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This is a list of Test cricket grounds.

One hundred and seven grounds have hosted Test cricket since the first officially recognised Test match between Australia and England in Melbourne in March 1877. The grounds are listed in the order in which they were first used as a venue for Test cricket. The list excludes World Series Cricket and South African rebel tours venues.

On 8 July 2009, the SWALEC Stadium (previously known as Sophia Gardens) in Cardiff became the 100th Test venue.[1][2]

The first Test cricket match was played at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) situated in Yarra Park, Melbourne, Australia, in 1877
Panoramic View of the Eden Gardens Stadium in Kolkata, India

Test cricket grounds[edit]

No. Official name (known as) Location Country First used Last used No. of Tests Ends
1 Melbourne Cricket Ground
(MCG)
Melbourne, Victoria Australia Australia 15 March 1877 29 December 2013[3] 106 [4] • Members End
• Great Southern Stand End
2 The Oval Cricket Ground
(The Oval)
Kennington, London England England 6 September 1880 17 August 2014[5] 97 [6] • Pavilion End
• Vauxhall End
3 Sydney Cricket Ground
(SCG)
Sydney, New South Wales Australia Australia 17 February 1882 5 January 2014[7] 102 [8] • Paddington End
• Randwick End
4 Old Trafford Cricket Ground
(Old Trafford)
Manchester, Greater Manchester England England 10 July 1884 9 August 2014[9] 76 [10] • Stretford End
• Brian Statham End (originally Warwick Road end)
5 Lord's Cricket Ground
(Lord's)
St. John's Wood, London England England 21 July 1884 21 July 2014[11] 129 [12] • Pavilion End
• Nursery End
6 Adelaide Oval
Adelaide, South Australia Australia Australia 12 December 1884 9 December 2013[13] 72 [14] • City/River End
• Cathedral End
7 Axxess DSL St. Georges
(St George’s Park)
Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape South Africa South Africa 12 March 1889 23 February 2014[15] 25 [16] • Duckpond End
• Park Drive End
8 Sahara Park Newlands
(Newlands)
Cape Town, Western Cape South Africa South Africa 25 March 1889 5 March 2014[17] 51 [18] • Wynberg End
• Kelvin Grove End
9 Old Wanderers No. 1 Ground
(Old Wanderers)
Johannesburg, Gauteng South Africa South Africa 2 March 18961 22 February 1939[19] 22 [20] Unknown
10 Trent Bridge Ground
(Trent Bridge)
Nottingham, Nottinghamshire England England 1 June 1899 13 July 2014[21] 60 [22] • Pavilion End
• Radcliffe Road End
11 Headingley Stadium
(Headingley)
Leeds, West Yorkshire England England 29 June 1899 24 June 2014[23] 73 [24] • Kirkstall Lane End
• Football Stand End
12 County Cricket Ground
(Edgbaston)
Birmingham, West Midlands England England 29 May 1902 11 June 2012[25] 47 [26] • City End
• Pavilion End
13 Bramall Lane Sheffield, South Yorkshire England England 3 July 19022 5 July 1902 1 [27] • Pavilion End
• Football Ground End
14 Lord's No. 1 Ground
(Lord's)
Durban, KwaZulu-Natal South Africa South Africa 21 January 19103 9 November 1921[28] 4 [29] Unknown
15 Sahara Stadium, Kingsmead
(Kingsmead)
Durban, KwaZulu-Natal South Africa South Africa 18 January 1923 30 December 2013[30] 40 [31] • Umgeni End
• Old Fort Road End
16 Exhibition Ground
(The Ekka)
Brisbane, Queensland Australia Australia 30 November 19284 20 January 1931[32] 2 [33] • Hospital End
• The Hill
17 AMI Stadium
(formerly Jade Stadium and Lancaster Park)
Christchurch, Canterbury New Zealand New Zealand 10 January 1930 9 December 2006[34] 40 [35] • Hadlee Stand End
• Port Hills End
18 Kensington Oval
(The Mecca)
Bridgetown, Barbados
(West Indies)
Barbados Barbados 11 January 1930 30 June 2014[36] 50 [37] • Malcolm Marshall End
• Joel Garner End
19 Basin Reserve
(The Basin)
Wellington New Zealand New Zealand 24 January 1930 18 February 2014[38] 56 [39] • Vance Stand End
• Scoreboard End
20 Queen's Park Oval Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
(West Indies)
Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago 1 February 1930 20 June 2014[40] 59 [41] • Pavilion End
• Media Centre End
21 Eden Park No. 1
(Eden Park)
Auckland New Zealand New Zealand 14 February 1930 9 February 2014[42] 49 [43] • Dominion Road End
• Sandringham Road End
22 Bourda Georgetown, Guyana
(West Indies)
Guyana Guyana 21 February 1930 4 April 2005[44] 30 [45] • Regent Street End
• North Road End
23 Sabina Park
(Bina)
Kingston, Jamaica
(West Indies)
