ICC: International Cricket Council – All you need to know

The International Cricket Council is the world governing body of cricket. It was established as a State Cricket Conference in 1909 by representatives from Australia, England and South Africa. It was renamed the World Cricket Conference in 1965, taking its current name in 1987.

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Headquarters: Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Founded: 15 June 1909
Deputy Chairman: Imran Khwaja
Chairman: Greg Barclay
Interim CEO: Geoff Allardice
Formation: 15 June 1909

ICC Logo:

ICC Logo
ICC Logo

ICC official Twitter account:


ICC (@ICC) · Twitter

ICC official website address – https://www.icc-cricket.com/

ICC Charman:

ICC recently appointed Geoff Allardice as ICC chairman. Earlier he was the chairman of New Zealand Cricket since 2012.

Geoff Allardice | Image credit – icc-cricket.com

ICC Teams and Ranking: ICC gives creating to the teams playing International crickets based on their performance. Below are the Items that play International Cricket matches and their current Test rating as below –

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

What is the role of the International Cricket Council?
The ICC is the world governing body of cricket. Representing 104 members, the ICC governs and regulates the game and works with our members to promote the game. The ICC is also responsible for organizing all ICC events.

What is the net worth of ICC?
$17.57 million

Which is the richest cricket board in the world in 2021?
BCCI