The International Cricket Council is made up of Associate Members and Full Members. If you are in the Full Members group, the governing body for cricket in your country, such as the BCCI in India, the ECB in England, or the PCB in Pakistan has the right to select a team to play test cricket as well as the right to vote at all ICC meetings. Furthermore, they can select teams to play in T20 and ODI matches.
Which Nations Are Full Members?
Below we have listed the 12 Full Member nations. If you click on one you will be taken to a page where you can find out about their cricket history, the colours that they are known for, the players in their squad that have managed to make a name for themselves, the trophies and tournaments that they have won over the years, and how the team is currently doing. In short, you will be able to find everything that you want to know about a particular team.
|Governing Body||Full Member Status||Test Status Since|
|Afghanistan Cricket Board||22nd June 2017||14th June 2018|
|Cricket Australia||15th June 1909||15th March 1877||East Asia-Pacific|
|Bangladesh Cricket Board||26th June 2000||10th November 2000|
|England and Wales Cricket Board||15th June 1909||15th March 1877||Europe|
|Board of Control for Cricket in India||31st May 1926||25th June 1932|
|Cricket Ireland||22nd June 2017||11th May 2018|
|New Zealand Cricket||31st May 1926||10th January 1930||East Asia-Pacific|
|Pakistan Cricket Board||28th July 1952||16th October 1952|
|Cricket South Africa||15th June 1909||12th March 1889|
|Sri Lanka Cricket||21st July 1981||17th February 1982|
|Cricket West Indies||31st May 1926||23rd June 1928|
|Zimbabwe Cricket||6th July 1992||18th October 1992|