Since 1975, the Cricket World Cup has been a quadrennial competition using the ODI format. For the following four years, the World Cup champion retains the illustrious title. The ODI Cricket World Cup is regarded as the sport’s ultimate competition, and the victor receives praise from all corners of the globe. The winners of the ODI Cricket World Cup from 1975 until 2023 are listed below:
- 1975: West Indies
- 1979: West Indies
- 1983: India
- 1987: Australia
- 1992: Pakistan
- 1996: Sri Lanka
- 1999: Australia
- 2003: Australia
- 2007: Australia
- 2011: India
- 2015: Australia
- 2019: England
- 2023: To be determined
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1975 – The Inaugural Tournament
Winner: West Indies
At London’s Lord’s Cricket Ground, West Indies, captained by Clive Lloyd, defeated Australia to win the inaugural Cricket World Cup.
1979 – West Indies Dominance Continues
Winner: West Indies
By winning the championship match against England at Lord’s and retaining their title, the West Indies cemented their position as cricket’s dominant force.
1983 – India’s Historical Victory
India won its first World Cup under Kapil Dev’s direction by defeating the West Indies in the championship match at Lord’s.
1987 – Australia Emerges Victorious
Australia defeated England in the World Cup final in Kolkata, India, to win the tournament for the first time.
1992 – Pakistan’s win
Imran Khan’s Pakistan won their first World Cup by defeating England in the championship game at Melbourne Cricket Ground.
1996 – Sri Lanka’s Breakthrough
Winner: Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka won the World Cup for the first time after defeating Australia in the final in Lahore, Pakistan.
1999 – Australia Regains the Title
Australia won the World Cup back after defeating Pakistan in the championship game at London’s Lord’s.
2003 – Australia’s Dominance Continues
In the championship match, Australia successfully retained their title by defeating India at the Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa.
2007 – Australia’s Hat-Trick
Australia defeated Sri Lanka in the World Cup final in Bridgetown, Barbados, to win it for the third time in a row.
2011 – India’s Second time won
MS Dhoni led India to victory over Sri Lanka in the World Cup final, which they won for the second time.
2019 – England’s Maiden Victory
England won the Cricket World Cup for the first time by defeating New Zealand in a Super Over in an exciting final at Lord’s..
2023 – The Latest Chapter
Winner: Yet to be decided
India will host the 2023 Cricket World Cup from October 19 to November 14, 2023. A total of 48 matches will be played during the event, which will include 10 teams. The competition’s championship match will take place at Kolkata’s Eden Gardens on November 14, 2023.
For decades, the ODI Cricket World Cup has given cricket fans thrills, drama, and unforgettable experiences. The list of winners shows how cricketing ability has developed over time and how cricketing nations around the world have grown. One thing is clear as the cricketing world excitedly anticipates the 2023 World Cup: the event will continue to enthrall spectators and produce new legends in the annals of cricket history.
Which team won the first ODI Cricket World Cup?
The first ODI Cricket World Cup was held in England in 1975. The tournament was contested by eight teams, and the West Indies emerged as the winners by defeating Australia in the final by 17 runs
ICC World Cup Winners list 1975 to 2019
Here is the list of all the ICC Cricket World Cup winners from 1975 to 2019: 1975: West Indies 1979: West Indies 1983: India 1987: Australia 1992: Pakistan 1996: Sri Lanka 1999: Australia 2003: Australia 2007: Australia 2011: India 2015: Australia 2019: England
Last Cricket World Cup winners
The last Cricket World Cup was held in 2019 in England and Wales. The tournament was won by the host country, England, who defeated New Zealand in a thrilling final that was decided by a super over after the scores were tied at the end of the match