The West Indies and the United States co-host the ICC T20 World Cup in 2024 and Pakistan will stage the Champions Trophy the following year.
Hosting duties will return to the West Indies for the first time in 14 years after the Caribbean last hosted the tournament in 2010.
The USA will host its first major global cricket tournament along with West Indies in June 2024.
The announcements for 2024 World Cup hosts were confirmed when the ICC released the host nations for the men’s limited-overs events between 2024 and 2031.
President of Cricket West Indies, Ricky Skerritt, and his deputy, Dr. Kishore Shallow, both welcome the ICC’s acceptance of their bid for the Caribbean and USA to jointly host the event.
India and Sri Lanka have been selected for the T20 World Cup in February 2026, before the 2027 50-over World Cup is contested in South Africa, Zimbabwe, and Namibia from October to November.
Australia and New Zealand are co-hosts for the T20 World Cup in October 2028, with the Champions Trophy held in India 12 months later.
England, Ireland, and Scotland have been awarded the T20 World Cup in June 2030. India and Bangladesh will co-host the Cricket World Cup in October and November 2031.