Trent Bridge

Trent Bridge

Trent Bridge a 17,500 capacity cricket ground located in Nottinghamshire, it will be hosting five matches in the tournament. Home to the Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club, the historic Trent Bridge was established in 1841 and the first Test match was played in 1899. The site takes its name from the nearby main bridge over the Trent. Nottingham once had the world’s smallest cinema. The Screen Room, which opened in 2002 and closed in 2011, seat just 21 guests.

Trent Bridge, which is the home of Nottinghamshire – was the venue where England set a record ODI score of 481/6, with Alex Hales and Jonny Bairstow both making centuries. It was also the ground where they previously set the record in 2016, when they scored 444/3. The video tape recorder and the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner are some famous inventions that came out of Nottingham.


Match 2
May 31 Friday 3 p.m.
West Indies vs Pakistan
Trent Bridge


Match 6
June 3 Monday 3 p.m.
England vs Pakistan
Trent Bridge


Match 9
June 5 Wednesday 6 p.m.
Bangladesh vs New Zealand (D/N)
Trent Bridge


Match 10
June 6 Thursday 3 p.m.
Australia vs West Indies
Trent Bridge


Match 18
June 13 Thursday 3 p.m.
India vs New Zealand
Trent Bridge


Match 26
June 20 Thursday 3 p.m.
Australia vs Bangladesh
Trent Bridge