Which country has hosted the Men’s Cricket World Cup the most?

Cricket World Cup whether ODI or T20 is one of the most prestigious sporting tournaments in the world. In its early days, the tournament was hosted in England. Later, other countries started hosting it. Do you know which country has hosted the Men’s cricket world cup the highest number of times (T20 and ODI world cup combined). Let’s find out.

(Note: Cohosts are counted as 1)

  • England – Total 6 Men’s World Cups (5 ODI World Cups and 1 T20 World Cup)
  • India – Total 4 Men’s World Cups (3 ODI World Cups and 1 T20 World Cup)
  • Australia – Total 3 Men’s World Cups (2 ODI World Cups and and 1 T20 World Cup)
  • Sri Lanka – Total 3 Men’s World Cups (2 ODI World Cups and 1 T20 World Cup)
  • Wales – Total 3 Men’s World Cups (3 ODI World Cups and 0 T20 World Cup)
  • Pakistan – Total 2 Men’s World Cups (2 ODI World Cups and 0 T20 World Cup)
  • South Africa – Total 2 Men’s World Cups (1 ODI World Cups and 1 T20 World Cup)
  • West Indies – Total 2 Men’s World Cups (1 ODI World Cups and 1 T20 World Cup)
  • Bangladesh – Total 2 Men’s World Cups (1 ODI World Cups and 1 T20 World Cup)
  • New Zealand – Total 2 Men’s World Cups (2 ODI World Cups and 0 T20 World Cup)
2016 T20 World Cup was hosted in which country?

India

2015 ODI World Cup was hosted in which country?

Australia

Which country hosted the first Cricket World Cup?

England

Which team won the first Cricket World Cup?

West Indies


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