Complete Coverage of the ICC Champions Trophy on ESPN Platforms

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Complete Coverage of the ICC Champions Trophy on ESPN Platforms

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Exclusive live coverage in the US on ESPN3, in the Caribbean and Latin America on ESPN Caribbean and ESPN Play

ESPNcricinfo to provide independent voice for news, scores, highlights, analysis and more to cricket fans globally

ESPN is gearing up for the highly-anticipated ICC Champions Trophy, delivering comprehensive coverage of the bi-annual cricket event to fans around the world. The tournament – second only to the ICC Cricket World Cup – features the eight highest-ranked ODI teams competing this year from three grounds in England: Sophia Gardens in Cardiff, Edgbaston in Birmingham and The Kennington Oval in London.

Australia is looking for a three-peat heading into this year’s tournament, previously beating out New Zealand in 2009 and the West Indies led by Player of the Tournament Chris Gayle in 2006.  They will compete against a strong field of national teams, including the local favorite England, and previous winners the West Indies, New Zealand, India, Sri Lanka and South Africa.

Live Tournament Coverage

Exclusive live coverage of the entire tournament will be available on ESPN3 in the US as well as on ESPN Caribbean and broadband player ESPN Play in the Caribbean and Latin America.  ESPN3 – ESPN’s live multi-screen sports network in the US – is available in more than 85 million households nationwide to fans who receive their Internet or video subscription from an affiliated service provider.  It is accessible online at, on smartphones and tablets via the WatchESPN app and through ESPN on Xbox LIVE to Gold members.  ESPN Play is available to subscribers of participating cable systems by logging onto their provider’s website or

The complete live match schedule:

Date Time (ET) Match Venue
Thu, Jun 6 5:15 a.m. Group B: India vs. South Africa Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
Fri, Jun 7 5:15 a.m. Group B: Pakistan vs. West Indies Kennington Oval, London
Sat, Jun 8 5:15 a.m. Group A: England vs. Australia Edgbaston, Birmingham
Sun, Jun 9 5:15 a.m. Group A: New Zealand vs. Sri Lanka Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
Mon, Jun 10 7:45 a.m. Group B: Pakistan vs. South Africa Edgbaston, Birmingham
Tue, Jun 11 5:15 a.m. Group B: India vs. West Indies Kennington Oval, London
Wed, Jun 12 5:15 a.m. Group A: Australia vs. New Zealand Edgbaston, Birmingham
Thu, Jun 13 7:45 a.m. Group A: England vs. Sri Lanka Kennington Oval, London
Fri, Jun 14 5:15 a.m. Group B: South Africa vs. West Indies Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
Sat, Jun 15 5:15 a.m. Group B: India vs. Pakistan Edgbaston, Birmingham
Sun, Jun 16 5:15 a.m. Group A: England vs. New Zealand Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
Mon, Jun 17 7:45 a.m. Group A: Australia vs. Sri Lanka Kennington Oval, London
Wed, Jun 19 5:15 a.m. Semifinal 1: Group A winner vs. Group B runner-up Kennington Oval, London
Thu, Jun 20 5:15 a.m. Semifinal 2: Group A runner-up vs. Group B winner Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
Sun, Jun 23 5:15 a.m. Final: Semifinal 1 winner vs. Semifinal 2 winner Edgbaston, Birmingham

Daily In-Studio Programming

In addition to live match coverage, ESPN3, ESPN Caribbean and ESPN Play will present live daily studio programs that will highlight questions from fans and feature plays and players of the match with hashtag #ESPNCT13Barry Wilkinson, one of the Caribbean’s leading cricket broadcasters, will serve as host of the studio shows.  Ricardo Powell – a Jamaican native who represented the West Indies cricket team with a career total of 109 ODIs and two Test matches – will join Wilkinson during pre-match, innings break, post-match and highlight shows.  The programs will be produced in their entirety from the ESPN Long Horn Production facilities in Austin, Tex. and integrated through Bristol, Conn.  ESPN International will also deliver video-on-demand highlights from every match and published on digital platforms in the Caribbean and Pacific Rim regions.

Comprehensive Coverage from ESPNcricinfo Globally Across Digital Platforms

ESPNcricinfo is committed to delivering an independent voice for comprehensive coverage of all eight participating nations throughout the tournament.  The world’s leading multiplatform cricket destination will have reporters at all games to provide immediate match reports, the most in-depth match analysis, its unmatched statistical database – Statsguru – and the acclaimed independent 24/7 news service with two decades years of leadership in cricket journalism.

The editorial team in England will include George Dobell, David Hopps, Andrew Fernando and Nagraj Gollapudi and will be backed up by other cricket specialists such as Siddharth Monga, Andrew McGlashan and Firdose Moonda as well as a host of feature writers and top voices from outside the mainstream in The Cordon.

ESPNcricinfo’s live ball-by-ball coverage of the Champions Trophy will also feature an innovative social scorecard – Match Companion – which brings fans closer to the action by enabling their voice to be heard as the matches unfold and serves as a second screen companion to viewing.


Kristie Adler

Kristie is Director of Communications. She graduated from Penn State University and is based in New York City.
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