The ICC Women’s T20 World Cup is the two-year international championship for women’s Twenty20 International cricket. This championship is held every two years. The event is organized by the sport’s governing body, the International Cricket Council.
This prestigious tournament not only showcases the best of women’s cricket but also offers significant financial rewards. In the guide below, we’ll explore the prize money allocated for the champions, the runners-up, and other participating teams, highlighting how these financial incentives contribute to the tournament’s competitive spirit and prestige.
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ICC T20 Women’s World Cup Prize Money
||1 Team (Losing finalist)
||4 teams (each losing semi-finalist)
||8 Teams (4 losing teams)
|Group Stage Winner
|Group Stage Losing
||Qualified for Quarter Finals
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Recently, the International Cricket Council (ICC) made a groundbreaking announcement regarding the equalization of prize money for both men’s and women’s teams at ICC events. This landmark decision, reached during the ICC Annual Conference in Durban, South Africa, represents a major step forward in the ICC’s commitment to achieving prize money parity by 2030. Notably, this move surpasses the initial timeline set for reaching this goal, marking a significant milestone in the journey towards equality in cricket.
So, very soon, the winning teams of the ICC T20 Women’s World Cup will earn the exact same amount as the men’s teams.