Cardiff will welcome New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, South Africa and the world cup qualifier champions Afghanistan.
Matches are scheduled as follows:
1. 1st June: New Zealand vs Sri Lanka
2. 4th June: Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka
3. 8th June: England vs Bangladesh
4. 15th June: South Africa vs Afghanistan
Cricket being the most watched globally sport the sporting team at Wales show the extreme happiness and gratitude to be able to host the four prominent teams of the ICC.
For everyone looking to attend this ginormous event and already booking the tickets, here is a quick guide to Wales and all you need to keep in mind
Whether you are looking for a luxurious stay option or a budget hotel to just to dump your luggage, finding a place in Wales is never a problem. There are some really great accommodation choices at a walkable distance from the city center. The Vale Resort to the famous B&B you can find all of it at one place.
ICC World Cup, 2019 tickets are now available and are served on the first come first serve basis. To get all the updates of tickets and latest happenings of ICC you need to follow @cricketworldcup on Twitter.
And while you are here don’t miss out to explore some of the amazing places and things Cardiff offers. Let us have a look on some of these
Built from the histories of 50AD, the Cardiff Castle is one of the best things to explore while in Cardiff.
If you an art lover you ought to visit this place. The finest collection of contemporary art and paintings, Cardiff’s National Museum need to have your attention.
Castell Coch is definitely one of the prettiest castle that you could possible find. When in Wales don’t afford to miss out on this beauty.
Now this what Serenity is. Walking on this stretch of 80 km path will make you forget all the stress and just soak in the peace.