This is the 8th edition of the tournament and the second time it’s going to be held in England and Wales. This tournament will be played from 1 June 2017 to 18th June 2017.
Top 8 teams like India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Australia, England, South Africa and New Zealand will participate in the 50 over contest.
These 8 teams will be divided into 2 groups of 4 teams each.
Bangladesh will be replacing the West Indies team for this edition and they will return to the ICC Champions Trophy for the first time after 2006.
The West Indies won’t participate in this edition because they finished on the ninth position of the ICC One Day International Rankings.
The group A teams in this Champions Trophy are Australia, New Zealand, England and Bangladesh.
The remaining 4 teams like India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and South Africa will feature in Group B.
The International Cricket Council has announced that the ICC Champions Trophy will be held across 3 venues Kennington Oval in London, Edgbaston Cricket Ground in Birmingham and The Sophia Gardens in Cardiff.
Before the actual tournament starts all the 8 teams will play 2 warm up games each.
But these warm up matches won’t be played as normal ODI matches so they will not be recognised as One Day Internationals.
The Schedule of the Warm matches are –
Australia Vs Sri Lanka on 26th May 2017 at The Oval in London.
Pakistan Vs Bangladesh on 27th May 2017 at Edgbaston in Birmingham.
India Vs New Zealand on 28th May 2017 at the Oval in London.
Australia Vs Pakistan on 29th May 2017 at Edgbaston in Birmingham.
India Vs Bangladesh on 30th May 2017 at The Oval in London.
New Zealand Vs Sri Lanka on 30th May 2017 at Edgbaston in Birmingham.
ICC Champions Trophy 8th edition Schedule –
|Churah (SC)||BJP||Hans Raj|
|Bharmour (ST)||BJP||Jia Lal|
|Bhattiyat||BJP||Bikram Singh Jaryal|
|Indora (SC)||BJP||Reeta Devi|
|Fatehpur||Congress||Sujan Singh Pathania|
|Jaswan Pragpur||BJP||Bikram Singh|
|Jawalamukhi||BJP||Ramesh Chand Dhawala|
|Jaisinghpur (SC)||BJP||Ravinder Kumar|
|Sullah||BJP||Vipin Singh Parmar|
|Kangra||Congress||Pawan Kumar Kajal|
|Baijnath (SC)||BJP||Mulkh Raj|
|Lahaul & Spiti (ST)||BJP||Dr Ram Lal Markanda|
|Manali||BJP||Govind Singh Thakur|
|Kullu||Congress||Sunder Singh Thakur|
|Anni (SC)||BJP||Kishori Lal|
|Karsog (SC)||BJP||Hira Lal|
|Nachan (SC)||BJP||Vinod Kumar|
|Seraj||BJP||Jai Ram Thakur|
|Balh (SC)||BJP||Inder Singh|
|Bhoranj (SC)||BJP||Kamlesh Kumari|
|Barsar||Congress||Inder Dutt Lakhanpal|
|Nadaun||Congress||Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu|
|Chintpurni (SC)||BJP||Balbir Singh|
|Una||Congress||Satpal Singh Raizada|
|Jhandutta (SC)||BJP||Jeet Ram Katwal|
|Sri Naina Devi Ji||Congress||Ram Lal Thakur|
|Nalagarh||Congress||Lakhvinder Singh Rana|
|Solan (SC)||Congress||Dr (Col) Dhani Ram Shandil|
|Kasauli (SC)||BJP||Rajiv Saizal|
|Pachhad (SC)||BJP||Suresh Kumar Kashyap|
|Nahan||BJP||Dr. Rajeev Bindal|
|Sri Renukaji(SC)||Congress||Vinay Kumar|
|Chopal||BJP||Balbir Singh Verma|
|Shimla Rural||Congress||Vikramaditya Singh|
|Jubbal Kotkhai||BJP||Narinder Bragta|
|Rampur (SC)||Congress||Nand Lal|
|Rohru (SC)||Congress||Mohan Lal Brakta|
|Kinnaur (ST)||Congress||Jagat Singh Negi|