ICC World Cup 2023: Schedule, Complete List Of Venues, And Stadiums For The Tournament

Updated: 08 July 2023

ODI World Cup 2023
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ICC World Cup 2023: Schedule, Complete List Of Venues, And Stadiums For The Tournament. The ICC ODI World Cup 2023 will take place from October 5 to November 19. Ten teams will compete for the coveted trophy in India. A total of 48 matches will be played across twelve cities in India.

Ahmedabad is to host the opening match between England and New Zealand, as well as the final on November 19. Much awaited India vs Pakistan match will take place on October 15 at Ahmedabad.

ICC ODI World Cup 2023: Venues List

On Tuesday, June 27 the ICC released the schedule for ODI World Cup 2023. The tournament will be hosted in 10 cities across India, namely Kolkata, Delhi, Hyderabad, Chennai, Bengaluru, Dharamshala, Pune, Mumbai, Lucknow, and Ahmedabad.

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ICC ODI World Cup 2023 Stadiums

Here’s the complete list of venues, stadium for the ICC ODI World Cup:

Ahmedabad – Narendra Modi Stadium
Bengaluru – M Chinnaswamy Stadium
Chennai – MA Chidambaram Stadium
Delhi – Arun Jaitley Stadium
Dharamshala – SPCA Stadium
Hyderabad – Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium
Lucknow – Ekana Stadium
Kolkata – Eden Gardens
Mumbai – Wankhede Stadium
Pune- MCA Stadium

Mohali and Nagpur Excluded from Hosting World Cup 2023 Matches Despite hosting World Cup matches in 2011. With 12 venues selected for this season, it is expected that almost all of them will host at least one India match as the team is scheduled to play 9 group stage matches.

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Pakistan to play in Five Cities

The BCCI has organised Pakistan’s World Cup matches to be held in five venues: Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai and Kolkata. The board has specifically chosen South Indian cities to host these matches, with Chennai being given particular attention due to its reputation for having peaceful crowds. This decision was made in light of Pakistan’s upcoming visit to India for the tournament.