The journey of the T20 World Cup trophy will start from Barbados today, spreading across different countries in the West Indies.

The ‘Out of the World’ trophy tour will cover 15 countries across four continents, where the trophy will visit famous sports teams, stadiums and historical places while also being taken to legendary cricketers.

The trophy for the event, which will begin on June 2, was unveiled by former West Indies captain Chris Gayle and Ali Khan of the United States at the Empire State Building in New York.


ICC has also shared pictures and videos of the trophy.

The ninth edition of the T20 World Cup will be played in America and West Indies from June 1 this year.

Apart from visiting West Indies and all host venues in the US, the trophy will also visit emerging cricket nations in the US like Argentina, Brazil and Canada.