List of ICC trophies won by Australia (2023)

List of ICC Trophies won by Australia: 6 ICC Cricket World Cups, 2 ICC Champions Trophy titles, 1 ICC T20 World Cup and 1 ICC World Test Championship.

ICC trophy success is, by and large, the ultimate measure of a nation’s cricketing stardom. While bilateral series victories hold significance, it’s the triumphs in ICC trophies that truly define a team’s success. Let’s explore Australia’s cricket history and how many ICC Trophies won by Australia.

ICC Trophies won by Australia

Australia has an illustrious cricket history. Total of 10 ICC Trophies won by Australia. They won 6 ICC Cricket World Cup trophies, 2 Champions Trophy titles, 1 T20 World Cup and 1 World Test Championship.

1. 1987 ICC Cricket World Cup

Australia clinched their inaugural ODI Cricket World Cup in 1987, hosted by India and Pakistan. Facing England in the final at the Eden Garden, Australia scored 253/5 and limited England to 246/8, securing a 7-run victory. This win marked Australia as the fourth team at that time to claim the ODI WC.

2. 1999 ICC Cricket World Cup | ICC Trophies won by Australia

In 1999, under Steve Waugh’s leadership, Australia secured their second ICC title. Battling Pakistan in the final, Australia restricted them to a mere 132 runs in 39 overs. They confidently chased down the target in 20.1 overs, making 133/2 to win by 8 wickets.

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3. 2003 ICC Cricket World Cup

Continuing their success, Australia secured their second consecutive ODI Cricket World Cup in 2003, held in South Africa. Against India in the final at Johannesburg, Australia set a massive score of 359/2. Ricky Ponting’s 140 not out powered their innings, leading to India’s 234 all-out, resulting in a 125-run win for Australia and Ponting’s first ICC title.

4. 2006 ICC Champions Trophy | ICC Trophies won by Australia

Australia’s inaugural Champions Trophy win came in 2006 against West Indies in Brabourne. Restricting West Indies to 138 runs in 30.4 overs, Australia chased a target of 116 from 35 overs under the D/L method. They triumphed, making 116/2 in 28.1 overs, securing their maiden Champions Trophy title.

5. 2007 ICC Cricket World Cup

Australia’s third consecutive ODI Cricket World Cup final in 2007 saw them facing Sri Lanka in the West Indies. In a rain-affected 38-over game, Australia scored 281/4, with Adam Gilchrist’s 149 runs. Sri Lanka fell short at 215/8, losing by 53 runs, as Australia claimed their third consecutive and overall fourth ODI Cricket World Cup Trophy.

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6. 2009 Champions Trophy

In 2009, Australia played Champion Trophy final against New Zealand in Centurion, Australia. New Zealand while batting first scored 200/9 in 50 overs. In response Australia sored 206/4 and secured 2nd Champions Trophy title. In this match Shane Watson scored not out 105 runs.

7. 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup

After six years, Australia again reached in the finals of the 2015 ODI Cricket World Cup under Michael Clarke’s captaincy against New Zealand. While batting first New Zealand failed to put big score on the board. Black Caps were bowled out for 183 runs. Australia comfortably chased the target, making 186/3 in 33.1 overs, winning by seven wickets.

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8. 2021 T20 World Cup | ICC Trophies won by Australia

In 2021, Australia claimed their maiden T20 World Cup against New Zealand in Dubai. While batting first New Zealand scored 172/4. In response Australia made 173/2 in 18.5 overs, winning by 8 wickets under Aaron Finch’s captaincy.

9. 2023 World Test Championship | ICC Trophies won by Australia

India and Australia played WTC 2023 Final in England. Australia became World Test champions, defeating India by a significant 209-run margin in the WTC final, showcasing their dominance in the test format.

10. 2023 ICC Cricket World Cup

After eight years Australia again played ODI World Cup final against India in Ahmedabad. While batting first India only managed to score 240/10 in 50 overs. In response Australia scored 241/4 in 43 overs and won the match by 6 wickets. Australia won the 6th Cricket World Cup Trophy and 10th ICC Trophy.

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List of ICC trophies won by Australia

11987 Cricket World CupEngland
21999 Cricket World CupPakistan
32003 Cricket World CupIndia
42006 Champions TrophyWest Indies
52007 Cricket World CupSri Lanka
62009 Champions TrophyNew Zealand
72015 Cricket World CupNew Zealand
82021 T20I World CupNew Zealand
92023 World Test ChampionshipIndia


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