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, popularly known as the ‘ Old Trafford Theatre of Dreams’ is a footballstadium in the city of Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, England. It has been the stamping ground for one of the leading football club ‘ Manchester United’ since 1910. The first match at the stadium was played between Manchester United and Liverpool (3–4) on 19th of February 1910. At that time, the stadium consisted of only one covered seating stand & open terraces on the other three sides.
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Lord’s cricket ground, popularly known as the ‘ Home of cricket’ is basically a cricket venue, situated in St. John’s Wood, London. It is owned by the world’s biggest cricket brand, the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC). It is the stamping ground for the England and Wales Cricket Board and the Middlesex Country Cricket Club. The ground is named after Thomas Lord, one of the greatest English cricketers during 80s.
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Located in Kennington, ‘
’ is an international sports venue that predominantly hosts cricket matches. It has also been known as the “ The Oval Kia Oval” for sponsorship reasons and has been the home ground of Surrey County Cricket Club since its inauguration in 1845. The Oval was the first cricket ground in England to host the international Test match in 1880.
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Located in the
on the Sophia Gardens River Taff, Sophia Gardens Cardiffcricket ground is one of the international venues for Test cricket. It is situated near the sports hall complex of the Sports Wales National Centre. The Cardiff City Council owns it, and the Glamorgan County Cricket Club plays its home matches here since 1967.
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Located in the district of
Ashley Down, the is one of the most significant cricket venues in BristolCounty Ground Bristol, England. It is home to the Gloucestershire County Cricket Club since its establishment. The ground has been renamed many times. Initially, the ground was known as the Ashley Down Ground, but after being sold to the J. S. Fry & Sons confectionery firm, it was renamed as Fry’s Ground.
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is one of the most significant cricket venues of Trent Bridge Nottinghamshire, England, close to Meadow Lane, the City Ground, the football stadia of Notts County, Nottingham Forest, near the River Trent, and thus known as the TrentBridge. It is the headquarters of NottinghamshireCounty Cricket Club.
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Leeds, England; Headingley Cricket Ground is part of the Headingley Stadium complex. Established in 1890, this ground has been hosting Test cricket since 1899. Initially, it was owned by the Leeds Cricket, Football and Athletics Company which was purchased by Yorkshire County Cricket Club on 31st December 2005. The stadium was named as the Headingley Cricket Ground after the sponsorship deal with Leeds Metropolitan University in 2006.
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Chelmsford, Essex, the County Cricket Ground is home to the Essex County cricket club. It has also been referred to as the ‘ Fortress Chelmsford’. The arena has a double-decker seating area along with executive suites and marquees. The Ford Motor Company had the naming rights of the ground from 2005 to 2013.
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Profoundly known as the
County Ground or , it was the Edgbaston Stadium first English cricket ground outside Lord’s to host the international one– day tournament final– the ICC Champions Trophy (final) , in 2013. With a seating arrangement of approx. 25,000 spectators, this ground is the fourth largest cricket venue of UK, succeeded by Lord’s, Old Trafford and the Oval.
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Also known as the
Ageas Bowl for sponsorship reasons, the Rose Bowl is the home ground of Hampshire County Cricket Club since its establishment in 2001. Located between the Telegraph Woods and the M27 motorway, the ground has hosted many international matches since its inception. RB Sport & Leisure Holdings PLC owns the ground.
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