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ICC Champions Trophy

ICC Champions Trophy current holders India
ICC Champions Trophy current holders India

Originally known as the ICC Knockout when it was staged in 1998 in Dhaka, Bangladesh and in 2000 in Nairobi, Kenya. The event was renamed the ICC Champions Trophy in 2002 was held every two years until 2009 (when it was held in South Africa after the scheduled event in 2008 in Pakistan had to be cancelled). Subsequently the event moved to a four year cycle and features the top eight teams in the ICC one-day rankings.

The first round comprises two groups of four with the top two in each group progressing to the semi-finals and the winners contesting the final. The event is short, sharp and highly competitive.

The next ICC Champions Trophy takes place in 2017 between June 1 and 18 in England and Wales. To find out more about the event click here.   

For the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Media Accreditation Terms and Conditions (Non-Rights Holders), please click here.

For the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Media Accreditation Terms and Conditions (Rights Holders), please click here.

For the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 General Accreditation Terms and Conditions, please click here.

To read FAQs on media accreditation for the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 and ICC Women’s World Cup 2017, please click here

For the Brand and Content Protection Guidelines for the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 and the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017, please click here

For the official broadcasters of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017, please click here.

For the official digital clips licensees of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017, please click here.     

 

 

 

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