Cricket World Cups winners with trophies


ICC Cricket World Cup, popularly known Cricket as World Cup is a quadrennial event that is held once in every four years. World CupCricket is the premiere championship of One-day International Cricket(ODI) and the event is organized by International Cricket Council (ICC).

The first Cricket World Cup was organized in 1975 in England. Since then World Cup Championships have been held in 1979, 1983, 1987, 1991, 1996, 1999, 2003, and 2007, respectively. The present World Cup is the tenth edition of the championship.

Brief Summary of Cricket World Cup

YearVenueWinnerRunners Up Winning Captain
1975EnglandWest IndiesAustraliaClive Lloyddetails
1979EnglandWest IndiesEnglandClive Lloyddetails
1983EnglandIndiaWest IndiesKapil Devdetails
1987India, PakistanAustraliaEnglandAllan Borderdetails
1991Australia, New ZealandPakistanEnglandImran Khandetails
1996India, Pakistan, Sri LankaSri LankaAustraliaArjuna Ranatungadetails
1999EnglandAustraliaPakistanSteve Waugh details
2003South AfricaAustraliaIndiaRicky Pontingdetails
2007West IndiesAustraliaSri LankaRicky Pontingdetails
2011India, Sri Lanka, BangladeshIndiaSri LankaMS Dhonidetails

The list of winners of previous Cricket World Cups with their trophies:

  • 1st Cricket World Cup winners in 1975 - West Indies:
  • 2nd Cricket World Cup winners in 1979 - West Indies:
  • 3rd Cricket World Cup winners in 1983 - India:
  • 4th Cricket World Cup winners in 1987 - Austrelia:
  • 5th Cricket World Cup winners in 1992 - Pakistan:
  • 6th Cricket World Cup winners in 1996 - Sri Lanka:
  • 7th Cricket World Cup winners in 1999 - Austrelia:
  • 8th Cricket World Cup winners in 2003 - Austrelia:
  • 9th Cricket World Cup winners in 2007 - Austrelia:
  • 10th Cricket World Cup winners in 2011 - India:

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