Largest Cricket Grounds in the United Kingdom (UK)
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  Overview

Which is the largest cricket ground in UK?
The largest cricket ground in UK is Lord's Cricket Ground of England with a maximum seating capacity of 28,000 spectators.The seating capacities of the cricket grounds in UK range from capacities of 6,000 spectators to 28,000 spectators, with the average cricket ground being able to host around 15,307.9 spectators.

 Compare Lord's Cricket Ground with Grace Road


  Top 19 ranks, by capacity in descending order ( rank and segment full dataset - 285 items )

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Most recent and oldest cricket grounds
The most recently opened cricket ground in UK is Rose Bowl of England in 2001.The oldest cricket ground in UK is Lord's Cricket Ground of England which opened in 1814.The average building ages of the cricket grounds in UK is 139.1 years old, with the oldest being 208 years old.


Let's check out some of these largest cricket grounds in UK.

Lord's Cricket Ground.

Lord's Cricket Ground is a stadium that can seat up to 28,000 spectators. Located in London, England, UK, Lord's Cricket Ground was opened in the year 1814 (208 years of age).

Home of Marylebone Cricket Club, Middlesex County Cricket Club, the stadium is a venue for sports events such as cricket.

 

 Compare Lord's Cricket Ground with City Ground from Nottingham.

 Compare Lord's Cricket Ground with County Cricket Ground from Derby.


The Oval.

The Oval is a stadium located in London, England, UK. Opened in the year 1845, The Oval's building age is 177 years and has a seating capacity of up to 27,500 spectators.

The stadium is home to Surrey County Cricket Club and is a venue for sports such as cricket.

 

 Compare The Oval with Bet365 Stadium from Stoke-on-Trent.

 Compare The Oval with Mount Pleasant from Batley.


Old Trafford Cricket Ground.

Old Trafford Cricket Ground is the 3rd largest stadium by capacity in Manchester, England.

Old Trafford Cricket Ground is a stadium located in Manchester, England, UK. Opened in the year 1857, Old Trafford Cricket Ground's building age is 165 years and has a seating capacity of up to 26,000 spectators.

Home to teams such as Lancashire County Cricket Club, the stadium hosts events for sports such as cricket.

 

 Compare Old Trafford Cricket Ground with Kenilworth Road from Luton.

 Compare Old Trafford Cricket Ground with Station Park from Forfar.


Edgbaston Cricket Ground.

Edgbaston Cricket Ground is the 3rd largest stadium by capacity in Birmingham, England.

Located in Birmingham, England, UK, Edgbaston Cricket Ground is a stadium which can accommodate up to 25,000 spectators. Edgbaston Cricket Ground was opened in the year 1882 (140 years of age).

Home of Warwickshire County Cricket Club, the stadium is a venue for sports events such as cricket.

 

 Compare Edgbaston Cricket Ground with Old Deer Park from London.

 Compare Edgbaston Cricket Ground with Riverside Ground from Chester-le-Street.


Rose Bowl.

Opened in 2001, Rose Bowl is a 21-year-old stadium, with a maximum capacity of 25,000 spectators. It is located in Southampton, England, UK.

The stadium hosts sports events for cricket. Rose Bowl is home to teams such as Hampshire County Cricket Club

 

 Compare Rose Bowl with The Showgrounds from Coleraine.

 Compare Rose Bowl with Plainmoor from Torquay.


Emerald Headingley Cricket Ground.

Emerald Headingley Cricket Ground is the 3rd largest stadium by capacity in Leeds, England.

Emerald Headingley Cricket Ground is a stadium located in Leeds, England, UK. Opened in the year 1890, Emerald Headingley Cricket Ground's building age is 132 years and has a seating capacity of up to 18,350 spectators.

Home to teams such as Yorkshire County Cricket Club, the stadium hosts events for sports such as cricket.

 

 Compare Emerald Headingley Cricket Ground with Parc Y Scarlets from Llanelli.

 Compare Emerald Headingley Cricket Ground with Old Trafford Cricket Ground from Manchester.


Trent Bridge.

Trent Bridge is the 3rd largest stadium by capacity in Nottingham, England.

Trent Bridge is a stadium located in Nottingham, England, UK. Opened in the year 1841, Trent Bridge's building age is 181 years and has a seating capacity of up to 17,500 spectators.

Home to teams such as Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club, the stadium hosts events for sports such as cricket.

 

 Compare Trent Bridge with Victoria Road (Port Talbot) from Port Talbot.

 Compare Trent Bridge with Butlin Road from Rugby.


Riverside Ground.

Riverside Ground is a stadium in Chester-le-Street, England, UK, which can house a full seating capacity of 15,000 spectators. Riverside Ground was opened in the year 1995 (27 years of age).

Home to teams such as Durham County Cricket Club, the stadium hosts events for sports such as cricket.

 

 Compare Riverside Ground with Riverside Stadium from Middlesbrough.

 Compare Riverside Ground with Anfield from Liverpool.


Largest Sports Venues    United Kingdom   |   England   |   Northern Ireland   |   Scotland   |   Wales   |   London   |   Belfast   |   Birmingham   |   Glasgow   |   Manchester
Largest Outdoor Stadiums   United Kingdom   |   England   |   Northern Ireland   |   Scotland   |   Wales   |   London   |   Belfast   |   Glasgow   |   Manchester
Largest Indoor Arenas   United Kingdom   |   England
Largest Venues By Sport   Soccer   |   Rugby   |   American Football    |   Cricket Grounds


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