ICC cricket World Cup won by five different teams so far. Australia won 4 times also with a treble, West Indies and India both win two times, Pakistan and Sri Lanka both win only one times. India and Sri Lanka are the only host’s country to win the tournament when they co-hosted the competition.
ICC World Cup Past Winners:
Winner Runner-Up Host Country Year
West Indies Australia England 1975
West Indies England England 1979
India West Indies England 1983
Australia England India & Pakistan 1987
Pakistan England Australia & New Zealand 1992
Sri Lanka Australia India, Pakistan & Sri Lanka 1996
Australia Pakistan England 1999
Australia India South Africa, Kenya, & Zimbabwe 2003
Australia Sri Lanka West Indies 2007
India Sri Lanka Bangladesh, India, and Sri Lanka 2011
—— —— Australia & New Zealand 2015
ICC One Day Cricket World Cup was start from 1975. 2015 World Cup is its 11th edition. This edition will be hosted by Australia and New Zealand. This 2 country was host another world cup at 1992. Where Pakistan was the champion. At the last tournament India was the champion. This was there 2nd World Cup title.
Australia is the most successful team, who win this title for 4 times. They won this 3 times in a row for as first team. At 1987 Australia won this for the first time by defeat England in England. After 1999 they won this, 3 times in a row.
Current champion India and West Indies won ICC World Cup title for two times. West Indies won this at the first 2 world cup as well as India won the third. After first 2 World Cup, West Indies never reached at final.
Sri Lanka and Pakistan won World Cup for single time. Pakistan won it at 1992 and Sri Lanka at 1996.
The big teams of the cricket playing nation England, South Africa, and New Zealand can’t win this title for a single time. England is the 3 times Runner-Up but South African and New Zealand can play at the final any time. Australia and Sri Lanka is the 2 time runner-up also.
Champion Title Year
Australia 1987, 1999, 2003, 2007
West Indies 1975, 1979
India 1983, 2011
Sri Lanka 1996