Ashes Venues for the Australia vs England 2023 Test Series
|First Test||June 16||June 20||Edgbaston, Birmingham|
|Second Test||June 28||July 02||Lord's, London|
|Third Test||July 06||July 10||Headingley, Leeds|
|Fourth Test||July 19||July 23||Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester|
|Fifth Test||July 27||July 31||Kennington 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.
Find out who hosted the Ashes tournament from 1882-2022 in the table given below.