These 17 countries, including India, are interested in hosting the ICC tournaments from 2024 to 2031

The T20 World Cup to be held in India at the end of this year is due to be moved to Oman and the UAE due to Corona, but despite this, many ICC tournaments will be held in India in the coming years. In fact, India, Australia and England are among the 17 member countries that have expressed interest in hosting the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) limited-overs competition over the next eight years of the Future Tournament (FTP) cycle from 2024 to 2031. Are shown. The BCCI decided last month to host three global events, including two low-format World Cups. The Indian Council is not in favor of paying any hosting fee for the next cycle (FTP) starting from 2024.

The tax exemption required by his government to host any ICC program is also an important issue for BCCI. BCCI made this decision to host its last Apex Committee meeting. The BCCI has revealed that it will host the next round of Champions Trophy, T20 World Cup and One Day World Cup. After increasing the number of tournaments in the next round, the ICC has begun the process of identifying the hosts for the men’s limited overs competitions after 2023. The World Test Championship Final, the ICC Women’s and Under-19 Championships, will be decided under a different process in a new cycle that will begin later this year, the ICC said.

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The next cycle offers a total of eight one-day and T20 international tournaments for men. This included two events in the One-Day World Cup, four in the T20 World Cup and two in the ICC Champions Trophy from 2024 to 2031. Members were invited to submit preliminary technical proposals as potential hosts. This included the option for countries to submit single and joint hosting proposals. Initial submissions to the ICC have been received from Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, Ireland, Malaysia, Namibia, New Zealand, Oman, Pakistan, Scotland, South Africa, Sri Lanka, West Indies, United Arab Emirates, USA and Zimbabwe.

ICC Acting Chief Executive Officer Jeff Allardyce said: “We are delighted by the response of our members to host the ICC Men’s Limited Over Events after 2023. This process will allow us to expand our host range and increase our interest in cricket. “Cricket has a billion fans worldwide and ICC events have brought economic and social benefits to the hosts.” The Champions Trophy was discontinued after the last event in England in 2017, but the ICC recently announced that it would reintroduce it at the next FTP. .

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