ICC World Cup 2023 Schedule
Introduction: ICC World Cup has a rich history that dates back to its inaugural edition in 1975. Over the years, the tournament has evolved into a global phenomenon, captivating millions of fans with its unforgettable moments, epic encounters, and displays of exceptional talent.
The ICC World Cup is the pinnacle of international cricket, where teams from around the world compete for the prestigious title of world champion.
Organized by the International Cricket Council (ICC), the tournament is held once every four years, bringing together cricketing nations to showcase their skills, sportsmanship, and passion for the game. The ICC World Cup is not only a celebration of cricket but also a platform for fostering global camaraderie and uniting fans from diverse backgrounds.
Who Will Host The 2023 Cricket World Cup?
India Will Host The 2023 ICC Cricket World Cup.
ICC World Cup 2023 Opening Ceremony Details
The opening ceremony of the ICC World Cup 2023 is a grand spectacle that sets the stage for the thrilling cricketing extravaganza to follow. It is an event where music, dance, and cultural performances come together to celebrate the spirit of cricket and showcase the vibrant culture of the host country.
Date: October 5, 2023
Venue: (Soon Will be an official Update)
|5 Oct 2023||Opening Ceremony||Mumbai, India|
|6 Oct 2023||India vs New Zealand||Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai|
|7 Oct 2023||Australia vs South Africa||M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru|
|8 Oct 2023||England vs Pakistan||Eden Gardens, Kolkata|
|14 Nov 2023||Semi-final 1||Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad|
|15 Nov 2023||Semi-final 2||Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai|
|19 Nov 2023||Final||Eden Gardens, Kolkata|
Theme: The opening ceremony of the ICC World Cup 2023 will be centered around a captivating theme that represents the essence of the tournament. The theme will celebrate the rich cricketing heritage, cultural diversity, and the spirit of sportsmanship.
Performances: The opening ceremony will feature mesmerizing performances by renowned artists, dancers, and musicians. These performances will showcase the vibrant colors, music, and dance forms that reflect the cultural tapestry of the host nation.
Special Guests: The opening ceremony will be graced by dignitaries, cricketing legends, and celebrities from around the world. These special guests will add glamour and excitement to the event, further enhancing the sense of the occasion.
|Opening||(5 Oct 2023)|
|Musical Extravaganza||(Update Soon)|
|Cricketing Legends Tribute||(Special Guest Cricketing Legends, Celebrities Around the World)|
Complete Schedule of ICC World Cup 2023
|5 Oct||Opening Ceremony||Mumbai|
|6 Oct||India vs New Zealand||Ahmedabad|
|7 Oct||Pakistan vs Australia||Delhi|
|8 Oct||South Africa vs Sri Lanka||Jaipur|
|9 Oct||England vs West Indies||Chennai|
|10 Oct||Bangladesh vs Afghanistan||Kolkata|
|11 Oct||Australia vs New Zealand||Mumbai|
|12 Oct||India vs Pakistan||Delhi|
|13 Oct||Sri Lanka vs West Indies||Chennai|
|14 Oct||South Africa vs Bangladesh||Jaipur|
|15 Oct||England vs Afghanistan||Ahmedabad|
|16 Oct||India vs Australia||Mumbai|
|17 Oct||Pakistan vs Sri Lanka||Kolkata|
|18 Oct||Bangladesh vs West Indies||Delhi|
|19 Oct||South Africa vs England||Chennai|
|20 Oct||New Zealand vs Afghanistan||Jaipur|
|21 Oct||India vs Sri Lanka||Mumbai|
|22 Oct||Australia vs Pakistan||Delhi|
|23 Oct||West Indies vs Afghanistan||Kolkata|
|24 Oct||England vs Bangladesh||Ahmedabad|
|25 Oct||New Zealand vs South Africa||Chennai|
|26 Oct||India vs West Indies||Mumbai|
|27 Oct||Pakistan vs Afghanistan||Delhi|
|28 Oct||Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh||Kolkata|
|29 Oct||Australia vs South Africa||Jaipur|
|30 Oct||England vs New Zealand||Chennai|
|31 Oct||India vs Afghanistan||Delhi|
|1 Nov||Pakistan vs West Indies||Mumbai|
|2 Nov||Sri Lanka vs South Africa||Kolkata|
|3 Nov||Australia vs Bangladesh||Ahmedabad|
|4 Nov||England vs Afghanistan||Jaipur|
|5 Nov||India vs South Africa||Mumbai|
|6 Nov||New Zealand vs West Indies||Delhi|
|7 Nov||Pakistan vs Bangladesh||Chennai|
|8 Nov||Sri Lanka vs Afghanistan||Jaipur|
|9 Nov||Australia vs England||Ahmedabad|
|10 Nov||New Zealand vs Bangladesh||Kolkata|
|11 Nov||India vs Sri Lanka||Mumbai|
|12 Nov||West Indies vs Afghanistan||Delhi|
|13 Nov||Pakistan vs South Africa||Chennai|
|14 Nov||England vs Australia||Jaipur|
|15 Nov||Bangladesh vs Afghanistan||Kolkata|
|16 Nov||India vs New Zealand (Semifinal 1)||Mumbai|
|17 Nov||Australia vs Pakistan (Semifinal 2)||Delhi|
Download PDF World Cup 2023 Schedule
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Participating Teams in ICC World Cup 2023
|New Zealand||Kane Williamson|
|South Africa||Temba Bavuma|
|Sri Lanka||Dimuth Karunaratne|
|West Indies||Kieron Pollard|
New Teams In the 2023 ICC Cricket World Cup
In the 2023 ICC Cricket World Cup, two new teams, (Ireland). And the (Netherlands), have qualified to participate based on their impressive performances. They will join the existing teams to compete in the tournament.
