The ICC Women’s T20 World Cup is the biennial international championship for women’s Twenty20 International cricket
T20 Women’s World Cup is organised by cricket’s governing body, the International Cricket Council (ICC).
The next edition of the tournament is scheduled to take place in 2020 in Australia.
|Year||Winner||Score||Runner Up||Score||Result||Venue||Hosting Nation(s)|
|2009||England||86/4 (17 overs)||New Zealand||85 (20 overs)||England won by 6 wickets||London||England|
|2010||Australia||106/8 (20 overs)||New Zealand||103/6 (20 overs)||Australia won by 3 runs||Bridgetown||West Indies|
|2012||Australia||142/4 (20 overs)||England||138/9 (20 overs)||Australia won by 4 runs||Colombo||Sri Lanka|
|2014||Australia||106/4 (15 overs)||England||105/8 (20 overs)||Australia won by 6 wickets||Dhaka||Bangladesh|
|2016||West Indies||149/2 (19 overs)||Australia||148/5 (20 overs)||West Indies won by 8 wickets||Kolkata||India|
|2018||Australia||106/2 (15.1 overs)||England||105 (19.4 overs)||Australia won by 8 wickets||North Sound||West Indies|