Wednesday 17 October 2012 

Champions Trophy 2013 Launched In London

Champions Trophy 2013 Launched In London
Champions Trophy 2013 Launched In London
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Tickets for the ICC Champions Trophy 2013 will go on sale on 5th November after the tournament was officially launched in London.

The competition featured the eight highest ranked One-Day International sides in the world and will get underway on 6th June next year with The Oval, Edgbaston and the Cardiff Wales Stadium hosting.

After the teams are split into two groups, the top two from each group progress to the semi-finals and the final will be held on 23rd June at Edgbaston.

Fans can register their interest at icc-cricket.com and tickets are available from prices as low as £5 for juniors and £10 for under-21s.

"We have the top eight sides in the 50-over format taking part at three world class venues competing for national pride as nation takes on nation," ICC Chief Executive David Richardson said.

"With the action on a daily basis in the group stages of this competition, cricket lovers have the chance to live every ball of every match every day.

"We also know that because of the diversity of cultures in the United Kingdom that each team taking part can be guaranteed ‘home support’ and because the demand for tickets will be so high we urge everyone to reserve their place at this special tournament as soon as possible."

Steve Elworthy, Tournament Director, said: "We cannot wait for the start of the ICC Champions Trophy in June 2013, and are delighted to announce ticket details for the tournament.  In a summer packed full of cricket, we’ve ensured that fans across England and Wales can enjoy world class cricket at exceptional value. A family of four can enjoy a day of fantastic cricket from just £50."

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CT 2013 Fixtures

Fixtures & Results

6th June: India v South Africa, Cardiff
IND 331-7 beat RSA 305 by 26 runs: Report
7th June: Pakistan v West Indies, London
WIN 172-8 beat PAK 170 by 2 wickets: Report
8th June: England v Australia, Birmingham
ENG 269-6 beat AUS 221-9 by 48 runs: Report
9th June: New Zealand v Sri Lanka, Cardiff
NZL 139-9 beat SRI 138 by 1 wicket: Report
10th June: Pakistan v South Africa, Birmingham
RSA 234-9 beat PAK 167 by 67 runs: Report
11th June: India v West Indies, London
IND 236-2 beat WIN 233-9 by 8 wickets: Report
12th June: Australia v New Zealand, Birmingham
AUS 243-8 v NZL 51-2 - match abandoned: Report
13th June: England v Sri Lanka, The Oval
SRI 297-3 beat ENG 293-7 by 7 wickets: Report
15th June: India v Pakistan, Birmingham
IND 102-2 beat PAK 165 by 8 wickets: Report
16th June: England v New Zealand, Cardiff
ENG 169 beat NZL 159-8 by 10 runs: Report
17th June: Australia v Sri Lanka, London
SRI 253-8 beat AUS 233 by 20 runs: Report
19th June: Semi-Final, London
ENG 179-3 beat RSA 175 by 7 wickets: Report
20th June: Semi-Final, Cardiff
IND 182-2 beat SRI 181-8 by 8 wickets: Report
23rd June: Final, Birmingham
IND 129-7 beat ENG 124-8 by 5 runs: Report
 

Champions Trophy History

Previous Winners


1998: South Africa

2000: New Zealand

2002: India/Sri Lanka

2004: West Indies

2006: Australia

2009: Australia