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ODI World Cup 2023 Final Closing Ceremony: Time, Events, Performers And Broadcasting Details. The Final of the eagerly awaited ICC ODI World Cup 2023 is scheduled for November 19, 2023, at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, India. However, this impressive venue, boasting a capacity exceeding 132,000, will host the crowning of cricket champions as two formidable teams vie for the prestigious title.

Anticipation for the final has been growing since the tournament kicked off on October 5, 2023. The round-robin stage showcased the skills of ten top cricket teams in an exhilarating display of prowess. The four leading teams from this phase progressed to the semi-finals, intensifying the competition.

Moreover, his historic final promises unprecedented excitement as two formidable teams compete for the prestigious title. Beyond determining the world champions, the event signifies a global celebration of cricket, uniting fans worldwide.

The broadcast for the ICC ODI World Cup Final 2023 will commence at 07:00 AM IST on November 19, 2023. The match expected to start approximately seven hours later, with the toss scheduled half an hour before the kick-off. Get ready for the closing ceremony set to unfold before the commencement of the IND vs AUS final match. Here’s everything you need to know.

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ODI World Cup 2023 Closing Ceremony: Event Details

The Surya Kiran aerobatic team from the Indian Air Force will dazzle the crowd with a 15-minute air show before the final match between IND and AUS at the Narendra Modi Stadium in the Motera area. The Defence PRO for Gujarat announced that rehearsals for the air show will take place on Friday and Saturday. However, Surya Kiran team, comprising nine aircraft, is renowned for delivering impressive performances that include loop manoeuvres, barrel rolls, and formations creating various shapes in the sky.

The BCCI announced that Aditya Gadhvi, renowned for the ‘Gotilo’ (Khalasi) song, will entertain the audience during the drink break in the first innings. Accompanied by over 500 dancers, music composer Pritam is set to grace the closing ceremony of the World Cup 2023. He will kick off his performance during the innings break, featuring live renditions of songs like “Dil Jashn Bole – ICC CWC 23 Anthem,” “Lehra Do,” “Deva Deva,” and more.

On Sunday, Jonita Gandhi, Nakash Aziz, Amit Mishra, Akasa Singh, and Tushar Joshi will also take the stage for performances. Additionally, there is a scheduled light and laser show for the second drinks break of the second innings, lasting 90 seconds.

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In an exciting development, the BCCI has orchestrated a special event during the World Cup 2023 closing ceremony. As part of this plan, they aim to honour and felicitate all the captains who have led their teams to victory in previous World Cups at the illustrious Narendra Modi Stadium. It’s important to note that while this has been widely speculated, there is currently no official confirmation regarding the felicitation ceremony. The anticipation remains high for this potential momentous recognition of cricketing leadership.

ODI World Cup 2023 Closing Ceremony: Timing 

The ICC World Cup 2023 finale will take place on Sunday, November 19, at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, beginning at 12:30 pm.

ICC World Cup 2023 Closing Ceremony Live Broadcasting Details 

Star Sports Network channels will broadcast the closing ceremony live on TV, and Disney+ Hotstar will offer a live stream of the event on its app and website.

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ICC World Cup 2023 Final Expected Guest List 

Prime Minister: Narendra Modi 

Australian Prime Minister: Anthony Albanese

Former Indian Captain: Sachin Tendulkar

Secretary of BCCI: Jay Shah

Home Minister: Amit Shah

President Of BCCI: Roger Binny

All ODI World Cup Winning Captains

  • MS Dhoni (India)
  • Kapil Dev (India)
  • Ricky Ponting (Australia)
  • Clive Lloyd (West Indies)
  • Allan Border (Australia)
  • Arjuna Ranatunga (Sri Lanka)
  • Steve Waugh (Australia)
  • Michael Clarke (Australia)
  • Eoin Morgan (England)