is the best team in the opposition’s history, winning five competitions and completing as sprinter up twice. Twice, teams have won progressive competitions: the West Indies won the initial two releases (1975 and 1979) and Australia won three of every a column (1999, 2003 and 2007). Australia has played in the most finals (seven out of eleven: 1975, 1987, 1996, 1999, 2003, 2007, 2015). Britain is the team to achieve the last and not win the World Cup regularly, finishing as sprinter up in every one of the three last appearances.

Of the twenty teams that have met all requirements for no less than one Cricket World Cup, seven have challenged a competition final.Seven scenes have facilitated the last; just two of those – Lord’s, in London, and the Melbourne Cricket Ground – have facilitated numerous finals. India is the main nation that has facilitated a World Cup last at in excess of one setting, with Eden Gardens, Kolkata, facilitating in 1987 and Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium facilitating in 2011.

 

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