The ICC Hall of Fame is a hall of fame for cricket players, administrators and umpires. It was launched in 2009 by the International Cricket Council (ICC) as a way to recognize and honor the achievements of the game's greatest players and personalities. The purpose of the Hall of Fame is to pay tribute to those players and officials who have made the greatest contribution to the history of cricket. To be eligible for inclusion, a player must be retired from international cricket for at least five years
6 Indians have been inducted into the ICC Hall of Fame. Sachin Tendulkar is the latest Indian to join the list.
3 more cricketers have been inducted into the ICC Hall of Fame in 2019. These are; Sachin Tendulkar, South African great Allan Donald and Australian Katherine Fitzpatrick.
In 2010, former England women's cricket team captain Rachael Hay Flint became the first woman to be inducted into the Hall of Fame list.
A player is eligible for inclusion in the ICC Hall of Fame list only after a mandatory period of 5 years after his retirement from international cricket.
Since January 2, 2009, 90 players have been included in the ICC Hall of Fame list. The highest number of 28 players are from England, followed by Australia (26) and West Indies (18). Whereas 6 players from India have been included
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