Australia at the World Cup
Australia have competed in every world cup championships, and are the most successful World Cup team, having won the tournament five times, in 1987, 1999, 2003, 2007, 2015 and also being the runner up twice (see winner's list).
- Australia are one of seven nations to have appeared at all World Cup Tournaments.
- The first tournament held in the Southern hemisphere was 1992, when it was co-hosted in Australia and New Zealand.
- Kepler Wessels was the first player to represent two different teams in the World Cup - he played for Australia in 1983 and for South Africa in 1991-92 (the only other player to play for more than one team is Anderson Cummins for West Indies and Canada).
- On 18 Mar 2011 Australia ended a 34-match World Cup streak without a loss. During this period, which started on May 27, 1999, they won 32 matches, while one was tied and one was a no-result.
- About Sport in Australia
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