There will be matches in 10 UK cities, World Cup matches will be for the first time on every bowl.
Eight stadiums are more than 100 years old, out of which 36 out of 48 matches will be played.
new Delhi. The 12th ODI World Cup will be played between England and Wales from May 30 to July 14. The tournament will have 48 matches in 45 days. These matches will be played at 11 stadiums in 10 cities. These 8 stadiums are more than 100 years old. Out of 48, 36 matches will be on these 8 stadiums. All these stadiums have some story associated with it. Someone is the oldest cricket stadium in the world, so one of the newest. The first ever World Cup will be at Bow Bowl. England's oldest football tournament at the Oval Stadium has been completed till the FA Cup final.
5 matches to be played in Lord's
Lords (London): This ground was built in 1814. Its audience capacity is 28 thousand. Five matches will be played along with the final on this field. It is the world's oldest stadium. Here the first test was played in 1884. The name of the stadium was named after the founder Thomas Lord. Thomas played cricket for 15 years. This ground will host the final for fifth time in World Cup history. Here is the world's oldest sports museum (MCC Museum). The ashes of ashes have been kept here along with many historical things of cricket. By 2005 the headquarters of the International Cricket Council (ICC) was also the same. The history of London dates back to 2000 BC. There is also information that Roman people ruled in the First Century in London. There are people living in more than 300 languages. India played 8 matches, 4 won, 3 lost, 1 tied.
Edgbaston (Birmingham): This stadium was made in 1882. Its viewer capacity is 25,000. 5 matches will be played on this ground including semi-finals. India will play against England on June 30 and Bangladesh on July 2. The viewers are passionate and enthusiastic, so this stadium is also called the Eden Garden of England. Birmingham is Europe's youngest city. Its 40% of the population is less than 25. India played 10 matches here, in which 7 won, 3 losses.
Bristol County (Bristol): This stadium was built in 1889. Its viewer capacity is 17,500. Here three matches of the tournament will be played. The most successful first-class cricketer of England, Dr. Gilbert Grace, bought this stadium in 1889 to promote the game. Nestled on the banks of the River Avon, the city was given the status of European Green Capital in 2015. This is Britain's first bicycle city. India played 3 matches here, all won Sophia Gardens (Cardiff): This stadium was built in 1967. Its viewer capacity is 15,643. Here, 4 matches will be played. This is the second smallest stadium. There is also the youngest international venue. The first ODI here was played in 1999. According to the report of National Geographic, Cardiff is the sixth most preferred tourist destination. Here 18.8% of the population do not believe in any religion. India won 3 out of 4 matches, lost 1.
Riverside (Chester-le-Street): This stadium was built in 1995. Its viewer capacity is 20 thousand. This time there will be 3 matches. It is one of Britain's newest grounds. In the first century, Roman people built a fort named Chester in Street City. The name of this city was named after him. This city is the UNESCO World Heritage Site 'Durham Castle-Durham Cathedral'. India played 2 matches, both did not get results. Headingley (Leeds): This stadium was built in 1890. Its viewer capacity is 18,350. This time there will be 4 matches. The Indian team will play here on July 6 against Sri Lanka. Test was played in 1899 and first ODI in 1973, but T20 never happened. There are concerts in addition to the rugby match. Leeds is the largest center of employment in the UK. 77% of the people here are in the private sector. India played 9 matches, won 3, lost 6
The Oval (London): This stadium was made in 1845. Its viewer capacity is 25,500. This time there will be 5 matches here. India will play against Australia on June 9 Test cricket was first played in England in 1880 on this ground in England. The first FA cup final was played on this field in 1872. FA Cup is England's oldest football tournament. India played 15 matches, 5 won, 9 losses. The result of one did not come.
Old Trafford (Manchester): This stadium was built in 1857. Its audience capacity is 26 thousand. 6 matches will be played on this ground, including semi-finals. India's most important match in the tournament will be here against Pakistan on June 16. After this, Team India will play against the West Indies on June 27. England's football club Manchester United's stadium is also named Old Trafford. There are also music concerts here. Manchester is the world's first industrial city. India played 8 matches, 3 won, 5 lost
Trent Bridge (Nottingham): This stadium was made in 1841. Its viewer capacity is 17,500. This time there will be 5 matches here. The Indian team will play here on June 13 against New Zealand. It is the world's second oldest cricket stadium after Lord's. Nottingham has given the status of 'City of Literature' in 2015 by UNESCO. Here is the world's oldest professional football club, Notts County. India played 6 matches, 3 won, 3 lost
Rose Bowl (Southampton): This stadium was built in 2001. Its viewer capacity is 25 thousand. This time, 5 matches will be played here. Team India will play here on June 5 in South Africa and June 22 from Afghanistan. This will be the first World Cup match in the stadium. There is an 18-hole golf course in the outskirts. This stadium exhibits fireworks every year in November every year. India played 3 matches, won 1, 2 lost
County Ground (Tanton): This stadium was made in 1882. Its viewer capacity is 12,500. There will be 3 matches here. After the formation of this ground, it was necessary to wait for 101 years before hosting the international match. Here is the 1983 World Cup match. This is the smallest stadium in the current World Cup. Here are the matches of the baseball and the concert. India played 1 match and won.