Jamaica Jamaica 3 April 1930 11 June 2014[46] 47 [47] • Blue Mountains End
• Headley Stand End
24 Brisbane Cricket Ground
(The Gabba)
Brisbane, Queensland Australia Australia 27 November 1931 24 November 2013[48] 56 [49] • Stanley Street End
• Vulture Street End
25 Bombay Gymkhana Ground
(Gymkhana Ground)
Mumbai, Maharashtra India India 15 December 1933 18 December 1933[50] 1 [51] Unknown
26 Eden Gardens Kolkata, West Bengal India India 5 January 1934 6 November 2013[52] 39 [53] • High Court End
• Pavilion End
27 M. A. Chidambaram Stadium
(Chepauk)
Chennai, Tamil Nadu India India 10 February 1934 26 February 2013[54] 31 [55] • Anna Pavilion End
• Pattabiraman Gate End
28 Feroz Shah Kotla Ground
(Kotla)
New Delhi, Delhi India India 10 November 1948 24 March 2013[56] 32 [57] • Stadium End
• Pavilion End
29 Brabourne Stadium Mumbai, Maharashtra India India 9 December 1948 6 December 2009[58] 18 [59] • Pavilion End
• Churchgate End
30 Ellis Park Stadium
(Ellis Park)
Johannesburg, Gauteng South Africa South Africa 27 December 19485 2 February 1954[60] 6 [61] Unknown
31 Green Park Stadium Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh India India 12 January 1952 27 November 2009[62] 21 [63] • Mill Pavilion End
• Hostel End
32 University Ground Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh India India 23 October 1952 26 October 1952[64] 1 [65] Unknown
33 Bangabandhu National Stadium Motijheel, Dhaka, Dhaka Division Bangladesh Bangladesh 1 January 19556 18 January 2005[66] 17 [67] • Pavilion End
• Paltan End
34 Bahawal Stadium Bahawalpur, Punjab Pakistan Pakistan 15 January 1955 18 January 1955[68] 1 [69] Unknown
35 Bagh-e-Jinnah
(Lawrence Gardens)
Lahore, Punjab Pakistan Pakistan 29 January 1955 31 March 1959[70] 3 [71] Unknown
36 Peshawar Club Ground Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pakistan Pakistan 13 February 1955 16 February 1955[72] 1 [73] • Pavilion End
• College End
37 National Stadium Karachi, Sindh Pakistan Pakistan 26 February 1955 25 February 2009[74] 41 [75] • Pavilion End
• University End
38 Carisbrook Dunedin, Otago New Zealand New Zealand 11 March 1955 22 December 1998[76] 10 [77] • Railway End
• Hillside End
39 Lal Bahadur Shastri Stadium
(Fateh Maidan)
Hyderabad, Telangana India India 19 November 1955 6 December 1988[78] 3 [79] • Pavilion End
• Hill Fort End
40 Nehru Stadium Chennai, Tamil Nadu India India 6 January 1956 2 March 1965[80] 9 [81] Unknown
41 New Wanderers Stadium
(Wanderers)
Johannesburg, Gauteng South Africa South Africa 24 December 1956 22 December 2013[82] 35 [83] • Corlett Drive End
• Golf Course End
42 Gaddafi Stadium
(Lahore Stadium)
Lahore, Punjab Pakistan Pakistan 21 November 1959 5 March 2009[84] 40 [85] • Pavilion End
• College End
43 Pindi Club Ground Rawalpindi, Punjab Pakistan Pakistan 27 March 1965 30 March 1965[86] 1 [87] Unknown
44 Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground
(VCA, Nagpur)
Nagpur, Maharashtra India India 3 October 1969 5 March 2006[88] 9 [89] • Jaika End
•  Church End
45 Western Australian Cricket Association Ground
(The WACA)
Perth, Western Australia Australia Australia 11 December 1970 17 December 2013[90] 41 [91] • Members/Lillee-Marsh Stand/River End
• Prindiville Stand End
46 Niaz Stadium Hyderabad, Sindh Pakistan Pakistan 16 March 1973 29 November 1984[92] 5 [93] Unknown
47 M. Chinnaswamy Stadium
(Chinnaswamy Stadium)
Bangalore, Karnataka India India 22 November 1974 3 September 2012[94] 20 [95] • Pavilion End
• BEML End
48 Wankhede Stadium Mumbai, Maharashtra India India 23 January 1975 16 November 2013[96] 24 [97] • Garware Pavilion End
• Tata End
49 Iqbal Stadium Faisalabad, Punjab Pakistan Pakistan 16 November 1978 25 January 2006[98] 24 [99] • Pavilion End
• Golf Course End
50 McLean Park Napier, Hawke's Bay New Zealand New Zealand 16 February 1979 28 January 2012[100] 10 [101] • Centennial Stand End
• Embankment End
51 Ibn-e-Qasim Bagh Stadium Multan, Punjab Pakistan Pakistan 30 December 1980 4 January 1981[102] 1 [103] Unknown
52 Antigua Recreation Ground
(The Rec)
St. John's, Antigua and Barbuda
(West Indies)
Antigua and Barbuda Antigua and Barbuda 27 March 1981 19 February 2009[104] 22 [105] • Pavilion End
• Factory Road End
53 Paikiasothy Saravanamuttu Stadium
(Saravanamuttu Stadium)
Colombo, Western Province Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 17 February 1982 29 November 2012[106] 17 [107] • Air Force Flats End
