ICC ODI Cricket World Cup 2023 Schedule, Teams, Stadiums

One of the world’s richest cricket boards BCCI declared ICC ODI Cricket World Cup 2023 schedule, teams, and stadiums. The 13th edition of the Men’s ODI World Cup 2023 will be played from 5 October to 19 November in India. 10 venues will officially host the 10 teams’ 49 thriller matches of the tournament.

Before starting off the tournament BCCI Invested 50 crores rupees to upgrade all 10 stadiums with new LED flood lights and new outfields. So many fans already booked tickets to watch the live men’s cricket World Cup with new stands and floodlights in stadiums.

if you’re those cricket fans who didn’t even know which stadiums host which matches. then this article can help to understand which 10 stadiums are scheduled to host India-Pak matches and other team’s matches.

ICC ODI Cricket World Cup 2023 Teams

The top 7 ranks teams of the World Cup super league including hosts with associate 2 qualifier teams will be eligible to participate in World Cup 2023. Here is the eligible ICC men’s cricket World Cup 2023 teams with their captains.

Teams Captain Name
IndiaRohit Sharma
AustraliaPat Cummins
New ZealandKane Willamson
South AfricaTemba Bavuma
EnglandJos Buttler
PakistanBabar Azam
BangladeshShakib Al Hasan
Sri LankaDasun Shanaka/Kushal Mendis
AfghanistanHashmatullah Shahidi
NetherlandsScott Edwards

ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 Schedule with venue

The 13th ICC men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 matches are set to be played 49 days across the 10 cities of the country. The tournament is started on 05 October and the final match will be played on November 19. and Ahmedabad will host both of these two opening and final matches of this mega event.

Hosts nation India will start their campaign on 08 October against 5-time champion Australia. and they will face arch-rivals Pakistan on 14th October in Narendra Modi Cricket, Ahmedabad. Here is the total 49 matches ICC men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 complete schedule.

Match DateMatch FixturesMatch venueMatch Time
05 October 2023England vs New Zealand (Match 1)Ahmedabad2.00 PM
06 October 2023Pakistan vs Netherlands (Match 2)Hyderabad2.00 PM
07 October 2023Bangladesh Vs Afghanistan (Match 3)Dharamsala10.30 PM
07 October 2023South Africa Vs Sri Lanka (Match 4)Delhi2.00 PM
08 October 2023India Vs Australia (Match 5)Chennai2.00 PM
09 October 2023New Zealand vs Netherlands (Match 6)Hyderabad2.00 PM
10 October 2023England vs Bangladesh (Match 7)Dharamsala10.30 AM
10 October 2023Pakistan vs Sri Lanka (Match 8)Hyderabad2.00 PM
11 October 2023 India vs Afghanistan (Match 9)Delhi2.00 PM
12 October 2023Australia vs South Africa (Match 10)Lucknow2.00 PM
13 October 2023New Zealand vs Bangladesh (Match 11)Chennai2.00 PM
14 October 2023India Vs Pakistan (Match 12)Ahmedabad2.00 PM
15 October 2023England vs Afghanistan (Match 13)Delhi2,00 PM
16 October 2023Australia vs Sri Lanka (Match 14)Lucknow2.00 PM
17 October 2023South Africa vs Netherlands (Match 15)Dharamsala2.00 PM
18 October 2023New Zealand vs Afghanistan (Match 16)Chennai2.00 PM
19 October 2023India vs Bangladesh (Match 17)Pune2.00 PM
20 October 2023Australia vs Pakistan (Match 18)Bengaluru2.00 PM
21 October 2023Netherlands vs Sri Lanka (Match 19)Lucknow10.30 AM
21 October 2023England vs South Africa (Match 20)Mumbai2.00 PM
22 October 2023India vs New Zealand ( Match 21)Dharamsala2.00 PM
23 October 2023Pakistan vs Afghanistan (Match 22)Chennai2.00 PM
24 October 2023South Africa vs Bangladesh (Match 23)Mumbai2.00 PM
25 October 2023 Australia vs Netherlands (Match 24)Delhi2.00 PM
26 October 2023England vs Sri Lanka (Match 25)Bengaluru2.00 PM
27 October 2023Pakistan vs South Africa (Match 26)Chennai2.00 PM
28 October 2023Australia vs New Zealand (Match 27)Dharamsala10.30 AM
28 October 2023Netherlands vs Bangladesh (Match 28)Kolkata2.00 PM
29 October 2023India vs England (Match 29)Lucknow2.00 PM
30 October 2023Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka (Match 30)Pune2.00 PM
31 October 2023Pakistan vs Bangladesh (Match 31)Kolkata2.00 PM
01 November 2023New Zealand vs South Africa (Match 32)Pune2.00 PM
02 November 2023India vs Sri Lanka (Match 33)Mumbai2.00 PM
03 November 2023Netherlands vs Afghanistan (Match 34)Lucknow2.00 PM
04 November 2023New Zealand vs Pakistan (Match 35)Lucknow10.30 AM
04 November 2023England vs Australia (Match 36)Ahmedabad2.00 PM
05 November 2023India vs South Africa (Match 37)Kolkata2.00 PM
06 November 2023Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka (Match 38)Delhi2.00 PM
07 November 2023Australia vs Afghanistan (Match 39)Mumbai2.00 PM
08 November 2023England vs Netherlands (Match 40)Pune2.00 PM
09 November 2023New Zealand vs Sri Lanka (Match 41)Bengaluru2.00 PM
10 November 2023South Africa vs Afghanistan (Match 42)Ahmedabad2.00 PM
11 November 2023Australia vs Bangladesh (Match 43)Pune10.30 AM
11 November 2023England vs Pakistan (Match 44)Kolkata2.00 PM
12 November 2023India vs Netherlands (Match 45)Bengaluru2.00 PM
15 November 2023Semi-Final (Match 46)Mumbai 2.00 PM
16 November 2023Semi-Final (Match 47)Kolkata2.00 PM
19 November 2023Final (Match 48)Ahmedabad2.00 PM

Cricket World Cup 2023 Stadiums with seat capacity

India’s 10 beautiful stadiums are ready to host round-robin format league stages and knockout matches of the tournament. and other warm-up matches are played from 29 September to 3rd October in Guwahati, Hyderabad, and Thiruvananthapuram.

