T20 World Cup Stadiums

From the giant 100,000 seater at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, to the picturesque Adelaide Oval, the ICC T20 World Cup 2020 will be played across seven of Australia’s greatest and most iconic cricket stadiums. 

This tournament has been designed to bring cricket to the masses and fans will get to experience some truly amazing venues. 

There really is nothing quite like T20 cricket. Every ground is sure to provide a fantastic atmosphere, great entertainment and top-class sporting action.  

Check out our overview of each stadium so you know what to expect! 

Cricket World Cup 2019 Stadiums

From walking through the majestic Long Room at Lord’s, a partisan capacity crowd at Edgbaston or the chance to see heroes in action across England and Wales, Cricket World Cup 2019 will be played at 11 different stadiums from Taunton to Durham.

Whether it’s a capacity crowd at the final or a day out in Bristol, Durham or Cardiff, Cricket World Cup 2019 has been designed to bring cricket to the masses.

There is nothing like a day at the cricket for fantastic entertainment, great fun and top class sporting action and you will be in for a treat at every ground.

The Oval - Opening Match

With its looming gasometer and sweeping banks of green seats, The Oval is one of England’s iconic cricket grounds. Matches at The Oval always signified the end of the summer or magic England moments – who can forget Kevin Pietersen’s remarkable century against Australia in the 2005 Ashes?

The Oval will stage five matches, including the tournament opener between Eoin Morgan’s England and Faf du Plessis’s South Africa in what could be an absolute gem of a contest. Always a great atmosphere, always packed, The Oval is one of the greatest grounds in the country.  

Lord's - The Final

Not just the spiritual home of cricket, a mecca for players and fans alike. Steeped in history, revered the world over, Lord’s is a beautiful ground, combining new development with the aura and power of it’s wonderful pavilion.

As well as the final on Sunday 14 July, Lord’s will host four other mouth-watering matches. Pakistan v South Africa could be a mini classic, England’s clash with Australia will be one for the ages, while Australia’s day-night clash with New Zealand is totally compelling. Their last game before the final will be Pakistan v Bangladesh.