T20 World Cup 2024: Hosts, Format, Number of Teams, Qualified Teams – All You Need To Know

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T20 World Cup 2024 Format

The new format will see the 20 qualified teams divided into four groups of five, from which the top two teams in each group advance to the Super Eight phase.

In Super 8 stage, the remaining teams will be split in two groups of four, from which the top two teams from each group will qualify for the knockout stage, which includes the two semi-finals and a final.

How are the 20 teams determined?

How are the 20 teams determined?

The hosts USA and West Indies qualify automatically as hosts and take the first two spots, while they will be joined by 10 other teams based on performances at the 2022 edition, and the ICC T20I rankings cut-off on November 14.

The top four teams from the 2022 edition Super 12 stage qualified for the next edition, and will be joined by the next two best ranked teams.

The further eight teams will be determined by regional qualifiers from Africa, Americas, Asia, East Asia-Pacific and Europe. Africa, Asia and Europe will have two qualification spots, with one spot for both the Americas and East-Asia Pacific regions.

List of Qualified Teams so far

List of Qualified Teams so far

Team Qualification Path
West Indies Hosts
USA Hosts
Australia 2022 T20WC top eight finish
England 2022 T20WC top eight finish
India 2022 T20WC top eight finish
Netherlands 2022 T20WC top eight finish
New Zealand 2022 T20WC top eight finish
Pakistan 2022 T20WC top eight finish
South Africa 2022 T20WC top eight finish
Sri Lanka 2022 T20WC top eight finish
Afghanistan T20I rankings at Nov 14 cut-off
Bangladesh T20I rankings at Nov 14 cut-off

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