North Sydney Oval
The North Sydney Oval will be the busiest ground during the World Cup, hosting seven matches including the final on March 22.
England will play two group games here - India the opposition on March 10 and Pakistan two days later.
An old ground with more than 100 years of history, the North Sydney Oval is a multi-sport arena with cricket, football, rugby and Aussie Rules all being played at the stadium.
A capacity of 20,000 - former NSL club Northern Spirit attracted just shy of this before folding - the ground also contains five floodlights which allow for day-night matches.
The ground retains an element of the SCG as a number of the stands from the famous Test arena were relocated here.
New South Wales have played their opening game of the Mercantile Mutual Cup season here since 1992-93 and the state play many of their one-day matches here.
North Sydney Oval has been host to a number of women's internationals and was the venue for a number of World Cup warm-up matches in 1992, including one between Sri Lanka and eventual World Cup winners Pakistan.