2019 England v Australia (Ashes), Lord’s
England play Australia in the 2nd Test match at Lord’s, 14-18th August 2019.
The second test is at the sport’s spiritual home, and still the most prestigious place to play. All significant individual efforts will etch their name into the history books, and the famous Honours Boards in the Long Room.
Throughout the Ashes, Lord’s has not been statistically England’s most productive ground, however with this special squad of players the expectant Lord’s faithful will hope they can turn around these fortunes. Don’t miss out and register your interest now with Engage, Lord’s Official Hospitality Partner.14th Aug – 18th Aug 2019 Lord's Cricket Hospitality
2019 England v Australia (Ashes), Edgbaston
England play Australia in the 1st Test match at Edgbaston, 1st-5th August 2019.
Historically this is England’s favoured Ashes Venue winning more games here than they have lost. England’s fortunes at this fantastic ground are hugely positive losing only one of their past 13 tests here.
The venue played host to arguable one of the greatest test matches of all time during the 2005 ashes series, can the 2019 opener live up to the Tests of old and who will take the honours in this opening match?
Make sure you and your clients don’t miss out and register your interest now with Engage!1st Aug – 5th Aug 2019 Edgbaston HospitalityLimited Availability
2019 England v Australia (Ashes), Old Trafford
England play Australia in the 4th Test match at Old Trafford, 4th-8th September 2019.
Hosting 6 ICC world Cup fixtures and the 4th Ashes Test, there will be a festival of cricket in Manchester in 2019. A ground which first held a Test between Australia and England in 1884 has a wealth of history and with new investment and development at its core Emirates Old Trafford has truly turned itself into a world class arena.
In 2005, 20,000 fans were camped outside the ground on the final day as the Aussies hung on for a draw before eventually losing the iconic series.
Old Trafford last hosted an Ashes test in England’s 3-0 home win 2013. As the 4th Test there is a realistic chance of winning the Urn back at this great venue.
Be there by registering your interest now with Engage!4th Sep – 8th Sep 2019 Emirates Old Trafford HospitalityLimited Availability
2019 England v Australia (Ashes), Kia Oval
England play Australia in the 5th & Final Test match at the Kia Oval, 12th-16th September 2019.
The Oval is well known for the gas holders which have overlooked every game played. The ground hosted the first ever Test Match in England in 1880 and was the place the Ashes were created in 1882. In the twentieth century, 1938 saw Sir Len Hutton hit the highest ever Test Match score by an Englishman at The Oval before, ten years later, the great Sir Donald Bradman played his last ever innings at the ground, memorably just failing to score the four runs he required for a Test Match average of 100.
With fabulous views of the pitch, whilst enjoying a cold beverage, witness what could be the series decider by registering your interest now with Engage!12th Sep – 16th Sep 2019 The OvalLimited Availability
2019 England v Australia (Ashes), Headingley
England play Australia in the 3rd Test match at Headingley, 22nd-26th August 2019.
England’s Test Captain will always remember his maiden Test century at Headingley against New Zealand in May 2013. Five years on and Root’s Test 100’s have seemingly dried up, what would the captain give to rediscover his Test form on his home ground and ultimately bat England into a winning position.
Australia themselves will have fond memories of this great venue as it would nearly be 10 years to the day since they blew England away within two and a half days.
A ground that offers something for both bowlers and batsmen, this is a test not to be missed. Register your interest now with Engage!22nd Aug – 26th Aug 2019 HeadingleyLimited Availability