2019 is set to be a golden summer of international cricket. To help you get your diary in order, here's the full breakdown of home fixtures for England Men and Women.
Key highlights include:
- Season starts vs Pakistan: Pakistan will be England Men’s first opponents of the home international season with their tour featuring five Royal London One-Day Internationals and a Vitality IT20 as both countries prepare for the ICC Cricket World Cup, which starts on 30 May 2019 with England taking on South Africa.
- The ICC Cricket World Cup: the tournament hosts will play nine group games
- England vs Ireland Test match: England’s summer schedule will include an historic Specsavers Test match against Ireland at Lord’s – a four-day contest which will build on last year’s successful Royal London ODI series between the two countries and will be their first ever meeting in the game’s longest and most respected format.
- England vs West Indies and Australia: ICC Women’s World T20 finalists England will host two of the world's top teams next summer, with six Royal London ODIs, six Vitality IT20s and one Kia Test.
England Men's summer 2019 schedule
England v Pakistan – Vitality IT20 and Royal London One-Day Series
Sunday 5 May: England v Pakistan Vitality IT20 5pm, Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
Wednesday 8 May: England v Pakistan 1st Royal London ODI D/N 1pm, Kia Oval
Saturday 11 May: England v Pakistan 2nd Royal London ODI 11am, Ageas Bowl
Tuesday 14 May: England v Pakistan 3rd Royal London ODI D/N 1pm, Brightside Ground, Bristol
Friday 17 May: England v Pakistan 4th Royal London ODI D/N 1pm, Trent Bridge
Sunday 19 May: England v Pakistan 5th Royal London ODI 11am, Emerald Headingley
England in the ICC Cricket World Cup
Thursday 30 May: v South Africa, The Oval
Monday 3 June: v Pakistan, Nottingham
Saturday 8 June: v Bangladesh, Cardiff
Friday 14 June: v Windies, Southampton
Tuesday 18 June: v Afghanistan, Old Trafford
Friday 21 June: v Sri Lanka, Headingley
Tuesday 25 June: v Australia, Lord's
Sunday 30 June: v India, Edgbaston
Wednesday 3 July: v New Zealand, Durham
England v Ireland – Specsavers Test Match
Wednesday 24 - Saturday 27 July: England v Ireland four-day Specsavers Test, Lord’s
England v Australia – Specsavers Ashes Series
Thursday 1 - Monday 5 Aug: England v Australia 1st Specsavers Test, Edgbaston
Wednesday 14 - Sunday 18 Aug: England v Australia 2nd Specsavers Test, Lord’s
Thursday 22 - Monday 26 Aug: England v Australia 3rd Specsavers Test, Emerald Headingley
Wednesday 4 - Sunday 8 Sept: England v Australia 4th Specsavers Test, Emirates Old Trafford
Thursday 12 - Monday 16 Sept: England v Australia 5th Specsavers Test, Kia Oval
* Ireland and Ashes Tests all 11am start
England Women's summer 2019 schedule
ICC Women’s World T20 finalists England will host West Indies and Australia next summer, playing six Royal London ODIs, six Vitality IT20s and one Kia Test in total.
The Test match will form part of the Women’s Ashes, which will once again be a multi-format points system.
England v West Indies
Thursday 6 June: *First Royal London ODI v West Indies. Fischer County Ground, Leicester
Sunday 9 June: *Second Royal London ODI v West Indies. Blackfinch New Road, Worcester
Thursday 13 June: *Third Royal London ODI v West Indies. The Cloudfm County Ground, Chelmsford
Tuesday 18 June: First Vitality IT20 v West Indies. County Ground, Northampton
Friday 21 June: Second Vitality IT20 v West Indies. County Ground, Northampton
Tuesday 25 June: Third Vitality IT20 v West Indies. County Ground, Derby
* denotes that ODI counts towards ICC Women’s Championship
England v Australia - The Women's Ashes
Tuesday 2 July: First Women’s Ashes Royal London ODI. Fischer County Ground, Leicester
Thursday 4 July: Second Women’s Ashes Royal London ODI. Fischer County Ground, Leicester
Sunday 7 July: Third Women’s Ashes Royal London ODI. The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence, Canterbury
Thursday 18 July: Women’s Ashes Kia Test. Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton
Friday 26 July: First Women’s Ashes Vitality IT20. The Cloudfm County Ground, Chelmsford
Sunday 28 July: Second Women’s Ashes Vitality IT20. The 1st Central County Ground, Hove
Wednesday 31 July: Third Women’s Ashes Vitality IT20. The Brightside Ground, Bristol
How do I buy Test Match tickets for the Specsavers Men's Ashes?
Each host venue will release tickets via their own public ballot to meet the anticipated high demand for tickets to watch England’s bid to regain the Specsavers Ashes.
Tickets for England’s Specsavers Test match against Ireland will also be available via ballot.
Check out our ticket-buying guide for more on ballots and ticket sales ahead of our summer 2019 men’s major matches.
We Are England Cricket Supporters will get priority access to tickets for next year’s men’s internationals – join now.
How do I follow the action?
Throughout the summer you can keep up to date with all of the international action via our dedicated match centres, which house scorecards and videos for each game.