Zimbabwe Cricket team represents Zimbabwe in international cricket matches. It is managed by Zimbabwe Cricket (previously referred as Zimbabwe Cricket Union or ZCU). Before independence it was known as Rhodesia cricket team. It became full member of ICC (International Cricket Council) with Test and One-Day International status in 1992. Zimbabwe played its first Test match against India on 18-22 October 1992 at Harare. Zimbabweans contested their first One Day International on 1 February 1993 versus Pakistan. Zimbabwe cricket team played its first Twenty20 International on 28 November 2006 against Bangladesh.
Zimbabwe cricket's golden era was from 1997-2002 when some quality players become part of Zimbabwe Cricket Team. Andy Flower was considered one of the best batsmen in the world at that time. Zimbabwe also produced such players like Grant Flower, Andy Blignaut, Heath Streak, Murray Goodwin, David Hughton, Alistair Campbell, Paul Strang, Eddo Brandes and Neil Johnson who were other important contributors at this time for Zimbabwe Cricket Team.
Zimbabwe's win percentage is 11.34% in total 97 Tests played with 11 wins, 60 losses and 26 draws. Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe has contested 453 One Day Internationals at the winning percentage of 26.52% with 115 victories, 323 defeats, 5 ties and 10 no results. Zimbabwe has played 38 Twenty20 Internationals at win percentage of 19.73% with 7 wins, 30 losses and 1 tie.