The world's greatest cricket celebration is coming to England and Wales in 2019!
The Cardiff Wales Stadium, home to Glamorgan County Cricket Club, will be proud to host four group stage matches in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.
This will be the fifth time that Wales has co-hosted the competition with England, the previous instances happening in 1975, 1979, 1983 and 1999.
The Cardiff Wales Stadium is certainly no stranger to ICC tournament cricket, having been a match venue for the last two editions of the ICC Champions Trophy, as well as one previous World Cup match back in 1999 (the first international match ever played there).
The Cricket World Cup will continue Cardiff’s proud tradition of hosting major sporting events in the capital city of Wales, following on from such occasions as the Volvo Ocean Race 2018, Uefa Champions League Final 2017, Rugby World Cup 2015 and the Olympics in 2012.
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