Cricket world cup finals with the largest audience

Cricket is a developing game and people across the world love the game. But people in the Indian sub continent love the game than any other people in the world. There is no lack of audience of the game in the sub continent. When it comes to world cup finals, the response of the audience in the stadium is awesome. Out of the eleven world cups finals played in different parts of the world, the final match played between Australia and England in the fourth edition of the world cup cricket in 1987 at Eden Gardens, Kolkata witnessed the largest number of audience present in a world cup cricket final. The match attracted 95,000 attendance at the stadium which is a record. And the second largest number of attendance could be seen in the final match of world cup cricket 2015 at MCG, Melbourne that was played between Australia and England.

Following table will show the largets number of audience who have witnessed world cup cricket finals:

Year Audience Venue Winner Runner-up
1987 95,000 Eden Gardens, Kolkata, India Australia England
2015 93,013 MCG, Melbourne, Australia Australia New Zealand
1992 87,182 MCG, Melbourne, Australia Pakistan England
1996 62,645 Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore, Pakistan Sri Lanka Australia
2011 42,000 Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai, India India Sri Lanka
2003 32,827 Wanderers, Johannesburg, South Africa Australia India
1979 32,000 Lord’s, London West Indies England
1983 30,000 Lord’s, London India West Indies
1999 30,000 Lord’s, London Australia Pakistan
2007 28,108 Kensington Oval, Bridgetown Australia Sri Lanka
1975 24,000 Lord’s, London West Indies Australia


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