List of International Cricket Council members

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The International Cricket Council (ICC) was founded at Lord's on 15 June 1909 as the Imperial Cricket Conference,[1] with Australia, England, and South Africa as its founding members. In the beginning, only countries within the Commonwealth could join.[2] These members were then joined by India, New Zealand, and the West Indies in 1926 and later by Pakistan in 1953.[3] In 1961, South Africa resigned due to their leaving the Commonwealth,[2] but they continued to play Test cricket until their international exile in 1970.[4]

The Imperial Cricket Conference was renamed the International Cricket Conference in 1965, with new rules permitting countries from outside the Commonwealth to be elected into the governing body for the first time.[2] Any new member elected to the governing body could only be an Associate Member with the possibility of being promoted to a Full Member. The first Associates were Fiji and the USA.[2] Sri Lanka was admitted as a Full Member in 1981, returning the number of Test-playing nations to seven. In 1989, the ICC was again renamed, this time to International Cricket Council.[2] South Africa was reelected as a Full Member to the ICC in 1991 and Zimbabwe was elected in 1992.[3] Until 2017, the most recent new Full Member was Bangladesh, which was elected in 2000.[3] On 22 June 2017, Ireland and Afghanistan were granted full member and Test status.[5]

Membership is a hierarchy and there are two categories of membership: Full Members and Associate Members.[2] As of 22 June 2017, there are 104 members, with 12 Full Members and 93 Associate Members. The Membership Committee will consider all future requests for membership – full and associate – against an objective set of criteria. There was previously a third level, Affiliate Membership, which was removed in June 2017 with all previous Affiliate Members becoming Associate Members.[6]

Full Members

Full Members are the governing bodies for cricket in a country or a group of associated countries representing a geographical area. All Full Members have a right to send one representative team to play official Test matches. Also, all Full Member nations are automatically qualified to play ODIs and T20Is.[2] West Indies cricket team does not represent one country, but rather an amalgamation of more than 20 countries and territories from the Caribbean. The English Cricket team represents both England and Wales and the Ireland cricket team represents all of the island of Ireland.

Among these 12 nations, Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe, Bangladesh, Afghanistan and Ireland have played as associate nations under the ICC before becoming full members.

Country Teams Governing body Full Member since[2] Region Current ranking
Test ODI T20
 Afghanistan MenWomenU19 Afghanistan Cricket Board 22 June 2017 Asia 10 8
 Australia MenWomenU19 Cricket Australia 15 July 1909 East Asia-Pacific 3 6 3
 Bangladesh MenWomenU19 Bangladesh Cricket Board 26 June 2000 Asia 9 7 10
 England MenWomenU19 England and Wales Cricket Board 15 July 1909 Europe 5 1 4
 India MenWomenU19 Board of Control for Cricket in India 31 May 1926 Asia 1 2 2
 Ireland MenWomenU19 Cricket Ireland 22 June 2017 Europe 12 17
 New Zealand MenWomenU19 New Zealand Cricket 31 May 1926 East Asia-Pacific 4 3 5
 Pakistan MenWomenU19 Pakistan Cricket Board 28 July 1952 Asia 7 5 1
 South Africa MenWomenU19 Cricket South Africa 15 July 1909 Africa 2 4 6
 Sri Lanka MenWomenU19 Sri Lanka Cricket 21 July 1981 Asia 6 8 9
 West Indies MenWomenU19 Cricket West Indies 31 May 1926 Americas 8 9 7
 Zimbabwe MenWomenU19 Zimbabwe Cricket 6 July 1992 Africa 10 11 12

Reference: ICC Rankings, 16 August 2018

Associate Members

Associate Members are countries where cricket is firmly established and organised but do not qualify for Full Membership.[2] There are 92 Associate Members.

