ICC Officially unveiled logo for T20 World Cup 2024

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20 teams, 55 matches—never before has a cricket tournament been held on such a grand scale. The 2024 T20 World Cup is therefore the biggest step for the ICC to literally make cricket global.

The ninth edition of the T20 World Cup will be held in the West Indies and the United States in June-July. With the world's largest economy, the United States, hosting an ICC tournament for the first time, the cricket market is sure to expand. Maybe with this in mind, ICC unveiled a vivid logo for the 2024 T20 World Cup.

The governing body of world cricket published the logo simultaneously on its website and social media pages this afternoon. Claire Furlong, General Manager of the Marketing and Communication Department of the organization, believes that the T20 World Cup will be known as a new brand through this.

Furlong said, 'The ICC Boys' and Girls' T20 World Cups are committed to providing an exciting experience for cricket fans. We hope the new logo reflects that vision and energy.'

Every World Cup logo tries to depict the history, tradition, and culture of the host country. The 2024 T20 World Cup is no exception. The logo design features the palm trees of the two hosts, the West Indies, and the United States' striped colored ribbons. Through this, individual craftsmanship is recognized.

Photo: ICC
Photo: ICC

ICC has released a 1-minute 30-second video on the unveiling of the logo. It says the logo is made from the three things that define T20 cricket—bat, ball, and power! The creative combination of these three epitomizes the key contributions of T20 cricket.

The text T20 in English is translated into a swinging bat, which is enclosed in a moving ball. The graphic between the balls reflects the atmosphere and electric energy of a T20 match. And the curved design hinted at the growing excitement and heart-pounding moments surrounding the game.

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