ICC Full Form in Cricket | What is ICC Full Form

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ICC Full Form in Cricket What is ICC Full Form

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The abbreviation or full form of ICC is International Cricket Council

ICC Full-Form | What is International Cricket Council (ICC)

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Additional information about ICC full form, abbreviation and meaning

International Cricket Council (ICC) is an international governing body of cricket. ICC was founded in the year 1909 as the Imperial Cricket Conference by the representatives of England, Australia, and South Africa. Later it was renamed to International Cricket Conference in the year 1965 and then assumed the name of International Cricket Council in the year 1989.

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ICC is responsible for organizing major international tournaments including test matches, one-day internationals, Twenty 20 and specifically the Cricket World Cup. ICC has a total of 106 members which includes 10 full members, 37 associate members and 59 Affiliate Members.

Members of ICC –

Full members Full members are the authoritative bodies for cricket in a country or associated countries. Full members have the right to send one representative team to play official Test matches and full member nations are automatically qualified to play ODIs and Twenty 20 internationals.

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Associate members Associate members are countries where cricket is firmly established and organized but do not qualify for Full membership. The associate member nations are eligible to play ICC World Cricket League.

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Affiliate Members Affiliate members are countries where the ICC recognizes that the cricket is played according to the Laws of Cricket. An affiliate member can become an associate member of the national governing body can demonstrate that it has met the criteria for associate membership.

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