This expansion provides an opportunity for these emerging cricketing nations to showcase. Their talent on the global stage and make their mark in international cricket. The inclusion of these new teams adds excitement and diversity to the tournament, making it more competitive and engaging for fans worldwide.
Stadiums and Cities for ICC World Cup 2023
Here are the stadiums and cities that will host matches for the ICC World Cup 2023:
|Delhi||Arun Jaitley Stadium|
|Chennai||M.A. Chidambaram Stadium|
|Bengaluru||M. Chinnaswamy Stadium|
|Hyderabad||Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium|
|Ahmedabad||Sardar Patel Stadium|
|Jaipur||Sawai Mansingh Stadium|
|Lucknow||Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium|
|Mohali||Punjab Cricket Association Stadium|
|Pune||Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium|
Match Timetable for ICC World Cup 2023
Here is the match timetable for the ICC World Cup 2023 with the match timings:
|Match||Date||Match Timing (IST)|
|Match 1||5th October||10:30 AM|
|Match 2||6th October||10:30 AM|
|Match 3||7th October||2:00 PM|
|Match 4||8th October||10:30 AM|
|Match 5||9th October||10:30 AM|
|Match 6||10th October||2:00 PM|
|Match 7||11th October||10:30 AM|
|Match 8||12th October||10:30 AM|
|Match 9||13th October||2:00 PM|
|Match 10||14th October||10:30 AM|
|Match 11||15th October||10:30 AM|
|Match 12||16th October||2:00 PM|
|Match 13||17th October||10:30 AM|
|Match 14||18th October||10:30 AM|
|Match 15||19th October||2:00 PM|
|Match 16||20th October||10:30 AM|
|Match 17||21st October||10:30 AM|
|Match 18||22nd October||2:00 PM|
|Match 19||23rd October||10:30 AM|
|Match 20||24th October||10:30 AM|
|Match 21||25th October||2:00 PM|
|Match 22||26th October||10:30 AM|
|Match 23||27th October||10:30 AM|
|Match 24||28th October||2:00 PM|
|Match 25||29th October||10:30 AM|
|Match 26||30th October||10:30 AM|
|Match 27||31st October||2:00 PM|
|Match 28||1st November||10:30 AM|
|Match 29||2nd November||10:30 AM|
|Match 30||3rd November||2:00 PM|
|Match 31||4th November||10:30 AM|
|Match 32||5th November||10:30 AM|
|Match 33||6th November||2:00 PM|
|Match 34||7th November||10:30 AM|
|Match 35||8th November||10:30 AM|
|Match 36||9th November||02:00 PM|
|Match 37||10th November||10:30 AM|
|Match 38||11th November||10:30 AM|
|Match 39||12th November||02:00 PM|
|Match 40||13th November||10:30 AM|
|Match 41||14th November||02:00 PM|
|Match 42||15th November||10:30 AM|
|Match 43||16th November||10:30 AM|
|Match 44||17th November||02:00 PM|
|Match 45||18th November||10:30 AM|
|Match 46||19th November||10:30 AM|
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Which Teams Will Play in The ICC World Cup 2023?
