World cricket champions

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There are a number of different world cricket championships, which are listed here in chronological order of commencement. All except the Olympics are held under the auspices of the International Cricket Council.

Olympics

Cricket has been included in the Olympics only once.

  • 1900 Great Britain

World Cup

  • 1975 West Indies
  • 1979 West Indies
  • 1983 India
  • 1987 Australia
  • 1992 Pakistan
  • 1996 Sri Lanka
  • 1999 Australia
  • 2003 Australia
  • 2007 Australia
  • 2011 India
  • 2015 Australia

Champions Trophy

  • 1998 South Africa
  • 2000 New Zealand
  • 2002 tie India / Sri Lanka}
  • 2004 West Indies
  • 2006 Australia
  • 2009 Australia
  • 2013 India
  • 2017 Pakistan

Test Championship and One Day International Championship

These work by rolling recalculation on the basis of continual matches, and were started in 2001 and 2002 respectively. There seems to be no complete record available of who was champion when. From the partial information available it would seem that they have been held by Australia for most of the time and South Africa for most of the remainder. See ICC Test and ODI Championship Rankings for such details as are available.

Twenty20

  • 2007 India
  • 2009 Pakistan
  • 2010 England
  • 2012 West Indies
  • 2014 Sri Lanka
  • 2016 West Indies