The Home of Notts CCC
Trent Bridge Cricket Ground is home to Notts CCC. As well as hosting Notts County’s home game the ground has hosted international matches including 2019 Royal London One-Day International and ICC Cricket World Cup England v Pakistan fixture.
As the world’s third oldest Test ground, Trent Bridge has been used for county and Test cricket since 1838.
Recently, Trent Bridge hosted the England v India Trent Bridge Test in 2021, resulting in both teams leaving with an unexpected draw. The Three Lions and the Ravi Shastri’s side took four World Test Championship points each from the match.
As the world’s third oldest Test ground, Trent Bridge has been used for county and Test cricket since 1838. The ground is considered by players and spectators to be one of the most pleasant in England and the ideal location for any cricket match.
Trent Bridge is set to host both the Vitality IT20 and LV Test Match for England, allowing cricket fans to witness some of the best views from world-class cricket in summer 2022.
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Trent Bridge and Cricket News
Trent Bridge, is not only the home ground of Notts CC , but is also was chosen to host matches in the Cricket World Cup 2019. In 2020 the ground has again been chosen to host international fixtures including England Test Series against Pakistan and ODI Series England v Ireland.
With Trent Bridge hosting some brilliant cricket games for the upcoming year means there’s going to be more exciting news and headlines from the ground! Watch this space for Trent Bridge news and all things cricket.
Trent Bridge Development
To confirm Trent Bridge’s desire to continue as a successful Test Match venue, Notts have spent a considerable amount of money on the ground over recent years.
It started with the creation of the William Clarke Stand in 1990 and the Hound Road Stand in 1993.
The £7.2 million Trent Bridge Cricket Centre was opened to huge acclaim by former Nott’s hero Sir Garfield Sobers in 1998 on the England v South Africa Test. Still affectionately known as the Radcliffe Road Stand, the multi-purpose complex contains many outside facilities for visitors to use and enjoy and offers world-class views of the action on the pitch.
The building work continued in 2002, with the £1.9 million Fox Road stand, launched by Sir Ian Botham at the One-day International between England and Sri Lanka. It features state of the art ‘aircraft wing’ roof.
Then in 2008, Prince Philip opened a replacement for the Parr Stand and West Wing.
As well as hosting Hampshire CCC, the ground has also been home to a number of England internationals. ODIs have been held at the ground since 2003, and international test matches since 2011. It has also hosted a number of Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is) since 2005 – most notably England’s first T20 international, where they beat Australia by 100 runs.