Twenty20 International

form of cricket

A Twenty20 International (T20I) is a form of cricket which is played over 20 overs per side between two national cricket teams. The game is played under the rules of Twenty20 cricket. The first Twenty20 International took place on 17 February 2005. Australia defeated New Zealand by 44 runs at Eden Park in Auckland.

Teams with T20I status change

The teams below play Twenty20 International cricket:

  1.   Australia (17 February 2005)
  2.   New Zealand (17 February 2005)
  3.   England (13 June 2005)
  4.   South Africa (21 October 2005)
  5.   West Indies (16 February 2006)
  6.   Sri Lanka (15 June 2006)
  7.   Pakistan (28 August 2006)
  8.   Bangladesh (28 November 2006)
  9.   Zimbabwe (28 November 2006)
  10.   India (1 December 2006)
  11.   Afghanistan (5 February 2018)
  12.   Ireland (12 June 2018)
  13.   Bahrain (20 January 2019)
  14.   Kuwait (20 January 2019)
  15.   Maldives (20 January 2019)
  16.   Saudi Arabia (20 January 2019)
  17.   Qatar (21 January 2019)
  18.     Nepal (31 January 2019)
  19.   United Arab Emirates (31 January 2019)
  20.   Netherlands (13 February 2019)
  21.   Oman (13 February 2019)
  22.   Scotland (13 February 2019)
  23.   United States (15 March 2019)
  24.   Papua New Guinea (22 March 2019)
  25.   Philippines (22 March 2019)
  26.   Vanuatu (22 March 2019)
  27.   Malta (29 March 2019)
  28.   Spain (29 March 2019)
  29.   Belize (25 April 2019)
  30.   Costa Rica (25 April 2019)
  31.   Mexico (25 April 2019)
  32.   Panama (25 April 2019)
  33.   Belgium (11 May 2019)
  34.   Germany (11 May 2019)
  35.   Botswana (20 May 2019)
  36.   Ghana (20 May 2019)
  37.   Kenya (20 May 2019)
  38.   Namibia (20 May 2019)
  39.   Nigeria (20 May 2019)
  40.   Uganda (20 May 2019)
  41.   Italy (25 May 2019)
  42.   Guernsey (31 May 2019)
  43.   Jersey (31 May 2019)
  44.   Norway (15 June 2019)
  45.   Denmark (16 June 2019)
  46.   Malaysia (24 June 2019)
  47.   Thailand (24 June 2019)
  48.   Samoa (8 July 2019)
  49.   Finland (13 July 2019)
  50.   Singapore (22 July 2019)
  51.   Bermuda (18 August 2019)
  52.   Canada (18 August 2019)
  53.   Cayman Islands (18 August 2019)
  54.   Austria (29 August 2019)
  55.   Luxembourg (29 August 2019)
  56.   Romania (29 August 2019)
  57.   Turkey (29 August 2019)
  58.   Czech Republic (30 August 2019)
  59.   Argentina (3 October 2019)
  60.   Brazil (3 October 2019)
  61.   Chile (3 October 2019)
  62.   Peru (3 October 2019)
  63.   Hong Kong (5 October 2019)
  64.   Bulgaria (14 October 2019)
  65.   Serbia (14 October 2019)
  66.   Greece (15 October 2019)
  67.   Portugal (25 October 2019)
  68.   Gibraltar (26 October 2019)
  69.   Malawi (6 November 2019)
  70.   Mozambique (6 November 2019)
  71.   Bhutan (5 December 2019)
  72.   Iran (23 February 2020)
  73.   Isle of Man (21 August 2020)
  74.   France (5 August 2021)
  75.   Sweden (14 August 2021)
  76.   Rwanda (18 August 2021)
  77.   Hungary (2 September 2021)
  78.   Cyprus (5 October 2021)
  79.   Estonia (5 October 2021)
  80.   Eswatini (16 October 2021)
  81.   Lesotho (16 October 2021)
  82.   Seychelles (16 October 2021)
  83.   Sierra Leone (19 October 2021)
  84.   Switzerland (22 October 2021)
  85.   Tanzania (2 November 2021)
  86.   Cameroon (3 November 2021)
  87.   Bahamas (7 November 2021)
  88.   Israel (28 June 2022)
  89.   Croatia (13 July 2022)
  90.   Slovenia (25 July 2022)
  91.   Cook Islands (9 September 2022)
  92.   Fiji (9 September 2022)
  93.   Indonesia (9 October 2022)
  94.   Japan (9 October 2022)
  95.   South Korea (15 October 2022)
  96.   Mali (17 November 2022)
  97.   Saint Helena (17 November 2022)
  98.   Gambia (1 December 2022)
  99.   Cambodia (4 May 2023)
  100.   China (26 July 2023)
  101.   Myanmar (26 July 2023)
  102.   Mongolia (27 September 2023)

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