Saturday, April 2, 2011

ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Opening Ceremony

ICC World Cup 2011

ricket is a great sport and the Cricket World Cup is the highlight of every cricket lover’s year. The 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup will be The tenth Cricket World Cup and Cricket world cup 2011 matches will be hosted by three South Asian Test cricket playing countries: India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. It will be Bangladesh’s first time co-hosting a Cricket World Cup. The 2011 Cricket world cup 2011 fixture has scheduled from February 19, 2011 to April 2, 2011 across 13 venues in the three host countries. Cricket world cup 2011 tickets were released for the first phase of online ticket sales that went online on 1 June 2010 and the prices began at as low as 20c USD.
The 2011 Cricket world cup venues were announced on 2 November 2009 in Mumbai by the International Cricket Council. India will host 29 of the 49 matches across eight venues; Sri Lanka will host 12 in three venues while Bangladesh will stage eight at two grounds. ICC World Cup 2011 firsts with the opening ceremony scheduled to take place at the Bangabandhu National Stadium, Motijheel in Bangladesh on 17 February 2011. India will host the final.
The 2011 Cricket World Cup winning team would be taking home prize money of US$ 4 million, with the International Cricket Council deciding to double the total allocation for the coveted tournament to US$ 10 millon.
The 2011 Cricket world cup venues are: Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata, Mohali, Mumbai, Nagpur, New Delhi (all India), Colombo, Hambantota, Kandy (all Sri Lanka), Chittagong and Dhaka (both Bangladesh). The first match to be played on 19 February 2011 with co-hosts India and Bangladesh facing off at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur. Cricket world cup 2011 tickets are on sale and the availability of the tickets through the internet.
International Cricket Council has sold its rights of broadcasting for 2011 Cricket World Cup for around US$ 2 Billion to ESPN Star Sports. t would be broadcasting all around the world in about 220 countries.