NatWest Series, 2004 / Grounds

County Ground, Bristol County Ground, Bristol

Established 1889
Capacity 7000 (15,000 ODIs)
Sun Jul 4 (50 ovs) England v New Zealand
Edgbaston, Birmingham Edgbaston, Birmingham

Established 1882
Capacity 21,000
Sat Jun 26 (50 ovs) New Zealand v West Indies
Headingley, Leeds Headingley, Leeds

Established 1890
Capacity 17000
Thu Jul 1 (50 ovs) England v West Indies
Lord's, London Lord's, London

Established 1814
Capacity 30000
Tue Jul 6 (50 ovs) England v West Indies
Sat Jul 10 (50 ovs) New Zealand v West Indies
Old Trafford, Manchester Old Trafford, Manchester

Established 1857
Capacity 19000
Thu Jun 24 (50 ovs) England v New Zealand
Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street

Established 1995
Capacity 5000 (17000 for internationals)
Tue Jun 29 (50 ovs) England v New Zealand
Sophia Gardens, Cardiff Sophia Gardens, Cardiff

Capacity 5500 (15,000 after redevelopment)
Sat Jul 3 (50 ovs) New Zealand v West Indies
The Rose Bowl, Southampton The Rose Bowl, Southampton

Established 2001
Capacity 6,500 (20,000 with temporary seating)
Thu Jul 8 (50 ovs) New Zealand v West Indies
Trent Bridge, Nottingham Trent Bridge, Nottingham

Established 1841
Capacity 15,350 (to be 17,000)
Sun Jun 27 (50 ovs) England v West Indies