In 1973, the first women’s One day International (ODI) World Cup was held in England and it was the parallel to Men’s World Cup tournament. From 1973 to current, the “ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup Winners list” and women’ world cup histories are discussed below:
We know in 1975, the first men’s World Cup tournament was held and, before two years; that means, in 1973, the first Women’s World Cup was held in the same host country England. You may check here the Cricket World Cup winners (men’s) list since 1975 to present.
In this women’s World Cup, overall seven women cricket teams participated. These teams are- England, Australia, New Zealand, International XI, Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica, and Young England.
This tournament was held in a round format system. So that, each cricket team can play with the other cricket teams. In this system, whose cricket team achieved the most points they received the honor of “Women’s World Cup”.
Overview of Women’s first cricket World Cup
In 20 June 1973, the first match was held in Kew Green Stadium, London, against Jamaica and New Zealand. This game was not finished because of the rain. Young England women’s cricket team was played six games and they won one game against International XI women’s cricket team. The young England team was achieved four points. Jamaica women’s cricket team was played a total of six matches and they were attained five points. This team won only one match against England by twenty-three runs.
Trinidad and Tobago team won two games against Jamaica and Young England. In this tournament, they achieved eight points.
International XI cricket team was attained 13 points in six matches and they won 3 matches.
New Zealand women’s cricket team won 3 games and this team was scored thirteen points.
In this tournament, the Australian women’s team was attained second place. This team won a total of four games and they attained seventeen points.
England women’s cricket team was played a total of six matches and they won five games. In this World Cup, the England women team was achieved twenty points among of twenty-four points. Thus, England women’s cricket team won the first World Cup or “1973 Women’s Cricket World Cup”.
List of women’s cricket world cup winners list since 1973
There are many women’s cricket teams are participating in the Women’s World Cup from 1973 to at this time. The first women’s world cup was held in 1973 and the last women’s world cup was held in 2017. The next women’s world cup was held in 2022 and the host country is England. The Women’s World Cup winners list is given below:
|Year||Winner's country||Runners Up||Host and Venue|
|1978||Australia||England||India, Lal Bahadur Shastri Stadium, Hyderabad|
|1982||Australia||England||New Zealand, Lancaster Park, Christchurch|
|1988||Australia||England||Australia, Melbourne Cricket Ground|
|1993||England||New Zealand||England, London|
|1997||Australia||New Zealand||India, Eden Gardens, Kolkata|
|2000||New Zealand||Australia||New Zealand, Bert Sutcliffe Oval in Lincoln|
|2005||Australia||India||South Africa, SuperSport Park, Centurion|
|2009||England||New Zealand||Australia, North Sydney Oval, Sydney|
|2013||Australia||West Indies||India, Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai|
|2017||England||India||England, Lord’s, London|
|2022||TBA||TBA||New Zealand, Christchurch|
Which team won most ICC Women’s World Cup?
From 1973 to the current, a total of eleven ICC Women’s World Cups were held in the different host countries. As the stats of the women’s world cup, New Zealand women’s cricket team won the champions trophy or “Women’s World Cup” for one time. Without New Zealand, England, and Australia women’s team any other women’s cricket team was not won this ultimate award of “Women’s World Cup”. England women’s team won the ICC Women’s World Cup four times. The most ICC women’s world cup winners are Australian team.
The most ICC Women’s World Cup-winning team in Australia women’s cricket team. They won this prestigious award six times.
- In 1978, by six points with England
- 1982 against England (by three wickets)
- In 1988, by eight wickets against (England)
- 1997 against New Zealand (won by five wickets)
- In 2005, won by 98 runs against India
- Last in 2013 against West Indies (won by 114 runs)
How many times India won the women’s cricket world cup?
The top winning team is Australia, and England won the Women’s World Cup in four times. The India team reached the final two times in 2005, and 2017 but, they didn’t win the game.
I believe that already you have got “ICC Women’s World Cup Winners list” and their achievement history. By the Women’s ICC World Cup was increased public awareness among the world cricket viewer.