End names: Corlett Drive End, Golf Course End
The 34,000 seater Liberty Life Stadium was built in 1956 to replace the Old Wanderers Stadium, and then redeveloped in 1991 following South Africa’s readmission into international cricket.
Known as the ‘Bullring’ due to its design, intimidating atmosphere and high stands surrounding most of the field, the ground staged its first ODI in 1992 and also hosted the ICC Cricket World Cup Final in 2003 and the final of the inaugural ICC World Twenty20 in 2007.
Was the venue for arguably the greatest One-Day International of all-time in 2006 when South Africa chased down a world-record 434 to beat Australia.
England lost heavily at The Wanderers in the 1st Test in 1999-2000 after being two for four at one stage in their first innings but won the Test played here on their last tour in 2004-05 by 77 runs with Matthew Hoggard returning match figures of 12-205.