The previous ICC Twenty20 World Cup was originally scheduled to take place in India in 2021; however, because to the COVID Pandemic, it was forced to be moved to the United Arab Emirates, which was not ideal for anybody and it was also attended by a small number of supporters. The level of play was amazing, as it usually is, but the event didn’t have the same vibe or mood that it would have had it been hosted in India. Now, we are looking forward to the next ICC Twenty20 World Cup, which will be hosted in Australia and ideally will include stadiums that are packed to capacity.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has narrowed the field for the next 2022 t20 world cup in cricket down to seven cities in Australia, despite the country’s abundance of stunning and historic cricketing locations. And each one of these arenas is a masterpiece in its own right.
The Cricket Ground in Melbourne (Melbourne)
The renowned Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) is the second largest cricket stadium in the world and is certain to be one of the primary locations to host the cricket world cup 2022. Additionally, the World Cup final will be played at this iconic stadium. Since many decades ago, this venue has served as a center of excellence not just for Australia but also for all of the other countries in the globe that play cricket. Because it is so enormous, some of the players who are not used to competing at the greatest level may get anxious due to the fact that they are confronted with the enormity of the situation. The match between India and Pakistan, which is widely considered to be one of the most important and exciting in all of cricket, will also take place at the MCG on October 23.
The Cricket Ground in Sydney (Sydney)
The historic Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) is likewise considered to be among the best cricket grounds in the world, despite the fact that it is not as large as the MCG and does not have seating for more than 100,000 spectators. In the latter part of this year, the SCG will play host to the first match of the World Cup, which will feature Australia vs New Zealand, and the spectators will be in for an incredible display of cricket. This venue will also host one of the two semi-finals, guaranteeing that only the most talented teams will compete here.
Adelaide Oval (Adelaide)
Without a shadow of a doubt, the most gorgeous and scenic pitch in all of Australia, and the view of the sunset from this stadium is incomparable to anything else that can be seen. Not just in Australia, but also internationally, it is regarded as one of the finest venues for the sport of cricket. This stadium will also host the second semi-final in addition to the SCG, as well as a group match between India and Bangladesh that will take place here. The most talented athletes from all around the globe will be competing in front of the audience.
Optus Stadium (Perth)
This is the new stadium that has been constructed in Perth, and it has taken the place of the famous WACA stadium, which served as a stronghold for Australia for a number of years. The new stadium is enormous, and the playing surface is designed such that it is conducive to both batting and bowling. In addition, the match between India and South Africa will take place at this stadium in Perth.
The famous Gabba (Brisbane)
One of the stadiums that will play home to matches during this edition of the ICC Twenty20 World Cup is the one that was once known as Australia’s stronghold when it came to testing cricket. Although this is not one of the largest stadiums, it is difficult to bat here, which is why bowlers like playing here. During this World Cup, the match between England and New Zealand will take place at the Gabba.