England to host 12th edition of ICC Cricket World Cup in 2019 and 10 cities, 11 venues will be hosting 48 matches. London city to host opening match and the finale of tournament. Cricket’s most popular ground Lord’s also known as “Home of Cricket” in London to host the final match on July 14.
The opening game of 2019 ICC world cup will be played at The Oval in London and hosts England will be playing South Africa. Manchester and Birmingham to host semi-final matches respectively.
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Checkout the list of 2019 cricket world cup hosting cities, grounds with the capacities.
2019 ICC World Cup Venues and Stadiums
|S. No.||Stadium||Capacity||No. of Matches||City|
|1||Lord’s Cricket Ground||28,000||5 (including final)||London|
|2||Old Trafford||26,000||6 (including semi-final)||Manchester|
|4||Edgbaston Cricket Ground||25,000||5 (including semi-final)||Birmingham|
|5||Rose Bowl Cricket Ground||25,000||5||Southampton|
|7||Headingley Cricket Ground||20,000||4||Leeds|
|8||Bristol County Ground||17,500||3||Bristol|
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