The 2013 womenâ€™s World Cup will be held in India, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said at its annual meeting here.
India was one of the 19 hosts approved by the ICCâ€™s board of directors for the ICC-owned tournaments from the year 2007 to 2015, the gameâ€™s world body announced here. India, along with Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, will host the menâ€™s World Cup in 2011.
2007: Twenty20 World Cup in South Africa; 2008: Champions Trophy in Pakistan, Under-19 World Cup in Malaysia; 2009: Twenty20 World Cup in England, womenâ€™s World Cup in Australia, and ICC Trophy in the United Arab Emirates; 2010: Champions Trophy in the West Indies, Under-19 World Cup in Kenya, and World Cricket League Division One in the Netherlands; 2011: Menâ€™s World Cup in Pakistan, Sri Lanka, India and Bangladesh; 2012: Champions Trophy or Twenty20 World Cup in Sri Lanka, and Under-19 World Cup in Canada; 2013: Champions Trophy or Twenty20 World Cup (venue to be decided), womenâ€™s World Cup in India, and ICC Trophy in Scotland; 2014: Champions Trophy or Twenty20 World Cup in Bangladesh, Under-19 World Cup in United Arab Emirates, and World Cricket League Division One (venue to be decided); 2015: Menâ€™s World Cup in Australia/New Zealand.
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