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Trent Bridge Cricket Ground is a cricket ground in West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire, England, just across the River Trent from Nottingham. It is also the home of Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club. The ground has been used for Finals Day of the Twenty20 Cup twice and will stage the One-Day Cup final between 2020 and 2024.

In 2009, the ground was used for the ICC World Twenty20 and featured a semi-final between South Africa and Pakistan. The site’s name is derived from the nearby main bridge over the Trent River, as well as Meadow Lane and Nottingham Forest’s City Ground, two football stadiums.

Trent Bridge Cricket Ground

  • Full Name: Trent Bridge Cricket Ground
  • Location: West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire, England
  • Operator: Not Known
  • Capacity: 17,500
  • Surface: Batting
  • Floodlights: Yes
  • End names: Pavilion End, Radcliffe Road End
  • Boundary Length (Dimension):
  • Also known as: Trent Bridge Ground | Trent Bridge Stadium

Record & Stats

T20 Stats

Total Match Played: 12
Batting First Won: 7
Batting Second Won: 5
Tie: 0
Avg. Score in 1st bat: 161
Highest Score: Pakistan 232/6
Lowest Score: New Zealand 110/10
Scoring Pattern
Below Score 150: 5
Score between 150 and 169: 2
Score between 170 and 189: 2
Above Score 190: 3

ODI Stats

Total Match Played: 48
Batting First Won: 21
Batting Second Won: 25
Tie: 2
Avg. Score in 1st bat: 260
Highest Score: England 481/6
Lowest Score: South Africa 83/10
Scoring Pattern
Below Score 200: 13
Score between 200 and 249: 8
Score between 250 and 299: 17
Above Score 300: 10

T20 Domestic

Total Match Played: 51
Batting First Won: 30
Batting Second Won: 20
Tie: 1
Avg. Score in 1st bat: 168
Highest Score: Warwickshire 229/5
Lowest Score: Yorkshire 60/3
Scoring Pattern
Below Score 150: 14
Score between 150 and 169: 11
Score between 170 and 189: 11
Above Score 190: 15

Is Trent Bridge Cricket Ground Batting Or Bowling Pitch?

Teams in One-Day Internationals generally opt to bat first on the Trent Bridge ground, since it is a batting pitch. Of the 49 games played, 21 ended with a victory for the batsmen and 25 were won by the bowlers.

Ground Information


Establishment ( Situated In ) – 1841

Address – Trent Bridge, West Bridgford, Nottingham NG2 6AG, United Kingdom

Official Website –

Contact Number: +44 115 982 3000

E-mail[email protected]


  •  Not Known


Trent Bridge staged its first Test in 1899, and it is a frequent and well-known feature on the global stage. It previously housed Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club and Notts County Football Club, but when the football and cricket seasons became too crowded (as far back as 1910), the football club relocated to Meadow Lane.

Gary Sobers, Clive Rice, and Richard Hadlee have all trodden the pavilion’s steps and left a lasting imprint on its history. It has witnessed some historic moments in International Cricket; in 1965, Graeme and Peter Pollock led South Africa to an astounding victory; Graeme scored a century that is still regarded as one of the finest innings by a South African.

International Information

  • First Test: 1–3 June 1899: England v  Australia
  • Last Test: 4–8 August 2021: England v  India
  • First ODI: 31 August 1974: England v  Pakistan
  • Last ODI: 20 June 2019: Bangladesh v  Australia
  • First T20: 6 June 2009: Bangladesh v  India
  • Last T20: 16 July 2021: England v  Pakistan

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