Lord’s To Host Final of 2017 ICC Women’s World cup on 23 July


11th Edition of the ICC women’s World Cup Final will be schedule to played on 23rd July 2017 at Lords between the Two Top teams of the tournament. Total Eight Teams are participate in this contest to Become the champions of the ICC Women’s World cup 2017 Trophy in a Period of 24th June to 23rd July 2017.

The top four sides from the league stage will qualify to the semi-finals, the winners of which will play in the final at Lord’s venue on July 23.

Earlier England country hosted the inaugural Women’s World Cup, way back in 1973, and again in 1993 year. and both occasion England team was victorious and won the title for a third occasion in Sydney in 2009.

“At a global level, the introduction of the ICC Women’s Championship has made our game more competitive and exciting than ever before,” said ICC’s chair of Women’s Cricket Committee, Clare Connor. “It has created global context and meaning to all our ODI series whereby the result of every match has a direct impact on qualification for next summer’s World Cup

“In this country, last summer’s record-breaking attendances for the Women’s Ashes series showed there is a growing audience and appetite for women’s cricket – we witnessed excellent crowds, including full houses at Chelmsford and Hove, coupled with growing media and commercial interest.

“The launch of the new Women’s Cricket Super League here later this year will give the women’s game another significant fillip and help set the stage for what promises to be a fantastic showcase for our sport next summer.”

Lord's Stadium to Host the ICC Women's World cup Final on 23rd July 2017
Lord’s Stadium to Host the ICC Women’s World cup Final on 23rd July 2017

Steve Elworthy, ECB’s Director of Events said: “This is a very exciting time for the women’s game in this country and staging a Women’s World Cup here will really help drive interest and participation in women’s cricket at every level.

“It’s critical we use this event to reach out to young children in particular so we’ve moved the tournament start date to earlier in the summer – a decision which will help our host venues encourage attendance by engaging with schools in the build-up to the event.”

Australia are the defending Women’s World Cup champions, after victory in 2013 WC.

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