ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Venues

This ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 will be played in England who are the founding fathers of this beautiful game. Also, they have got the most beautiful cricketing venues and in this article, we are going to talk about ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Venues and answer many of your questions about these cricket stadiums in England & Wales. So without waiting any further on this so here we go.

Cricket World Cup 2019 Venue: The Oval.

The Oval is one of the oldest cricket stadiums in London, England which was founded in the 19th century. The stadium’s current crowd capacity is 24,500 for ODI and is going to be one of the hosts for many ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 matches. The two ends in the stadium are Vauxhall and Pavilion End.

For a stadium which was established in 1845, The Oval has given us some great cricketing memories especially to the people of England. The first test in the stadium was played in 1880 between the teams of England Australia.

Cricket World Cup 2019 Venue: Trent Bridge.

A lot of World Cup 2019 fixtures will be played in Trent Bridge which is located in Nottinghamshire, England and is a popular venue for playing all three formats of cricket including Test, ODI, and T20i. The stadium has a crowd capacity of 17,500 with Pavilion and Radcliffe Road End being the two ends in the stadium.

The Trent Bridge Cricket Stadium was first established in 1841, however, the first test match was played quite late 1899 between England and Australia. England played their first ODI in this stadium against Pakistan in 1974.

Cricket World Cup 2019 Venue: County Ground Bristol.

County Ground Bristol is a cricket stadium in England which has the total crowd capacity of 26,000 for ODI matches. The ground was established in 1857 and has two ends named James Anderson and Brian Statham End. The first test here was played back in 1884 between England and Australia while the first ODI was also played between the two in 1972.

Cricket World Cup 2019 Venue: The Rose Bowl.

Rose Bowl Cricket Ground is also called The Ageas and it is due to the sponsorship reasons. The ground has two ends called Pavilion and Northern End. The stadium has a total crowd capacity of 15,000. For ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, the seating will be extended to 25,000 with the temporary chairs.

This stadium was first established in 2001 and the first test here was played between Sri Lanka and England in 2011. The first ODI, however, was played long ago between Zimbabwe and South Africa in 2003.

Cricket World Cup 2019 Venue: The Cooper Associates County Ground.

The Cooper Associates County Ground is situated in Somerset, England. The ground also serves as the home to Somerset County Club who have played here ever since the ground was established in 1882. With Somerset Pavilion and River Road End, the stadium has a total of crowd capacity of 8,000.

The crowd capacity will be expanded to 12,500 for World Cup matches with temporary seating like it is done for other international matches as well. Since 2006, England Women Cricket Team has been the tenants at the stadium.

Cricket World Cup 2019 Venue: Old Trafford.

Old Trafford Cricket Ground is a cricket stadium in Manchester, England which has the total crowd capacity of 26,000 for ODI matches. The ground was established in 1857 and has two ends named James Anderson and Brian Statham End. The first test here was played back in 1884 between England and Australia while the first ODI was also played between the two in 1972.

Cricket World Cup 2019 Venue: Edgbaston.

Edgbaston Cricket Ground or Edgbaston Stadium is a cricket stadium located in Birmingham, England which was established in 1882 and has hosted all three formats of cricket including Tests, ODI, and T20I. The stadium has two ends called Pavilion and Birmingham End.

Edgbaston Cricket Ground has a total crowd capacity of 25,000. The stadium hosted its first test match back in 1902 where England has played Australia and the first ODI was also between these two teams in 1972.

Cricket World Cup 2019 Venue: Headingley Carnegie.

Yorkshire Cricket Ground or also called Headingly Carnegie due to the sponsorship reasons is a cricket stadium located in Leeds, England. The stadium was first established in 1890 and was renovated many times. The stadium also has a Headingly Rugby Stadium alongside the cricket stadium. The cricket stadium has a maximum seating capacity of 17,500 for cricket matches.

Headingly Cricket Ground serves as the home pitch for Yorkshire County Cricket Club and will be hosting some matches of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. There are full facilities available for Day & Night cricket matches. The recent sponsors are Emerald Group Publishing and thus stadium is now called Emerald Headingley Stadium.

Cricket World Cup 2019 Venue: Lord’s.

Lord’s is one of the historic cricket stadiums and also the biggest with the seating capacity of 28,000. The seating will be extended for ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 matches. The two ends in the stadium are Pavilion and Nursery End. The first Lord’s test was played in 1884 between Australia and England. The first establishment of the stadium dates back to 1814.

Cricket World Cup 2019 Venue: Riverside Ground.

Riverside Ground is not one of the oldest cricket stadiums but is a fine establishment which happened in 1995 and will be hosting ICC Cricket World Cup match for the first time since its creation. The Lumley and Finchale End are the two ends in the stadium. The ground has a total crowd capacity of 5000 for domestic matches and 19000 for international matches.

So these were all the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 venues where various matches of the event will be played. Keep visiting our website for more content related to Cricket World Cup 2019.