Edgbaston is home to Warwickshire County Cricket Club and is located in the southern suburb of Birmingham. It has been a venue at four previous ICC Cricket World Cups, and was a semi-final location in the 1979, 1983 and 1999 editions. It will host five games at the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, including one semi-final and the high-profile meeting of England and India.

The homeground of Warwickshire County Club, it has a capacity of 25,000 making it the fourth largest cricketing venue in England. It will be hosting five matches in the tournament, including a semifinal match. The cricket ground also has a bit of history associated with it. It hosted the first match in England to be played under floodlights in 1997 and also the first day/night Test match in England in August 2017.

Match 33
June 26 Wednesday 3 p.m.
New Zealand vs Pakistan

Match 38
June 30 Sunday 3 p.m.
England vs India

Match 40
July 2 Tuesday 3 p.m.
Bangladesh vs India

Match 47
July 11 Thursday 3 p.m.
Second semifinal