International Cricket Stadiums
In general, all the cricket series and matches are played at predetermined stadiums, decided by the respective cricket boards. More than 100 cricket grounds have hosted Test Cricket ever since the beginning of test cricket. While, cricket grounds that hosted one day international is more than 250.
The historic stadium are located in England and Australia with Melbourne Cricket Ground, The Oval, Lords and Adelaide Oval being one of the oldest cricket grounds in the history of cricket. However, India holds key when number of venues come into account as stadiums in India have greater capacity for large number of spectators due to the presence of huge cricket fans.
Check out the list of cricket venues that hosts International cricket games on a regular basis and get information on venues or stadiums of all upcoming cricket matches. Additionally, you can also get information on few past matches as well.
Related Cricket Top Stories
Related Cricket News
Related Cricket Articles
ICC World Twenty20
- » ICC T20 World Cup 2012 Groups
- » ICC T20 World Cup Records
- » ICC T20 World Cup Tournament
- » Impact on ICC T20 World Cup
- » ICC T20 World Cup Origins
- » ICC T20 World Cup New Qualifiers
- » ICC T20 World Cup Format and Rules
- » ICC T20 World Cup Umpires
- » ICC T20 World Cup Qualifiers
- » ICC T20 World Cup Logo and Mascot
- » ICC T20 World Cup News and Events
- » ICC T20 World Cup Teams
- » ICC T20 World Cup Tickets
- » ICC Events & Awards
- » ICC World T20 History