The ODI Women’s World Cup will be held in India in 2025, and BCCI President Sourav Ganguly said that the sport has advanced significantly since the championship was last held there in 2013. According to a press statement from the ICC, the former India captain “We were excited to secure the hosting rights for the 2025 edition of the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup, and we are pleased to have done so. The 2013 50-over women’s World Cup was held in India, and the game has changed dramatically since then. This is a positive move since women’s cricket is becoming more popular. The BCCI will cooperate closely with the ICC and adhere to all specifications.”

Jay Shah, the BCCI’s Honorary Secretary, expressed his “delight” and vowed to “leave no stone unturned.” “I can tell you that BCCI will make every effort to make the 2025 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup a memorable event for all parties concerned. We are pleased to host the tournament. The World Cup’s hosting would only boost the sport’s appeal in the country, he said, adding that we are already making many efforts to raise the sport’s profile, beginning at the grassroots level.

We have the necessary infrastructure in place, and I am certain that this year’s World Cup will be a huge success. India’s BCCI is committed to developing women’s cricket “He continued, ”

Additionally, India will be hosting the ODI Women’s World Cup for the fourth time. Bangladesh will host the Women’s T20 World Cup in 2024, making it one of four women’s championships that take place every four years. The event, which will take place between September and October and include 23 matches between 10 nations, will mark both Bangladesh’s second T20 World Cup and its first major ICC women’s competition.