Champion trophy 2017 schedule, Team Images, Previous Champions

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Champion Trophy 2017 schedule and Teams

Champions Trophy One Day International tournament will be contested by top 8 sides in the world. India are the defending champions of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 and will look to win their record third title. Take a look at 2017 ICC Champions Trophy Schedule, Squads, and List of Players. List of Champion trophy 2017 schedule, Team Images, Previous Champions

champion trophy 2017 schedule
01 Jun

England vs Bangladesh in London

England won by 8 wkts


02 Jun

Australia vs New Zealand in Birmingham

Edgbaston, Birmingham

3:00 PM IST


03 Jun

Sri Lanka vs South Africa in London

Kennington Oval, London
3:00 PM IST


04 Jun

India vs Pakistan in Birmingham

Edgbaston, Birmingham
3:00 PM IST


05 Jun

Australia vs Bangladesh in London

Kennington Oval, London
6:00 PM IST


06 Jun

England vs New Zealand in Cardiff

Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
3:00 PM IST


07 Jun

Pakistan vs South Africa in Birmingham

Edgbaston, Birmingham
6:00 PM IST


08 Jun

India vs Sri Lanka in London

Kennington Oval, London
3:00 PM IST


09 Jun

New Zealand vs Bangladesh in Cardiff

Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
3:00 PM IST


10 Jun

England vs Australia in Birmingham

Edgbaston, Birmingham
3:00 PM IST


11 Jun

India vs South Africa in London

Kennington Oval, London
3:00 PM IST


12 Jun

Sri Lanka vs Pakistan in Cardiff

Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
3:00 PM IST


14 Jun

1st Semi-Final (A1 v B2)

Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
3:00 PM IST


15 Jun

2nd Semi-Final (A2 v B1)

Edgbaston, Birmingham
3:00 PM IST


18 Jun

Final

Kennington Oval, London
3:00 PM IST


Champion trophy 2017 Teams | champion trophy 2017 schedule

champion trophy 2017 schedule

  1. Australia
  2. Bangladesh
  3. England
  4. India
  5. New Zealand
  6. Pakistan
  7. South Africa
  8. Sri Lanka
  9. West Indies
  10. Zimbabwe

Champion Trophy  Previous Champions

1998 – South Africa (Hosts – Bangladesh, Runner-up – West Indies) – 9 teams participated

2000 – New Zealand (Hosts – Kenya, Runner-up – India) – 11 teams participated

2002 – India and Sri Lanka joint winners after the final was washed out twice (including reserve day) (Hosts – Sri Lanka) – 12 teams participated

2004 – West Indies (Hosts – England, Runner-up – England) – 12 teams participated

2006 – Australia (Hosts – India, Runner-up – West Indies) – 10 teams participated

2009 – Australia (Hosts – South Africa, Runner-up – New Zealand) – 8 teams participated

2013 – India (Hosts – England, Runner-up – England) – 8 teams participated


 

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