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Located just across the River Trent in the city of Nottingham is one of the most beautiful international cricket grounds in England, Trent Bridge. Considered to be one of the best grounds in the world to watch cricket, this historic ground has ties to the sport back to the 1830s.
Trent Bridge staged its first Test in 1899 between England and Australia, which ended in a draw, swiftly becoming one of the most popular venues for the game, drawing in crowds from all over the country and abroad.
Home to Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club, the ground is mostly used for Test, One-Day International and county cricket, though it has also hosted the Finals Day of the Twenty20 Cup and hosts the final of the One-Day Cup.
In its early history, the grounds also accommodated football matches, with both Notts County Football Club and Nottingham Forest playing some of their earliest matches before moving to more permanent homes.
With a capacity of just over 17,000 Trent Bridge is regularly sold out for Test and ODI fixtures, however, if you are lucky enough to enjoy corporate hospitality at this ground, expect excellent food, drink and pitch views that will make for an unforgettable day.
England plays New Zealand at Trent Bridge for the second of their LV= Insurance Test Matches. Watch the pinnacle of the sport at this iconic ground with corporate hospitality.
England takes on India at Trent Bridge on Sunday 3rd July 2022 for the second of their Twenty20 International fixtures; get ready for some high paced bowling!
Trent Bridge Cricket Ground takes its name from the nearby main bridge over the River Trent.