Lord's, London

  • CountryEngland
  • CityLondon
  • Capacity30000
  • Flooditno
  • Established-
  • EndsPavilion End and Nursery End

Home to Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) and Middlesex, the iconic Lord’s is widely regarded as the ‘Mecca of Cricket’. Playing a Test at the home of cricket is still regarded as the highest point for many cricketers. It was first opened in 1814 and has continued to be the home of cricket since 1884.

The Lord’s is owned privately by the Marylebone Cricket Club and is also home to England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB). It was also ICC’s headquarter from 1909 to 2005 before it was moved to Dubai. Lord’s unique structure which is an architectural marvel was designed by Sir Herbert Baker and opened just before the 1926 Ashes Test series.

The iconic stadium has hosted ten World Cup matches including the four finals of the 1975, 1979, 1983 (Prudential World Cups) and 1999 World Cup. The upcoming edition of 2019 cricket World Cup will witness five matches being played at the Lord’s including the big final on July 14. Australia and Pakistan play two of their round-robin matches here.

Located in central London, the Lord’s can be reached both by tube (Metro) and is also widely connected through London bus service.

Upcoming Matches on Lord's, London

  • Match 30, ICC Cricket World Cup, 2019

    Pakistan PAK
    South Africa SA
    Jun, 23 Sunday 03:00 PM
  • Match 32, ICC Cricket World Cup, 2019

    England ENG
    Australia AUS
    Jun, 25 Tuesday 03:00 PM
  • Match 37, ICC Cricket World Cup, 2019

    New Zealand NZ
    Australia AUS
    Jun, 29 Saturday 06:00 PM
  • Match 43, ICC Cricket World Cup, 2019

    Pakistan PAK
    Bangladesh BAN
    Jul, 05 Friday 03:00 PM
  • Final, ICC Cricket World Cup, 2019

    T.B.C. TBC
    T.B.C. TBC
    Jul, 14 Sunday 03:00 PM

VENUE TRACKER

Matches
137
Home Team Wins
54
Away Team Wins
32
Wins batting 1st
49
Wins batting 2nd
39
No Results
51
Neutral Team Wins
0
Matches Tied
0
Most Prolific Batsman
Graham Gooch
2015
Runs
Most Prolific Bowler
James Anderson
103
Wickets
Highest Innings Score
729/6
by Australia on June 27, 1930 - Australia beat England by 7 wickets
Lowest Innings Score
47/10
by New Zealand on June 19, 1958 - England beat New Zealand by an innings and 148 runs
Highest Score by an Individual
333
by Graham Gooch v India on July 26, 1990 - England beat India by 247 runs
Best Bowling Figures by an Individual
8/34
by Sir Ian Botham v Pakistan on June 15, 1978 - England beat Pakistan by an innings and 120 runs
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