Trent Bridge, the home of Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club, will host two international matches in 2015.
On Wednesday 17 June, England will return to Nottinghamshire to face New Zealand in a 50-over Royal London One-Day International, while August sees the arrival of Australia for the resumption cricket’s most historic contest, the Investec Ashes, at Trent Bridge.
England and Australia have an unparalleled rivalry in international cricket, spanning decades. With Nottinghamshire’s Stuart Broad likely to spearhead the England bowling attack, and the developing talents of batsmen James Taylor and Alex Hales on the international stage, there could well be a local flavour to proceedings.
It’s not all about the events on the field though. For one week only Nottingham comes alive with the spirit of cricket. With fans from across the world descending for the match, Nottingham will come alive with entertainment across the city for the occasion.
Days one to four of our Investec Test Match have sold out, though tickets for day five remain, at just £20 for adults across the ground with a full refund if there’s no play, we’d love to welcome you back to Trent Bridge in 2015.