Cricket World Cup (CWC) League system is replacing old World Cricket League (WCL).
- 13 Full Members (FMs) will be part of Cricket World Cup (CWC) Super League (starting May 2020 for 2 years). Top 8 will qualify for World Cup 2023. Bottom 5 will take part in Qualifier Tournament in 2022
- After the end of old WCL Division 2 in 2019 the top 4 teams will join other top 3 teams of WCL Divsion 1 (or Championship) to take part in CWC League 2 (August 2019 to January 2022, all matches ODI status). These 7 teams – Associate Members (AMs) – are top ranked old WCL teams (14th-20th). After the end of the League 2 top 3 teams will take part in Qualifier tournament and bottom 4 will play a Play-off Tournament (2022)
- Old WCL’s 12 teams – ranked 21st to 32nd – will take part in CWC Challenge League (August 2019 – 2021). These 12 teams – Associate Members (AMs) – will be divided into two groups of 6 teams each – group A and B. The top team from each group will take part in the Play-off Trounament (2022)
- The top two teams from Play-off Trounament (2022) will then progress to the 2022 Cricket World Cup Qualifier
- Qualifier will be a 10-team tournament (5 from Super League, 3 from League 2 and 2 from Play-off tournament)
- The top 2 teams from the Qualifier tournament will qualify for World Cup 2023 that will be a 10-team competition
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