ICC Travel & Tours are an exclusive Official Travel Agent in Great Britain for the ICC T20 World Cup 2020

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

England v India - Two Night Break

Edgbaston - Birmingham

/ 2 night break, match date Sunday 30 June
Price: £599pp
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Edgbaston - Birmingham

2 night break, match date Sunday 30 June
Price: £599pp
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Package summary

Edgbaston. For 100 overs the centre of the cricketing world.

No team lights up a stadium like the Indians. With their flags and their horns and sheer hero worship of their superstars, they create an atmosphere like no other.

And this game in Birmingham will be a red-hot affair with a capacity crowd in the thick of the action.

Package features

  • Official match ticket
  • Bed and breakfast hotel accommodation
  • Experienced travel reps
  • Merchandise pack
  • ICC Travel & Tours event upgrade available

The match - 30 June

Where do you start with this?

India will be one of the favourites for the tournament and crowds will flock to see the brilliant Virat Kholi wherever he is batting. He is quite simply brilliant and with MS Dhoni also in fire-cracker form, India have one of the teams of the ages.

But England love playing at Edgbaston and will be fired up for this contest and can make a real statement with a victory. It could be a classic.

Radisson Blu Hotel Birmingham - 29 June to 1 July

The Radisson Blu Hotel soars above the cityscape in an impressive 39-storey building. With 211 superbly designed rooms, delicious dining options and two on-site bars, this is a great hotel to experience cricket’s greatest global party.

Edgbaston is one of England’s great cricket grounds and you can build up to your day of top class action with a wonderful stay in this iconic city centre hotel.

With Wi-Fi, TV and tea/coffee facilities in all rooms, you can enjoy sumptuous style which means you can either enjoy a great build up or unwind after a great day of top international one-day cricket.


Regeneration and renewal continue at a breathless pace in Britain's second-largest and most culturally diverse city.

A state-of-the-art library, gleaming shopping centres, beautifully restored Victorian buildings and a tram-line extension through the city's heart are just some of the recently completed initiatives of its Big City Plan.

These come hot on the heels of the striking Bullring shopping mall and iconic Selfridges building's 'bubble-wrapped' facade. The Bullring is the glamorous heart of Birmingham with over 160 imaginative and desirable shops to explore, making it one of the most popular destinations for retail therapy in the UK.
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