Below I shared the complete ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 stadium list with seat capacity.

1.Narendra Modi Cricket, Ahmedabad

The world’s largest Narendra Cricket Stadium is located in Ahmedabad. This stadiums seating capacity is nearly 1.3 Lakh to watch live match.

Till now stadium hosted 28 ODI matches, In those 28 ODI games batting first won 16, and batting second won 12 matches. This first batting average score is 235 runs.

2.Eden Gardens, Kolkata

one of India’s oldest historic stadiums Eden Gardens is located in Kolkata, West Bengal. This stadium witnessed many moments such as Rohit Sharma’s 264 ODI runs, Teams India’s first day-night test match, and many more etc.

Till now total no of 30 ODI matches were played with batting first winning 18 and batting second winning 11 and 1 match no results. This stadiums seat capacity almost almost 80,000.

3.M. Chinnaswami Stadium, Bangalore

The most followed IPL franchise RCB’s home ground M. Chinnaswami Stadium is ready-hosted next World Cups matches. The KSCA is the owner of ground development and renovation work.

This world-class stadium witnessed many exciting matches with records. here almost 32,000 cricket fans can sit to watch live world cups matches.

4. Arun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi

Arun Jaitley Stadium previously Known as Froz Shah Kotla is one of the oldest stadiums after Eden Gardens in the country. This beautiful stadium was first established in 1883 in new delhi, India.

This venue hosted his first test match against India vs. West Indies on 10 November 1948. DDCA is the high authority of this stadium development or renovation.

Arun Jaitley Stadium has witnessed 26 ODI matches, In these matches, batting team’s Innings average score is 223 runs and the second innings average score is 203 runs. batter and bowler both enjoy playing in this venue.

5.Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai

Wankhede is a memorial stadium for Indian teams and fans, Which is located in Mumbai, Maharashtra. This ground witnessed India’s world-winning moment after years of hard work, Also ‘God of Cricket’ Sachin Tendulkar played his last match in this venue.

BCCI schedules the Wankhede Stadiums for big matches of the tournament like 1st semi-final, India vs Sri Lanka, and other teams matches.

6.MCA Stadium, Pune

The Maharashtra Cricket Association-oriented popular MCA Stadium in Pune is ready for the upcoming World Cup 2023. This stadium authority sells the World Cup offline tickets from their ticket counter, Those fans who are living in Pune or nearby areas, can enjoy the match with the 37406 people seat capacity stadium in Pune.

7.Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow

All the Uttar Pradesh and nearby areas cricket Fans Can watch the 2023 World Cup matches in Ekana Stadium. This world class beautiful 50,000 seat capacity stadium is located in Lucknow City.

BCCI gave 5 Games of World Cup 2023 to host in the Ekana Stadium, the tournament’s toughest match Ind and Eng is to be played on 29 October at 2,00 PM. This venue always offered spinners to get more wickets then pacers.

8.Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad

The Hyderabad-located Rajiv Gandhi Stadium is a host for 3 World Cup games. Also, this venue will be host for a few warm-up matches.

In this stadium, a total 55,000 numbers of fans will be allowed to watch World Cup games in the stands. This venues pitch is always good for batters to score runs and bowlers to earn wickets from the surface.

9.HPCA Stadium, Dharamsala

BCCI scheduled a few games at one of the most beautiful cricket stadiums in Dharamsala. This world-class International stadium is situated above the sea level of1,457 M.

This Dharamsala’s 22-yard pitch gives pace bowlers extra swing and bounce. Unlike other Indian pitches, this venue’s average ODI first Innings score will be 214 runs and 2nd Innings score will be 201 runs.

10.M.A Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai

MS Dhoni CSK’s home ground Chepauk will host the 5 matches of the Cricket World Cup this year. After the new renovation, almost 50,000 fans sit to watch the World Cups in this stadium.

If talk about the pitch, this venue’s surface is very good for both batsmen and bowlers. The 1st Innings average score of this venue is 230 runs, Spinners will get more benefits after the 1st powerplay overs.


1.How many teams will play Cricket World Cup 2023?

The World’s top 8 super league team and 2 qualifiers team will play the next ODI World Cup 2023 In India.

2. In Which Stadium Cricket World Cup 2023 will Start?

The 13th ICC and BCCI organized Cricket World Cup 2023 will start on 5th October in Narendra Modi Cricket, Ahmedabad match between 2019 two finalist England and New Zealand.

3.Which Stadiums will host Cricket World Cup 2023?

BCCI announced that India’s 10 stadiums host the entire 2023 ODI World Cup tournament.

4.How many times India won World Cup?

Indian men’s cricket team won two times (1983 & 2011) ICC ODI World Cups trophy. first, they won the cup under Kapil Dev’s captaincy, and the next trophy was won under MS Dhoni’s captaincy in 2011.

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