ICC World Cup Schedule 2023: The International Cricket Council has announced the schedule of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 to be held this year. It has been announced that 10 teams will participate in this year’s series. The opening match of the ICC World Cup 2023 will be held on 5 October 2023 and the final will be held on 19 November 2023. Fans can check the match schedule of their favorite teams from the official website of ICC World Cup 2023. The matches will be played as One Day Internationals and this year will be the 13th edition for which the ICC World Cup 2023 schedule will be announced soon.
The series is held every four years at different venues and this year India is hosting the ICC World Cup 2023. This year ICC World Cup 2023 is the defending champion as they won the previous edition in 2019. Sports fans keep watching the official website for all the updates on ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 Match Fixtures.
ICC World Cup Schedule 2023
This year the ICC World Cup Schedule 2023 has been announced by the ICC and all the fans of the series should be able to check the match date of their favorite teams. ICC World Cup 2023 will be held later this year as the starting dates have been changed due to COVID-19. Every Indian fan is very excited for the start of the World Cup series as this is the first time that the series will be completely held in India. ICC World Cup 2023 started in 1975 and was held in England. A total of 10 teams will participate in the series this year and they include England, India, Afghanistan, New Zealand, Australia, Bangladesh, Pakistan and West Indies.
A total of 48 matches will be played including semi-finals and final matches. Before this all the teams participate in qualifier matches to earn points. The teams with the most points will advance in the tournament to compete for the ICC World Cup 2023 trophy. You can check the below article for ICC World Cup 2023, points table and groups.
ICC World Cup 2023 Fixtures : Overview
The ICC World Cup 2023 will start in October 2023 and all the matches will be held at various venues in India. The table below gives you an overview of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023.
|Name||ICC World Cup 2023|
|Conducted By||International Cricket Council|
|ICC World Cup Start Date 2023||5 October 2023|
|ICC World Cup Final 2023||19 November 2023|
|Format||Round Robin and Knockout|
ICC World Cup Points Table 2023
ICC World Cup Points Table 2023 updated as per team list as on 25 March 2023. Teams who manage to score 10 points will qualify for the ICC Men’s World Cup 2023 directly. Current scores of all teams are given in the table below.
ICC World Cup Schedule 2023
|New Zealand- Zimbabwe||5 October 2023||India|
|Australia- Afghanistan||6 October 2023||India|
|Ireland- Sri Lanka||7 October 2023||India|
|Zimbabwe- India||8 October 2023||India|
|Afghanistan- Netherlands||9 October 2023||India|
|Bangladesh- West Indies||10 October 2023||India|
|South Africa- Pakistan||11 October 2023||India|
|Ireland- New Zealand||12 October 2023||India|
|India- West Indies||13 October 2023||India|
|Australia- Netherlands||14 October 2023||India|
|Bangladesh- Sri Lanka||15 October 2023||India|
|Afghanistan- South Africa||16 October 2023||India|
|India- Australia||17 October 2023||India|
|Netherlands- Ireland||18 October 2023||India|
|Pakistan- Ireland||19 October 2023||India|
|South Africa- Bangladesh||20 October 2023||India|
|India- Pakistan||21 October 2023||India|
|Bangladesh- Australia||22 October 2023||India|
|West Indies-Zimbabwe||23 October 2023||India|
|Netherland- England||24 October 2023||India|
|New Zealand- Australia||25 October 2023||India|
|Ireland- Pakistan||26 October 2023||India|
|Afghanistan- Netherland||27 October 2023||India|
|Zimbabwe- Pakistan||28 October 2023||India|
|England- Australia||29 October 2023||India|
|Sri Lanka- South Africa||30 October 2023||India|
|West Indies- Australia||31 October 2023||India|
|India- Ireland||1 November 2023||India|
|England- Bangladesh||5 November 2023||India|
|Afghanistan- Netherland||7 November 2023||India|
|Pakistan – West Indies||13 November 2023||India|
|Semi Final 1||16 November||India|
|Semi Final 2||17 November 2023||India|
|Final||19 November 2023||India|
ICC World Cup Time Table 2023 has been released by ICC and all those who are interested to know the match date can check it in the below table. Please check IPL Schedule 2023 and IPL Ticket Booking before going to World Cup Schedule
How To Watch ICC World Cup 2023 Live
ICC World Cup 2023 will be telecast live on your television on Disney+ Hotstar and Star Sports channels. If you want to watch the live streaming of ICC World Cup 2203, you need to subscribe to Disney+ Hotstar. You can follow below listed steps to watch live streaming of ICC World Cup 2023 matches.
First, you need to download Disney+ Hotstar app from Google Play Store or App Store or open the website on your device.
Then you need to login to the app or website using your mobile number and your password.
You need to purchase an app subscription before proceeding further.
After subscribing to the app, open the homepage and then go to the Live Streams tab.
Scroll down to see ICC World Cup 2023 Matches link in this tab.
Click on the ongoing match and it will start playing.
ICC World Cup Team List 2023
- New Zealand
- West Indies
- South Africa
- Sri Lanka
ICC World Cup Venue 2023
|MA Chidambaram Stadium||50000|
|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|
Frequantly Asked Quations about ICC World Cup Schedule 2023
When will ICC World Cup 2023 start?
ICC World Cup 2023 will start on 5th October 2023 and the final match will be held on 19th November 2023.
Where can I watch ICC World Cup 2023 live in India?
You can watch the ICC World Cup 2023 live on your television on Disney+ Hotstar and Star Sports channels.
Which teams are participating in ICC World Cup 2023?
A total of 10 teams will participate in this year’s series and they include England, India, Afghanistan, New Zealand, Australia, Bangladesh, Pakistan and West Indies.