India Women

India Women Team has come leaps and bounds in the past decade or so. Although women’s cricket in India has been in the fray since the 1970’s, enticing an audience to watch their game was always a major challenge. It has been a slow and long process for the aspiring women in the field of cricket. However, if we fast forward time to today’s date, the Indian women’s team is being given respect that they deserve, and there are plenty of fans within the nation who quite avidly follow them.

The likes of Mithali Raj, and Jhulan Goswami were a few household names that did stick to people’s minds. But now there are plenty of other quality Indian Women Players too, such as Smriti Mandhana, Shefali Shah, Harmanpreet Kaur, Deepti Sharma, and plenty of others who are constantly doing the rounds.




Indian Women Cricket Team


The belief in the India Women Team truly began when the Women in Blue advanced into the finals of the ICC Women’s World Cup of 2017. A scintillating knock of 175 from Harmanpreet Kaur propelled India into the finals of the tournament as they faced a champion England unit at Lord’s.

There were plenty of expectations as the masses stayed glued to their TV Sets. However, the Indian women’s team fell short of just seven runs of claiming their first ever world title. Nonetheless, the World Cup campaign did breed a new set of fans and inspired a new generation of women cricketers to represent their nation on the big stage.

The Indian Women Cricket Team now have the power to pull an audience as a result of their top performers and recent success. The Women’s team have some have some big assignments coming up against the likes of England and Australia away from home, which also involves a couple of Test Matches. Here are the India Upcoming Matches that are scheduled for this year. Click to check salary of India Women Players.

India Women match schedule

  • Only Test, Bristol, June 16-19: England Women vs India Women
  • 1st ODI, Bristol, June 27 2021: England Women vs India Women
  • 2nd ODI, Taunton, 30 June 2021: England Women vs India Women
  • 3rd ODI, Worcester, July 3 2021: England Women vs India Women
  • 1st T20I, Northampton, July 9 2021: England Women vs India Women
  • 2nd T20I, Brighton, July 11 2021: England Women vs India Women
  • 3rd T20I Chelmsford, July 14 2021: England Women vs India Women
  • 1st ODI, Sydney, September 19 2021: Australia Women vs India Women
  • 2nd ODI, Melbourne, September 22: Australia Women vs India Women
  • 3rd ODI, Melbourne, September 24: Australia Women vs India Women
  • Only Test, Perth, September 30 - October 3 2021: Australia Women vs India Women
  • 1ST T20I, Sydney, October 7 2021- Australia Women vs India Women
  • 2nd T20I, Sydney, October 9 2021- Australia Women vs India Women
  • 3rd T20I, Sydney, October 11 2021- Australia Women vs India Women

Both the men and women’s team that comprise the Indian National Cricket Team have major series’ and tournaments lined up as they look to win big. With nonstop cricketing action left in the second half of 2021, we can expect some nerve wracking games that ensure quality cricket.

Women’s World Cup 2022

The Indian women’s team would be eager to do well and win as many games as possible, in order to gain the confidence and momentum before the 2022 Women’s Cricket World Cup. The scheduled date for the tournament is from March 4 to April 3, with New Zealand being the host nation. This time, Team India will be looking to right the wrongs of 2017, and go the distance given the quality and depth they now have. The Indian women’s team have done decently well to make it to the semi finals and finals of major ICC events in the past few years, but are still looking for a way to clinch a major title. The constant disappointment in the knock out stages might put in change in mentality here, and with newer players filling in, the fearless brand of cricket could be the optimum way to get ultimate success.

Eight nations will be taking part in the tournament, with 31 matches to take place as well. The World Cup was originally original schedule for the window in February-March 2021. However, the COVID-19 Pandemic resulted in postponement of the tournament. Nevertheless, the venue for the World Cup remains the same, as Auckland, Tauranga, Hamilton, Wellington, Christchurch, and Dunedin will be hosting the games.

ICC Women’s World Cup Schedule

The ICC recently released the schedule for the ICC Women’s World Cup in New Zealand, and here’s how it what it looks like.

Bay Oval, Tauranga

  • Fri 04 Mar 2022 New Zealand v Qualifier*
  • Sun 06 Mar 2022 Qualifier v India*
  • Tue 08 Mar 2022 Australia v Qualifier *
  • Fri 11 Mar 2022 Qualifier v South Africa*
  • Mon 14 Mar 2022 South Africa v England*
  • Wed 16 Mar 2022 England v India*
  • Fri 18 Mar 2022 Qualifier v Qualifier
University Oval, Dunedin

  • Sat 05 Mar 2022 Qualifier v South Africa
  • Mon 07 Mar 2022 New Zealand v Qualifier
  • Wed 09 Mar 2022 Qualifier v England
Seddon Park, Hamilton

  • Sat 05 Mar 2022 Australia v England*
  • Thu 10 Mar 2022 New Zealand v India*
  • Sat 12 Mar 2022 Qualifier v India*
  • Mon 14 Mar 2022 Qualifier v Qualifier
  • Thu 17 Mar 2022 New Zealand v South Africa*
  • Mon 21 Mar 2022 Qualifier v Qualifier*
  • Tue 22 Mar 2022 India v Qualifier*
Basin Reserve, Wellington

  • Sun 13 Mar 2022 New Zealand v Australia
  • Tue 15 Mar 2022 Australia v Qualifier
  • Tue 22 Mar 2022 South Africa v Australia
  • Thu 24 Mar 2022 South Africa v Qualifier
  • Fri 25 Mar 2022 Qualifier v Australia
  • Sun 27 Mar 2022 England v Qualifier
  • Wed 30 Mar 2022 Semi-Final 1
Eden Park, Auckland

  • Sat 19 Mar 2022 India v Australia*
  • Sun 20 Mar 2022 New Zealand v England
Hagley Oval, Christchurc

  • Thu 24 Mar 2022 England v Qualifier*
  • Sat 26 Mar 2022 New Zealand v Qualifier
  • Sun 27 Mar 2022 India v South Africa*
  • Thu 31 Mar 2022 Semi-Final 2*
  • Sun 03 Apr 2022 FINAL*