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2011 Cricket World Cup Logo

As India is one of the major hosts of the 2011 world cup the entire world is looking at the country with great expectations. After successfully hosting the Commonwealth Games peoples expectations of India has really risen. Hence be it the venues, the accommodation for players, the hospitality the tickets and the logos India has proved itself worthy in every field.

The concept of logos in cricket world cups in pretty recent. The last cricket world logo that was in 2007 showed a cricketer on a beach. The interpretation of this was beach cricket or cricket played in the Caribbean since the previous world cup was held in West Indies.

The logo of the upcoming 2011 cricket world cup is a celebration of cricket in diversity. The logo is in the shape of a ball with different colors. The ball represents the game of cricket and the colors represent the diverse people of the south Asian countries.

This logo has been designed by Witekite which is one of the most reputed creative firms in Australia. The logo is a beautiful symbol of the people of the south Asian countries living in harmony. The basic aim of the logo is however to convey just one message and that is the cricket is one of the most celebrated sports all across the world.

The logo for the 2011 cricket world cup was recently revealed in a ceremony that was held in Mumbai. The ceremony was one of great pomp and show and was which was attended by eminent cricketing personalities and a host of the cricket committee board members.

The ceremony was very unique and it took off to a kick start. It took off with presentation trailers of the previous 10 world cups and this was followed by a cultural show and lots of music and entertainment. The ceremony was a huge hit and appreciated all across the globe.

Some of the prominent personalities present at the 2011 Cricket World Cup Logo ceremony were; Dilip Vengsarkar, Aravind De Silver, Balwinder Singh, Sharad Pawar, Michael Bevan and many more. It was in this ceremony that Mr Sharad Pawar also announced that this time the prices of the tickets will be nominally priced since there is no motive of earning profits out of the sales of tickets.

Last Updated on 01 April 2011

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