|Miss World 1972|
|Date||1 December 1972|
|Presenters||Michael Aspel and David Vine|
|Venue||Royal Albert Hall, London, England, United Kingdom|
|Debuts||Botswana, and Singapore|
|Withdraws||Ceylon, Colombia, Cyprus, Guyana, Korea, Luxembourg, Nicaragua, Panama, Trinidad & Tobago, Tunisia|
|Returns||Costa Rica, Honduras, Hong Kong, and Liberia|
|Winner||Belinda Roma Green|
Countries and territories which sent delegates and results.
The 22nd Annual Miss World pageant was held at the Royal Albert Hall on 1 December 1972 on BBC. 53 delegates vied for the crown won by Belinda Green of Australia. Green is also the second Australian winner of the crown in just four years.
Returning countries and Debuts
- Botswana and Singapore competed in Miss World for the first time.
- Honduras last competed in 1968.
- Costa Rica last competed in 1969.
- Hong Kong and Liberia last competed in 1970.