All Associates are eligible to play in the ICC World Cricket League, a series of international one-day cricket administered by the ICC.[7] There is also an ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier that works as a qualification process for ICC World Twenty20 that occurred every two years (until 2016, the next T20 World Cup is in 2020). Until April 2018, only the qualified teams were awarded Twenty20 International status.[8] In April 2018, the ICC announced T20I status for all its 104 members from 1 July 2018 for Women's game and from 1 January 2019 for men's game.[9]

An associate member must maintain the following criteria along with other administration requirements of the national governing body:[10]

  • Have a minimum of 16 senior teams and 16 junior teams playing in a structured competition or competitions;
  • Must have access to at least 8 cricket grounds, 4 of which must have a permanent pitch.

In the list below, suspended members are marked †.

Country Teams Governing body Associate member since Region Ref
 Argentina MenWomenU19 Argentine Cricket Association 1974 Americas [11]
 Austria MenWomenU19 Austrian Cricket Association 2017 Europe [12]
 Bahamas MenWomenU19 Bahamas Cricket Association 2017 Americas [13]
 Bahrain MenWomenU19 Bahrain Cricket Association 2017 Asia [14]
 Belgium MenWomenU19 Belgian Cricket Federation 2005 Europe [15]
 Belize MenWomenU19 Belize National Cricket Association 2017 Americas [16]
 Bermuda MenWomenU19 Bermuda Cricket Board 1966 America [2]
 Bhutan MenWomenU19 Bhutan Cricket Council Board 2017 Asia [17]
 Botswana MenWomenU19 Botswana Cricket Association 2017 Africa [18]
 Brazil MenWomenU19 Brazilian Cricket Association 2017 Americas [19]
 Bulgaria MenWomenU19 Bulgaria Cricket Federation 2017 Europe [20]
 Cameroon MenWomenU19 Cameroon Cricket Association 2017 Africa [21]
 Canada MenWomenU19 Cricket Canada 1968 Americas [2]
 Cayman Islands MenWomenU19 Cayman Islands Cricket Association 2002 Americas [22]
 Chile MenWomenU19 Chilean Cricket Association 2017 Americas [23]
 China MenWomenU19 Chinese Cricket Association 2017 Asia [24]
 Cook Islands MenWomenU19 Cook Islands Cricket Association 2017 East Asia-Pacific [25]
 Costa Rica MenWomenU19 Costa Rica Cricket Federation 2017 Americas [26]
 Croatia MenWomenU19 Croatia Cricket Board 2017 Europe [27]
 Cyprus MenWomenU19 Cyprus Cricket Association 2017 Europe [28]
 Czech Republic MenWomenU19 Czech Republic Cricket Union 2017 Europe [29]
 Denmark MenWomenU19 Danish Cricket Federation 1966 Europe [30]
 Estonia MenWomenU19 Estonia Cricket Association 2017 Europe [31]
 Falkland Islands Men† • WomenU19 Falkland Cricket Association 2017 Americas [32]
 Fiji MenWomenU19 Fiji Cricket Association 1965 East Asia-Pacific [33]
 Finland MenWomenU19 Finnish Cricket Association 2017 Europe [34]
 France MenWomenU19 France Cricket Association 1998 Europe [35]
 Gambia MenWomenU19 Gambia Cricket Association 2017 Africa [36]
 Germany MenWomenU19 German Cricket Federation 1999 Europe [37]
 Ghana MenWomenU19 Ghana Cricket Association 2017 Africa [38]
 Gibraltar MenWomenU19 Gibraltar Cricket Association 1969 Europe [39]
 Greece MenWomenU19 Hellenic Cricket Federation 2017 Europe [40]
 Guernsey MenWomenU19 Guernsey Cricket Board 2008 Europe [41]
 Hong Kong MenWomenU19 Hong Kong Cricket Association 1969 Asia [2]
 Hungary MenWomenU19 Hungarian Cricket Association 2017 Europe [42]
 Indonesia MenWomenU19 Indonesia Cricket Foundation 2017 East Asia-Pacific [43]
 Iran MenWomenU19 Islamic Republic of Iran Cricket Association 2017 Asia [44]
 Isle of Man MenWomenU19 Isle of Man Cricket Association 2017 Europe [45]
 Israel MenWomenU19 Israel Cricket Association 1974 Europe [2]
