Three African countries co-host the 2027 Cricket World Cup


Published on 17.11.2021 at 4:18 p.m. by APA News

Southern Africa will host the 2027 Men’s Cricket World Cup Namibia has been chosen as co-hosts of the 2027 Men’s Cricket World Cup along with neighbors South Africa and Zimbabwe, it has been announced this Wednesday the International Cricket Council (ICC, English acronym).

The structure stresses that these three southern African neighbors are ready to jointly host the world’s best cricketing nations between October and November 2027.

« Namibia will host the Men’s Cricket World Cup for the first time alongside Zimbabwe and South Africa, » the council said in a statement.

South Africa and Zimbabwe last co-hosted the event in 2003.

The ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup is held every four years. The 2023 edition is planned in India, while that of 2031 will be jointly organized by India and Bangladesh.


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