International Cricket World Cup

Everything you need to know about the cricket calendar's biggest international tournament

The ICC Cricket World Cup is the largest event in the cricketing calendar, held every 4 years. This year's World Cup is hosted by England and Wales, and runs from 30 May to 14 July.

We've put together all the information you need about getting to Cricket World Cup venues on our network - the Kia Oval, the Ageas Bowl, the Brightside Ground, and of course Lords.

Fixtures on our network

Date Match Location Nearest Station
30 May England vs South Africa The Kia Oval
Vauxhall
1 June Afghanistan vs Australia The Brightside Ground Montpelier
2 June South Africa vs Bangladesh The Ageas Bowl
Hedge End
5 June South Africa vs India The Ageas Bowl Hedge End
5 June Bangladesh vs New Zealand The Kia Oval
Vauxhall
7 June Pakistan vs Sri Lanka The Brightside Ground
Montpelier
9 June India vs Australia The Kia Oval
Vauxhall
10 June South Africa vs West Indies The Ageas Bowl
Hedge End
11 June Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka The Brightside Ground
Montpelier
14 June England vs West Indies The Ageas Bowl
Hedge End
15 June Sri Lanka vs Australia The Kia Oval
Vauxhall
22 June India vs Afghanistan The Ageas Bowl
Hedge End
23 June Pakistan vs South Africa Lords Cricket Ground St John's Wood (opens in a new tab)
(take the Jubilee Line north from Waterloo)
24 June Bangladesh vs Afghanistan The Ageas Bowl
Hedge End
25 June England vs Australia Lords Cricket Ground
St John's Wood (opens in a new tab)
(take the Jubilee Line north from Waterloo)

29 June New Zealand vs Australia
5 July Pakistan vs Bangladesh
14 July Cup Final

Ageas Bowl

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Kia Oval

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