Edgbaston Cricket Ground will host 5 Cricket World Cup 2019 matches. Birmingham Ground is historic ground after Lord’s which already hosted group stage matches for ICC Cricket World Cups including (1975 Cricket World Cup, 1979 Cricket World Cup and the 1983 Cricket World Cup). Edgbaston is first ground after Lord’s to host any mega event of the International Cricket Council, which hosted ICC 2013 Champions Trophy.
The ground will host the entire England cricket schedule 2020 games for Test, ODI, and Twenty20 format. Edgbaston Cricket Ground to host first-class, List A and domestic T20 tournaments of English cricket summer 2020. The stadium will host Specsavers County Championship, English County Championship and Vitality Blast. The opening match of the Vitality Blast scheduled on May 8 between host team Warwickshire and Durham.
The cricket summer 2020 will commence from April 19 with Specsavers County Championship opening match between Warwickshire and Northamptonshire. As per the Edgbaston Ground Fixture -The Ground will host Vitality Blast T20 both semi-finals and final. Both semi-finals are scheduled on the same date September 5 between the top four teams at Vitality Blast points table.
According to the Vitality Blast Fixture the final match on Scheduled on the same date between the 1st and 2nd semi-final winners. A total number of ten matches for Vitality Blast scheduled on Edgbaston including semi-finals and final of the tournament. As per England Cricket Schedule – Edgbaston Cricket Ground will host 2nd Test – England v West Indies under the umbrella of ICC World Test Championship commencing from July 12.
- The Hundred
- The Women’s Hundred
- Ireland Tour of England
- Royal London One-Day Cup
- ICC World Test Championship
- Specsavers County Championship
A single One-Day International match scheduled between England and Ireland starting from September 12. Edgbaston Stadium will host The Hundred, Royal One-Day Cup, Specsavers County Championships and The Women’s Hundred. Edgbaston Ground Fixture – A single match of “The Women’s Hundred” scheduled between Birmingham Phoenix v Southern Brave on July 24.
|Apr 19||Warwickshire v Northamptonshire||Specsavers County Championship|
|Apr 25||Warwickshire v Lancashire||Specsavers County Championship|
|May 8||Warwickshire v Hampshire||Specsavers County Championship|
|May 22||Warwickshire v Somerset||Specsavers County Championship|
|May ||Warwickshire v Durham||Vitality Blast|
|Jun 3||Warwickshire v Yorkshire||Vitality Blast|
|Jun 5||Warwickshire v Lancashire||Vitality Blast|
|Jun 12||2nd Test - England v West Indies||ICC World Test Championship|
|Jun 23||Warwickshire v Northamptonshire||Vitality Blast|
|Jun 26||Warwickshire v Derbyshire||Vitality Blast|
|Jul 5||Warwickshire v Kent||Specsavers County Championship|
|Jul 10||Warwickshire v Worcestershire||Vitality Blast|
|Jul 12||Warwickshire v Nottinghamshire||Vitality Blast|
|Jul 18||Birmingham Phoenix v London Spirit||The Hundred|
|Jul 20||Warwickshire v Somerset||Royal London One-Day Cup|
|Jul 24||Birmingham Phoenix Women v Southern Brave Women||The Hundred|
|Jul 24||Birmingham Phoenix v Southern Brave||The Women's Hundred|
|Jul 31||Warwickshire v Nottinghamshire||Royal London One-Day Cup|
|Aug 3||Birmingham Phoenix v Manchester Originals||The Hundred|
|Aug 8||Birmingham Phoenix v Trent Rockets||The Hundred|
|Aug 29||Warwickshire v Surrey||Specsavers County Championship|
|Sep 5||1st Semi-Final - TBC v TBC||Vitality Blast|
|Sep 5||2nd Semi-Final - TBC v TBC||Vitality Blast|
|Sep 5||Final - TBC v TBC||Vitality Blast|
|Sep 12||2nd ODI - England v Ireland||One-Day Series|
|Sep 22||Warwickshire v Essex||Specsavers County Championship|