ICC Intercontinental Cup

The ICC Intercontinental Cup is the ICC’s premier first-class tournament, and is an integral part of the Associate Members’ cricket schedule. It is played over two and a half years and consists of eight teams playing four day matches in a home or away format

​Scotland won the first ICC Intercontinental Cup in 2004, beating Canada in the final, then Ireland was victorious in the following three events since, beating Kenya in the 2005 decider, Canada in the 2006-07 event, and Namibia in 2007-08 event. In 2009-10, Afghanistan won the competition for the first time. In the most recent event which concluded in 2013 Ireland won a fourth Intercontinental Cup crown as they completed an historic treble of associate trophies in the calendar year of 2013 to go with their ICC World Cricket League Championship and ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier titles.

Participating Teams (2015-17)
Hong Kong

The next ICC Intercontinental Cup is due to take place between 2019-21. For more information on the ICC Intercontinental Cup click here