Here you can find recently updated ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 match fixtures and schedule along with the venue. We also provide the complete 2022 Women’s ODI World Cup match schedule in pdf file so that it’s easier for cricket fans to find their favorite teams complete fixtures.
The original date of Women’s Cricket World Cup was on 2021 but it has been re-scheduled due to Covid-19.
There is total of 8 teams competing in upcoming edition of Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022 which will be of 50 over game. New Zealand will be hosting the 2022 Women’s World Cup. Total of 31 matches will be played among the qualifying teams starting from 4th March 2022 – 4th April 2022.
Team List for Women’s ODI World Cup
New Zealand, Australia, India, England, South Africa are five teams who have already qualified for the tournament, remaining three teams will be included after the qualifying match scheduled to take place from 26 June to 10 July 2021 in Sri Lanka . We will update the complete qualified teams once it will be confirmed.
ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022 Complete Schedule, Fixture.
|4th March 2022 , Friday||New Zealand vs Qualifier||Tauranga|
|5th March 2022, Saturday||Australia vs England||Hamilton|
|5th March 2022, Saturday||Qualifier vs South Africa||Dunedin|
|6th March 2022, Sunday||Qualifier vs India||Tauranga|
|7th March 2022, Monday||New Zealand vs Qualifier||Dunedin|
|8th March 2022,Tuesday||Australia vs Qualifier||Tauranga|
|9th March 2022,Wednesday||Qualifier vs England||Dunedin|
|10th March 2022, Thursday||New Zealand vs India||Hamilton|
|11th March 2022,Friday||Qualifier vs South Africa||Tauranga|
|12th March 2022,Saturday||Qualifier vs India||Hamilton|
|13th March 2022,Sunday||New Zealand vs Australia||Wellington|
|14th March 2022,Monday||South Africa vs England||Tauranga|
|14th March 2022,Monday||Qualifier vs Qualifier||Hamilton|
|15th March 2022,Tuesday||Australia vs Qualifier||Wellington|
|16th March 2022,Wednesday||England vs India||Tauranga|
|17th March 2022,Thursday||New Zealand vs South Africa||Hamilton|
|18th March 2022,Friday||Qualifier vs Qualifier||Tauranga|
|19th March 2022,Saturday||India vs Australia||Auckland|
|20th March 2022,Sunday||New Zealand vs England||Auckland|
|21st March 2022,Monday||Qualifier vs Qualifier||Hamilton|
|22nd March 2022,Tuesday||India vs Qualifier||Hamilton|
|22nd March 2022,Tuesday||South Africa vs Australia||Wellington|
|24th March 2022,Thursday||South Africa vs Qualifier||Wellington|
|24th March 2022,Thursday||England vs Qualifier||Christchurch|
|25th March 2022,Friday||Qualifier vs Australia||Wellington|
|26th March 2022,Saturday||New Zealand vs Qualifier||Christchurch|
|27th March 2022,Sunday||India vs South Africa||Christchurch|
|27th March 2022,Sunday||England vs Qualifier||Wellington|
|30th March 2022,Wednesday||1st Semi-Final||Wellington|
|31st March 2022,Thursday||2nd Semi-Final||Christchurch|
|3rd April 2022,Sunday||TBD v TBD||Christchurch|
ICC Women’s ODI World Cup 2022 Fixtures and Schedule for India
Note: Above fixture may change in future, but we will update it asap.
Download 2022 Women’s ODI World Cup Match Complete Fixtures and Schedule here
Some FAQ about Women’s ODI World Cup 2022
Where will be ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022 hosted?
2022 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup will be hosted in New Zealand. Altogether, 6 cities : Auckland, Hamilton, Tauranga, Christchurch, Dunedin and Wellington is being choosen as the playing venue.
How many countries are there in 2022 Women’s ODI World Cup?
Total of 8 countries are participating 2022 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup.
When is ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup?
ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup is scheduled on 4th March 2022 – 4th April 2022. The previous schedule was on 2021, however due to Covid-19 the tournament has been postponed to 2022.
Here are some sayings of Captains about World Cup 2020
Satterthwaite said: “As a born-and-bred Cantabrian, it’s fantastic to see the Hagley Oval lights up and running. To play in a World Cup at our own stomping ground here in Christchurch, under lights, would be a real career highlight.
“It was hard to watch the T20 Women’s Cricket World Cup from the sidelines back in March (after giving birth in January) so seeing the match schedule all locked in for the ODI World Cup here in 2022 gives both myself and the rest of the team a target to strive for as we prepare over the next 16 months.”
South Africa captain Dane van Niekerk says playing in a World Cup will be a memorable occasion.
“Any time you get the chance to play for your country and wear the Proteas on your jersey it’s an honour.
“I have been fortunate to have the opportunity before to play at a Women’s Cricket World Cup, but every new time is more special than the last. Every young cricket player dreams of playing for their country at the highest level, and we are definitely looking forward to the CWC22 in New Zealand,” she said.
Mithali Raj, captain India is also looking forward to leading her team to a win at the World Cup.
Raj said: “We have all been through a very difficult year and are happy to be getting back at playing the game we all love. India has been doing very well at ICC tournaments in the past three or four years, whether you talk about the (ODI) World Cup or the recently concluded T20 World Cup, and if we manage to win the tournament in 2022, it will be a massive inspiration for the next generation of girls, as the fifty-over format, is considered the pinnacle for any cricketer. I can assure you the team and I are looking forward to it.”
Sports fans across all six host cities will get a taste of the WHITE FERNS action with key match-ups taking place in each city.
The ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022 will be the first of two major cricket tournaments across the globe in 2022 – the other being the Commonwealth Games in England.
Prize money for the showpiece of women’s international cricket will total NZD$5.5million, and all matches will be broadcast live to a huge global audience.
ICC CEO, Manu Sawhney said: “The ICC has made a long-term commitment to elevating women’s cricket as part of our strategy to grow and develop the global game.
“We want to build a sustainable foundation for women’s cricket. It is about building a product that fans want to watch, that kids want to take up, that sponsors and broadcasters want to be part of. This schedule takes the world’s best cricketers across New Zealand and can help inspire a generation of girls and boys to take up the game.
“We are extremely proud of the significant progress we have made in increasing prize money for ICC events over the last few years, with the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022 in New Zealand having $NZD5.5 million dollars available in prize money, an increase of almost 60% on 2017 and more than 1000% compared to 2013.”
With the match schedule now locked in, ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup CEO Andrea Nelson is excited to see the country get behind the event.
“Our team is proud to be delivering a tournament where Kiwis across the whole country, in each of our six host cities, can really get involved in what is a truly special event. We can’t wait to see the excitement build around New Zealand as we prepare to roll out the welcome mat for the rest of the world.
“Major events like this one are all about creating a genuine legacy for the sport and we are proud to say our tournament was the catalyst for the installation of the Hagley Oval lights. I’d like to thank the New Zealand Government and the Canterbury Cricket Trust for making that happen.”