Fans are very excited to watch ICC World Cup 2019 that will play in England and Wales. ICC World Cup 2019 will start from 30 May but the opening ceremony of World Cup will be held on 29 May. The complete details of ICC World Cup 2019 Opening Ceremony are given below.
When and Where is the Opening Ceremony?
When: 29 May 2019, 03:30 PM – 06:00 PM (BST)
Where: On the Mall. By Buckingham Palace in Central London
What to expect from the Opening Ceremony?
It’s a surprise! All we can promise is a night to remember that cricket fans and non-cricket fans alike will enjoy.
Which TV channels will broadcast ICC World Cup 2019 Opening Ceremony?
|Afghanistan||Moby Media Group|
|Australia||Fox Sports, Nine Network (Only Australia Matches)|
|Arab World||OSN Sports Cricket, Eleven Sports|
|Bangladesh||BTV, Gazi TV, Star Sports|
|Hong Kong||Star Cricket|
|United Kingdom, Ireland||Sky Sports|
|India, Nepal, Maldives, Bhutan||Star Sports, DD Sports (Only India Matches)|
|New Zealand||Sky Sport|
|Pakistan||PTV Sports, Ten Sports|
|Sri Lanka||Star Sports, Channel Eye|
|South Africa, Whole Africa||SuperSport|
|United States, Puerto Rico, Guam||Willow TV|
|The U.S. Virgin Island, American Samoa, Northern Mariana Islands||Willow TV|
Introduction to World Cup 2019
ICC World Cup 2019 is going to start from 30 May in England and Wales. The opening match of Cricket World Cup 2019 will play between England vs South Africa. Click to know CWC19 schedule. The most important match of the World Cup is to play between Pakistan vs India Jun 16 at Old Trafford, Manchester. ICC World Cup 2019 Broadcasting Rights are given below.
ICC World Cup 2019 will play in England and Wales. The matches will play in 11 different stadiums which are Chester-Le-Street, Leeds, Manchester, Nottingham, Birmingham, Cardiff, Bristol, Lord’s, The Oval, Taunton, and Southampton.
This world cup will be very interesting with huge public support. Cricket World Cup 2019 will play between 10 teams, 48 matches will be played in this world cup.
Dates: 30 May – 14 July
Administrators: International Cricket Council – ICC
Cricket format: One Day International
Tournament format: Round-robin and Knockout
Hosts: England and Wales
Matches Played: 48
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