Trent Bridge has been named the best domestic venue for the second successive year in an independent survey commissioned by the ECB.

Glamorgan’s SWALEC Stadium and Hampshire’s Rose Bowl completed the top three with Lord’s ranked in fifth position.

Hampshire pipped Notts to the top spot in the international matches survey by a single point with Glamorgan completing the top three.

“ECB is committed to supporting the modernisation of cricket grounds and improving the spectator experience throughout England and Wales which we recognise as an important factor in retaining our existing customer base and attracting new audiences to the sport,” said ECB Chief Executive David Collier.

“This research gives all our international and domestic venues a clearer understanding of what matters most to spectators when they attend matches and we send our congratulations to Hampshire, Nottinghamshire and Glamorgan on their strong performances in this year’s survey.”

Trent Bridge was highly commended for the view from each seat, the quality of stewarding and the ease of ticket transactions.


Tickets for England’s major matches at Trent Bridge in 2011 are now on general sale.

England face Sri Lanka in a NatWest Series Floodlit One Day International on Wednesday 6th July and India in an npower Test from Friday 29th July – Tuesday 2nd August.

Nottinghamshire duo Graeme Swann and Stuart Broad will both have high hopes of featuring in the fixtures. Swann made his Test debut against India in 2008 and has enjoyed a meteoric rise to prominence in the national side.

Prices for adult Test tickets range from £30 for a day four seat in the alcohol-free William Clarke stand to £60 for a premium position in the coveted Radcliffe Road and Hound Road stands for the opening exchanges.

Adult tickets for the One Day International range from £38 to £63 with junior admission beginning at £14.

To secure your seats, call the ticket hotline on 0844 8118711 or click here to visit our online box office.

Lines are open 9.30am – 4.30pm Monday-Friday and 9.30am – 1.00pm on Saturdays.