WICF Indoor World Cup COVID-19 Statement

 

UPDATE ON INDOOR WORLD CUP AND JUNIOR WORLD SERIES IN 2021

May 2021

The WICF have recently discussed the 2022 International Calendar. We found that the main parameters that were put in place and announced in our last press release are still relevant.  These are:

  1. Health and Safety of our players and officials is paramount.
  2. Our aim is not to exclude any country from competing in our events.
  3. No quarantine in either direction.
  4. Is it financially viable i.e are airfares and restrictions financially prohibitive?

After we examined all the different scenarios, and in wanting to continue to support the game internationally, we have decided World Events will make a return in 2022.

To carry on reading click the link below!

 

UPDATE ON INDOOR WORLD CUP AND JUNIOR WORLD SERIES IN 2021

May 2021

The WICF have recently discussed the 2022 International Calendar. We found that the main parameters that were put in place and announced in our last press release are still relevant.  These are:

  1. Health and Safety of our players and officials is paramount.
  2. Our aim is not to exclude any country from competing in our events.
  3. No quarantine in either direction.
  4. Is it financially viable i.e are airfares and restrictions financially prohibitive?

After we examined all the different scenarios, and in wanting to continue to support the game internationally, we have decided World Events will make a return in 2022.

To carry on reading click the link below!

 

Latest News - Future International Events Changes

 

Report Purpose

The purpose of this report is to clearly articulate decisions taken by the World Indoor Cricket Federation (WICF) in regards to: 
a) Underage Division Description,
b) Masters Divisions
c) Opens Divisions

Background

The first WICF World Cup was held in 1995 with just one division and since then the international calendar has grown to include teams from 13 and under boys through to 50 & over men. This has often meant the tournament at which a division has competed has changed as numbers have changed. For example the 19 and under boys and girls division were regular competitors at the Masters World Series until 2005 when the expansion of that competition led to the move to the World Cup and subsequently changed to 21 & Under. The introduction of the Junior World Series in 2012 means that for the first time there is a clear pathway for players from 13 and under through to Open divisions and beyond.
This initiative now gives players across the world the opportunity to enter a pathway that can take them all the way to elite level. It now becomes the responsibility of the WICF and its member countries to ensure that this pathway delivers on its promise to produce the world’s best indoor cricket players and tournaments.

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