This is a list of cricket grounds in England and Wales, including both Test and county cricket grounds.

Test GroundsEdit

Listed in order of date first used for Test match

Official name (known as) City or town County side Capacity First used Ends
The Brit Oval Cricket Ground
(The Oval)
LondonSurrey23,5006 September 1880•Pavilion End
•Vauxhall End
Old Trafford Cricket Ground
(Old Trafford)
ManchesterLancashire22,00010 July 1884•Stretford End
•Brian Statham End
Lord's Cricket Ground
LondonMiddlesex28,00021 July 1884• Pavilion End
• Nursery End
Trent Bridge Ground
(Trent Bridge)
NottinghamNottinghamshire17,5001 June 1899•Pavilion End
•Radcliffe Road End
County Cricket Ground
LeedsYorkshire20,00029 June 1899•Kirkstall Lane End
•Rugby Ground End
County Cricket Ground
BirminghamWarwickshire21,00029 May 1902•City End
•Pavilion End
County Ground
Chester-le-StreetDurham17,0005 June 2003•Finchale End
•Lumley End
SWALEC Stadium
(Sophia Gardens)
CardiffGlamorgan16,0008 July 2009•River Taff End
•Cathedral Road End

Non-Test GroundsEdit

Listed in alphabetical order of county side

Official name (known as) City or town County side Capacity Ends
County Cricket Ground
(Racecourse Ground)
DerbyDerbyshire9,500•Grandstand End
•Scoreboard End
County Cricket GroundChelmsfordEssex6,000• River End
• Hayes Close End
County Cricket Ground
(Nevil Road)
•Pavilion End
•Ashley Down Rd End (used for Englands ODI's)
Rose BowlSouthamptonHampshire9,000
• Pavilion End
• Northern End (used for Englands ODI's)
St Lawrence GroundCanterburyKent15,000•Pavilion End
•Nackington Road End
Grace RoadLeicesterLeicestershire12,000•Pavilion End
•Bennett End
County Cricket GroundNorthamptonNorthamptonshire6,500
•Wantage Road End
•Abington Avenue End
County Ground
(Athletic Ground)
TauntonSomerset6,500•River End
•&Old Pavilion End
County Cricket GroundHoveSussex 4,000•Cromwell Road End
•Sea End
New RoadWorcesterWorcestershire4,500•New Road End
•Diglis End

See alsoEdit