Applications for tickets for the second LV= Insurance men’s Test match between England and New Zealand at Edgbaston have reached 100,000 in the ballot process, which the Birmingham venue launched just two weeks ago.
9 February 2021
Edgbaston Stadium is bringing more international cricket to the West Midlands this summer with the iconic Birmingham venue being awarded a men’s Test match between England and New Zealand, which begins on Thursday 10 June.
25 January 2021
Works have begun to transform land at Birmingham’s world-renowned Edgbaston Stadium to create a new entrance plaza, car parking facilities and ‘The Edgbaston Residences’ complex, which will comprise 375 high quality residential apartments and new retail and leisure opportunities.
13 January 2021
Edgbaston Stadium has confirmed its fastest sell-out of tickets for a bilateral men’s One-Day International (ODI) for at least 10 years with all tickets for next summer’s Royal London International fixture between men’s world Champions England and Pakistan now sold out.
16 December 2020
Edgbaston Stadium has announced a pre-Christmas sell out of Vitality Blast Finals Day 2021 for the second consecutive year.
9 December 2020
The Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy final will be shown live on Sky Sports on Sunday September 27. The final will be hosted at Edgbaston.
26 August 2020
Cricket fans of Warwickshire and Worcestershire have been able to enjoy their first live experience of the game in 2020 as a spectator pilot programme at Edgbaston Stadium ...
29 July 2020
Venue space and volunteers provided at Edgbaston Stadium by Warwickshire County Cricket Club have proved a vital cog in a "fantastic collective effort" which is distributing food to those in need across Birmingham.
3 June 2020
Ahead of another action-packed summer of cricket in 2020, Edgbaston, in partnership with official hospitality provider Keith Prowse, have confirmed the launch of a new, family-oriented package.
4 December 2019
Birmingham’s Edgbaston Stadium has confirmed that it will increase its capacity for next summer’s Major Matches.
24 October 2019
Just over two weeks since Essex Eagles defeated Worcestershire Rapids at Vitality Blast Finals Day, Birmingham’s Edgbaston Stadium has confirmed that the demand for general admission tickets for Finals Day, in 2020, has been greater than ever before in the 17-year history of the tournament.
9 October 2019
Edgbaston Stadium has confirmed the fastest ever sell out of Vitality Blast Finals Day in the 17-year history of the domestic T20 tournament.
16 May 2019
Warwickshire County Cricket Club has released its annual report for the 2017/18 financial year as it prepares for the biggest programme of major match cricket that the club’s Edgbaston Stadium has ever hosted.
28 January 2019
Derbyshire will play a 50-over friendly against Warwickshire at Edgbaston on Sunday 31 March, 11am start.
8 January 2019
Birmingham’s Edgbaston Stadium has announced sell outs for the first three days of next summer’s opening Test match ...
5 November 2018
Warwickshire County Cricket Club has secured new deals with all-rounder Aaron Thomason and wicket-keeper Alex Mellor.
4 October 2018
Birmingham’s Edgbaston Stadium is increasing its capacity by an extra 840 seats for next year’s marquee programme of major match cricket, which includes the ICC Cricket World Cup, Vitality Blast Finals Day and the first Test of England’s Specsavers Ashes series against Australia.
18 September 2018
Birmingham’s Edgbaston Stadium has been named by the England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) as the host venue for the opening match of next year’s eagerly awaited Specsavers Ashes Test series between England and Australia.
19 July 2018
Birmingham Edgbaston’s Stadium has confirmed a sell-out for this year’s Vitality Blast Finals Day, excluding the allocation of tickets reserved for the four competing semi-finalists on the day.
3 July 2018
Birmingham’s Edgbaston Stadium has been allocated one of its best programmes of major match cricket for the period covering 2020 to 2024 in addition to being named as a host venue for the England & Wales Cricket Board’s (ECB) new Twenty20 competition.
14 February 2018