ICC Members

The work of the ICC Development Programme is delivered through five regional offices across the globe. Follow the links below to find out about the work of ICC Regions.

ICC Africa works to ensure the development of the game across 19 Member countries. From Botswana to Sierra Leone and from Mali to Mozambique, the game is thriving across the continent.
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ICC Americas has initiated a far-reaching program of opportunities, education and awareness, that by the end of the decade, will see all member countries in the region participating in official regional senior ICC events, a 100% increase in the number of countries taking part in official regional junior ICC tournaments, the establishment of a panel for qualified umpires including for the very first time officials representing regional Affiliate nations, and much, much more.
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The Asian Cricket Council has a goal of increasing the number of Asian teams in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015. Through High Performance Programmes, it hopes to continue the standard of cricket of the elite players within the region.
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East Asia-Pacific 
The EAP region has recorded significant growth since the inception of the ICC Development Programme in 1996 and the establishment of the EAP regional office in 1999. In the first 10 years of EAP operations, numbers have doubled, and in some cases tripled in key areas such as senior playing, junior playing, coaching and umpiring. Click here for more details

The ICC European Development Programme started in 1997 and now involves 12 Associate and 20 Affiliate member countries. The programme is delivered by the ICC Europe regional team of eight staff from their headquarters at Lord's Cricket Ground in London, and headed up by the ICC Regional Development Manager for Europe.
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