ICC World Cup 2023 Schedule, Match Fixtures, Teams & Venue: India will host the One Day World Cup 2023 and the final match of this ICC event can be organized at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 will be the 13th edition of this tournament and India will host it for the fourth time. According to the news, Narendra Modi Stadium is number one on the list of hosting the final match of this tournament. The Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad is the largest cricket stadium in the world and has a seating capacity of one lakh spectators.
In this ICC event, 10 teams will play against each other in the round-robin stage. A win fetches two points for each team while a no-result match fetches one particular for both teams. At the end of the round-robin stage, four teams will qualify for the semi-finals while one team will be the winner. Today on this page we will help you in knowing about ICC World Cup 2023 – Schedule, Match Fixtures, Venue, Teams, and Host so check this page.
ICC World Cup 2023
The Cricket World Cup managed by International Cricket Council is the biggest cricket tournament in the world which is a fifty-over game and is played every four years. BCCI has started preparing to make this World Cup a successful event in India. Australia is the most successful team in the World Cup by becoming five times winner.
Defending champions England who also won the T20 World Cup 2022 is the strongest claimant to win the ICC Men’s World Cup 2023. Host India has the advantage of playing matches on home ground. It is not that the ODI World Cup was organized for the first time in India, before that India had hosted the World Cup in the year 1987, and 1996, and the last time in the year 2011. And this time the World Cup 2023 is going to be held entirely in India.
ICC Men’s World Cup 2023 Details
|Authority||International Cricket Council|
|Cricket Format||One Day International|
|Selection Procedure||Round-Robin and Knockout|
|Opening Match||(England vs New Zealand) Finished|
|Semi Final 1||Updating Soon|
|Semi Final 2||Finished|
|Final Match||Updating Soon|
|Total Matches played||48|
ICC World Cup 2023 Schedule, Match Fixtures
The date of the first match of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 has not been fixed yet but it is sure that the Cricket World Cup 2023 will start on 5th October 2023. ICC World Cup 2023 will be the same as it happened from 1992 to 2019. Like always ten teams will be part of the match, at the end, four teams will go to the semi-finals and later two will play in the finals.
The top eight teams, including the Indian team, will automatically qualify while the other two teams will qualify for the ICC Cricket World Cup Super League Match. This time in the World Cup 2023, the entire matches will be held in India, for which all those cricket grounds have been booked where cricket fans will watch the World Cup.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 Qualified Teams
India, Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, England, Pakistan, West Indies, and New Zealand have qualified and progressed to the 2023 World Cup. The remaining teams Sri Lanka, Ireland, South Africa, Zimbabwe, and the Netherlands qualify for the 2023 Cricket World Cup Qualifier from which 2 teams will reach the 2023 World Cup.
- New Zealand
ICC World Cup 2023 Stadium Names, Venue Details
There are 13 stadiums in India where the Cricket World Cup 2023 will be organized and below is the ICC World Cup 2023 Stadium Names, Venue Details
|MA Chidambaram Stadium||50000||Chennai|
|Narendra Modi Stadium||132000||Ahmedabad|
|Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium||45000||Nagpur|
|Arun Jaitley Stadium||41842||Delhi|
|M. Chinnaswamy Stadium||40000||Bangalore|
|Punjab Cricket Association Stadium||27000||Mohali|
India will host ICC Cricket World Cup 2023
India has got the hosting of ICC Cricket World Cup 2023, before that three World Cups were held in the country. in 1987, 1996, and 2011. But, this will be the first time we will host the World Cup alone. Earlier events were hosted by India along with neighboring countries like Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh. This will probably be the last World Cup for the strongest pillars of the Indian team, Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma.
During the World Cup, Virat will be 35 and Rohit will be 36, which means by the next World Cup, both players will reach the age of 40. Most of the players retire by this age. And the Indian team can give the same memorable farewell to these two legends, as master blaster Sachin Tendulkar got in the year 2011 World Cup.