The ICC Cricket World Cup (CWC) takes place every four years, featuring 10 teams and is the culmination of a global qualification process that runs over a 5-6 year period.
The top eight teams in the ICC one-day rankings at the given date (approximately 18 months prior to the CWC) qualify automatically. The final two teams come from the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier which takes place in the year prior to the Cricket World Cup. This event is the culmination of the ICC World Cricket League series and regional qualification events which provide the opportunity for every ICC Member to progress through the qualification process and participate in the ICC CWC.
All teams play each other in a full round robin format with the top four teams progressing to the semi-finals and the winners contesting the ICC CWC final.
Tickets for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, which will be hosted across England and Wales, go on sale this year (2018).
Register now for priority access to the ticket ballot which opens on Tuesday 1st May 2018.There will then be a public ticket ballot in July.
Ticket prices and the full match schedule will be announced at the end of March. The tournament, which will take place between 30 May and 14 July 2019, will see the ten best ODI teams compete for the biggest prize in men’s cricket.
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