Cricket World Cup 2019

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

The ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 takes place between 30th May and 15th July 2019. England & Wales play host to 48 one-day internationals in a round-robin tournament culminating in two semi-finals and a final, concerning the world's top 10 nations.

Teams

CWC19 - Teams

India, England, New Zealand, Australia, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, South Africa, Bangladesh, West Indies and Afganistan are the nations making up the 2019 Cricket World Cup.

Fixtures

CWC19 - Fixtures

Match 1: England v South Africa - Thu 30th May, 10.30am – The Oval, London
Match 2: West Indies v Pakistan - Fri 31st May, 10.30am – Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Match 3: New Zealand v Sri Lanka - Sat 1st June, 10.30am – Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff
*Match 4: Afghanistan v Australia - Sat 1st June, 1.30pm – Bristol County Ground, Bristol
Match 5: South Africa v Bangladesh - Sun 2nd June, 10.30am – The Oval, London
Match 6: England v Pakistan - Mon 3rd June, 10.30am – Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Match 7: Afghanistan v Sri Lanka - Tue 4th June, 10.30am – Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff
Match 8: South Africa v India - Wed 5th June, 10.30am – Hampshire Bowl, Southampton
*Match 9: Bangladesh v New Zealand - Wed 5th June, 1.30pm – The Oval, London
Match 10: Australia v West Indies - Thu 6th June, 10.30am – Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Match 11: Pakistan v Sri Lanka - Fri 7th June, 10.30am – Bristol County Ground, Bristol
Match 12: England v Bangladesh - Sat 8th June, 10.30am – Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff
*Match 13: Afghanistan v New Zealand - Sat 8th June, 1.30pm – County Ground Taunton, Taunton
Match 14: India v Australia - Sun 9th June, 10.30am – The Oval, London
Match 15: South Africa v West Indies - Mon 10th June, 10.30am – Hampshire Bowl, Southampton
Match 16: Bangladesh v Sri Lanka - Tue 11th June, 10.30am – Bristol County Ground, Bristol
Match 17: Australia v Pakistan - Wed 12th June, 10.30am – County Ground Taunton, Taunton
Match 18: India v New Zealand - Thu 13th June, 10.30am – Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Match 19: England v West Indies - Fri 14th June, 10.30am – Hampshire Bowl, Southampton
Match 20: Sri Lanka v Australia - Sat 15th June, 10.30am – The Oval, London
*Match 21: South Africa v Afghanistan - Sat 15th June, 1.30pm – Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff
Match 22: India v Pakistan - Sun 16th June, 10.30am – Old Trafford, Manchester
Match 23: West Indies v Bangladesh - Mon 17th June, 10.30am – County Ground Taunton, Taunton
Match 24: England v Afghanistan - Tue 18th June, 10.30am – Old Trafford, Manchester
Match 25: New Zealand v South Africa - Wed 19th June, 10.30am – Edgbaston, Birmingham
Match 26: Australia v Bangladesh - Thu 20th June, 10.30am – Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Match 27: England v Sri Lanka - Fri 21st June, 10.30am – Headingley, Leeds
Match 28: India v Afghanistan - Sat 22nd June, 10.30am – Hampshire Bowl, Southampton
*Match 29: West Indies v New Zealand - Sat 22nd June, 1.30pm – Old Trafford, Manchester
Match 30: Pakistan v South Africa - Sun 23rd June, 10.30am – Lord’s London
Match 31: Bangladesh v Afghanistan - Mon 24th June, 10.30am – Hampshire Bowl, Southampton
Match 32: England v Australia - Tue 25th June, 10.30am – Lord’s London
Match 33: New Zealand v Pakistan - Wed 26th June, 10.30am – Edgbaston, Birmingham
Match 34: West Indies v India - Thu 27th June, 10.30am – Old Trafford, Manchester
Match 35: Sri Lanka v South Africa - Fri 28th June, 10.30am – The Riverside Durham, Chester-le-Street
Match 36: Pakistan v Afghanistan - Sat 29th June, 10.30am – Headingley, Leeds
*Match 37: New Zealand v Australia - Sat 29th June, 1.30pm – Lord’s London
Match 38: England v India - Sun 30th June, 10.30am – Edgbaston, Birmingham
Match 39: Sri Lanka v West Indies - Mon 1st July, 10.30am – The Riverside Durham, Chester-le-Street
Match 40: Bangladesh v India - Tue 2nd July, 10.30am – Edgbaston, Birmingham
Match 41: England v New Zealand - Wed 3rd July, 10.30am – The Riverside Durham, Chester-le-Street
Match 42: Afghanistan v West Indies - Thu 4th July, 10.30am – Headingley, Leeds
*Match 43: Pakistan v Bangladesh - Fri 5th July, 10.30am – Lord’s, London
Match 44: Sri Lanka v India - Sat 6th July, 10.30am – Headingley, Leeds
*Match 45: Australia v South Africa - Sat 6th July, 1.30pm – Old Trafford, Manchester
Semi Final 1: 1st place v 4th place - Tue 9th July, 10.30am – Old Trafford, Manchester
Semi Final 2: 2nd place v 3rd place - Thu 11th July, 10.30am – Edgbaston, Birmingham
Final: TBC v TBC - Sunday 14th July, 10.30am – Lords, London

 

* denotes day/night match

About the venues

CWC19 - Venues

1     Edgbaston Cricket Ground, Birmingham - 25'000 capacity stadium
2     County Cricket Ground, Bristol - 17'000 capacity stadium
3     Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street - 20'000 capacity stadium
4     Headingley, Leeds - 17'500 capacity stadium
5     Lord's London, London - 28'000 capacity stadium
6     The Oval, London - 23'500 capacity stadium
7     Old Trafford, Manchester - 22'000 capacity stadium
8     Trent Bridge, Nottingham - 17'000 capacity stadium
9     Rose Bowl, Southampton - 25'000 capacity stadium
10   County Ground, Taunton - 8'500 capacity stadium

Tickets

#CWC19 - Tickets

To purchase tickets you will have to register online on the official ICC World Cup ticketing website.

News & scores

Go to the official ICC Cricket World Cup website for standings, live scores & world cup news.

Where to watch in Switzerland

Do you know somewhere that will be showing any or all the World Cup matches, then let us know! We will list all establishments showing any or all matches in an article to be published in late April.