ICC World Cup Qualifier

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ICC World Cup Qualifier

2009 Official logo
Administrator International Cricket Council
Format One Day International
First tournament 1979
Tournament format multiple (refer to article)
Number of teams 12
Current champion  Scotland (2nd title)
Most successful  Zimbabwe (3 titles)
Most runs Kenya Maurice Odumbe (1173)
Most wickets Netherlands Roland Lefebvre (71)

The ICC World Cup Qualifier (formerly ICC Trophy) is an international one-day cricket tournament run under the auspices of the International Cricket Council. Any Associate or Affiliate member of the ICC may attempt to qualify for the ICC Trophy by means of a system of regional qualifying events. The test-playing Full members do not take part. Zimbabwe have won the event the most, with three successive titles from 1982 to 1990.

Three current Test nations, Zimbabwe, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, have won the ICC Trophy, and can no longer defend their title unless they decide to resign their Test status, which would make them eligible to compete again in the ICC Trophy. Sri Lanka who won the first edition of ICC Trophy in 1979, later went on to win the Cricket World Cup in 1996.

The 2005 ICC Trophy took place in Ireland, and the top five of the 12 competing teams will be granted One Day International status for matches amongst themselves and against the 10 ICC full members. This status will need to be renewed at the next ICC Trophy tournament in 2009 for all six of the associate members (including Kenya). The top five finishers also qualified for the 2007 Cricket World Cup in the West Indies.

Previous finals

Year Host nation Final venue Winner Result Runner Up
1979  England Worcester  Sri Lanka
324 for 8 (60 overs)
Sri Lanka won by 60 runs  Canada
264 for 5 (60 overs)
1982  England Leicester  Zimbabwe
232 for 5 (54.3 overs)
Zimbabwe won by five wickets  Bermuda
231 for 8 (60 overs)
1986  England London  Zimbabwe
243 for 9 (60 overs)
Zimbabwe won by 25 runs  Netherlands
218 all out (58.4 overs)
1990  Netherlands The Hague  Zimbabwe
198 for 4 (54.2 overs)
Zimbabwe won by six wickets  Netherlands
197 for 9 (60 overs)
1994  Kenya Nairobi  United Arab Emirates
282 for 8 (49.1 overs)
UAE won by two wickets  Kenya
281 for 6 (50 overs)
1997  Malaysia Kuala Lumpur  Bangladesh
166 for 8 (25 overs)
Bangladesh won by two wickets
(Duckworth-Lewis method)
241 for 7 (50 overs)
2001  Canada Toronto  Netherlands
196 for 8 (50 overs)
Netherlands won by two wickets  Namibia
195 for 9 (50 overs)
2005 Ireland Ireland Dublin  Scotland
324 for 8 (50 overs)
Scotland won by 47 runs  Ireland
277 for 9 (50 overs)
2009  South Africa Centurion  Ireland
188 for 1 (42.3 overs)
Ireland won by 9 wickets  Canada
185 all out (48 overs)
2014 New Zealand New Zealand Lincoln  Scotland
285 for 5 (50 overs)
Scotland won by 41 runs  United Arab Emirates
244 for 9 (50 overs)
2018 Bangladesh Bangladesh TBA


TeamChampionsRunner UpNotes
 Zimbabwe30Full member since 1992
 Bangladesh10Full member since 2000
 Sri Lanka10Full member since 1981
 United Arab Emirates11

Teams' performances

Team 1979 1982 1986 1990 1994 1997 2001 2005 2009 2014 2018
England England England Netherlands Kenya Malaysia Canada Republic of Ireland South Africa New Zealand Bangladesh
 Afghanistan R2 ODI
 Argentina R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1
 Bangladesh R1 4th R1 SF R2 1st Test
 Bermuda SF 2nd 4th R1 4th R1 PO 4th R1
 Canada 2nd R1 R1 R2 R2 R2 3rd 3rd 2nd R1
 Denmark SF × 3rd R2 6th R2 R2 8th R1
 Fiji R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1
 France R1
 Germany R1
 Gibraltar R1 R1 R1 WS R1 R1
 Hong Kong R1 R1 R1 R2 R2 R1 3rd
 Ireland R2 4th R2 2nd 1st ODI
 Israel R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1
 Italy R1 ×
 Kenya R1 R1 SF 2nd 2nd ODI 4th 5th
 Malaysia R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1
 Namibia 5th R1 2nd 7th R2 6th
   Nepal R1 R1
 Netherlands R1 R1 2nd 2nd 3rd R2 1st 5th 3rd R1
 Oman R1 R1
 Papua New Guinea R1 3rd R1 R2 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 4th
 Scotland 3rd 4th 1st R2 1st
 Singapore R1 R1 × R1 WS R1 R1
 Sri Lanka 1st Test
 Uganda PO R1 R1 R1
 United Arab Emirates 1st R1 R2 6th R2 2nd
 United States R1 R1 R1 R2 R2 R1 R2 R1
 Zimbabwe 1st 1st 1st Test
Defunct teams
East Africa R1 R1 R1
East and Central Africa R1 WS R1 R1
West Africa R1 WS R1 ×
 Wales R1

ICC Trophy records

Team records

Individual records

See also

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