Cricket World Cup Winners from 1973 to 2022: Men’s, Women’s and T20 Winners List

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We have shared below a list of cricket world cup winners from 1973 to 2022 along with details like who won the world cup most number of times, how many cricket world cups haven been played so far, how many times India won the world cup etc. General knowledge is considered a vital part of Government exams syllabus and when we talk about Government exams in India, sports GK plays an important role.

Cricket World Cup Winners from 1973 to 2022: There are 12 men’s cricket world cup tournaments have been played so far out of which Australia is the only team who won the world cup title three consecutive times and 5 in total. India won the world cup two times- the first time is 1983 and the second time in 2011. The last men’s world cup final was played in 2019 between England and New Zealand and England won the match. Check below the list of world Cup Winners from 1973 to 2022 which includes Men’s cricket world cup winners list, women’s cricket world cup winners list, T20 world cup winners list (Men’s and Women’s).

Men’s Cricket World Cup Winners from 1975 to 2022 List

Here is the list of Men’s cricket world cup winners from 1975 to 2022:

Year Host Countries Venue of World Cup Final 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 Australia Wanderers, Johannesburg Australia India
2007 West Indies Kensington Oval, Bridgetown Australia Sri Lanka
2011 India Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai India Sri Lanka
2015 Australia Melbourne Cricket Ground Australia New Zealand
2019 England Lord’s, London England New Zealand

Note: India is going to host Men’s cricket world cup in 2023.

Women’s Cricket World Cup Winners from 1973 to 2022 List

The last Women’s cricket world cup final was played in 2017 between India and England and England won the match. Check below the list of Women’s world cup winners from 1973 to 2022:

Year Host Country Venue of World Cup Final Winner Runners Up
1973 England Edgbaston England Australia
1978 India Lal Bahadur Shastri Stadium, Hyderabad Australia England
1982 New Zealand Lancaster Park, Christchurch Australia England
1988 Australia Melbourne Cricket Ground Australia England
1993 England London England New Zealand
1997 India Eden Gardens, Kolkata Australia New Zealand
2000 New Zealand Bert Sutcliffe Oval in Lincoln New Zealand Australia
2005 South Africa SuperSport Park, Centurion Australia India
2009 Australia North Sydney Oval‎, ‎Sydney England New Zealand
2013 India Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai Australia West Indies
2017 England Lord’s London England India

Note: New Zealand is going to host Women’s cricket world cup in 2022.

Men’s T20 World Cup Winners List from 2007 to 2022

The last men’s T20 world cup final was played in 2022 between Australia and New Zealand and Australia won the match. Check below the list of men’s T20 world cup winners:

Year Host Country Venue of World Cup Final Winner Runners Up
2007 South Africa Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg India Pakistan
2009 England Lord’s, London Pakistan Sri Lanka
2010 West Indies Kensington Oval, Bridgetown England Australia
2012 Sri Lanka R. Premadasa Stadium West Indies Sri Lanka
2014 Bangladesh Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka Sri Lanka India
2016 India Eden Gardens, Kolkata West Indies England
2020 [Postponed] Australia
2021 India Dubai International Stadium Australia New Zealand

Note: Australia is going to host men’s T20 world cup in 2022.

Women’s T20 World Cup Winners List from 2009 to 2022

The last women’s T20 world cup final was played in 2020 between Australia and India and Australia won the match. Check below the list of women’s T20 world cup winners from 2009 to 2022:

Year Host Country Venue of World Cup Final Winner Runners Up
2009 England North Sydney Oval England New Zealand
2010 West Indies Warner Park Sporting Complex, Saint Kitts Australia New Zealand
2012 Sri Lanka R. Premadasa Stadium Australia England
2014 Bangladesh Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Dhaka Australia England
2016 India Eden Gardens, India West Indies Australia
2018 West Indies Sir Vivian Richards Stadium Australia England
2020 Australia Melbourne Cricket Ground Australia India

Note: South Africa is going to host Women’s T20 World Cup.

Cricket World Cup Winners

Australia won the maximum number of world cup titles, check winning of other teams:

Team Winners Years Won
Australia 5 1987, 1999, 2003, 2007, 2015
India 2 1983, 2011
West Indies 2 1975, 1979
Sri Lanka 1 1996
Pakistan 1 1992
England 1 2019

Quick Facts about Cricket World Cup Winners

Have a look at certain facts about cricket world cup winners:

India, England, Australia, New Zealand, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Scotland, Bangladesh, South Africa, Namibia, Sri Lanka and West Indies show their participation in several ICC Men’s tournament.

Australia, England, Bangladesh, India, New Zealand, Ireland, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, South Africa, and West Indies show their participation in several ICC Women’s tournament.

Australia won the most cricket world cup title in both men’s and women’s category.

The first cricket world cup was played in June 1975 in England.

The first Women’s cricket world cup was played in the year 1973.

India is the only team who won World cup in 60 over, 50 over and 20 over format.


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  1. Anupam Kumar Sah

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