2020 England v Australia ODI, Ageas Bowl
England v Australia at The home of Hampshire Cricket in the 2nd ODI of the series.
Formally known as the Ageas Bowl the venue is one of the more picturesque International grounds. Home to Hampshire CCC the ground shaped like an amphitheatre is a splendid location to watch Cricket and entertain clients alike.
England have played eighteen ODI’s here since 2004 and have won eleven losing only seven. Australia’s record at the Rose bowl is however even more impressive winning four of their five matches.
The last time these two teams met in Southampton was back in 2013 where Australia won by 43 runs. Australia batted first amassing 298, Shane Watson was the major contributor with a mammoth 143.
England in reply got off to a slow start losing Kevin Pietersen for 0. It was a middle order of Bopara, Buttler and Stokes which nearly got England over the line but ultimately fell short.14th Jul 2020 The Ageas BowlLimited Availability
2020 England v Pakistan IT20, Ageas Bowl
England v Pakistan
England welcome Pakistan in their final International T20 fixture at the home of Hampshire Cricket, the Ageas Bowl.
What a fantastic ground to host the culmination of the series, the third and final IT20 will be played out at the home of Hampshire CCC. This state-of-the-art venue provides the perfect platform to enjoy the fireworks of this explosive game. England and Pakistan have exciting short format teams which will pull in the expecting crowds. Don’t miss this opportunity to see the ball clear the ropes and disappear out the ground.
T20 games will take on extra onus with the T20 World Cup on the horizon. Teams will be putting plans in place to ensure a strong run in the tournament. After narrowly missing out to the West Indies, English fans will expect to go one step further in Australia and secure additional white ball silverware later in the year.2nd Sep 2020 The Ageas BowlLimited Availability
The Hundred, Ageas Bowl
The Hundred is coming to a cricket ground near you!
Franchise Cricket has finally landed in the UK, we have the opportunity to get behind English hero’s and global superstars in a new and innovative format.
Aimed at the younger generation to inspire the next Ben Stokes or Jofra Archer to take up this global game. Join in what will be an electric atmosphere as this new format unfolds in front of your eyes.
Ageas Bowl fixtures:
22nd Jul – 7th Aug 2020 The Ageas BowlLimited Availability
- Wednesday, 22 July, 2020 – Southern Brave v Manchester Originals
- Sunday, 26 July, 2020 – Southern Brave v Oval Invincibles
- Tuesday, 4 August, 2020 – Southern Brave v Trent Rockets
- Friday, 7 August, 2020 – Southern Brave v Welsh Fire