List of Cricket Venues and Grounds in England

List of Cricket Venues, Cricket Grounds, Cricket Stadiums in England. Here is the list of all England Cricket Grounds, Stadiums, Venues profile along with photo, upcoming series, matches and cricket stats.

List of Cricket Venues and Grounds in England

List of cricket venues, cricket grounds, cricket stadiums in England. Here is the latest updated list of all England Cricket Ground, Stadium or Venue Profile around the England with Photos, Upcoming Series, Matches and Cricket Stats.

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College Ground - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England

Capacity 4000 Establishment NA End Chapel End-College Lawn End

Grace Road - Leicester, England

Capacity 6000 Establishment 1878 End Pavilion End, Bennett End

County Cricket Ground Hove - Hove

Capacity 4000 Establishment 1872 End Cromwell Road End Sea End

merchant taylors school northwood cricket ground - NA

Capacity NA Establishment NA End NA

County Ground Derby - Derby

Capacity 9500 Establishment 1863 End Grandstand End-Scoreboard End

The Cloud County Ground - Chelmsford

Capacity 6,500 Establishment NA End River End-Hayes Close End

Queens Park - Chesterfield

Capacity 15,000 Establishment 1898 End Lake End-Pavilion End

Stanley Park - Blackpool

Capacity 8,000 Establishment 1924 End Pavilion End-Nursery End

Radlett Cricket Club - Radlett

Capacity NA Establishment 1938 End Pavilion End-Salter's Field End

New Road - Worcester

Capacity 5,500 Establishment 1896 End New Road End-Diglis End

County Ground Northhampton - Northampton

Capacity 6,500 Establishment 1885 End Lynn Wilson End - David Capel End

St Lawrence Ground - Canterbury, Kent

Capacity 6,000 Establishment 1847 End Pavilion End - Nackington Road End

Sophia Gardens - Cardiff, Wales

Capacity 15,643 Establishment NA End River Taff End - Cathedral Road End

Riverside Ground - Chester-le-Street, County Durham

Capacity 17,000 Establishment 1995 End Lumley End - Finchale End

Edgbaston Cricket Ground - Edgbaston, Birmingham, England

Edgbaston Cricket Ground, also known as the County Ground or Edgbaston Stadium, is a cricket ground in the Edgbaston area of Birmingham, England. It has a seating capacity of over 25,000 spectators and is the home ground for the Warwickshire County Cricket Club and the Birmingham Phoenix franchise in The Hundred tournament.

Capacity 25,000 Establishment 1882 End Birmingham End (previously City End) - Pavilion End

Lords Cricket Ground - St John's Wood, London, England

Lord's Cricket Ground, commonly known as Lord's, is a cricket venue in St John's Wood, London. Named after its founder, Thomas Lord, it is owned by Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC). Lord's was established in 1814 and has undergone several renovations and upgrades over the years. It has a seating capacity of over 28,000 spectators

Capacity 31,100 Establishment 1814 End Nursery End - Pavilion End

Headingley Cricket Ground - Headingley, Leeds

Headingley Cricket Ground is a cricket ground in the Headingley Stadium complex in Headingley, Leeds, England. Headingley Cricket Ground was established in 1890 and has undergone several renovations and upgrades over the years. It has a seating capacity of over 17,000 spectators and is known for its unique atmosphere and passionate crowds.

Capacity 18,350 Establishment 1890 End Kirkstall Lane End - Emerald Stand End

Old Trafford Cricket Ground - Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, England

Old Trafford is a cricket ground in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, England.Old Trafford Cricket Ground was established in 1857 and has undergone several renovations and upgrades over the years. It has a seating capacity of over 26,000 spectators and is known for its passionate crowds and unique atmosphere.

Capacity 26,000 Establishment 1857 End James Anderson End - Brian Statham End

Trent Bridge - West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire, England

Trent Bridge Cricket Ground is a cricket ground mostly used for Test, One-Day International and county cricket located in West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire, England. Trent Bridge Cricket Ground was established in 1838 and has undergone several renovations and upgrades over the years. It has a seating capacity of over 17,000 spectators and is known for its picturesque location and unique atmosphere.

Capacity 17,500 Establishment 1841 End Radcliffe Road End - Pavilion End

County Ground Bristol - Bristol, England

The Bristol County Ground (also known as Nevil Road and currently known as the Seat Unique Stadium for sponsorship reasons is a senior cricket venue in Bristol, England. The County Ground was established in 1889 and has undergone several renovations and upgrades over the years. It has a seating capacity of over 8,000 spectators and is known for its intimate atmosphere and picturesque surroundings.

Capacity 8,000 Establishment 1889 End Ashley Down Road End - Bristol Pavilion End