ICC T20 World Cup 2021

ICC T20 world cup 2021, host India. The tournament will be held on November 14, 2021. 16 teams will participate in this tournament. The Super 8 teams have already got a chance to play in the main stage according to the rankings. The other four teams, playing in the qualifiers in the United Arab Emirates, will participate in the Super 12 of the 2021 ICC World T20 Cup. India’s 14 most spectacular cricket stadiums are scheduled to host all the matches of the main phase of the tournament.

ICC T20 world cup 2021 trophy: 

BCCI President (Sourav Ganguly) and (Joy Shah) Secretary of the Board of Control for Cricket in India unveiled the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2021 trophy in the United Arab Emirates.

ICC T20 World Cup-winning all team:

  • India:

                   Winner 2007 ICC T20 world cup

India is the first champion team of the ICC 20 World Cup. MS Dhoni represents India in this tournament. The first final match of the ICC T20 World Cup was held in 2007 in Johannesburg, South Africa. Their cricket faces arch-rivals India and Pakistan. India defeated Pakistan by 5 wickets to become the first 20 champions. Yuvraj Singh became the champion of India and the best player in the tournament with his unprecedented performance in that tournament.

  • Pakistan:

                          Winner 2009 ICC T20 world cup

The 2nd edition of the ICC World Cup T20 took place in England in 2009. There, for the second time, Pakistan reached the final of the T20 World Cup. Younus Khan captained Pakistan in that event. The final match of the 2009 T20 World Cup in London, England. Pakistan and Sri Lanka, the two superpowers of Asia, face each other in the final. In the final, Pakistan defeated Sri Lanka by 8 wickets to win their first T20 World Cup title. Shahid Khan Afridi is the best player in the final match. Tillakaratne Dilshan won the title of the best of the tournament.

  • England:

                 Winner 2010 ICC T20 world cup

West Indies in the 3rd edition of ICC 20 World Cup. Guyana, Barbados, and Saint Lucia all host World Cup matches. Australia and England face off in Bridgetown, Barbados. England beat Australia by 7 wickets England do not win the third edition of the T20 World Cup at home. Paul Collingwood was the captain of the England cricket team in the 2010 T20 World Cup. The man of the match in the final is Craig Kieswetter. The best of the tournament is Kevin Pietersen.

  • West Indies:

                Winner 2012 ICC T20 world cup

The fourth edition of the ICC World Cup was held in Sri Lanka in 2012. Hosts Sri Lanka and T20 boss West Indies face off in the 2012 World Cup final. The final was a low-scoring match and the West Indies beat Sri Lanka by 36 runs. Darren Sammy was the captain of the West Indies in this World Cup. The player of the match is Marlon Samuels. Shane Watson was named the 2012 World Cup Player of the Tournament. The fourth edition of the ICC World Cup was held in Sri Lanka in 2012. Hosts Sri Lanka and T20 boss West Indies face off in the 2012 World Cup final. The final was a low-scoring match and the West Indies beat Sri Lanka by 36 runs. Darren Sammy was the captain of the West Indies in this World Cup. The player of the match is Marlon Samuels. Shane Watson was named the 2012 World Cup Player of the Tournament. 

  • Srilanka

                 Winner 2014 ICC T20 world cup

The 5th edition of the ICC 20 World Cup is taking place in Bangladesh. The final match was played at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka. In this event, Sri Lanka reached the final for the third time and India reached the final for the second time. Sri Lanka is the champion for the first time in 5 editions of the ICC 20 World Cup. In the final match, Sri Lanka defeated India by 6 wickets to win the title for the first time. Sri Lanka won the first ICC T20 World Cup with Lasith Malinga. Kumar Sangakkara is the final player of the match. The 2014 ICC 20 World Cup Player of the Tournament is Virat Kohli.

  • West Indies:

                Winner 2016 ICC T20 world cup

After all, the current champion is the West Indies. The West Indies are the most successful team in ICC 20 World Cup cricket. Darren Sammy, the successful captain of the T20 World Cup. Darren Sammy is the only captain to have won the ICC World T20 Cup twice. In 2016, India hosted the 6th edition of ICC World Cup Cricket. The one-time World Cup-winning England and the one-time World Cup-winning West Indies face off in the final in Kolkata. There is a lot of competition in the Champion vs. Champion match. In the last over of that match, Ben Stokes hit 4 sixes with two balls in hand to give the West Indies the victory over Carlos Brathwaite. In that match, the man of the match was Marlon Samuels for the second time. And for the second time, Virat Kohli was named the best player of the ICC World Cup. 

