The ICC Cricket World Cup (CWC) is the official international cricket tournament of limited overs, popularly known as 'One Day International (ODI)''. The event is organized by the International Cricket Council (ICC), the governing body of cricket. The event is one of the world's most watched sporting events and is considered as the "flagship event of the international cricket calendar" by the ICC. The tournament is organized for both men and women in different categories as stated below:
- Men's Cricket World Cup – The first World Cup event was held in England in 1975, won by West Indies. The event is organized after every four years. Total 11 tournaments have been played till now.
- Women's Cricket World Cup - The first Women's World Cup was held in England in 1973, won by England. This is also conducted in every four years. Total 10 tournaments have been played till now.
- Under-19 Cricket World Cup for Men –The first Under-19 world Cup event for boys was held in Australia in 1988, won by Australia. The event is held after every two years. Until now, 11 tournaments have been played.