ICC champions Trophy Winners List 1998-2017

International Cricket Council (ICC) will be organized this ICC champions trophy tournament on the regular basis. So far total 7 this type of ICC champions Trophy Tournament was held. Total 8 Teams are participate in this tournament. First Edition of ICC champions Trophy Cricket tournament was held at 1998 which is host by Bangladesh and Winners of First edition of ICC champions Trophy is South africa who is beating the West indies team by 4 wickets. Recent Tournament was held on 2013 at England which was Won by India by 5 runs against the England. So India is the Defending Champions of this ICC champions Trophy so looking to defend the 2017 Trophy.

Australia and India are the most successful team of this Champions trophy competition as they have won the trophy twice. Next ICC champions trophy tournament will be held on 2017 year and its hosted by the England. Check out below the list of Winners of ICC champions trophy from the 1998 to 2017.

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ICC Champions Trophy Winners

Year Winner Runner-up Final Result Host
1998 South Africa West Indies South Africa won by 4 wickets Bangladesh
2000 New Zealand India New Zealand won by 4 wickets Kenya
2002 India, Sri-Lanka Sri Lanka and India named joint winners Sri Lanka
2004 West Indies England West Indies won by 2 wickets England
2006 Australia West Indies Australia won by 8 wickets India
2009 Australia New Zealand Australia won by 6 wickets South Africa
2013 India England India won by 5 runs England
2017 Pakistan India
Pakistan won by 180 runs

Countries and Year wise number of titles of ICC Champions Trophy

Country Number of Titles Year
Australia 2 2006, 2009
India 2 2002, 2013
South Africa 1 1998
New Zealand 1 2000
Sri Lanka 1 2002
West Indies 1 2004

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