Explore the rich history of ICC World Cup victories! Relive iconic moments, from West Indies' debut in 1975 to England's thrilling tiebreak in 2019. Witness the upcoming clash in 2023 at Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad. Cricket's finest moments await!
West Indies clinched their first title with a nerve-wracking 17-run win against Australia at Lord's, London, in front of 24,000 captivated fans.
West Indies continued their dominance, securing a 92-run win over England at Lord's, captivating 32,000 spectators.
India, the underdogs, scripted history, defeating West Indies by 43 runs at Lord's, captivating 30,000 spectators in a cricket revolution.
Australia triumphed with a 7-run win against England at Eden Gardens, Kolkata, witnessed by a massive crowd of 95,000.
Pakistan claimed victory with a 22-run win against England at MCG, Melbourne, in front of 87,182 enthusiastic fans.
Sri Lanka's powerhouse performance with a 7-wicket victory against Australia at Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore, was a spectacle embraced by 62,645 fans.
Australia asserted dominance with an 8-wicket win over Pakistan at Lord's, London, witnessed by 30,000 fervent supporters.
Australia stamped authority with a monumental 125-run victory over India at Wanderers, Johannesburg, enthralled by 32,827 cricket enthusiasts.
Australia clinched victory with a 53-run win against Sri Lanka at Kensington Oval, Barbados, in front of 28,108 passionate fans.
India clinched the cup at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai, defeating Sri Lanka by 6 wickets, creating a roar among 42,000 passionate fans.
Australia continued their dominance, securing a 7-wicket win over New Zealand at MCG, Melbourne, witnessed by a record-breaking crowd of 93,013.
The nail-biting final at Lord's saw England prevail with 9 boundaries in the tiebreak against New Zealand, witnessed by 30,000 eager spectators.
The upcoming face-off at Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad, holds the promise of a gripping encounter, as India and Australia vie for glory.
England and South Africa hosted World Cups that transcended borders, with matches played in Wales, Scotland, Ireland, Netherlands, Zimbabwe, and Kenya.
Explore the record books for unforgettable moments, from Australia's 359/2 in 2003 to Sri Lanka's 7-wicket win in 1996, etching cricketing history.
From Lord's to Kensington Oval, each venue witnessed iconic battles, with crowds ranging from 24,000 to a staggering 93,013 at the MCG in 2015.