 Italy MenWomenU19 Federazione Cricket Italiana 1995 Europe [46]
 Japan MenWomenU19 Japan Cricket Association 2005 East Asia-Pacific [47]
 Jersey MenWomenU19 Jersey Cricket Board 2007 Europe [48]
 Kenya MenWomenU19 Cricket Kenya 1981 Africa [2]
 Kuwait MenWomenU19 Kuwait Cricket Association 2005 Asia [49]
 Lesotho MenWomenU19 Lesotho Cricket Association 2017 Africa [50]
 Luxembourg MenWomenU19 Luxembourg Cricket Federation 2017 Europe [51]
 Malawi MenWomenU19 Malawi Cricket Association 2017 Africa [52]
 Malaysia MenWomenU19 Malaysian Cricket Association 1967 Asia [53]
 Maldives MenWomenU19 Cricket Control Board of Maldives 2017 Asia [54]
 Mali MenWomenU19 Malian Cricket Federation 2017 Africa [2]
 Malta MenWomenU19 Malta Cricket Association 2017 Europe [55]
 Mexico MenWomenU19 Mexico Cricket Association 2017 Americas [56]
 Morocco MenWomenU19 Royal Moroccan Cricket Federation 2017 Africa [57]
 Mozambique MenWomenU19 Mozambican Cricket Association 2017 Africa [58]
 Myanmar MenWomenU19 Myanmar Cricket Federation 2017 Asia [59]
 Namibia MenWomenU19 Namibia Cricket Board 1992 Africa [60]
   Nepal Men† • WomenU19 Cricket Association of Nepal[a] 1996 Asia [61]
 Netherlands MenWomenU19 Royal Dutch Cricket Board 1966 Europe [2]
 Nigeria MenWomenU19 Nigeria Cricket Association 2002 Africa [62]
 Norway MenWomenU19 Norwegian Cricket Board 2017 Europe [63]
 Oman MenWomenU19 Oman Cricket Board 2014 Asia [64]
 Panama MenWomenU19 Panama Cricket Association 2017 Americas [65]
 Papua New Guinea MenWomenU19 Papua New Guinea Cricket Board 1973 East Asia-Pacific [66]
 Peru MenWomenU19 Peru Cricket Association 2017 Americas [2]
 Philippines MenWomenU19 Philippines Cricket Association 2017 East Asia-Pacific [67]
 Portugal MenWomenU19 Portuguese Cricket Federation 2017 Europe [68]
 Qatar MenWomenU19 Qatar Cricket Association 2017 Asia [69]
 Romania MenWomenU19 Cricket Romania 2017 Europe [70]
 Russia MenWomenU19 Cricket Russia 2017 Europe [71]
 Rwanda MenWomenU19 Rwanda Cricket Association 2017 Africa [72]
 Saint Helena MenWomenU19 St Helena Cricket Association 2017 Africa [73]
 Samoa MenWomenU19 Cricket Samoa 2017 East Asia-Pacific [74]
 Saudi Arabia MenWomenU19 Saudi Cricket Centre 2016 Asia [75]
 Scotland MenWomenU19 Cricket Scotland 1994 Europe [2]
 Serbia MenWomenU19 Serbian Cricket Federation 2017 Europe [57]
 Seychelles MenWomenU19 Seychelles Cricket Association 2017 Africa [76]
 Sierra Leone MenWomenU19 Sierra Leone Cricket Association 2017 Africa [77]
 Singapore MenWomenU19 Singapore Cricket Association 1974 Asia [78]
 Slovenia MenWomenU19 Slovenian Cricket Association 2017 Europe [79]
 South Korea MenWomenU19 Korea Cricket Association 2017 East Asia-Pacific [80]
 Spain MenWomenU19 Cricket Spain 2017 Europe [81]
 Suriname MenWomenU19 Suriname Cricket Board 2011 Americas [82]
 Eswatini MenWomenU19 Swaziland Cricket Association 2017 Africa [83]
 Sweden MenWomenU19 Swedish Cricket Federation 2017 Europe [84]
 Tanzania MenWomenU19 Tanzania Cricket Association 2001 Africa [85]
 Thailand MenWomenU19 Thailand Cricket League 2005 Asia [86]
 Turkey MenWomenU19 Turkish Cricket Board 2017 Europe [57]
 Turks and Caicos Islands MenWomenU19 Turks and Caicos Cricket Association 2017 Americas [87]
 Uganda MenWomenU19 Uganda Cricket Association 1998 Africa [88]
 United Arab Emirates MenWomenU19 United Arab Emirates Cricket Board 1990 Asia [89]
 United States[b] Men† • WomenU19 USA Cricket 1965 Americas [90]
 Vanuatu MenWomenU19 Vanuatu Cricket Association 2009 East Asia-Pacific [91]
 Zambia MenWomenU19 Zambia Cricket Union 2003 Africa [92]
  1. ^ The CAN has been suspended by the ICC whilst they resolve governance issues
  2. ^ The USACA has been expelled from the ICC and cricket in the USA is administered by ICC Americas

