ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 is about to conclude with the India vs Australia final at Ahmedabad. This is the 13th edition of the marquee event, which was first time played in 1975. England, often referred to as the inventor of the game, hosted the first three editions of it. Today, it stands as the most prestigious trophy in world cricket. Here, we present the Cricket World Cup winners list since 1975. Let’s explore which countries’ players have got their hands on the trophy.
Cricket World Cup Winners List in 2023
A total of 20 teams have featured in the 13 seasons but only 6 nations have lifted the ODI World Cup trophy. The number will remain unchanged after the 2023 World Cup Final as India and Australia have won the title before. The ODI World Cup was inaugurated in 1975 and Clive Lloyd-led West Indies went on to win it. The Caribbean side continued their domination in the next two events and made it to the final, however, India stopped them from making a hat-trick in 1983.
In 1987, Australia secured their first World Cup title, marking the onset of an era of dominance. The yellow brigade went on to clinch five titles from 1987 to 2015. Currently, they are poised to bag a record 6th title in the 2023 final against India Talking about men in blue, they are eying to win their 3rd ICC ODI World Cup after 1983 and 2011. Here’s the list of World Cup winners since 1975.
|1992||Pakistan||Engalnd||Australia, New Zealand|
|1996||Sri Lanka||Australia||Pakistan, India|
|2007||Australia||Sri Lanka||West Indies|
|2011||India||Sri Lanka||India, Bangladesh|
ODI World Cup Winners Summary
Currently, with 5 titles, Australia is the only side that has won the ICC Men’s ODI World Cup more than twice. India and West Indies are following Australia in the Cricket World Cup winners list with 2 titles each. The remaining three titles are bagged individually by England, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.
|Nation||Title Won||Years Won|
|Australia||5||1987, 1999, 2003, 2007, 2015|
|West Indies||2||1975, 1979|