There are 8 Teams that Will Play World Cup 2023 (England, Bangladesh, Afghanistan. New Zealand, Pakistan, West Indies, India (Host Country), and Australia. 2 More Teams Will Be Qualified for the 2023 ICC Cricket World Cup.
Unforgettable Records of the ICC World Cup
|Highest individual score in a World Cup||Martin Guptill (New Zealand)||2015|
|Most runs in a single World Cup||Sachin Tendulkar (India)||2003|
|Most centuries in World Cup history||Sachin Tendulkar (India)||N/A|
|Most wickets in World Cup history||Glenn McGrath (Australia)||N/A|
|Best bowling figures in a World Cup match||Glenn McGrath (Australia)||2003|
|Most sixes in a single World Cup||Eoin Morgan (England)||2019|
|Highest team total in a World Cup||England||2019|
|Lowest team total in a World Cup||Canada||2003|
|Most consecutive wins in World Cup||Australia||2003-2007|
|Most successful World Cup team||Australia||N/A|
Note: These records highlight some of the outstanding performances and achievements in the history of the ICC World Cup.
Current Player Rankings for ICC World Cup 2023
Here are the player rankings for the ICC World Cup 2019:
|2||Shakib Al Hasan||Bangladesh||762|
|4||Kane Williamson||New Zealand||754|
|2||Trent Boult||New Zealand||740|
|5||Kagiso Rabada||South Africa||665|
Note: These rankings are based on the performances of the players during the ICC World Cup 2019. And provide an indication of their form and impact in the tournament.
History of ICC World Cup: Previous Winners and Records
Here is a table showcasing the previous winners of the ICC World Cup along with some notable records:
|Year||Host||Winner||Runner-up||Final Venue||Most Runs||Most Wickets|
|1975||England||West Indies||Australia||Lord’s, London||Glenn Turner (333 runs)||Gary Gilmour (11 wickets)|
|1979||England||West Indies||England||Lord’s, London||Viv Richards (138 runs)||Mike Hendrick (10 wickets)|
|1983||England||India||West Indies||Lord’s, London||Mohinder Amarnath (26 runs)||Roger Binny (18 wickets)|
|1987||India/Pakistan||Australia||England||Eden Gardens, Kolkata||Graham Gooch (471 runs)||Craig McDermott (18 wickets)|
|1992||Australia/New Zealand||Pakistan||England||Melbourne Cricket Ground||Martin Crowe (456 runs)||Wasim Akram (18 wickets)|
|1996||India/Pakistan/Sri Lanka||Sri Lanka||Australia||Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore||Sachin Tendulkar (523 runs)||Anil Kumble (15 wickets)|
|1999||England||Australia||Pakistan||Lord’s, London||Sachin Tendulkar (673 runs)||Geoff Allott (20 wickets)|
|2003||South Africa||Australia||India||Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg||Sachin Tendulkar (673 runs)||Chaminda Vaas (23 wickets)|
|2007||West Indies||Australia||Sri Lanka||Kensington Oval, Bridgetown||Matthew Hayden (659 runs)||Glenn McGrath (26 wickets)|
|2011||India/Sri Lanka/Bangladesh||India||Sri Lanka||Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai||Tillakaratne Dilshan (500 runs)||Zaheer Khan (21 wickets)|
|2015||Australia/New Zealand||Australia||New Zealand||Melbourne Cricket Ground||Martin Guptill (547 runs)||Mitchell Starc (22 wickets)|
|2019||England/Wales||England||New Zealand||Lord’s, London (Tie)||Rohit Sharma (648 runs)||Mitchell Starc (27 wickets)|
Note: These are some of the key highlights from the history of the ICC World Cup. Showcasing the winners, runners-up, final venues, highest run-scorers, and leading wicket-takers of each edition.
Frequently Asked Questions
A: The ICC World Cup 2023 is scheduled to start on 5th October and will conclude on 19th November. It will feature a total of 48 matches.
A: The ICC World Cup 2023 will feature the top ten cricketing nations from around the world. These teams include England, Australia, India, New Zealand, South Africa, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, West Indies, and Afghanistan.
A total of 48 Matches will be played During World Cup 2023. This also includes Two Semi-Finals & 1 Final.
A: The ICC World Cup 2023 will be jointly hosted by India, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka. The matches will be played across various cities and stadiums in these countries.
A: Yes, the ICC World Cup 2023 will feature both day matches and day-night matches. The schedule will include a mix of day and day-night fixtures to accommodate different time zones and provide an optimal viewing experience for fans.