• Press Block End
54 Asgiriya Stadium Kandy, Central Province Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 22 April 1983 5 December 2007[108] 21 [109] • Hunnasgiriya End
• Hanthana End
55 Gandhi Stadium Jalandhar, Punjab India India 24 September 1983 29 September 1983[110] 1 [111] • Stadium End
• Pavilion End
56 Sardar Patel Stadium
(Motera)
Ahmedabad, Gujarat India India 12 November 1983 19 November 2012[112] 12 [113] • Adani Pavilion End
• GMDC End
57 Sinhalese Sports Club Ground
(SSC)
Colombo, Western Province Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 16 March 1984 18 August 2014[114] 38 [115] • Tennis Courts End
• South End
58 Colombo Cricket Club Ground
(CCC)
Colombo, Western Province Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 24 March 1984 21 April 1987[116] 3 [117] • Press Box End
• Pavilion End
59 Jinnah Stadium
(Sialkot Stadium)
Sialkot, Punjab Pakistan Pakistan 27 October 1985 26 September 1995[118] 4 [119] • Railway End
• Pavilion End
60 Barabati Stadium Cuttack, Odisha India India 4 January 1987 12 November 1995[120] 2 [121] • Mahanadi River End
• Pavilion End
61 Sawai Mansingh Stadium Jaipur, Rajasthan India India 21 February 1987 26 February 1987[122] 1 [123] • Pavilion End
• City End
62 Bellerive Oval Hobart, Tasmania Australia Australia 16 December 1989 18 December 2012[124] 11 [125] • Church Street End
• River End
63 Sector 16 Stadium Chandigarh, Chandigarh India India 23 November 1990 27 November 1990[126] 1 [127] Unknown
64 Seddon Park
Hamilton, Waikato New Zealand New Zealand 22 February 1991 22 December 2013[128] 20 [129] • Members End
• City End
65 Jinnah Stadium Gujranwala, Punjab Pakistan Pakistan 20 December 1991 25 December 1991[130] 1 [131] Unknown
66 Ranasinghe Premadasa Stadium
(Premadasa Stadium)
Colombo, Western Province Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 28 August 1992 19 March 2013[132] 8 [133] • Khettarama End
• Scoreboard End
67 Tyronne Fernando Stadium
(Fernando Stadium)
Moratuwa, Western Province Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 8 September 1992 13 December 1993[134] 4 [135] • Press Box End
• Katubadda End
68 Harare Sports Club
(formerly Salisbury Sports Club)
Harare Zimbabwe Zimbabwe 18 October 1992 12 August 2014[136] 32 [137] • City End
• Club House End
69 Bulawayo Athletic Club Bulawayo Zimbabwe Zimbabwe 1 November 19927 5 November 1992[138] 1 [139] Unknown
70 Southend Club Cricket Stadium
(Defence Cricket Stadium)
Karachi, Sindh Pakistan Pakistan 1 December 1993 6 December 1993[140] 1 [141] Unknown
71 Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium Rawalpindi, Punjab Pakistan Pakistan 9 December 1993 16 April 2004[142] 8 [143] • Pavilion End
• Shell End
72 K.D. Singh Babu Stadium Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh India India 18 January 1994 22 January 1994[144] 1 [145] • Pavilion End
• Gomati End
73 Queens Sports Club Bulawayo Zimbabwe Zimbabwe 20 October 1994 5 November 2011[146] 19 [147] • City End
• Airport End
74 Punjab Cricket Association Stadium
(Mohali)
Ajitgarh, Punjab India India 10 December 1994 18 March 2013[148] 11 [149] • Pavilion End
• City End
75 Arbab Niaz Stadium Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pakistan Pakistan 8 September 1995 30 August 2003[150] 6 [151] • Pavilion End
• College End
76 SuperSport Park
(Centurion Park)
Centurion, Gauteng South Africa South Africa 16 November 1995 15 February 2014[152] 19 [153] • Pavilion End
• Hennops River End
77 Sheikhupura Stadium Sheikhupura, Punjab Pakistan Pakistan 17 October 1996 21 October 1997[154] 2 [155] Unknown
78 The Playing Fields
(Arnos Vale)
Kingstown, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
(West Indies)
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 20 June 1997 13 July 2009[156] 2 [157] • Airport End
• Bequia End
79 Galle International Stadium Galle, Southern Province Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 3 June 1998 10 August 2014[158] 24 [159] • City End
• Fort End
80 Goodyear Park
(Springbok Park)
Bloemfontein, Free State South Africa South Africa 29 October 1999 22 November 2008[160] 4 [161] • Loch Logan End
• Willows End
81 Multan Cricket Stadium Multan, Punjab Pakistan Pakistan 29 August 2001 23 November 2006[162] 5 [163] • Main Pavilion End
• North Pavilion End
