It’s now less than four months from the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 final, which is set to be held on 8 March and is being billed as the biggest women’s cricket match ever and serves as an example of the spectacular growth of women’s cricket in recent times. The World Cup could all culminate in a 92,000-person packed MCG on International Women’s Day, showcasing hopefully what is one of the best Australian cricket teams the country has put forward.
The T20 World Cup is the International Cricket Council’s pinnacle global event in the fastest growing format of the game. For the first time, the ICC Women’s and Men’s T20 World Cups will be held as standalone events in the same country and in the same year.
The 10 best women’s teams will compete in 23 matches from 21 February – 8 March 2020.
The first round of the World Cup competition begins on Friday 21 February with an opening ceremony at Sydney Showground when Australia takes on India at the Sydney Showground. Discover all the matches, venues and buy tickets here.