Cricket – One Day Men’s World Cup Winners

YearWinnerScore#RunnerScoreResultFinal venueHost nation(s)Crowd
1975West Indies291–8 (60 overs)1Australia274 (58.4 overs)West Indies won by 17 runsLord's, LondonEngland24,000
1979West Indies286–9 (60 overs)2England194 (51 overs)West Indies won by 92 runsLord's, LondonEngland32,000
1983India183 (54.4 overs)3West Indies140 (52 overs)India won by 43 runsLord's, LondonEngland30,000
1987Australia253–5 (50 overs)4England246–8 (50 overs)Australia won by 7 runsEden Gardens, Kolkata, IndiaIndia, Pakistan95,000
1992Pakistan249–6 (50 overs)5England227 (49.2 overs)Pakistan won by 22 runsMCG, Melbourne, AustraliaAustralia, New Zealand87,182
1996Sri Lanka245–3 (46.2 overs)6Australia241 (50 overs)Sri Lanka won by 7 wicketsGaddafi Stadium, Lahore, PakistanPakistan, India, Sri Lanka62,645
1999Australia133–2 (20.1 overs)7Pakistan132 (39 overs)Australia won by 8 wicketsLord's, LondonEngland & Wales, Ireland, Scotland, Netherlands30,000
2003Australia359–2 (50 overs)8India234 (39.2 overs)Australia won by 125 runsWanderers, Johannesburg, South AfricaSouth Africa, Zimbabwe, Kenya32,827
2007Australia281–4 (38 overs)9Sri Lanka215–8 (36 overs)Australia won by 53 runsKensington Oval, Bridgetown, BarbadosWest Indies28,108
2011India277–4 (48.2 overs)10Sri Lanka274–6India won by 6 wicketsWankhede Stadium, Mumbai, IndiaIndia, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh42,000
2015Australia186–3 (33.1 overs)11New Zealand183 (50 overs)Australia won by 7 wicketsMCG, Melbourne, AustraliaAustralia, New Zealand93,013
2019England241 all out (50 overs) 15/0 (Super Over) 23 fours, 3 sixes12New Zealand241-8 (50 overs) 15/1 (Super Over) 14 fours, 3 sixesEngland won on boundary count in Super OverLord's, LondonEngland and Wales
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