ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Venues, CWC 2019 Grounds, The venues that will host the World Cup matches across England and Wales. There would be 48 matches in total in the World Cup, of which 45 will be in the group stage. Each of the ten teams would be playing nine group stage matches, among which, the top four will progress to the semi-finals.
Bristol County Ground: The Bristol County Ground (also known as Nevil Road) is a senior cricket venue in Bristol, England. It is in the district of Ashley Down.
County Ground: Having a capacity of 7,000 people, it was opened in 1886 in Bristol, England. It is also known as The Royal & Sun Alliance County Ground.
Edgbaston: Located in Birmingham, England. It has a capacity of 21,000 people. It first came into existence in 1882.
Headingley: Also known as Headingley Grounds, it was opened in 1890 ijn Leeds, England. It has a capacity around 17,000 people.
Lord’s: It came into existence in 1814 and has a capacity of 30,000 people. Also known as Lord’s cricket ground, it is located in London, England.
Emirates Old Trafford: It was opened in 1857 in Manchester, England. It has a capacity of 19,000 people.
Riverside Ground: Opened in 1995 in Chester-le- Street, England. It can accommodate up to 17000 people.
The Rose Bowl: Opened in 2001, it can accommodate up to 20,000 people with temporary seating. Also known as The Ageas Bowl, It is located in Southampton, England.
Sophia Gardens: Having a capacity of 15,000 people after redevelopment, it is located in Cardiff, Whales. It is also known as The SWALEC Stadium.
Kennington Oval: Opened in 1845, this stadium is also known as ‘The Foster Oval’. It has a capacity of 23,500 people and is located in London, England.
Trent Bridge: Came into existence in 1841, this stadium is located in Nottingham, England. This stadium can accommodate up to 17,000 people.