Bristol County Ground | ICC World Cup 2019 Stadium

Bristol County Ground

Bristol County Ground | ICC World Cup 2019 Stadium

Bristol County Ground

Bristol County Ground is one of the famous venues in England which is the home for Gloucestershire County Cricket Club and the England National Cricket Team. The ground is well known for his old track records, established in 1889 and the first International match was played here was on 13 June 1983. It was an ODI match between New Zealand v Sri Lanka. The venue also hosts T20 internationals, the first match was played between England v Pakistan on 28 August 2006. It hasn’t hosted any International Test match yet. In the coming ICC World Cup 2019, Bristol will host 3 matches of it.

Following are the details about the stadium

Area: Bishopston

City: Bristol, England

Address: County Ground, Nevil Road, Bishopston, Bristol, BS7 9EJ

Established: 1889

Capacity: 8000 (15,000 ODIs)

Floodlights Installed: In 2016

Home team: Gloucestershire

Local time zone: (UTC +01 00)

Also or formerly known as:

The Royal & Sun Alliance County Ground

Ashley Down Ground

Fry's Ground

Phoenix County Ground

The Brightside Ground
Nevil Road

 

End names:

Pavilion End

Ashley Down Road End

 

Records and statistics

First ODI

New Zealand v Sri Lanka - Jun 13, 1983

 

 

First T20I

England v Pakistan - Aug 28, 2006

 

One Day International Centuries

The following table summarizes the One Day International centuries scored at Bristol County Ground

 

Date

Score

Player

Team

Balls

Opposing team

Result

1

23 May 1999

140*

Sachin Tendulkar

India

101

Kenya

Won

2

23 May 1999

104*

Rahul Dravid

India

109

Kenya

Won

3

10 June 2001

102

Ricky Ponting

 Australia

101

England

Won

4

11 July 2002

113

Sachin Tendulkar

India

101

Sri Lanka

Won

5

4 July 2004

106

Andrew Flintoff

 England

121

New Zealand

Lost

6

24 Sept 2017

102

Moeen Ali

England

57

West Indies

Won

 

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Fixtures at Bristol

 

Saturday 1 June 2019  (50ovs)

Afghanistan VS Australia

Friday 7 June 2019 (50ovs)

Pakistan VS Sri Lanka

Tuesday 11 June 2019 (50ovs)

Bangladesh VS Sri Lanka


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