82 MA Aziz Stadium Chittagong, Chittagong Division Bangladesh Bangladesh 15 November 2001 10 January 2005[164] 8 [165] • Pedrollo End
• Ispahani End
83 Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium
(SCA Stadium)
Sharjah, United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates 31 January 20028 20 January 2014[166] 6 [167] • Pavilion End
• Sharjah Club End
84 National Cricket Stadium
(Queen's Park)
St. George's, Grenada
(West Indies)
Grenada Grenada 28 June 2002 20 July 2009[168] 2 [169] • River End
• D'arbeau End
85 Buffalo Park East London, Eastern Cape South Africa South Africa 18 October 2002 21 October 2002[170] 1 [171] • Buffalo Park Drive End
• Bunkers Hill End
86 North West Cricket Stadium
(Senwes Park)
Potchefstroom, North West South Africa South Africa 25 October 2002 27 October 2002[172] 1 [173] • Daly Auto End
• University End
87 County Ground
(Riverside)
Chester-le-Street, County Durham England England 5 June 2003 12 August 2013[174] 5 [175] • Finchale End
• Lumley End
88 Beausejour Gros Islet, Saint Lucia
(West Indies)
Saint Lucia Saint Lucia 20 June 2003 14 June 2006[176] 3 [177] • Pavilion End
• Media Centre End
89 Marrara Oval Darwin, Northern Territory Australia Australia 18 July 2003 3 July 2004[178] 2 [179] • McMillans Road End
• Airport End
90 Bundaberg Rum Stadium
(Cazaly's Stadium)
Cairns, Queensland Australia Australia 25 July 2003 13 July 2004[180] 2 [181] • City End
• Club End
91 Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium Sagorika, Chittagong, Chittagong Division Bangladesh Bangladesh 28 February 2006 8 February 2014[182] 12 [183] • UCB End
• Ispahani End
92 Shaheed Chandu Stadium Bogra, Rajshahi Division Bangladesh Bangladesh 8 March 2006 11 March 2006[184] 1 [185] Unknown
93 Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium Fatullah, Narayanganj, Dhaka Division Bangladesh Bangladesh 9 April 2006 13 April 2006[186] 1 [187] • Press Box End
• Pavilion End
94 Warner Park Basseterre, Saint Kitts and Nevis (West Indies) Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Kitts and Nevis 22 June 2006 24 May 2011[188] 3 [189] • South Stand End
• Factory Road End
95 Shere-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium Mirpur, Dhaka, Dhaka Division Bangladesh Bangladesh 25 May 2007 30 January 2014[190] 11 [191] • Ispahani End
• Aqua Paints End
96 University Oval
Dunedin, Otago New Zealand New Zealand 4 January 2008 7 December 2013[192] 6 [193] • Caladonian End
• City End
97 Providence Stadium Providence, Guyana
(West Indies)
Guyana Guyana 22 March 2008 15 May 2011[194] 2 [195] • Media Centre End
• Pavilion End
98 Sir Vivian Richards Stadium North Sound, Antigua and Barbuda
(West Indies)
Antigua and Barbuda Antigua and Barbuda 30 May 2008 29 July 2012[196] 3 [197] • Media Centre End
• Pavilion End
99 Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium
(Jamtha)
Nagpur, Maharashtra India India 6 November 2008 17 December 2012[198] 4 [199] • Secretary End
• Pavilion End
100 SWALEC Stadium
(Sophia Gardens)
Cardiff, South Glamorgan Wales Wales 8 July 2009[1][2] 30 May 2011[200] 2 [201] • River Taff End
• Cathedral Road End
101 Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium
(Uppal)
Hyderabad, Telangana India India 12 November 2010 5 March 2013[202] 3 [203] • Pavilion End
• North End
102 Dubai International Cricket Stadium
(Dubai Sports City Stadium)
Dubai, United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates 12 November 2010 12 January 2014[204] 6 [205] • Emirates Road End
• Dubai Sports City End
103 Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates 20 November 2010 4 January 2014[206] 5 [207] • North End
• Pavilion End
104 Pallekele International Cricket Stadium
(Muttiah Muralitharan International Cricket Stadium)
Pallekele, Central Province Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 1 December 2010 12 July 2012[208] 3 [209] • Hunnasgiriya End
• Rikillagaskada End
105 Rose Bowl
(Ageas Bowl)
Southampton, Hampshire England England 16 June 2011 31 July 2014[210] 2 [211] • Pavilion End
• Northern End
106 Windsor Park Roseau, Dominica
(West Indies)
Dominica Dominica 7 June 2011 22 March 2013[212] 3 [213] • River End
• Botanical Gardens End
107 Sheikh Abu Naser Stadium Khulna, Khulna Division Bangladesh Bangladesh 21 November 2012 25 November 2012[214] 1 [215] Unknown
Rose Bowl, Southampton, England – used for the first time by England in June 2011.