8 teams participating in the qualifying round:

  • Group A:
  • Group B:

Group of all teams playing in Super 12:

  • Group 1

The stadium will host the 2021 ICC T20 World Cup:

                       Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow

Original name: Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Ekana Cricket Stadium,

Selected: ICC T20 World Cup 2021.

Location: India, Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow.

Ownership: Ekana Sportz city.

Capacity: 50,000 people.

First Matches: India vs West Indies, T20 matches. 6th November 2018. 

                       VCA Stadium, Nagpur

Original name: Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium.

Selected: ICC T20 World Cup 2021.

Location: India, Maharashtra, Nagpur

Ownership: Vidarbha Cricket Association 

Capacity: 45,000 people.

First Matches: India vs Australia, Test matches. 6th-10th November 2008. 

                                 Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium. 

Original name: Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium.

Selected: ICC T20 World Cup 2021.

Location: India, Deccan, Hyderabad

Capacity: 55,000 people.

First Matches: India vs South Africa, ODI matches. 16th November 2005. 

  • Dharmashala

                            HPCA cricket stadium

Original name: Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium.

Selected: ICC T20 World Cup 2021.

Location: India, Himachal Pradesh, Dharmashala Kangra

Ownership: Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association

Capacity: 25,000 people.

First Matches: India vs England, ODI matches. 27th January 2013.

                Green Park, Kanpur

Original name: Green Park Cricket Stadium.

Selected: ICC T20 World Cup 2021.

Location: India, Uttar Pradesh, Kanpur.

Ownership: government of Uttar Pradesh.

Capacity: 32,000 people.

First Matches: India vs England, Test matches. 12th-14th January 1952.

                             Barsapara Cricket Stadium

Original name: Barsapara Cricket Stadium.

Selected: ICC T20 World Cup 2021.

Location: India, Assam 781018, Guwahati, Barsapara. 

Ownership: Asam Cricket Association. 

Capacity: 40,000 people.

First Matches: India vs Australia, ODI matches. 10th  October 2017.

  • Rajkot

             Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium

Original name: Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium.

Selected: ICC T20 World Cup 2021.

Location: India, Rajkot, Khandheri.

Capacity: 28,000 people.

First Matches: India vs England, ODI matches. 11th January 2013.

                                     Wankhede Stadium  

Original name: Wankhede Stadium   

Selected: ICC T20 World Cup 2021.

Location: India, Mumbai

Capacity: 33,108 people.

First Matches: India vs West Indies, Test matches. 23th-29th  January 1975.

                    Arun Jaitley Stadium

Original name: Arun Jaitley Stadium

Selected: ICC T20 World Cup 2021.

Former Name: Feroz Shah Kotla Ground

Location: India, Delhi.

Capacity: 41,208 people.

First Matches: India vs West Indies, Test matches 10–14 November 1948.

                     Eden Gardens

Original name: Eden Gardens

Selected: ICC T20 World Cup 2021.

Location: India, West Bengal, Kolkata.

Capacity: 80,000 people.

Owner: Indian Army.

First Matches: India vs England, Test matches 5–8 January 1934.

           M.Chinnaswamy Stadium

Original name: M.Chinnaswamy Stadium

Selected: ICC T20 World Cup 2021.

Location: Bangalore, India. 

Capacity: 38,000 people.

First Matches: India vs West Indies, Test matches  Nov 22-27, 1974.

                   M. A. Chidambaram Stadium

Original name: M. A. Chidambaram Stadium

Selected: ICC T20 World Cup 2021.

Location: India, Tamil Nadu, Chennai.

Capacity: 54,000 people.

First Matches: India vs England, Test matches  10–13 February 1934. 

                  IS Bindra Stadium

Original name: Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium

Selected: ICC T20 World Cup 2021.

Location: India, Punjab, Mohali.

Capacity: 54,000 people.

First Matches: India vs West Indies, ODI matches 22 November 1993. 

                                                  Motera Stadium

Original name: Sardar Patel Stadium

Selected: ICC T20 World Cup 2021.

Location: India, Gujrat, Ahmedabad, Motera.

Capacity:1,10,000 people.

First Matches: India vs West Indies, Test matches 12–16 November 1983. 

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