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ICC ODI Cricket World Cup Winners List From 1975 to 2023

Cricket World Cup Winners List

The Cricket World Cup is the ultimate pinnacle of success in cricket. This international tournament brings together the best cricketing teams from around the globe.

Over the years, numerous teams have battled on the field, showcasing their skills, determination, and passion for the game. This article will examine the Cricket World Cup Winners List and glorify the teams that have triumphed in this prestigious event.

Cricket World Cup Winners List

Year Winner Runners Up Host
2023 Australia India India
2019 England New Zealand England
2015 Australia New Zealand Australia
2011 India Sri Lanka India
2007 Australia Sri Lanka Australia
2003 Australia India Australia
1999 Australia Pakistan England
1996 Sri Lanka Australia India, Pakistan & Sri Lanka
1992 Pakistan England Australia & New Zealand
1987 Australia England India & Pakistan
1983 India West Indies England
1979 West Indies England England
1975 West Indies Australia England

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2023 | Australia

Australia emerged victorious at the 2023 ODI World Cup, defeating India in a thrilling final match at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, India. The Australian opener, Travis Head, was declared the Man of the Match for his outstanding innings of 137 runs, guiding his team to a remarkable six-wicket victory.

2019 | England

In a thrilling final match that went into a Super Over, England emerged victorious over New Zealand, securing their first-ever World Cup title.

2015 | Australia

Australia clinched their fifth World Cup title in a dominant display, defeating New Zealand in the final.

2011 | India

India, led by the charismatic captain MS Dhoni, played exceptional cricket throughout the tournament and defeated Sri Lanka in the final, becoming champions for the second time.

2007 | Australia

Australia’s cricketing prowess was on display again as they triumphed over Sri Lanka in a rain-affected final, winning their fourth World Cup. It is the third time Australia has become the winner in a consecutive row.

2003 | Australia

The Australian team led by Ricky Ponting dominated the tournament, defeating India in the final and securing their third World Cup win. It was the second time in a straight row that Australia became the champion.

1999 | Australia

Australia emerged as champions for the second time, overpowering Pakistan in the final led by their formidable team featuring greats like Steve Waugh.

1996 | Sri Lanka

With their explosive batting and crafty bowling, Sri Lanka triumphed over Australia in the final to secure their maiden World Cup victory.

1992 | Pakistan

Pakistan, led by Imran Khan, showcased their remarkable skills and defeated England to claim their first World Cup title.

1987 | Australia

Australia emerged victorious in their first World Cup triumph, defeating England in a closely contested final.

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1983 | India

Under Kapil Dev’s captaincy, India stunned the world by defeating the mighty West Indies in the World Cup final.

1979 | West Indies

The West Indies continued their dominance in the second edition of the World Cup, defeating England in the final.

1975 | West Indies

The West Indies stamped their authority on the cricketing world by winning the inaugural World Cup. Led by Clive Lloyd, they defeated Australia in the final.

Most Time Time World Cup Winners

Australia is the most successful team in the ODI World Cup history, winning the crown five times. West Indies is the second successful team in the World Cup era, winning the trophy two times. Pakistan, India, and England are the other teams who won the trophy once.

Teams No. of Wins
Australia 6 Times
West Indies 2 Times
India 1 Time
Pakistan 1 Time
England 1 Time

Cricket World Cup Winning Captains List

Year Captain Team
2023 Pat Cummins Australia
2019 Eoin Morgan England
2015 Michael Clarke Australia
2011 MS Dhoni India
2007 Ricky Ponting Australia
2003 Ricky Ponting Australia
1999 Steve Waugh Australia
1996 Arjuna Ranatunga Sri Lanka
1992 Imran Khan Pakistan
1987 Allan Border Australia
1983 Kapil Dev India
1979 Clive Lloyd West Indies
1975 Clive Lloyd West Indies
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