Take a look at the Cricket world cup 2019 venues and stadiums

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Take a look at the Cricket world cup 2019 venues and stadiums

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 will be played between 30th May and 14th July. Maximum six matches will be hosted in Old Trafford.

Edgbaston in Birmingham, Lord’s, Hampshire Bowl in Southampton and The Oval and Trent Bridge in Nottingham will stage five matches of Cricket world 2019 each.

Here is the detail of each venue and stadium:

Kennington Oval (London)

The Oval, commonly known as ‘The Foster’s Oval’ was opened in 1845 and has a capacity of 23500 people.

Matches scheduled at this venue:

09:30 GMT: South Africa VS England (Match 1)

09:30 GMT: Bangladesh VS South Africa (Match 5)

12:30 GMT: New Zealand VS Bangladesh (Match 9)

09:30 GMT: Australia VS India (Match 14)

09:30 GMT: Sri Lanka VS Australia (Match 20)

Kennington Oval (London)
Kennington Oval (London)

Trent Bridge (Nottingham)

Opened in 1841, Trent Bridge has a capacity of 17000 people. It Is known as ‘Trent Bridge Ground’.

Matches scheduled at this venue:

9:30 GMT: West Indies VS Pakistan (Match 2)

9:30 GMT: Pakistan VS England (Match 6)

9:30 GMT: West Indies VS Australia (Match 10)

9:30 GMT: New Zealand VS India (Match 18)

9:30 GMT: Bangladesh VS Australia (Match 26)

Trent Bridge (Nottingham)
Trent Bridge (Nottingham)

County Ground (Bristol)

This ground was opened in 1889 and is commonly known as ‘The Royal and Sun County Ground, ‘Fry’s Ground’ and ‘Ashley down Ground’.

Matches scheduled at this venue:

12:30 GMT: Australia VS Afghanistan (Match 4)

09:30 GMT: Sri Lanka VS Pakistan (Match 11)

09:30 GMT: Bangladesh VS Sri Lanka (Match 16)

County Ground (Bristol)
County Ground (Bristol)

The Rose Bowl (Southampton)

It was opened in 2001 and known as ‘the Ageas Bowl’ and has a capacity of 20,000 people.

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Matches scheduled at this venue:

09:30 GMT: India VS South Africa (Match 8)

09:30 GMT: West Indies VS South Africa (Match 15)

09:30 GMT: England VS West Indies (Match 19)

09:30 GMT: Afghanistan VS India (Match 28)

09:30 GMT: Afghanistan VS Bangladesh (Match 31)

The Rose Bowl (Southampton)
The Rose Bowl (Southampton)

The Cooper Associates County Ground (Taunton)

It was opened in 1882 and famous for Athletic ground having a capacity of 6500 people.

Matches scheduled at this venue:

12:30 GMT: NewZealand VS Afghanistan (Match 13)

09:30 GMT: Pakistan VS Australia (Match 17)

09:30 GMT: West Indies VS Bangladesh (Match 23)

The Cooper Associates County Ground (Taunton)
The Cooper Associates County Ground (Taunton)

Old Trafford (Manchester)

Old Trafford was opened in 1857 and has a huge capacity of 19000 people.

Matches scheduled at this venue:

09:30 GMT: Pakistan VS India (Match 22)

09:30 GMT: England VS Afghanistan (Match 24)

12:30 GMT: West Indies VS New Zealand (Match 29)

09:30 GMT: India VS West Indies (Match 34)

12:30 GMT: South Africa VS Australia (Match 45)

09:30 GMT: TBC VS TBC (1st Semi-Final – 1 v 4)

Old Trafford (Manchester)
Old Trafford (Manchester)

Edgbaston (Birmingham)

It was opened in 1882 and has a large capacity of 21,000 people.

Matches scheduled at this venue:

09:30 GMT: (Match 25)

09:30 GMT: (Match 33)

09:30 GMT: (Match 38)

09:30 GMT: (Match 40)

09:30 GMT:  (2nd Semi-Final) – 2 v 3

Edgbaston (Birmingham)
Edgbaston (Birmingham)

Headingley (Leeds)

It was opened in 1890 and has a capacity of 17,000 people.

Matches scheduled at this venue:

09:30 GMT: Sri Lanka VS England (Match 27)

09:30 GMT: Pakistan VS Afghanistan (Match 36)

09:30 GMT: Afghanistan VS West Indies (Match 42)

09:30 GMT: Sri Lanka VS India (Match 44)

Headingley (Leeds)
Headingley (Leeds)

Lord’s (London)

It was opened in 1814 and has a very large capacity of 30,000 people.

Matches scheduled at this venue:

09:30 GMT: Pakistan VS South Africa (Match 30)

09:30 GMT: England VS Australia (Match 32)

12:30 GMT: New Zealand VS Australia (Match 37)

09:30 GMT: Bangladesh VS Pakistan (Match 43)

09:30 GMT: TBC VS TBC (Final)

Lord's (London)
Lord’s (London)

Riverside Ground (Chester-le-Street)

It was opened in 1995 and has a capacity of 5000 people (17,000 for internationals).

Matches scheduled at this venue:

09:30 GMT: South Africa VS Sri Lanka (Match 35)

09:30 GMT: West Indies VS Sri Lanka (Match 39)

09:30 GMT: New Zealand VS England (Match 41)

Riverside Ground (Chester-le-Street)

Sophia Gardens (Cardiff)

When it was built, it had a capacity of 5500 people, but not after redeveloping, it has a capacity of 15,000 people.

Matches scheduled at this venue:

09:30 GMT: Sri Lanka VS New Zealand (Match 3)

09:30 GMT: Afghanistan VS Sri Lanka (Match 7)

09:30 GMT: Bangladesh VS England (Match 12)

12:30 GMT: Afghanistan VS South Africa (Match 21)

Sophia Gardens (Cardiff)
Sophia Gardens (Cardiff)

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