PropTOQ presents Top 5 ICC World cup Venues 2019 | On the basis of seating capacity 1. Lord’s, Middlesex, London Seating Capacity: 28,000 Year Established: 1814 First Match: England vs India Home Team: Middlesex World Cup Matches: 10 World Cup Finals 4 975 Winner — West Indies 1979 Winner — West Indies 1983 Winner — India 1999 Winner- Australia On this “Mecca of Cricket”, Team India lifted their inaugural World Cup in 1983, against all odds. 2. Old Trafford, Manchester Seating Capacity:26000 Year Established:1857 Home Team: Lancashire World Cup Matches: 11 First WC ODI: SL vs WI (1975) England have played two Cricket World Cup semi-finals at Old Trafford, winning one and losing the other 3. The Oval, London Seating Capacity:25,500 Year Established: 1845 Home Team: Surrey World Cup Matches: 11 First WC ODI: Aus vs WI — 1975 First English ground to host international test cricket (1880) 4. Edgbaston, Birmingham Seating Capacity:25,000 Year Established: 1881 Home Team: Warwickshire First Match: NZ vs East Africa (1975) Total WC Matches: 11 India knocked out England from the 1999 World Cup here 5. Trent Bridge, Nottingham Seating Capacity:17,500 Year Established:1841 Home Team: Nottinghamshire First Match: Eng vs NZ (1975) Total WC Matches: 11 England has won both its previous WC matches at the venue — against NZ (1975) and Zimbabwe (1999).