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ICC Cricket World Cup Venues 2019 – Locations, Grounds and Schedule

The ICC Officials announced the detail of Venues (Cricket Stadium locations) and Matches Schedule for ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.  Registration for tickets have already started and the applications received gone over the capacity of the stadiums. Check the Complete Venue of 2019 Cricket World Cup list to get your tickets booked.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Venue and Schedule

County Ground, Bristol

Bristol County Ground is a senior cricket venue Opened in 1889 having Capacity of 7000 and also known as The Royal & Sun Alliance County Ground; Ashley Down Ground; Fry’s Ground; Phoenix County Ground.

  • Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka, Match 16
  • Pakistan vs Sri Lanka, Match 11
  • Afghanistan vs Australia, Match 4

World Cup Venue 2019 County-Ground


Edgbaston, Birmingham

Edgbaston Cricket Ground is a senior cricket venue Opened in 1882 having Capacity of 25,000 and also known as the Warwickshire County Cricket Club, County Ground or Edgbaston Stadium.

  • ICC 2019 World Cup Second Semi-Final (2 v 3)
  • Bangladesh vs India, Match 40
  • England vs India, Match 38
  • New Zealand vs Pakistan, Match 33
  • New Zealand vs South Africa, Match 25

Venue of 2019 Cricket World Cup Edgbaston, Birmingham


Headingley, Leeds

Headingley Stadium is a senior cricket venue opened in 1890 having Capacity of 17000 Known as Headingley Grounds having Time Zone UTC +01:00.

  • Sri Lanka vs India, Match 44
  • Afghanistan vs West Indies, Match 42
  • Pakistan vs Afghanistan, Match 36
  • England vs Sri Lanka, Match 27

Headingley Venue of 2019 Cricket World Cup


Lord’s, London

Lord’s Cricket Ground is a senior cricket venue Opened in 1814 having Capacity of 30,000. It is located in London, England and commonly Known as Lord’s.

  • ICC 2019 World Cup Final
  • Pakistan vs Bangladesh, Match 43
  • New Zealand vs Australia, Match 37
  • England vs Australia, Match 32
  • Pakistan vs South Africa, Match 30

Lord's ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Venue


Old Trafford, Manchest

Old Trafford Cricket Ground is a senior cricket venue opened in 1857 having Capacity of 19,000 and and has been the home of Lancashire County Cricket Club since 1864.

  • ICC 2019 World Cup First Semi-Final (1 v 4)
  • Australia vs South Africa, Match 45
  • West Indies vs India, Match 34
  • West Indies vs New Zealand, Match 29
  • England vs Afghanistan, Match 24
  • India vs Pakistan, Match 22

Old-Trafford ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Venue


Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street

Riverside Ground is a cricket stadium Opened in 1995 having Capacity of 5000 and 17000 for internationals. It is located in KChester-le-Street, England and has hosted several international matches.

  • England vs New Zealand, Match 41
  • Sri Lanka vs West Indies, Match 39
  • Sri Lanka vs South Africa, Match 35

Riverside-Ground 2019 World Cup Cricket Venue


Sophia Gardens, Cardiff

Sophia Gardens Cardiff is a cricket stadium in Cardiff, Wales having Capacity of 5,000 and 15,000 after redevelopment. It is located in Sophia Gardens on the River Taff. It is home to Glamorgan County Cricket Club and is listed as an international Test cricket venue.

  • South Africa vs Afghanistan, Match 21
  • England vs Bangladesh, Match 12
  • Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka, Match 7
  • New Zealand vs Sri Lanka, Match 3

Sophia-Gardens 2019 World Cup Cricket Venue


Trent Bridge, Nottingham

Trent Bridge is a cricket stadium Opened in 1841 having Capacity of 15,500. It is located in Nottingham, England and also Known as Trent Bridge Ground.

  • Australia vs Bangladesh, Match 26
  • India vs New Zealand, Match 18
  • Australia vs Windies, Match 10
  • England vs Pakistan, Match 6
  • West Indies vs Pakistan, Match 2

Trent-Bridge 2019 World Cup Venue


The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton

Cooper Associates County Ground is a cricket stadium in Taunton, Opened in 1882 having Capacity of 65,00. It is located in Sports ground in Taunton, England and also Known as Athletic Ground.

  • West Indies vs Bangladesh, Match 23
  • Australia vs Pakistan, Match 17
  • Afghanistan vs New Zealand, Match 13

Cooper-Associates-County-Ground 2019 World Cup Venue


The Oval, London

The Oval is a cricket stadium Opened in 1845 having Capacity of 23,500. It is located in Kennington Oval, London SE11 5SS, England and also Known as Kennington Oval, The AMP Oval, The Foster’s Oval, The Brit Oval.

  • Sri Lanka vs Australia, Match 20
  • India vs Australia, Match 14
  • Bangladesh vs New Zealand, Match 9
  • South Africa vs Bangladesh, Match 5
  • England vs South Africa, Match 1

Kennington-Oval 2019 World Cup Venue


The Rose Bowl, Southampton

The Rose Bowl is a cricket stadium Opened in 2001 having Capacity of 15,000. It is located in Southampton, England and also Known as The Ageas Bowl, West End.

  • Bangladesh vs Afghanistan, Match 31
  • India vs Afghanistan, Match 28
  • England vs West Indies, Match 19
  • South Africa vs West Indies, Match 15
  • South Africa vs India, Match 8

Kennington-Oval World Cup Venue 2019

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