ENGLAND

TWENTY20

England National

CAPACITY :

23,500

CONSTRUCTED :

1845

England National is used for twenty20 cricket matches, by one of the top teams in the English league. The Oval Cricket Ground is also used for hosting test matches for the National team and hosted the first international football match.

Hampshire

CAPACITY :

15,000

CONSTRUCTED :

2001

Hampshire is used for regular Twenty 20 Cricket matches, by the County team. The Rose Bowl Cricket Ground also often holds Tests for England International Cricket and for regular County Cricket.

Lancashire

CAPACITY :

26,000

CONSTRUCTED :

1857

Lancashire is used for regular Twenty 20 Cricket matches, by the County team. The Old Trafford Cricket Ground also often holds Tests for England International Cricket and for regular County Cricket.

London

CAPACITY :

28,000

CONSTRUCTED :

1814

London is used for is used for regular Twenty 20 Cricket matches, by the County team. The Lords Cricket Ground is famous for hosting Test matches for the National team, the "Home of Cricket”.

Nottinghamshire

CAPACITY :

17,500

CONSTRUCTED :

1841

Nottinghamshire is used for regular Twenty 20 Cricket matches, by the County team. The Trent Bridge Cricket Ground often holds Tests for England International Cricket and for regular County Cricket.

Surrey

CAPACITY :

23,500

CONSTRUCTED :

1845

Surrey is used for twenty20 cricket matches, by one of the top teams in the English league. The Oval Cricket Ground is also used for hosting test matches for the National team and hosted the first international football match.

Warwickshire

CAPACITY :

25,000

CONSTRUCTED :

1882

Warwickshire is used for regular Twenty 20 Cricket matches, by the County team. The Edgbaston Cricket Ground also often holds Tests for England International Cricket and for regular County Cricket.

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