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Founded over 230 years ago Lord’s Cricket Ground is undoubtedly the world’s most famous cricket venue, well deserving of its moniker, ‘The Home of Cricket’. The current Lord’s is actually its third incarnation since 1781 which has seen many developments over the years.
Lord’s is a place where legends are made, the amphitheatre drawing generations of supporters to its unique architecture to witness history in the making. It is also the site of the MCC Museum, the oldest sports museum in the world where the iconic Ashes Urn is held.
Lord’s is owned by Marylebone Cricket Club or MCC for short and is home of Middlesex County Cricket Club and prestigious worldwide organisations the England and Wales Cricket Board and the European Cricket Council.
Cricket may be the focus at Lord’s, but it is not the only sport, the grounds also house a real tennis court which is open throughout the year to members, as well as hosting the archery competition during the London 2012 Olympics.
Thanks to its stunning architecture and rich history Corporate Hospitality at Lord’s is a marvellous occasion and cricket represents one of the best sporting events to entertain important clients and treasured friends, this is one venue that will never disappoint.
England meets New Zealand for the first of their LV= Insurance Test Matches in what is sure to be a thrilling contest between two of the world’s best at Lord’s Cricket Ground.
England faces India for the final ODI of their summer home series in 2022 on Thursday 14th July for the ultimate grudge match; you won’t want to miss this.
England prepares to face South Africa at the home of cricket, Lord’s, for the first of three LV= Insurance Test matches in August 2022.
Lord’s is the ‘Home of Cricket’ and is quite rightly the most famous cricket ground in the world.