Discover the complete Men's World Team Championship history since its creation in 1967. 

Australia withholds the world titles record with 8 wins.

Who will win the 25th edition ?

2015 World Championship cancelled

The 2015 World Championship, supposed to take place in Cairo, Egypt, was cancelled It is therefore England that will throw in its title (2013).

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The Squash Men's World Team Championship exists since 1967. Every two years, the world's best players compete in teams for the world title. This year, it will be the competition's 25th anniversary. If Australia withholds the record with their 8 titles, Egypt and England are currently favourites. This year, France will also be a serious contender for the title.

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History from 1993 until today

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1993 – Host country : Pakistan – Winner : PAKISTAN
1995 – Host country : Egypt – Winner : ENGLAND
1997 – Host country : Malaisia – Winner : ENGLAND

1999 – Host country : Egypt – Winner : EGYPT
2001 – Host country : Australia – Winner : AUSTRALIA
2003 – Host country : Australia – Winner : AUSTRALIA
2005 – Host country : Pakistan – Winner : ENGLAND
2007 – Host country : India – Winner : ENGLAND
2009 – Host country : Danemark – Winner : EGYPT
2011 – Host country : Germany – Winner : EGYPT
2013 – Host country : France – Winner : ENGLAND

History from 1967 until 1991

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1967 – Host country : Australia – Winner : AUSTRALIA
1969 – Host country : England – Winner : AUSTRALIA
1971 – Host country : New-Zealand– Winner : AUSTRALIA
1973 – Host country : South Africa – Winner : AUSTRALIA
1976 – Host country : England – Winner : GREAT-BRITAIN
1977 – Host country : Canada – Winner : PAKISTAN
1979 – Host country : Australia – Winner : GREAT-BRITAIN
1981 – Host country : Sweden – Winner : PAKISTAN
1983 – Host country : New-Zealand  – Winner : PAKISTAN
1985 – Host country : Egypt – Winner : PAKISTAN
1987 – Host country : England – Winner : PAKISTAN
1989 – Host country : Singapoure – Winner : AUSTRALIA
1991 – Host country : Finland – Winner : AUSTRALIA