The 2020 European Cricket League aka ECL20 was the second edition of the tournament, originally scheduled from May 31 to June 7, 2020 at La Manga Club in Spain. However, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic the tournament was postponed until 2021, on 18th March 2020.
The European Cricket League was framed in 2019 with a goal to develop and popularize cricket in the European continent. The tournament was played in the T-10 format. It's the cricket equivalent of the UEFA Champions League. Similar to UCL, clubs all around Europe that are champions in domestic tournaments in their respective countries participate in the ECL.
The inaugural tournament was hosted at the La Manga Club, Spain. Only 8 clubs participated in the 2019 ECL. VOC Rotterdam were crowned the first champions of the tournament after defeating the SG Findorff by 101 runs in the final. Sixteen champion teams from 15 countries were supposed to feature in the European Cricket League T10 2020.
|Swardeston Cricket Club||Swardeston|
|Germany FCA 04 United Stars Darmstadt||Darmstadt|
|Sweden Lund Cricket Club||Lund|
|Finland Helsinki Cricket Club||Helsinki|
|Scotland Forfarshire Cricket Club||Dundee|
|Netherlands HBS Craeyenhout||The Hague|
|Romania Cluj Cricket Club||Cluj-Napoca|
|Russia Moscow Foxes||Moscow|
|Netherlands Volharding Olympia Combinatie||Rotterdam|
|Italy Latina Cricket Club||Latina|
|Norway Bjørvika Cricket Club||Oslo|
|Belgium Ostend Exiles||Ostend|
|Ireland C.I.Y.M.S. Cricket Club||Belfast|
|Denmark Skanderborg Stingrays||Skanderborg|
|Spain Minhaj Cricket Club||Barcelona|
|France Dreux Cricket Club||Dreux|
ECL 2019 was on live TV & even streamed around the world in over 120 countries via almost 40 broadcasters. The new English Cricket Network was supposed to host all broadcasting for the ECL 2020, along with news, photos and videos. However due to the Covid-19 pandemic the tournament was postponed till 2021.