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|Founder(s)||International Cricket Council|
|Owner||International Cricket Council|
Dubai Sports City, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
The ICC Academy (ICCA) is a cricket academy located in Dubai Sports City, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, that is managed and administered by the International Cricket Council. It was opened in 2009 under Rod Marsh, who was appointed as Director.
ICCA's facilities includes two ovals, each with ten turf pitches, outdoor turf and synthetic practice facilities, indoor practice facilities including Hawk Eye technology and a cricket-specific gymnasium. The opening was delayed until 2009. This Academy is planned and Managed by the International Cricket Council (ICC). The two cricket grounds are installed with floodlights.
- 2 full-size floodlit cricket ovals
- 38 Natural Turf pitches
- 6 indoor practice pitches
- 5700 square foot outdoor conditioning area
- Multi-media team room
- Physiotherapy and Medicine Centre
- 6 lane cricket cage
The academy regularly hosts international events such as:
- U-19 Cricket World Cup: 2014
- World T20 Qualifier: 2012
- Intercontinental Cup: 2011, 2012
- World Cricket League
It is also used as a training ground by:
List of Centuries
One Day Internationals
The following list summarizes the centuries scored in one Day Internationals at the venue.
|1||112||Irfan Karim||Kenya||137||2||Canada||13 March 2013||Won|
|2||129||Nawroz Mangal||Afghanistan||123||1||United Arab Emirates||30 November 2014||Lost|
|3||132*||Khurram Khan||United Arab Emirates||138||2||Afghanistan||30 November 2014||Won|
|4||124*||Mark Chapman||Hong Kong||116||1||United Arab Emirates||16 November 2015||Won|
|5||100||William Porterfield||Ireland||116||1||United Arab Emirates||2 March 2017||Won|
|6||143*||Anshuman Rath||Hong Kong||137||1||Papua New Guinea||8 December 2017||Won|
|7||116*||Ed Joyce||Ireland||149||2||United Arab Emirates||11 January 2018||Won|
|8||139||William Porterfield||Ireland||147||1||United Arab Emirates||13 January 2018||Won|
|9||102||Andrew Balbirnie||Ireland||109||1||United Arab Emirates||13 January 2018||Won|
|10||107*||Matthew Cross||Scotland||110||1||United Arab Emirates||21 January 2018||Won|
|11||121*||Rameez Shahzad||United Arab Emirates||115||2||Scotland||23 January 2018||Won|
|12||115||Paras Khadka||Nepal||109||2||United Arab Emirates||28 January 2019||Won|
List of Five Wicket Hauls
One Day Internationals
|1||Hameed Hassan||4 December 2014||Afghanistan||United Arab Emirates||1||10||45||5||4.50||United Arab Emirates Won|
|2||Zahoor Khan||2 March 2017||United Arab Emirates||Ireland||1||6.3||34||6||5.23||Ireland Won|
|3||Sompal Kami||26 January 2019||Nepal||United Arab Emirates||2||6.3||33||5||5.07||Nepal Won|
|1||Mark Watt||5 February 2016||Scotland||Netherlands||2||4||27||5||6.75||Scotland Won|
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- "1st ODI, Ireland tour of United Arab Emirates and India at ICCA Dubai, Mar 2 2017". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 2 September 2019.
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