ICC T20 World Cup 2024 Trophy Tour

As the ICC start counting down to the exciting ‘Out of this World’ T20 World Cup in New York, the famous Empire State Building lights up the city skyline with its bright colors, adding to the buzz about this big cricket event.

Chris Gayle, a two-time T20 World Cup winner, and USA bowler Ali Khan turned on the lights at the Empire State Building in New York to kick off the Trophy Tour for the upcoming tournament. This exciting event got everyone talking about the cricket games that are coming soon.

The 9th Men’s T20 World Cup starts on June 1, 2024, happening in the USA and West Indies.

Chris Gayle with Trophy

The Trophy Tour for the event started at the famous Empire State Building in New York. They lit up the skyscraper in navy and pink, which are the tournament colors. Chris Gayle turned on the lights, making it a special moment before the tournament.

Empire State Building

The Trophy Tour, hosted by legendary cricketers, will visit 15 countries on four continents, passing famous landmarks and stadiums. Fans can join the ‘Out of this World’ cricket festival and see the prized T20 World Cup trophy.

Besides the 15 countries already mentioned, the Trophy will also go to up-and-coming cricket nations like Argentina, Brazil, and Canada to attract new fans to the sport.

T20 WC 2024 Trophy

Claire Furlong, ICC’s Marketing and Communications General Manager, is excited about the upcoming ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024 in the Americas. The Trophy Tour will visit various locations, aiming to engage both new and existing fans. Cricket aims to reach its billion-strong fanbase, offering them a chance to see the trophy up close before it’s lifted in Barbados on 29 June. Fans worldwide can follow the Trophy Tour on ICC’s social media and the T20 World Cup site.

The T20 World Cup 2024 will be a big event—it’s the first time the ICC (that’s cricket’s international organization) is holding a major event in the USA. It’s happening at three different places: a fancy new stadium in New York with 34,000 seats, a fixed-up cricket spot in Dallas, and a famous stadium in Lauderhill. This tournament is going to be special and catch the attention of cricket fans everywhere.

Eight matches will be hosted by New York, with four games being hosted by each of the other two venues.

Matches will be held at iconic venues in the West Indies, which, as the co-hosts of the event, include Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Guyana, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, and Trinidad and Tobago.

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