Lord's to host next two WTC finals
It is the favoured venue since the 2023 and 2025 finals are set to be played in June, which falls in the English season
The decision was approved at the ICC's AGM, which concluded on Tuesday in Birmingham.
The inaugural WTC final was held in Southampton in 2021 when New Zealand got the better of India in four days.
That match was originally scheduled for Lord's, too, but had to be moved to the Ageas Bowl because of Covid-19 restrictions in place at that time.
ICC chair Greg Barclay had indicated in a chat with BBC's Test Match Special earlier this season that
Lord's was the preferred option mainly because the WTC final is scheduled in June - both in 2023 and 2025.
"It's June so that rules out a number of other venues and we've got to get certainty around where it's hosted,"
Barclay had said. "We're out of Covid now so subject to arrangements being made and being able to be hosted out of Lord's I think that's the intention."