T20 World Cup Winners List From 2007 To 2002: Full List of Champions

The only team to win two t-20 world cups in the last 15 years was England. World Cup Tournaments are the most sought-after of all the cricket leagues. There was just a World Cup at first for 50-over games. However, the T20 World Cup began in 2007 due to the growing popularity of short-form cricket.

Since then, this competition has developed a unique spark and cult following. If you like cricket, you probably can’t wait to see the T20 World Cup in 2022. That will shortly start. Before that, however, we have put together this page to remind us of the T20 World Cup winners.

Since then, this competition has developed a unique spark and cult following. If you like cricket, you probably can’t wait to see the T20 World Cup in 2022. That will shortly start. Before that, however, we have put together this page to remind us of the T20 World Cup winners.

T-20 men’s world cup winner list from 2007 to 2022

T20 World Cup YearWinners ListRunner upsPlayer of the SeriesTop run scorerHostHighest wicket-taker
2007IndiaPakistanShahid AfridiMatthew HaydenAustraliaUmar Gul
2009PakistanSri LankaTillakaratne DilshanTillakaratne DilshanEnglandUmar Gul
2010EnglandAustraliaKevin PietersenMahela JayawardeneWest IndiesDirk Nannes
2012West IndiesSri LankaShane WatsonShane WatsonSri LankaAjantha Mendis
2014Sri LankaIndiaVirat KohliVirat KohliBangladeshAhsan Malik and Imran Tahir
2016West IndiesEnglandVirat KohliTamim IqbalIndiaMohammad Nabi
2020Postponed due to COVID-19Australia
2021AustraliaNew ZealandDavid WarnerBabar AzamUAE and OmanWanindu Hasaranga
2022EnglandPakistanSam CurranVirat KohliAustraliaWanindu Hasaranga

The first Cricket World Cup ever held in England was contested in 1975, and it consisted of several one-day matches of 60 overs apiece. Previously, 50-over one-day contests called the Men’s World Cup were contested. After several years, the form was altered, and the 20-over T20 World Cup was created. 

The T20 World Cup is held every two years, whereas the 50-over ICC ODI Men’s World Cup is held every four years.

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Men’s world cup winner list from 1970 to 2022(50 overs)

T20 World Cup Winners List

The ICC hosts the Cricket World Cup, one of the greatest sporting events in the world, once every four years. The most renowned of the numerous sports performed throughout the globe, it is a premium ODI Cricket competition organized and supervised internationally.

YearWorld Cup WinnerRunners UpPlayer of the SeriesTop Run scorerHighest Wicket TakerHost
1975West IndiesAustraliaClive LloydGlenn TurnerGary GilmourEngland
1979West IndiesEnglandViv RichardsGordon GreenidgeMike HendrickEngland
1983IndiaWest IndiesMohinder AmarnathDavid GowerRoger BinnyEngland
1987AustraliaEnglandDavid BoonGraham GoochCraig McdermottIndia & Pakistan
1992PakistanEnglandWasim AkramMartin CroweWasim AkramAustralia & New Zealand
1996Sri LankaAustraliaAravinda De SilvaSachin TendulkarAnil KumbleIndia, Pakistan & Sri Lanka
1999AustraliaPakistanShane WarneRahul DravidShane WarneEngland
2003AustraliaIndiaRicky PontingSachin TendulkarChaminda VaasSouth Africa, Zimbabwe & Kenya
2007AustraliaSri LankaAdam GilchristMatthew HaydenGlenn McgrathWest Indies
2011IndiaSri LankaYuvraj SinghTillakaratne DilshanZaheer Khan & Shahid AfridiBangladesh, India & Sri Lanka
2015AustraliaNew ZealandJames FaulknerMartin GuptillMitchell StarcAustralia & New Zealand
2019EnglandNew ZealandKane WilliamsonRohit SharmaMitchell StarcEngland

T-20 women’s world cup winner list from 2007 to 2022

With the inaugural competition in England in 1973, the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup is the oldest international competition in the sport. The ICC Women’s T20 World Cup is another international Twenty20 cricket event. Games are played like ODIs over 50 overs per side.

The ICC is now organizing the World Cup (ICC). It was run by a different organization, the International Women’s Cricket Council until the two organizations amalgamated in 2005. (IWCC). Two years before the first men’s competition, England hosted the first World Cup in 1973.

YearWinnerRunner upsPlayer of the SeriesTop Run scorerHighest Wicket TakerVenue
2009EnglandNew ZealandClaire TaylorClaire TaylorHolly ColvinLondon
2010AustraliaNew ZealandNicola BrowneSara McGlashanDiana DavidBridgetown
2012AustraliaEnglandCharlotte EdwardsHarmanpreet KaurJulie HunterColombo
2014AustraliaEnglandAnya ShrubsoleMeg LanningAnya ShrubsoleDhaka
2016West IndiesAustraliaStafanie TaylorStafanie TaylorLeigh KasperekKolkata
2018AustraliaEnglandAlyssa HealyAJ HealyDeandra DottinNorth Sound
2020AustraliaIndiaBeth MooneyAJ HealyAnya ShrubsoleMelbourne
2022AustraliaEnglandAlyssa HealyAlyssa HealyAnya ShrubsoleNew Zealand

Women’s world cup winner list from 1970 to 2022(50 overs)

YearWinnerRunners UpPlayer of the seriesTop Run ScorerHighest Wicket TakerFinals Venue
2022AustraliaEnglandAlyssa Healy’sAlyssa HealySophie EcclestoneHagley Oval, Christchurch
2017EnglandIndiaTammy BeaumontTammy BeaumontDane van NiekerkLord’s, London
2013AustraliaWest IndiesSuzie BatesSuzie BatesMegan SchuttBrabourne Stadium, Mumbai
2009EnglandNew ZealandClaire TaylorSarah TaylorLaura MarshNorth Sydney Oval‎, ‎Sydney
2005AustraliaIndiaKaren RoltonCharlotte EdwardsNeetu DavidSuperSport Park, Centurion
2000New ZealandAustraliaLisa KeightleyKaren RoltonCharmaine MasonBert Sutcliffe Oval in Lincoln
1997AustraliaNew ZealandDebbie HockleyDebbie HockleyKatrina KeenanEden Gardens, Kolkata
1993EnglandNew ZealandJan BrittinJan BrittinKaren SmithiesLondon
1988AustraliaEnglandCarole HodgesLindsay ReelerLyn FullstonMelbourne Cricket Ground
1982AustraliaEnglandEngland’s Jan BrittinJan BrittinLyn FullstonLancaster Park, Christchurch
1978AustraliaEnglandMargaret JenningsMargaret JenningsSharyn HillLal Bahadur Shastri Stadium, Hyderabad
1973EnglandAustraliaBakewellEnid BakewellRosalind HeggsEdgbaston

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Who won the most t20 world cup?

West Indies is the most successful team in terms of winning two ICC T20 Cricket World Cups—in 2012 and 2016.

2. How many t20 world cups has India won?

India has reached the T20 World Cup 2022 semi-finals. The Indian cricket team only triumphed in the first 2007 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup. MS Dhoni led India to a five-run victory against Pakistan in the championship game at Johannesburg’s Wanderers Stadium.

3. Who has the most century in t20?

India’s Rohit Sharma tops the list with four T20I hundreds.

4. Who hits the longest six in cricket history?

When he hit a 153-meter six against South Africa in the third One-Day International in Johannesburg on March 17, 2013, Pakistani cricketer Shahid Afridi held the unofficial for the longest six in cricket history.

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