Learn more about The Hundred, the new 100 ball cricket competition coming in 2020.

Following an action-packed summer of cricket a new competition has been introduced. The Hundred is a new 100 ball format that will take place across England and Wales with eight teams from seven cities taking part. 

Players from around the world in addition to local icons will compete across the men and woman’s fixtures throughout five weeks in the summer of 2020. The fixtures will take place at world-famous cricket venues including The Kia Oval, Lord’s and Emirates Old Trafford.

A draft system was used to select players in each team. In the first stage, teams picked England stars and at least one England player from Test cricket is on each team. Teams also selected one local ‘icon’ player for their team. In stage two, following a draft, teams picked the rest of their players, where they were allowed a maximum of three overseas players.

Overseas players in the inaugural draft included Chris Gayle, Lasith Malinga, Kagiso Rabada, Steve Smith, Mitchell Starc and David Warner. From the domestic draft players include Joe Denly, Liam Livingstone, Samit Patel and Mark Wood.

Take a look at the full squad line-ups below:

Birmingham Phoenix | Edgbaston

England Test Player 
Chris Woakes

Local icons
Moeen Ali
Pat Brown
Overseas players
Kane Williamson (New Zealand)
Shaheen Afridi (Pakistan)
Adam Zampa (Australia)
Rest of squad
Liam Livingstone
Ravi Bopara
Benny Howell
Tom Helm
Adam Hose
Cameron Delport
Henry Brookes
Riki Wessels
Chris Cooke
Andrew McDonald (Men’s head coach)


London Spirit | Lord’s

England Test Player 
Rory Burns

Local icons
Eoin Morgan
Dan Lawrence
Overseas players
Glenn Maxwell (Australia)
Mohammad Nabi (Afghanistan)
Mohammad Amir (Pakistan)
Rest of squad
Mark Wood
Roelof van der Merwe
Joe Denly
Mason Crane
Kyle Abbott
Adam Rossington
Zak Crawley
Jade Dernbach
Luis Reece
Shane Warne (Men’s head coach)


Manchester Originals | Emirates Old Trafford

England Test Player 
Jos Butler

Local icons
Matt Parkinson
Saqib Mahmood
Overseas players
 Imran Tahir (South Africa)
Dan Christian (Australia)
Mitchell Santner (New Zealand)
Rest of squad
Dane Vilas
Phil salt
Tom Abell
Wayne Madsen
Wayne Parnell
Joe Clarke
Marchant de Lange
Ed Pollock
Eddie Byrom
Simon Katich (Men’s head coach)


Northern Superchargers | Emerald Headingley

England Test Player 
Ben Stokes

Local icons
Adil Rashid
David Willey
Overseas players
Aaron Finch (Australia)
Mujeeb Ur Rahman (Afghanistan)
Chris Lynn (Australia)
Rest of squad
Adam Lyth
Richard Gleeson
Ben Foakes
Tom Kohler-Cadmore
David Wiese
Nathan Rimmington
Brydon Carse
Ed Barnard
John Simpson
Darren Lehmann (Men’s head coach)


Oval Invincibles | The KIA Oval

England Test Player 
Sam Curran

Local icons
Jason Roy
Tom Curran
Overseas players
Sunil Narine (West Indies)
Sandeep Lamichhane (Nepal)
Fabian Allen (West Indies)
Rest of squad
Sam Billings
Rilee Rossouw
Reece Topley
Hardus Viljoen
Alex Blake
Chris Wood
Will Jacks
Nathan Sowter
Laurie Evans
Tom Moody (Men’s head coach)


Southern Brave | The Ageas Bowl

England Test Player 
Jofra Archer

Local icons
James Vince
Chris Jordan
Overseas players
Andre Russell (West Indies)
David Warner (Australia)
Shadab Khan (Pakistan)
Rest of squad
Liam Dawson
Tymal Mills
Ross Whiteley
Delray Rawlins
Ollie Pope
George Garton
Alex Davies
Max Waller
Craig Overton
Mahela Jayawardena (Men’s head coach)


Trent Rockets | Trent Bridge

England Test Player 
Joe Root

Local icons
Alex Hales
Harry Gurney
Overseas players
Rashid Khan (Afghanistan)
D’Arcy Short (Australia)
Nathan Coulter-Nile (Australia)
Rest of squad
Lewis Gregory
Steven Mullaney
Matthew Carter
Luke Wood
Tom Moores
Dawid Malan
Ben Cox
Luke Fletcher
Luke Wright
Stephen Fleming (Men’s head coach)


Welsh Fire | Sofia Gardens

England Test Player 
Jonny Bairstow

Local icons
Tom Banton
Colin Ingram
Overseas players
Steve Smith (Australia)
Mitchell Starc (Australia)
Qais Ahmad (Afghanistan)
Rest of squad
Ravi Rampaul
Ben Duckett
Simon Harmer
Liam Plunkett
Ryan ten Doeschate
David Payne
Ryan Higgins
Danny Briggs
Leus du Plooy
Gary Kirsten (Men’s head coach)

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