The ICC Champions Trophy is a tournament organized by the International Cricket Council, the international body for cricket. The ICC Champions Trophy is an ODI (One Days International cricket) series, played amongst the top ranked cricket teams of the world. The tournament was first played in the year 1998 as the ICC knock-out Tournament. Its name was changed to ICC Champions Trophy in the year 2002. From 2014, the International Cricket Council has started to host the series also for women. This tournament is almost at par with the ICC World Cup regarding importance in the cricketing world. Earlier the tournament was hosted for all the full playing members of the ICC. But later on, it was decided to involve the eight top-ranked playing teams only decided six months prior the tournament. The first tournament was hosted at Bangabandhu National Stadium in Dhaka, Bangladesh when the finale was played between West Indies and South Africa. The latter won by 4 wickets while chasing a score of 245 runs. The last tournament held was hosted by England after which it became the only country to host the ICC Champions Trophy twice.