The ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Trophy Tour 2023 has indeed been officially launched, and it aims to provide cricket enthusiasts worldwide with a unique and extraordinary opportunity to engage with the prestigious trophy before the tournament in India. The tour began with a remarkable event where the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Trophy was taken to the stratosphere, reaching an altitude of 120,000 feet above the Earth’s surface. It was then brought back to Earth, landing at the Narendra Modi Cricket Stadium in Ahmedabad.

To achieve this feat, the trophy was attached to a specially designed stratospheric balloon, allowing stunning visuals of the trophy positioned at the edge of the Earth’s atmosphere. The entire event was captured by 4k cameras, creating breathtaking footage of this extraordinary journey.

The 2023 edition of the Trophy Tour aims to be the most extravagant one yet, giving fans across the globe an opportunity to connect with this revered symbol of cricket. Starting from June 27, the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Trophy will travel to 18 countries, including Kuwait, Bahrain, Malaysia, the United States, Nigeria, Uganda, France, Italy, and the host country, India.

This will be the first complete Trophy Tour since 2019, providing cricket fans worldwide a chance to relive the excitement and festive atmosphere experienced during the prestigious tournament. Through a series of innovative activations and events in various nations, the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 Trophy Tour aims to offer up to one million fans the opportunity to personally interact with this highly esteemed piece of silverware. It will be a memorable experience for cricket enthusiasts around the world.

Geoff Allardice, the Chief Executive of the ICC, emphasized the significance of the Trophy Tour, saying, “The ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Trophy Tour is an important milestone in the countdown to what will be the biggest ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup ever. This Tour will see the iconic silverware meet heads of states, launch community initiatives and support cricket development programmes in addition to visiting some of the most iconic landmarks around the globe.

He further attached, “Cricket has more than a billion fans, and we want to give as many people as possible the opportunity to get up close to this famous trophy that has been held aloft by some of the greatest legends of our sport.”


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