ICC ODI Cricket World Cup Winners List, Player Of The Series, From 1975 To 2023 (Updated). In the world of cricket, nothing surpasses the quadrennial ICC ODI Cricket World Cup in terms of prestige and scale. This international event occurs every four years and features the top 10 cricket teams globally. The upcoming 2023 edition will be hosted by India, from 5 October to 19 November across 10 venues.
Scheduled to kick off on October 5 and culminate on November 19, the 2023 ODI World Cup holds a special place in cricket history. India has clinched the coveted ICC World Cup twice, emerging victorious in the 1983 and 2011 editions. However, Australia stands as the undisputed leader in World Cup history, boasting the most wins and titles, a total of 5.
England currently holds the title, having won the thrilling final of the 2019 World Cup against New Zealand. As England aims to defend their championship, New Zealand seeks redemption, India hopes to secure victory on home soil, and Australia strives to maintain its dominance as the top ODI team globally, the 2023 ICC World Cup promises to be an unforgettable sporting spectacle.
With that in mind, here’s a compilation of all ICC Cricket World Cup winners from 1975 to 2023
ICC ODI Cricket World Cup Winners List, Player Of The Series From 1975 To 2023 (Updated)
|1||1975||WI||Australia||England||WI won by 17 runs|
|2||1979||WI||England||England||WI won by 92 runs|
|3||1983||India||WI||England||India won by 43 runs|
|4||1987||Australia||England||IND & PAK||Australia won by 7 runs|
|5||1992||Pakistan||England||AUS & NZ||Pakistan won by 22 runs||Martin Crowe|
|6||1996||Sri Lanka||Australia||IND & PAK||Sri Lanka won by 7 wckts||Sanath Jayasuriya|
|7||1999||Australia||Pakistan||England||Australia won by 8 wckts||Lance Klusener|
|8||2003||Australia||India||South Africa||Australia won by 125 runs||Sachin Tendulkar|
|9||2007||Australia||Sri Lanka||West Indies||Australia won by 53 runs||Glenn McGrath|
|10||2011||India||Sri Lanka||India and Bangladesh||India won by 6 wckts||Yuvraj Singh|
|11||2015||Australia||NZ||AUS & NZ||Australia won by 7 wckts||Mitchell Starc|
|12||2019||England||NZ||England and Wales||England*||Kane Williamson|
Note- The match ended in a tie after regular play and a super over, but England based on a higher boundary count.