Men’s Cricket World Cup competition was first held in 1975. Since then, most of the editions have been organised at the interval of 4 years. Most of the men’s national teams of the members of the International Cricket Council (ICC) take part in this tournament. we share Cricket World Cup Winners List.
Hereby we have presented full list of winners since 1975, covering runners-up as well as venue of the final match in PDF format. It is to be noted that Australia has been the most successful team by winning 5 editions. India has won the Cricket world cup twice (in 1983 and 2011). we share Cricket World Cup Winners List.
Cricket World Cup Winners List Since 1975
|Year||Winner||Runner-up||Venue of Final Match|
|1975||West Indies||Australia||Lords, London, UK|
|1979||West Indies||England||Lords, London, UK|
|1983||India||West Indies||Lords, London, UK|
|1987||Australia||England||Eden Gardens, Kolkata, India|
|1992||Pakistan||England||MCG, Melbourne, Australia|
|1996||Sri Lanka||Australia||Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore, Pakistan|
|1999||Australia||Pakistan||Lords, London, UK|
|2003||Australia||India||Wanderers, Johannesburg, South Africa|
|2007||Australia||Sri Lanka||Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados|
|2011||India||Sri Lanka||Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai, India|
|2015||Australia||New Zealand||MCG, Melbourne, Australia|
|2019||England||New Zealand||Lords, London, UK|