^1 – 22 Tests from 1896 to 1939; not used for first-class cricket since 1946; redeveloped as Johannesburg Railway Station.
^2 – Staged only one Test; not used for cricket since 1973; home ground of Sheffield United F.C.
^3 – 4 Tests from 1910 to 1921; not used for first-class cricket since 1922; demolished.
^4 – Staged two Tests, one in 1928 and the other in 1931; not used for first-class cricket since 1931.
^5 – 6 Tests from 1948 to 1954; not used for first-class cricket since 1956; now used only for rugby union.
^6 – First used by Pakistan for 8 Tests, later for 9 Tests by Bangladesh, including the inaugural home Test for both sides, on 1 January 1955 and 10 November 2000 respectively. Used exclusively for football since March 2005.
^7 – Staged only one Test in 1992; subsequent Tests in Bulawayo played at the Queens Sports Club.
^8 – 4 Tests in 2002.

*Indicates match currently in progress. List updated to 18th August 2014 (Test#2137).

Grounds by country[edit]

List of grounds by country, up to 18th August 2014 (Test#2137)

Country No. of grounds Location of first match Date of first match No. of Tests
Australia Australia 9 Melbourne Cricket Ground 15 March 1877 394
England England 9 The Oval Cricket Ground 6 September 1880 490
South Africa South Africa 11 St. George's Park (now Axxess DSL St. Georges) 12 March 1889 208
New Zealand New Zealand 7 Lancaster Park (now AMI Stadium) 10 January 1930 191
Barbados Barbados 1 Kensington Oval 11 January 1930 50
Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago 1 Queen's Park Oval 1 February 1930 59
Guyana Guyana 2 Bourda 21 February 1930 32
Jamaica Jamaica 1 Sabina Park 3 April 1930 47
India India 21 Bombay Gymkhana Ground 15 December 1933 244
Bangladesh Bangladesh 7 Bangabandhu National Stadium 1 January 1955 51*
Pakistan Pakistan 16 Bahawal Stadium 15 January 1955 144*
Antigua and Barbuda Antigua and Barbuda 2 Antigua Recreation Ground 27 March 1981 25
Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 8 Paikiasothy Saravanamuttu Stadium 17 February 1982 118
Zimbabwe Zimbabwe 3 Harare Sports Club 18 October 1992 52
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 1 The Playing Fields 20 June 1997 2
United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates 3 Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium 31 January 2002 17
Grenada Grenada 1 National Cricket Stadium 28 June 2002 2
Saint Lucia Saint Lucia 1 Beausejour Stadium 20 June 2003 3
Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Kitts and Nevis 1 Warner Park 22 June 2006 3
Wales Wales 1 SWALEC Stadium (Sophia Gardens) 8 July 2009 2
Dominica Dominica 1 Windsor Park 7 June 2011 3

* Figures for eight matches played in Dhaka, Bangladesh while it was part of Pakistan are included in statistics for Bangladesh.

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