How to Watch ICC World Cup 2023 | Schedule, Teams, Rankings, Venues 

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How to Watch ICC World Cup 2023 | Schedule, Teams, Rankings, Venues 

The ICC World Cup 2023 is being held in India. It will start on October 5 and will end with the final match on November 19. This year, 10 teams will be competing against each other for the championship title. 

In the beginning, all teams will play against each other once in a round-robin format, making 45 matches. The best four teams from this stage will go to the semifinals. 

The team that comes in first place and the one in fourth place will have their first semifinal match in Mumbai on November 15. The second and third teams will play their semifinal in Kolkata on November 16. Only one team among these four will be taking the championship. 

How to Watch ICC World Cup 2023

ICC World Cup will be broadcasting worldwide as this game in almost every cricket fans and enthusiast’s favorite. Almost every sports channel in india will broadcast the matches, but some are given below. The ICC will be broadcasting in these listed channels and streaming services:

     India 

  • Star Sports 1
  • Star Sports 2
  • Star Sports Select 1
  • Star Sports 1 Hindi
  • Disney+ Hotstar (streaming)

     USA

  • ESPN+
  • Willow TV
  • Sling TV

Some of these services would require a subscription to watch. But you can try a trial for a month without paying. Furthermore, You can cancel the subscription anytime. Some of these streaming services are only accessible in the USA. So if you’re from a different country, you would need a VPN like FastVPN, NordVPN, or ProtonVPN to access these streaming services. These streaming Services would be streaming the match in HD and 4K. This means you can witness every thrilling moment closely and clearly!

ICC World Cup 2023 Teams

The 10 selected teams are well prepared to take on each other on the battleground! Most of these teams have shown impressive gameplay in their previous records.   

  • Afghanistan
  • Bangladesh
  • Australia
  • England
  • India 
  • Netherlands
  • New Zealand 
  • Pakistan
  • South Africa
  • Sri Lanka

ICC World Cup 2023 Schedule

These Titans will be playing 45 matches altogether and best on will be taking the championship.

Click on your desired match to get details about tickets, roster, prediction and more! (We’ll be updating as tickets become available)

Date & Time Matches (click to learn more!)Stadium
5 Oct, 2 PM IST (4:30AM ET)England vs New ZealandNarendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad
6 Oct, 2 PM IST (4:30AM ET)Pakistan vs NetherlandsRajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad
7 Oct, 10:30 AM (10:30 AM (1 AM ET))Bangladesh vs AfghanistanHPCA Stadium, Dharamsala
7 Oct, 2 PM IST (4:30AM ET)South Africa vs Sri LankaArun Jaitley Stadium, New Delhi
8 Oct, 2 PM IST (4:30AM ET)India vs AustraliaM A Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai
9 Oct, 2 PM IST (4:30AM ET)New Zealand vs NetherlandsRajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad
10 Oct, 10:30 AM (1 AM ET)England vs BangladeshHPCA Stadium, Dharamsala
10 Oct, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)Pakistan vs Sri LankaRajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad
11 Oct, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)India vs AfghanistanArun Jaitley Stadium, New Delhi
12 Oct, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)Australia vs South AfricaBRSABV Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow
13 Oct, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)New Zealand vs BangladeshM A Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai
14 Oct, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)India vs PakistanNarendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad
15 Oct, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)England vs AfghanistanArun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi
16 Oct, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)Australia vs Sri LankaBRSABV Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow
17 Oct, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)South Africa vs NetherlandsHPCA Stadium, Dharamsala
18 Oct, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)New Zealand vs AfghanistanM A Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai
19 Oct, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)India vs BangladeshMaharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune
20 Oct, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)Australia vs PakistanM Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru
21 Oct, 10:30 AM (1 AM ET)Netherlands vs Sri LankaBRSABV Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow
21 Oct, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)England vs South AfricaWankhede Stadium, Mumbai
22 Oct, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)India vs New ZealandHPCA Stadium, Dharamsala
23 Oct, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)Pakistan vs AfghanistanM A Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai
24 Oct, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)South Africa vs BangladeshWankhede Stadium, Mumbai
25 Oct, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)Australia vs NetherlandsArun Jaitley Stadium, New Delhi
26 Oct, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)England vs Sri LankaM Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru
27 Oct, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)Pakistan vs South AfricaM A Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai
28 Oct, 10:30 AM (1 AM ET)Australia vs New ZealandHPCA Stadium, Dharamsala
28 Oct, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)Netherlands vs BangladeshEden Gardens, Kolkata
29 Oct, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)India vs EnglandBRSABV Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow
30 Oct, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)Afghanistan vs Sri LankaMaharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune
31 Oct, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)Pakistan vs BangladeshEden Gardens, Kolkata
1 Nov, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)New Zealand vs South AfricaMaharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune
2 Nov, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)India vs Sri LankaWankhede Stadium, Mumbai
3 Nov, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)Netherlands vs AfghanistanBRSABV Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow
4 Nov, 10:30 AM (1 AM ET)New Zealand vs PakistanM Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru
4 Nov, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)England vs AustraliaNarendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad
5 Nov, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)India vs South AfricaEden Gardens, Kolkata
6 Nov, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)Bangladesh vs Sri LankaArun Jaitley Stadium, New Delhi
7 Nov, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)Australia vs AfghanistanWankhede Stadium, Mumbai
8 Nov, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)England vs NetherlandsMaharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune
9 Nov, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)New Zealand vs Sri LankaM Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru
10 Nov, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)South Africa vs AfghanistanNarendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad
11 Nov,10:30 AM (1 AM ET)Australia vs BangladeshMaharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune
11 Nov, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)England vs PakistanEden Gardens, Kolkata
12 Nov, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)India vs NetherlandsM Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru
15 Nov, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)Semifinal 1: First place vs fourth placeWankhede Stadium, Mumbai
16 Nov, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)Semifinal 2: Second place vs third placeEden Gardens, Kolkata
19 Nov, 2 PM IST (4:30 AM ET)Final: Winners of the SemifinalsNarendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad

ICC World Cup 2023 Rankings

Only 10 teams were qualified for this year’s event. Here are their ODI rankings and CWC finishes- 

Teams ODI Rankings Highest CWC Finishes
AfghanistanGroup Stage
Australia3Winner ‘87, ‘99, ‘03, ‘07, ‘15
Bangladesh8Quarter Final
England5Winner 2019
India 1Winner ‘83, ‘11
Netherlands14Group Stage
New Zealand 6Runner Up
Pakistan2Winner ‘92
South Africa4Semi Finalist
Sri Lanka7Winner ‘96

ICC World Cup 2023 Venues

Total 10 Stadiums will be hosting all 45 matches, giving audience the best experience.

Wankhede Stadium

Wankhede Stadium is known for its electrifying atmosphere and has hosted some of the most memorable matches in Indian cricket history, including the 2011 Cricket World Cup final.

  • Capacity: 33,108
  • Location: Mumbai

Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium

Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium is one of the largest and most modern cricket stadiums in India, and is known for its excellent facilities and amenities.

  • Capacity: 55,000
  • Location: Hyderabad

Narendra Modi Stadium

Narendra Modi Stadium is the largest cricket stadium in the world and has a unique seating arrangement that allows for 360-degree views of the field.

  • Capacity: 132,000
  • Location: Ahmedabad

MCA International Stadium

MCA International Stadium is a relatively new stadium but has quickly become one of the most popular venues for cricket matches in India.

  • Capacity: 37,000
  • Location: Pune

MA Chidambaram Stadium

MA Chidambaram Stadium is one of the oldest and most iconic cricket stadiums in India, and has hosted some of the most famous matches in Test cricket history.

  • Capacity: 38,000
  • Location: Chennai

M Chinnaswamy Stadium

M Chinnaswamy Stadium is known for its lively atmosphere and is home to the Royal Challengers Bangalore, one of the most popular teams in the Indian Premier League.

  • Capacity: 40,000
  • Location: Bengaluru

HPCA Stadium

HPCA Stadium is one of the most scenic cricket stadiums in the world, and is located in the foothills of the Himalayas.

  • Capacity: 23,000
  • Location: Dharamsala

Eden Gardens

Eden Gardens is known as the “Heaven of Indian Cricket” and is one of the largest and most atmospheric cricket stadiums in the world.

  • Capacity: 68,000
  • Location: Kolkata

BRSABVE Cricket Stadium

BRSABVE Cricket Stadium is a relatively new stadium, but has quickly become one of the most popular venues for cricket matches in Eastern India.

  • Capacity: 50,000
  • Location: Lucknow

Arun Jaitley Stadium

Arun Jaitley Stadium, one of India’s oldest cricket stadiums, has witnessed some of the most unforgettable matches in Indian cricket history., including the 1983 Cricket World Cup final.

  • Capacity: 55,000
  • Location: Delhi

How Much Prize Money Will Each Team Receive? 

The total prize money for the 10 teams participating in the 2023 World Cup will be $10M, the same as in 2019. 

  • Winners will receive $4M
  • Runners-up will receive $2M
  • Semifinalists $800,000
  • Groups Stage $100,000
How to Watch ICC World Cup 2023 | Schedule, Teams, Rankings, Venues 

An additional $40,000 will be paid out to the winners of every match during the groups stage. 

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