- To categorize the member countries by performance in competitions.
- To motivate the member countries to have performance competition goals.
- To reward the member countries on their performance in ACC competitions.
The rankings for 2013 - 2014 will stay in place until December 2016
- The ACC ranking system is based on a two-year cycle for men’s cricket, as the range of age-group tournaments and ACC Trophy are completed over 2 years.
- The rankings are determined on the teams’ placings in the ACC Trophy, ACC U-19 and U-16 Cups.
- The teams with the minimum aggregate ranking points, based on their finishing positions in the tournaments are ranked highest.
|ACC Trophy Elite 2014||ACC U-19 Elite 2013||ACC U-16 Elite 2014||FINAL COMBINED|
||6. Saudi Arabia||6.||6.|
||8. Hong Kong||8.||8.|
|ACC Trophy Challenge 2014||ACC U-19 Challenge 2013||ACC U-16 Challenge 2014||12.|
- The top two teams in each Challenge competition are promoted into the following two-year cycle’s Elite Division.
- The bottom two teams in each Elite competition are relegated to the Challenge Division in the following cycle.
- The ACC Women’s Tournaments are not included in the rankings system as not all members are participating in them.