Trent Bridge Ground History and Records

Trent Bridge Cricket Ground

Trent Bridge Cricket Ground is located in West West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire, England, and mostly used for Test, One Day Internationals, and Limited Over Cricket T20I and County cricket.  The Trent Bridge Cricket Ground is known as the home of Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club. Nottinghamshire Cricket Stadium has hosted twice ICC World Twenty20, especially semi-final between Pakistan and South Africa in 2009. Trent Bridge hosted the first Test match between England and Australia in 1938.

The cricket ground has witnessed the great moments and fans enjoyed the great contest between the different teams from a high scoring game to the lowest totals, five-wicket hauls by the best bowlers in the world. ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 few matches will be hosted by the Trent Bridge for more details visit WC 2019 Fixture or Trent Bridge 2019 WC Fixture.

Trent Bridge Ground History

First TestEngland v Australia, June 01, 1899
First ODIEngland v Pakistan, August 31, 1974
First T20Bangladesh v India, June 6, 2009
LocationWest Bridgford, Nottinghamshire, England
Local TeamNottinghamshire
Establishment1841
Capacity17500
TenantsNottinghamshire County Cricket Club,  England cricket team
End NamesPavilion End, Radcliffe Road End
Boundary Dimensions105.2 x 71.3 meters

Records at Trent Bridge Ground

Highest Test total-Test658/8D by Australia v England (1938)
Lowest Test Totals60 runs all out Australia v England (2015)
Highest run scorer-Test258 runs-Denis Compton v Pakistan
Leading Wicket-taker-TestJames Anderson- 60 wickets, Alec Bedser- 41 wickets, and Stuart Broad- 37 wickets.
Leading run scorer-TestMike Atherton- 1083 runs, Denis Compton- 955 runs and Graham Gooch- 936 runs.
Highest team total-ODI481/6 (50 Ov) by Eng vs AUS
Leading run scorer-ODIAndrew Strauss- 399 runs, Eoin Morgan– 376 runs and Ian Bell- 345 runs.
Leading Wicket-taker-ODIJames Anderson- 16 wickets, Stuart Broad- 14 wickets and Waqar Younis- 12 wickets.
AchievementsStuart Broad & James Anderson-300th Wicket

Sachin Tendulkar passed the 11000 runs

Ashton Agar highest scores by no.11 batsman.

Test, ODI and T20 Records

RecordsTestODIT20
Total Matches634411
Matches won by Batting First23186
Matches won by Bowling First17235
1st Innings Average Score321250154
2nd Innings Average Score306216137
Highest Score Chased——————350/3 by Eng vs NZ173/3 by Eng vs WI
Lowest Score Defended——————195/9 by WI vs Eng130/5 by RSA vs IND
Highest Total at Trent Bridge658/8 by Eng vs AUS481/6 Eng v Aus198/5 by NZ vs IRE
Highest Total at Trent Bridge60/10 by AUS vs Eng83/10 by RSA vs Eng110/10 by NZ vs SL
Updated: 09/11/2019 — 1:25 pm