Ashes Venues 2023

Last Modified Jul 4, 2023 12:46 IST

Ashes Venues for the Australia vs England 2023 Test Series


MatchFromToVenue
First TestJune 16June 20Edgbaston, Birmingham
Second TestJune 28July 02Lord's, London
Third TestJuly 06July 10Headingley, Leeds
Fourth TestJuly 19July 23Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester
Fifth TestJuly 27July 31Kennington Oval, London


The Ashes series is the oldest bilateral series played between Australia and England in the Test format. The series is played in a five-Test format after every 16 months in the United Kingdom and Australia alternatively. Australia are the current holders of the urn.


The current Ashes 2023 will take place in England from June 16 to July 27. The Ashes venues in England are Edgbaston, Lord’s, Headingley, Emirates Old Trafford and The Oval. Old Trafford, Lord’s and The Oval are the three venues to host the first Ashes in England in 1884, while Headingley hosted its first Ashes in 1899 and Edgbaston in 1902


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Edgbaston will host the Ashes opener in the 2023 series between June 16 and June 20. The two teams will get a rest for over a week before they move to the iconic Lord’s to play the second Test on June 28. The gap between the second and third Test is of just four days, with the third game to begin on July 6 at Headingley in Leeds.


England and Australia will play the fourth Ashes Test at the Emirates Old Trafford in Manchester from July 19 to 23. Tthe Ashes rivals will return to London to play the final game at The Oval, starting on July 27. The 2023 Ashes will end by July 31.


The first Ashes started in 1882-83 in Australia with England winning the urn with a 2-1 margin. Australia, however, are the most successful side with 34 Ashes victories out of the 72 concluded series so far.




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Find out who hosted the Ashes tournament from 1882-2022 in the table given below.


SeriesYearsHost
11882/83Australia
21884England
31884/85Australia
41886England
51886/87Australia
61887/88Australia
71888England
81890England
91891/92Australia
101893England
111894/95Australia
121896England
131897/98Australia
141899England
151901/02Australia
161902England
171903/04Australia
181905England
191907/08Australia
201909England
211911/12Australia
221912England
231920/21Australia
241921England
251924/25Australia
261926England
271928/29Australia
281930England
291932/33Australia
301934England
311936/37Australia
321938England
331946/47Australia
341948England
351950/51Australia
361953England
371954/55Australia
381956England
391958/59Australia
401961England
411962/63Australia
421964England
431965/66Australia
441968England
451970/71Australia
461972England
471974/75Australia
481975England
491977England
501978/79Australia
511981England
521982/83Australia
531985England
541986/87Australia
551989England
561990/91Australia
571993England
581994/95Australia
591997England
601998/99Australia
612001England
622002/03Australia
632005England
642006/07Australia
652009England
662010/11Australia
672013England
682013/14Australia
692015England
702017/18Australia
712019England
722022Australia


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