ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Prize Money Breakdown (in rupees): The ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 is one of the most hyped tournaments of all time when it comes to cricket. People have already started predicting the team squads of each and every team, even though the tournament is going to start almost 1 year from now. The cricket fans are demanding much information about the 2019 Cricket World Cup Schedule. They know that most of the details are not possible to be provided so soon but there are some details which can be predicted. Of course, they are not assured yet but at least, the sources can give out a predicted statement. One of those predictions can be made regarding the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 prize money. Many people have already been searching for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 prize money but at the same time, it has not yet been confirmed by the ICC. As long as the International Cricket Council does not confirm the amount, all we can do is predict.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Prize Money
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 prize money has confirmed by the ICC Official. ICC has been increasing the prize money with every passing world cup. The 2007 ICC Cricket World Cup had a total of 5 million dollars to distribute as prize money. Followed by that, the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup had a total of 8 million dollars to distribute. Yet another increase was noticed in the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup as the total prize money to distribute was increased to 10 million dollars. Statistically, the prize money has been increasing every tournament and hence, the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Prize Money would be around 15-16 million dollars. This money is distributed among all the teams in the tournament depending upon their position. Obviously, the winners of the tournament get the most amount of money.
|STAGE||2019 WORLD CUP PRIZE MONEY||2015 WORLD CUP PRIZE MONEY|
|Winners||$4.8 million||$3.975 million|
|Runners-up||$2.2 million||$1.75 million|
|2 Losing Semi-Finalists||$1 million (each)||$600,000 (each)|
|8 Eliminated teams from group stages||$500,000 (each)||$300,000 each (quarter finalists)|
|Winning group match||$50,000 (for every group match win)||$45,000 (for every group match win)|
ICC World Cup 2019 Prize Money in Rupees
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019
The ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 is the 12th edition of the 50 over Cricket World Cup which is going to be held in England and Wales. The final match of this tournament is going to be held at the Lord’s and that is where one of the 10 teams will lift the Cricket World Cup. Whoever does it, it is going to be a moment to remember since, without a doubt, Lord’s is one of the most prestigious stadiums in cricket and lifting the most prestigious trophy there, would be a blissful experience.
History of Cricket World Cup Prize Money
ICC has been increasing the World Cup prize money with every passing world cup, back in 2003 cricket world cup the total prize money pool was around $4.5 million. The 2007 world cup prize money was less but in 20011 ICC almost doubled the total prize money pool and 2015 world cup total prize money was 20% increase. Without a doubt, the ICC World Cricket World Cup 2019 is going to be historic. There are reasons supporting this statement too which will be put in the article below.
|Winners||Runnerup||Semifinal (Losing Teams)||Quarterfinals (Losing Teams)||Total|
|2019||$5m||$2.2m||$1m||$500,000 (8 eliminated teams in group stage)||$14m|
ICC Cricket World Cup Date
There are many rumors and news coming in every day about the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 but none of them are confirmed. This is because the tournament is going to start on 30 May 2019. That is almost a year away and the time right now is too soon for confirming anything. The tournament is going to last until 14 July with a total of 48 matches being played throughout.
For the first time, all the test playing Nations will not be playing the 50 over ICC Cricket World Cup. We never know if this experiment will work or not and all we can do is hope. Only 10 teams will play in this edition of the ICC World Cup which is less than the 2015 ICC World Cup. The ICC World Cup 2015 had a total of 14 teams and the winner of the tournament was Australia. This means that Australia is going to be the defending champion, walking into the 2019 ICC World Cup.