Cricket World Cup 2023 is schedule to take place in India from 9 February to 26 March 2023 for the 13th edition of the Men’s Cricket World Cup.
India will be hosting the competition alone entirely. In 1987, 1996, and 2011 there were three prior editions partly hosted.
The first ICC Cricket World Cup, captured by the West Indies in 1975, took place in England, and Wales. The Indian team won the third ICC World Cup Cricket in 1983 and the 10th ICC Cricket World Cup in 2011.
India is first to win the ICC World Cup as hosting country in 2011, but in the 2015 Cricket World Cup, Australia replicated this feat.
Between 9 February 2023 till 26 March 2023, ICC World Cup 2023 will be played in India. The competition is in round-robin format. The location is not yet determined for the final match.
Maximum 8 ICC World Cup teams will automatically will be eligible for this tournament, and the remaining of the two teams will be picked in 2022 ICC Cricket World Cup Super League matches. There will be a total of 10 teams competing in the ICC World Cup 2023 and a total of 48 matchs.
The 2023 ICC Cricket World Cup is going to be contested with 10 nations in the same manner as 2019. Teams will play with other teams in round robin format and will same as the 1992 and 2019 Cricket World Cup. Four teams will then contest the half final and then the top two in the finals.
The tournament features 10 participants, as in the previous version. The key qualification path will become the competition in the Super League of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2020-22.
The top 8 teams will automatically find themselves in the competition including the hosting nation India.
The remaining five teams, together with five Associate Teams, will be competing in the 2022 Cricket World Cup Qualifier, that will top 2 teams go through to the final tournament to be played in India in 2023.