ICC Announces Full Schedule For 2022 ICC Women’s World Cup

The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Tuesday announced the full schedule for the 2022 Women's World Cup which will be played in New Zealand.

The World Cup will see 31 matches played across 31 days between March 4 and April 3, 2022 — the first global women’s cricket event to be played since the T20 World Cup in Australia back in March 2020. The tournament was postponed from its original window in February-March 2021 due to Covid-19 pandemic.

ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 fixtures by venue:

(*denotes day/night)

Bay Oval, Tauranga

Fri Mar 04

New Zealand v Qualifier*

Sun Mar 06

Qualifier v India*

Tue Mar 08

Australia v Qualifier *

Fri Mar 11

Qualifier v South Africa*

Mon Mar 14

South Africa v England*

Wed Mar 16

England v India*

Fri Mar 18

Qualifier v Qualifier

University Oval, Dunedin

Sat Mar 05

Qualifier v South Africa

Mon Mar 07

New Zealand v Qualifier

Wed Mar 09

Qualifier v England

Seddon Park, Hamilton

Sat Mar 05

Australia v England*

Thu Mar 10

New Zealand v India*

Sat Mar 12

Qualifier v India*

Mon Mar 14

Qualifier v Qualifier

Thu Mar 17

New Zealand v South Africa*

Mon Mar 21

Qualifier v Qualifier*

Tue Mar 22

India v Qualifier*

Basin Reserve, Wellington

Sun Mar 13

New Zealand v Australia

Tue Mar 15

Australia v Qualifier

Tue Mar 22

South Africa v Australia

Thu Mar 24

South Africa v Qualifier

Fri Mar 25

Qualifier v Australia

Sun Mar 27

England v Qualifier

Wed Mar 30

Semi-Final 1

Eden Park, Auckland

Sat Mar 19

India v Australia*

Sun Mar 20

New Zealand v England

Hagley Oval, Christchurch

Thu Mar 24

England v Qualifier*

Sat Mar 26

New Zealand v Qualifier

Sun Mar 27

India v South Africa*

Thu Mar 31

Semi-Final 2*

Sun Apr 03


Speaking about Star India’s commitment to Women’s Cricket in the country, Sanjog Gupta, Head – Sports, Star India said, “At Star India, we have worked towards building a more inclusive sports ecosystem in the country, one which encourages women to compete at the highest level, watch as fans, participate at the grassroots level and work behind the scenes to deliver our broadcasts. The last five years have seen significant progress in women’s Cricket and recent success of the Women’s T20 challenge is an indicator of the same. We at Star India are proud to be associated with women’s cricket and are delighted to have contributed to its growth. The growing prominence of women's cricket and showcasing of Cricketers' journeys serve as an inspiration to young girls and encourages them to pick up the sport."

"Continuing our commitment to building women heroes for the country, Star Sports will have an exciting line-up of content leading up to the upcoming ICC Women’s World Cup and will present the tournament in multiple languages with an exciting line-up of surround programming including Cricket Live. The broadcast of the ICC Women’s World Cup has grown leaps and bounds. The 2017 ICC Women’s World Cup Final, one of the highest-rated sporting events of that year with a cumulative reach of 95mn, is testament to the growing fandoms for women’s cricket in India,” he added.


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