ICC Womens T20 World Cup 2023 Venues

Last Modified Feb 03, 2023 16:34 IST

The 2023 Women’s T20 World Cup is just 10 days away as South Africa gears up to host the 8th edition of the tournament. The championship will take place between February 10th, 2023 to February 26th, 2023.

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Three venues have been finalized, where a total of 23 matches will be played. The proud stadiums to host the competition are as follows:

St George’s Park, Gqeberha, South Africa: The stadium is situated in Gqeberha (earlier Port Elizabeth). It comes under the Port Elizabeth Cricket Club, which is amongst the oldest of cricket clubs in the country. The ground has hosted a number of international cricket matches, of various formats. Its speciality lies in the brass band which plays at the time of action, which adds an entertaining element for the fans and spectators to vibe on.

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Boland Park, Paarl, South Africa: The cricket stadium is one of the highly used ones in the Rainbow nation. It has been home to the Boland cricket team as well as the Cape Cobras. With a seating capacity of 10,000 spectators, the stadium has grasslands which create a picnic vibe for the people who bring in their mats, and foods, dance and enjoy the game as it unfolds.

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Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town, South Africa: With Table Mountain and Devil’s Peak surrounding the ground, The Newlands stadium has one of the most stunning and breathtaking views in the world. The ground is the home ground of the Cape Cobras, a team which competes in the Sunfoil Series, RamSlam Pro20, and Momentum 1 Day Cup.

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Tournament Director, Russell Adams said, "The Eastern and Western Cape are prime cricket and tourist locations with great facilities and infrastructure," "We have no doubt that these venues will step up to make this a memorable and uniquely African celebration of cricket for the local and international fans attending the event."

Before the official tournament gets started, the warm-ups will take place between 6th February - 8th February 2023. 10 matches will be played during this phase where each team will play two matches. As for the venues, Western Province Cricket Club, Stellenbosch University 1, Newlands, and Boland Park will host the warm-up fixtures.

Ten teams will clash in the 2023 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup including: Australia, India, South Africa, Sri Lanka, New Zealand, West Indies, England, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Ireland.

The teams have been bifurcated into two groups, which are as follows:

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