ICC World Cup 2019 Stadiums Preview

ICC World Cup 2019 will be executed in England and Wales and the journey of the tournament will start from the end of the May, 2019. Total 48 matches will be executed in eleven different venues in England and Wales. Some venues will host highest six matches there and a ground named County Ground, Taunton will host lowest three matches. The final match will be staged at Lord’s, London. Here we present ICC World Cup 2019 stadiums preview below.

WORLD CUP CRICKET STADIUMS

  • Edgbaston – Edgbaston Cricket Ground which is also known as the Edgbaston Stadium or County Ground is one of the 11th stadium where the matches of upcoming ICC World Cup 2019 will take place. The ground is located in Edgbaston, Birmingham and it was founded in 1882 which makes t as one of the oldest cricket ground so far. The seat capacity of the ground is 25,000 approximately. The first international ODI was executed in the ground in 28th August, 1972 when England faced Australia.
  • Bristol County Ground – Bristol County Ground is also known as Nevil Road which is one of the 11th selected venues of hosting some matches of upcoming ICC World Cup 2019. It is one of the senior cricket venue if Bristol, England. It was founded in 1889 and the seat capacity is 8,000 only but for international matches, the capacity would be extended to 17,500 hopefully.

CWC Stadiums

  • Sophia Gardens – Sophia Gardens is located in Cardiff, Wales which is also selected as one of the eleven grounds for upcoming ICC World Cup 2019. The seat capacity of the ground is 15,643.
  • Riverside Ground – Riverside Ground is also selected for the upcoming ICC World Cup 2019. It is almost a new ground located in Chester-le-Street, County Durham. The ground was established in 1995 with 19,000 seats capacity for international matches.
  • Headingley – Headingley Cricket Ground is also known as Headingley which is located in Headingley, Leeds. The ground was established in 1890 and the seat capacity is 17,500. The ground will host four matches in upcoming ICC World Cup 2019.
  • Lord’s – Lord’s Cricket Ground which is commonly known as Lord’s is the most reputed venue located in London, England. It was founded in 204 years ago in 1814. The ground will host the final match of upcoming ICC World Cup 2019 along with four matches in group stage.
  • The Oval – The Oval is a cricket ground in London, United Kingdom which was established in 1845. The seats capacity of the ground is 25,500. It will host five matches in upcoming ICC World Cup 2019.
  • Old Trafford – Old Trafford Cricket Ground is commonly known as Old Trafford which was founded in 1857. It is one of the eleven venues of upcoming ICC World Cup 2019 and it will host total six matches including semi final. It is located in Greater Manchester, England.
  • Trent Bridge – Trent Bridge is a reputed cricket ground in West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire, England which was founded in 1841. The current seats capacity is 17,500. The venue will host five matches in upcoming ICC World Cup 2019.
  • Rose Bowl – Rose Bowl is also known as The Ageas Bowl due to sponsoring reason. It is a new stadium located in West End, Hampshire. The ground was established in 2001 and the seats capacity is 25,000. Five matches in upcoming ICC World Cup 2019 will be executed there.
  • County Ground – County Ground is located in Taunton, Somerset which was established in 1882. For any international match, the ground has 12,500 seats capacity. It is one of the eleven selected venues in ICC World Cup 2019. The ground will host three matches.