Lord’s is owned privately by the Marylebone Cricket Club and is also home to England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB). Home to Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) and Middlesex, the iconic Lord’s is widely regarded as the ‘Mecca of Cricket’. Playing a Test at the home of cricket is still regarded as the highest point for many cricketers. It was first opened in 1814 and has continued to be the home of cricket since 1884.

At the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, the Home of Cricket will host five fixtures, and will once again be the venue for the World Cup Final. The elite amongst elite, it one of the most, if not the most prestigious cricket grounds in the world. The Home of Cricket will be hosting five matches, including the final of the ICC World Cup 2019. With a capacity of 28,000 and a plethora of world-class facilities.

Match 30
June 23 Sunday 3 p.m.
Pakistan vs South Africa

Match 32
June 25 Tuesday 3 p.m.
England vs Australia

Match 37
June 29 Saturday 6 p.m.
New Zealand vs Australia

Match 43
July 5 Friday 3 p.m.
Pakistan vs Bangladesh