Associate Members with ODI status

ICC grants One-Day International status to its associate members based on their success in the World Cricket League.

The associate teams who currently hold ODI status are:

Team Governing body Associate member since Region Current ODI Ranking
   Nepal Cricket Association of Nepal 1996[2] Asia
 Netherlands Koninklijke Nederlandse Cricket Bond 1966[2] Europe
 Scotland Cricket Scotland 1994[2] Europe 13
 United Arab Emirates Emirates Cricket Board 1990[2] Asia 14

In winning the 2015–17 World Cricket League, Netherlands ensured they would become an ODI team at the end of the 2018 World Cup Qualifier. The three other highest placed associates in this qualifier (UAE, Scotland and Nepal) joined them. In June 2018, Scotland and UAE were added to the main ODI rankings list, with Netherlands and Nepal to join them once they have played enough games to gain a meaningful rating.[93]

Associate Members with T20I status

Twenty20 International status is conferred automatically upon the four teams listed above with ODI status. Additionally Hong Kong and Oman achieved this status through qualifying for 2016 ICC World Twenty20. In April 2018, the ICC announced T20I status for all its 104 members from 1 January 2019. Therefore, all Twenty20 matches played between ICC members after 1 January 2019 will be full T20I.[94][9]

The associate teams who currently hold T20I status are:

Team Governing body Associate member since Region Current T20I Ranking
 Hong Kong Hong Kong Cricket Association 1969[2] Asia 15
   Nepal Cricket Association of Nepal 1996[2] Asia
 Netherlands Koninklijke Nederlandse Cricket Bond 1966[2] Europe 13
 Oman Oman Cricket Board 2015[95] Asia 16
 Scotland Cricket Scotland 1994[2] Europe 11
 United Arab Emirates Emirates Cricket Board 1990[2] Asia 14

Former Members

Country Teams Governing body Membership
period
Region Notes
 Brunei MenWomenU19 Brunei Darussalam National Cricket Association 1992–2015 Asia Membership suspended in 2014, removed entirely in 2015.[57]
 Cuba MenWomenU19 Cuban Cricket Commission 2002–2013 Americas Membership removed in 2013 for failing to "demonstrate a suitable administrative structure to conduct its affairs" under ICC guidelines.[96]
  Switzerland MenWomenU19 Swiss Cricket Association 1985–2012 Europe Membership suspended in 2011, removed entirely in 2012.[97]
 Tonga MenWomenU19 Tonga Cricket Association 2000–2014 East Asia-Pacific Membership suspended in 2013, removed entirely in 2014.[98][99][100]
East Africa MenWomenU19 East Africa Cricket Conference 1966–1989 Africa Succeeded by Kenya (associate, 1981), and East and Central Africa Cricket Conference (1989–2003).
East and Central Africa MenWomenU19 East and Central Africa Cricket Conference 1989–2003 Africa Succeeded by Uganda (associate, 1998), Tanzania (associate, 2001), Zambia (associate, 2003), and Malawi (associate, 2017[6]).
West Africa MenWomenU19 West Africa Cricket Council 1976–2003 Africa Succeeded by Nigeria (associate, 2003), and Gambia, Ghana, and Sierra Leone (all associates, 2017[6]).

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