As part of the Trophy Tour, the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 trophy will be in Bangladesh from August 7 to 9. The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has announced that the trophy will arrive in Dhaka at midnight tonight. This is the daily plan for the trophy tour in Bangladesh.
The BCB picked Padma Bridge as one of the places to show off the prize because it is a well-known landmark.
On the first day of its tour, the ICC World Cup Trophy will have an official picture at 3 p.m. at service area 1 of the Padma Multipurpose Bridge in Mawa End.
The next day, on August 8, the trophy will be on show at the Sher e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur from 9 am to 12 pm for the men’s and women’s national teams, present and past players, cricket leaders and organizers, and members of the media.
On August 9, from 11 am to 8 pm, the trophy will be shown to the public at the Bashundhra City Shopping Mall in Dhaka. This is the third and last day of the trophy trip.
On June 27, 2023, the ICC World Cup trophy tour began in India. This was done to mark the 100-day mark until the event. In the next 100 days, the prize will travel to 18 ICC member countries in five different regions: Africa, the Americas, Asia, East Asia and the Pacific, and Europe.
The trophy will then go back to India for the last 30 days of the tour, where it will continue to be shown around the country to promote the future event.