World Cricket Grounds

There are cricket grounds all across the world but mainly clustered amongst the test playing nations. Some of the world’s most iconic cricket grounds include Lord’s in London, the MCG in Melbourne and Eden Gardens in Kolkata. Click on the map or links below for a venue guide to visiting each of the grounds and the cities which they’re located in.


Australia

Adelaide – Adelaide Oval

Brisbane – The Gabba

Melbourne – Docklands Stadium

Melbourne – Melbourne Cricket Ground

Sydney – Sydney Cricket Ground

Perth – Perth Stadium


England & Wales

Birmingham – Edgbaston

Bristol – Bristol County Ground

Cardiff – Sophia Gardens

Chester-le-Street – Riverside Ground

Leeds – Headingley

London – Lord’s

London – The Oval

Manchester – Old Trafford

Nottingham – Trent Bridge

Southampton – Rose Bowl

Taunton – County Ground


Ireland

Malahide – The Village/Malahide Cricket Club Ground


New Zealand

Auckland – Eden Park

Christchurch – Hagley Oval

Hamilton – Seddon Park

Mount Maunganui – Bay Oval

Napier – McLean Park

Nelson – Saxton Oval

Wellington – Westpac Stadium


South Africa

Cape Town – Newlands Cricket Ground

Durban – Kingsmead Cricket Ground


Sri Lanka

Colombo – R. Premadasa International Cricket Stadium

Colombo – Singhalese Sports Club

Dambulla – Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium

Galle – Galle International Stadium

Pallekele – Pallekele International Cricket Stadium


UAE

Abu Dhabi – Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium

Dubai – Dubai International Cricket Stadium

Sharjah – Sharjah Cricket Stadium


West Indies

Antigua (North Sound) – Sir Vivian Richards Stadium

Barbados (Bridgetown) – Kensington Oval

Grenada (St. George’s) – National Cricket Stadium

St. Kitts (Basseterre) – Warner Park

St. Lucia (Gros Islet) – Daren Sammy Cricket Ground

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