Full Schedule for 2022 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup

After a year’s delay, the ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 finally gets underway in March next year. Being hosted by New Zealand, the eight-team tournament consists of Australia, India, England, South Africa who qualified based on the 2017-2020 ICC Women’s Championship along with West Indies, Pakistan, and Bangladesh who made it on the basis of their ranking after the Qualifiers were called off last month due to detection of the new Covid variant, Omicron while the host, New Zealand made an automatic qualification.

Full Schedule for 2022 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup
Full Schedule for 2022 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup

 

The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Tuesday announced the schedule for the big tournament which won’t be following a group system and instead would see each of the eight teams competing at least once against each other and the top four advancing to the knockout stage.

The host, White Ferns would be playing West Indies in the opening match at the Bay Oval in Tauranga which would be followed by a doubleheader on March 5 as Bangladesh would take on South Africa at the University Oval, Dunedin earlier in the day while the cricketing rivals Australia and England play later in the day at the Seddon Park, Hamilton and the other arch-rivals, India and Pakistan will be up against each other the next day at the Bay Oval. Being played across six New Zealand cities- Auckland, Christchurch, Dunedin, Hamilton, Tauranga, and Wellington, the league stage will go on till March 27 following the first semi-final on March 30 at the Basin Reserve in Wellington and the second on March 31 at Hagley Oval in Christchurch which is also the venue for the Finals on April 3. Both the semi-finals and the finals have a reserved day in place.

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Find the full schedule below-:

Group Stage:

Date Teams Venue
Friday, 4th March New Zealand v West Indies Bay Oval, Tauranga
Saturday, 5th March Bangladesh v South Africa University Oval, Dunedin
Saturday, 5th March Australia v England Seddon Park, Hamilton
Sunday, 6th March India v Pakistan Bay Oval, Tauranga
Monday, 7th March New Zealand v Bangladesh University Oval, Dunedin
Tuesday, 8th March Australia v Pakistan Bay Oval, Tauranga
Wednesday, 9th March England v West Indies University Oval, Dunedin
Thursday, 10th March New Zealand v India Seddon Park, Hamilton
Friday, 11th March Pakistan v South Africa Bay Oval, Tauranga
Saturday, 12th March India v West Indies Seddon Park, Hamilton
Sunday, 13th March New Zealand v Australia Basin Reserve, Wellington
Monday, 14th March England v South Africa Bay Oval, Tauranga
Monday, 14th March Bangladesh v Pakistan Seddon Park, Hamilton
Tuesday, 15th March Australia v West Indies Basin Reserve, Wellington
Wednesday, 16th March England v India Bay Oval, Tauranga
Thursday, 17th March New Zealand v South Africa Seddon Park, Hamilton
Friday, 18th March Bangladesh v West Indies Bay Oval, Tauranga
Saturday, 19th March Australia v India Eden Park, Auckland
Sunday, 20th Match New Zealand v England Eden Park, Auckland
Monday, 21st March Pakistan v West Indies Seddon Park, Hamilton
Tuesday, 22nd March Australia v South Africa Basin Reserve, Wellington
Tuesday, 22nd March India v Bangladesh Seddon Park, Hamilton
Thursday, 24th March South Africa v West Indies Basin Reserve, Wellington
Thursday, 24th March England v Pakistan Hagley Oval, Christchurch
Friday, 25th March Australia v Bangladesh Basin Reserve, Wellington
Saturday, 26th March New Zealand v Pakistan Hagley Oval, Christchurch
Sunday, 27th March England v Bangladesh Basin Reserve, Wellington
Sunday, 27th March India v South Africa Hagley Oval, Christchurch
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Knockout Stage:

Date Teams Venue
Wednesday, 30th March TBA v TBA Basin Reserve, Wellington
Thursday, 31st March TBA v TBA Hagley Oval, Christchurch
Sunday, 3rd April TBA v TBA Hagley Oval, Christchurch

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