The ICC Champions Trophy is a One Day International (ODI) cricket tournament organised by the International Cricket Council (ICC), second in importance only to the Cricket World Cup. The cup started in 1998, and the 2017 tournament is to be hosted by England in June.

The tournament will take place between 8 major cricket teams including Pakistan, India, Australia, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, South Africa, and the hosting nation itself. Here’s everything you need to know about ICC Champions Trophy 2017:

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ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Schedule

 ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Schedule 
England vs Bangladesh01-JuneKennington Oval, London
3:00 PM IST
Australia vs New Zealand02-JuneEdgbaston, Birmingham
3:00 PM IST
Sri Lanka vs South Africa03-JuneKennington Oval, London
3:00 PM IST
India vs Pakistan04-JuneEdgbaston, Birmingham
3:00 PM IST
Australia vs Bangladesh 05-JuneKennington Oval, London
6:00 PM IST
 
England vs New Zealand06-JuneSophia Gardens, Cardiff
3:00 PM IST
 
Pakistan vs South Africa07-JuneEdgbaston, Birmingham
6:00 PM IST
 
India vs Sri Lanka in London

 

08-JuneKennington Oval, London
3:00 PM IST
 
New Zealand vs Bangladesh09-JuneSophia Gardens, Cardiff
3:00 PM IST
 
England vs Australia10-JuneEdgbaston, Birmingham
3:00 PM IST
 
India vs South Africa

 

11-JuneKennington Oval, London
3:00 PM IST
 
Sri Lanka vs Pakistan

 

12-JuneSophia Gardens, Cardiff
3:00 PM IST
 
1st Semi-Final (A1 v B2)

 

14-JuneSophia Gardens, Cardiff
3:00 PM IST
 
2nd Semi-Final (A2 v B1)

 

15-JuneEdgbaston, Birmingham
3:00 PM IST
 
Final18- JuneKennington Oval, London
3:00 PM IST
 

Tickets

You can purchase tickets at www.championstrophy.tickets.icc-cricket.com. However, before you can browse, you will have to create an account, if not existing. There are also some rules and regulations which need to be followed.

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Media Coverage

Sky Sports have exclusive rights to the tournament and will be broadcasting every game live – and they will be live on Five Live Sports Extra on radio.

ICC Champions Trophy’s Winners

The first ICC Champions Trophy tournament was held in 1998! The last tournament was held in 2013. Here is the list of all the champions:

1998 ICC Knock Out tournament

Won by  South Africa

2000 ICC Knock Out tournament

Won by  New Zealand

2002 ICC Champions Trophy

Won by  India/ Sri Lanka (Declared Co-Champions)

2004 ICC Champions Trophy

Won by  West Indies

2006 ICC Champions Trophy

Won by  Australia

2009 ICC Champions Trophy (postponed from 2008)

Won by  Australia

2013 ICC Champions Trophy

Won by  India

West Indies to Sit-Out & Bangladesh to Return

England and Wales will host the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy. The West Indies team, for the first time, didn’t qualify for the Champions Trophy after they failed to be among the top-eight in the ICC ODI Rankings by 30 September 2015. Bangladesh will return to the tournament in 11 years since their last appearance in 2006.

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