Women’s World Cup Winners | Women’s World Cup Winners List

Women’s World Cup Winners | Women’s World Cup Winners List:- The ICC Women’s World Cup first tournament held in England in 1973. Matches are played as ODIs (50 overs). The Women’s Cricket World Cup is currently organised by the ICC. The first Women’s World Cup was held in England in 1973, two years before the inaugural men’s World Cup. Since 2005 Women’s World Cup’s have been hosted at regular 4-year intervals.

Qualification for the Women’s World Cup is through the ICC Women’s Championship and the World Cup Qualifier. The composition of the Women’s World Cup is extremely conservative, no new teams have debuted in the ICC Women’s World Cup since 1997. Since 2000 the number of teams in the Women’s Cricket World Cup has been fixed at 8. The 1997 Women’s Cricket World Cup was contested by a record 11 teams, the most in a single tournament to date.

Total 11 ICC World Cups played to date have been hosted in 5 countries, with India and England having hosted the ICC Women’s World Cup three times. Australia Women is the most successful team, they won 6 titles. England (4 titles) and New Zealand (1 title) are the only other teams to have won ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup.

 

Women’s World Cup Winners

Year Host Venue Final
Winners Result Runners-up
1973 England England England Women won on the points table Australia
1978 India Australia Australia Women won on the points table England
1982 New Zealand Christchurch Australia Australia Women won by 3 wickets England
1988 Australia Melbourne Australia Australia Women won by 8 wickets England
1993 England London England England Women won by 67 runs New Zealand
1997 India Kolkata Australia Australia Women won by 5 wickets New Zealand
2000 New Zealand Lincoln New Zealand New Zealand Women won by 4 runs Australia
2005 South Africa Centurion Australia Australia Women won by 98 runs India
2009 Australia Sydney England England Women won by 4 wickets New Zealand
2013 India Mumbai Australia Australia Women won by 114 runs West Indies
2017 England London England England Women won by 9 runs India
2021 New Zealand

 

Women’s international cricket was 1st played in 1934 when a team from England toured Australia and New Zealand. The 1st Women’s Test match was played on 28–31 December 1934 and was won by England. England, Australia and New Zealand remained the only Test-playing teams in women’s cricket until 1960 when South Africa played matches against England.

In 1971 the talks started about holding a World Cup for women’s cricket. The 1st Women’s World Cup was held at a variety of venues across England in June and July 1973, 2 years before the first men’s Cricket World Cup was played. 1st Women’s World Cup was played as a round-robin tournament. England won the match, held at Edgbaston, Birmingham by 92 runs to win the Women’s World Cup 1973. Pro Kabaddi 2020 Schedule

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