The International Cricket Council (ICC) wants two more dressing rooms at the Eden Gardens which will host the World Twenty20 final on April 3 next year © Getty Images (Representational Image)
The International Cricket Council  wants two more dressing rooms at Eden Gardens which will host the World Twenty20 final on April 3 next year © Getty Images (Representational Image)

Kolkata:The International Cricket Council (ICC) wants two more dressing rooms at the Eden Gardens which will host the World Twenty20 final on April 3 next year, a senior Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) official confirmed on Thursday. Presently, the Eden Gardens has only two dressing rooms, one for the home and the other for the visiting team but as the women’s World T20 final will be held on the same day therefore cricket’s world governing body has asked the CAB for four change rooms. “Yes. The ICC have told us to get two more dressing rooms. We will sit and have a meeting next to see how to go about it,” the CAB official told IANS. In the last World T20 final which was held in Mirpur, the Sher-e-Bangla stadium also had four dressing rooms for the same reason. The men’s world event starts from March 11. ALSO READ: ICC ropes in OPPO as global partner

ICC World T20 2016 is set to be officially launched on Friday in Mumbai by Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). The world cricket body revealed this news via their official Twitter account with a collage of images of the winners of tournament so far—India, Pakistan, England, West Indies and Sri Lanka. The logo of ICC World T20 2016 was unveiled yesterday. ICC had also shared a premier to the event on Twiiter, saying: “#WT20 It’s coming to India for the very first time, March 2016.” The mega event will begin on March 11 and the final will be played on April 3 at Eden Gardens, Kolkata. READ: ICC unveils 2016 ICC World Twenty20 logo