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Edgbaston Cricket Ground - The field of dreams
A world-class stadium at the heart of much English sporting folklore, you must visit Edgbaston Cricket Ground at least once in your life. Arguably the most famous stadium in Birmingham, it has hosted an array of historic matches and is celebrated for its electrifying atmosphere. Buy Edgbaston Cricket Ground tickets online on StubHub and secure your seats for the next blockbuster game.
A scintillating sporting environment
Considered to be one of the finest cricketing venues in the world, Edgbaston Cricket Ground has developed a reputation for its captivating atmosphere. Established in 1882, the stadium has seen fans arrive in droves for well over a century. With a crowd capacity of 25,000 people, who are commonly referred to as the ‘Bullring', it is one of the most hostile environments in Test cricket. Many players have commented on the intensity of matches played at the venue, with the England Cricket side holding a strong record there - thanks in part to the boisterous support. The wicket is known to have a healthy coverage of grass and has provided favourable conditions for bowlers in the past. Located only a short distance from the centre of Birmingham, Edgbaston Cricket Ground can be easily reached via the #1 public bus, which departs from Five Ways Station. If you plan on travelling by car, it is advisable to pre-book parking prior to the day of your match. Get Edgbaston Cricket Ground tickets to experience the stunning stadium in person or sell your tickets on StubHub if you can no longer attend.
Brian Lara's stomping ground
The first ever Test match at Edgbaston Cricket Ground was when England hosted the touring Australia Cricket side during the 1902 Ashes. A tight contest that saw Wilfred Rhodes record the impressive figures of 7/17, the match eventually finished in a draw. 115 years later, the stadium hosted the first ever day/night Test match on English soil, with thousands of fans piling in to see the debut of pink ball cricket. The English were far too strong for the West Indies Cricket team, with spectators treated to a glorious Alistair Cook double-century. Edgbaston Cricket Ground has been the home of Warwickshire County Cricket Club ever since 1894, with supporters witnessing an iconic cricket moment in 1994. Brian Lara notched up a jaw-dropping innings of 501 not out while batting for Warwickshire, setting a world record for the highest first-class score of all time. Destined to be the stage for incredible matches and moments in the future, buy Edgbaston Cricket Ground tickets to ensure you're in the building when they happen!
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