About Women’s Cricket World Cup, London
The Women’s Cricket World Cup is a cricket tournament featuring 8 countries from around the world. The matches are played as a series of One Day Internationals. Each game follows the same format as the men’s, teams taking turns to bat, during the course of 50 overs. With matches taking place in Derby, Bristol, Leicester and Taunton, the final is to be played at the prestigious Lord’s Cricket Ground in London. Previous World Cups have been dominated by Australia and England. New Zealand’s Debbie Hockley holds the record for most runs in the cup, having made 1,501 over her 18-year career.
Helpful information about Women’s Cricket World Cup
The final is set to take place on the last Sunday of the tournament at Lord’s Cricket Ground. Other games in the build-up are played at smaller venues across the country. London’s main airports (Heathrow, Gatwick, London City and Stansted) all take less than an hour to reach Lord’s Cricket Ground. The stadium is in the city centre, under a mile away from Baker Street underground station. Tickets for the group stages cost £10, the semi-finals (held in Bristol and Derby) will be £15 with the grand final costing £20. The games will start in the morning, finishing mid-afternoon.
Making the most of the Women’s Cricket World Cup
The women’s game is getting increasingly more popular, so buy tickets in advance just to be on the safe side. Follow all the action to find out who qualifies for the tournament, other than the hosts of course. The final may attract the biggest crowds, but if you’re planning more than game in the tournament, look into travel arrangements to reach other venues. Check the official website for the full match schedule once available. There are also guided tours available of Lord’s Cricket Ground, which includes the museum tracing back the history of Cricket to the early 18th century.
Where to stay in London for the Women’s Cricket World Cup
Choose from a wide range of houses, apartments, Bed and Breakfasts, spare rooms and other private rentals in central London close to the ground. If you are travelling from elsewhere in the city, it is easy to get around London by bus or tube to arrive at ground. Check out our accommodation in London.
Things to do in London near the Women’s Cricket World Cup
Visit world famous attractions such as Buckingham Palace, London Bridge, Big Ben and the House of Parliament. Take a boat trip along the River Thames or a ride on the London Eye for views across the city. Abbey Road studios made famous by the Beatles is also close to Lord’s Cricket Ground.
More information about the Women’s Cricket World Cup
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