ICC World Cricket League

ICC WCL involves a number of members
ICC WCL involves a number of members

The ICC World Cricket League (ICC WCL) was created in 2007 to provide regular playing opportunities for similar standard ICC Associate Members (AMs) in an international 50-over competition structure. The ICC World Cricket League currently includes five divisions. Each division has six teams, except for ICC WCL Division 5 which has eight teams. Each divisional event is played approximately every 12 - 18 months and lasts 8 to 10 days in a round robin format. Promotion and relegation takes place between divisions.

The ICC World Cricket League Championship (ICC WCLC) is an elite 50 over competition played between leading Associate Members. The ICC WCLC is the pathway for participating teams to play in the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier, the 2015-2017 edition will culminate with the winner being crowned at the end of 2017. The next edition will take place between 2019-21. 

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