Lord's
Lord's Cricket Ground
City: London
Built: 1825
Club: Middlesex
Address: St. John`s Wood, London, England

Simply the most famous cricket ground in the world. Known as the “Home of Cricket”, Lord’s hosts the opening match of the tournament and the final.

The St John’s Wood ground owes its name to Thomas Lord, a Yorkshireman who sought his fortune in London.

The two ends are referred to as the Pavilion and Nursery ends.

There is a good view of play from almost anywhere in the ground, with the exception of certain areas within the lower tiers of the Grandstand and the Nursery End, where seats towards the rear have a rather restricted view.

Games will be played at Lord’s: May 14 & June 9 & 20

Games at Lord's:
May 14 England v Sri Lanka
  LIVE INTERNET BROADCAST
Live Radio Commentary on BBC Radio 4 Long Wave
TV Highlights on BBC2 at approx. 20:00 BST 19:00 GMT
Jun 9 Group A third v Group B second('Super 6')
  LIVE INTERNET BROADCAST Live Radio Commentary on BBC Radio 4 Long Wave Live TV Coverage on BBC1/BBC2
Jun 20 The Final
  LIVE INTERNET BROADCAST Live Radio Commentary on BBC Radio 4 Long Wave Live TV Coverage on BBC1/BBC2