- Address: St. John’s Wood Road
- Country: United Kingdom
- Capacity: 31,000
- Opened: 1814
- Main use: Cricket
- Tenants: MCC (cricket), Middlesex (cricket)
Extra stadium info – Lord’s Cricket Ground
The stadium, which became the largest cricket stadium by capacity in Europe, was renovated several times. In 1975, it hosted the first final of the tournament which is currently known as the Cricket World Cup. The venue hosted its first-ever Women’s Cricket World Cup final in 1993. England won the game against New Zealand. The stadium named Lord’s Cricket Ground is the home of Marylebone Cricket Club and Middlesex County Cricket Club. MCC was founded in 1787 and Middlesex CCC was founded in 1864.