Complete Schedule Of ICC World Cup 2023 Trophy Tour: In one of the most-awaited moments, the International Cricket Council finally shared the prestigious trophy for the upcoming ODI World Cup 2023. The ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 Trophy was launched into the stratosphere, 120,000 feet above the earth before it made a stunning landing at the Narendra Modi Cricket Stadium in Ahmedabad.
An out-of-this-world moment for the cricketing world as the #CWC23 trophy unveiled in space. Marks a milestone of being one of the first official sporting trophies to be sent to space. Indeed a galactic start for the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup Trophy Tour in India. @BCCI @ICC… pic.twitter.com/wNZU6ByRI5
— Jay Shah (@JayShah) June 26, 2023
ODI World Cup 2023 Trophy Was Launched At The Narendra Modi Stadium
This stunning moment, that stole everyone’s heart, was made possible after the trophy was attached to a bespoke stratospheric balloon. Along with the trophy, the ICC has also announced the trophy tour ahead of the ODI World Cup 2023.
On the launch of the Trophy Tour, ICC Chief Executive Geoff Allardice said, “The ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Trophy Tour is an important milestone in the countdown to what will be the biggest ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup ever. This Tour will see the iconic silverware meet heads of states, launch community initiatives and support cricket development programmes in addition to visiting some of the most iconic landmarks around the globe.
“Cricket has more than a billion fans and we want to give as many people as possible the opportunity to get up close to this famous trophy that has been held aloft by some of the greatest legends of our sport.”
BCCI Secretary Jay Shah added, “Cricket unites India like no other sport and excitement is building across the country as we prepare to host the 10 best teams in the world over six weeks of heart-stopping cricket.
“As we countdown to the World Cup, the Trophy Tour is a fantastic chance for fans to be part of the event wherever they are. The Tour will travel extensively across India and seek to inspire communities to share the excitement of cricket’s greatest spectacle, while providing an opportunity to showcase iconic venues, cities and landmarks throughout the country.”
Meanwhile, the 2023 edition of the World Cup 2023 Trophy Tour will be the biggest by far. It will give an opportunity to the fans to connect with the prestigious silverware in various countries and cities around the globe. The tour will kickstart on June 27th and will travel to 18 countries around the world including India, USA, Kuwait, Bahrain, Malaysia, USA, Nigeria, Uganda, France, and Italy.
Check out the full schedule of the World Cup 2023 Trophy tour:
27 June – 14 July: India
15 – 16 July: New Zealand
17 – 18 July: Australia
19 – 21 July: Papua New Guinea
22 – 24 July: India
25 – 27 July: USA
28 – 30 July: West Indies
31 July – 4 August: Pakistan
5 – 6 August: Sri Lanka
7 – 9 August: Bangladesh
10 – 11 August: Kuwait
12 – 13 August: Bahrain
14 – 15 August: India
16 – 18 August: Italy
19 – 20 August: France
21 – 24 August: England
25 – 26 August: Malaysia
27 – 28 August: Uganda
29 – 30 August: Nigeria
31 August – 3 September: South Africa
From 4 September: India