ICC Cricket / England

The England National Cricket Team has been a full member of the ICC since 15 June, 1909, representing both England and Wales. They were one of the first teams to be given Test status (along with Australia) in 1877.

Founded: 1846
Main Ground: Lords Cricket Ground

Away Travel Info: Lords Cricket Ground

By Rail:

Lord's is located in St John's Wood, London NW8 - roughly on the north west corner of Regent's Park, and within walking distance of several London Underground stations:

St John's Wood (Jubilee Line
Warwick Avenue (Bakerloo Line)
Baker Street (Bakerloo, Circle, Jubilee, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan lines)

Lord's is quite close to two national rail stations: Marylebone and Paddington. Euston, King's Cross and Victoria are also fairly easy to travel from, especially by Tube.

By Bus

Lord's is very well served by bus routes, with local stops on the following services:

13 (Trafalgar Square to Golders Green)
82 (Victoria to North Finchley)
113 (Oxford Circus to Edgware)
139 (Waterloo to West Hampstead)
187 (Central Middlesex Hospital to Finchley Road)
189 (Oxford Circus to Brent Cross)
274 (Lancaster Gate to Islington)
Green Line coach service 757 (Luton to London)

Useful Links...

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