The Lord’s was Established in 1814. Its capacity is 30,000 People at a time. Cricket World Cup 2019 Lords is Privately Owned by the Marylebone Cricket Club. It was Built in 1890 and still one of the famous sports venues in the world.
Cricket World Cup 2019 Lords, London
The Main Grandstand was built in 1997 with a unique structure. It was designed by Sir Herbert Baker which was opened in 1926 at the time of the Ashes test.
At the End of the Ground-The Nursery-that is enclosed by Compton and enrich stands. The Nursery was acquired in 1887 which is named after Henderson agriculture nursery.
It houses a second pitch that is used for End of season for cross arrows matches like women’s Varsity Match.
Another highly Visible feature of the ground is Old Father Time. Aweather venus is in the shape of Father Time that is currently adorning a stand on Southeast of the field.
The Stands at the Lords are Clock Wise from the Pavilion.
2. Warner Stand
4. Compton Stand
5. Media Centre
6. Endrich Stand
7. Mound Stand
8. Tavern stand
9. Allen Stand
- Opened: 1814
2.Avail seats: 30000
3.Known as: Lord’s Cricket Ground
4.Ends: Pavilion End, Nursery End
5.Location: London, England
Cricket World Cup Lords Fixtures 2019
- 09:30 GMT: PAK vs RSA, Match 30
2.09:30 GMT: Eng vs AUS, Match 32
3.12:30 GMT: NZ vs AUS, Match 37
4.09:30 GMT: PAK vs BAN, Match 43
5.09:30 GMT : TBC vs TBC, Final
- Total matches: 62
2. Matches won batting first: 27
3. Matches won bowling first: 32
4.Average 1st Inns scores: 237
5.Average 2nd Inns scores: 217
- Total matches: 137
2. Matches won batting first: 49
3. Matches won bowling first: 39
4.Average 1st Inns scores: 314
5.Average 2nd Inns scores: 299
- Total matches: 10
2. Matches won batting first: 6
3. Matches won bowling first : 3
4.Average 1st Inns scores: 157
5.Average 2nd Inns scores: 135