T20 Blast Stadium Statistics and Records

This page holds all the T20 Blast Stadium Statistics and Records for the 18 primary venues that each county uses as part of England’s domestic T20 league. For each ground, you’ll find the following records and statistics

  • Highest innings total
  • Lowest innings total
  • Highest successful chase
  • Top score by a batsman
  • Best bowling figures
  • Average first innings score
  • Average winning score

All statistics and records are updated on a daily basis throughout the T20 Blast season and include matches from the 2014 season onwards which is when England’s T20 competition became known as The T20 Blast.

Select an individual ground below to find detailed T20 statistics and records. The most common name of the stadium is above the picture of the ground but alternative names and locations are found under each as you may come across scorecards that use these venue names interchangeably.

Bristol
County Ground
Derby
County Ground
Headingley
Leeds
New Road
Worcester
The Oval
Kennington, London
Sophia Gardens
Swalec Stadium, Cardiff
Canterbury
St. Lawrence Ground
Edgbaston
Birmingham
Hove
County Ground, Brighton
Northampton
County Ground
The Riverside
Chester-le-Street
Taunton
The Coopers Associate Ground
Chelmsford
County Ground
Grace Road
Leicester
Lord’s
St. John’s Wood, London
Old Trafford
Manchester
The Rose Bowl
The Ageas Bowl, Southampton
Trent Bridge
Trent Bridge T20 Blast Records and Statistics
Nottingham

Notes on statistics and records

  • All games from the 2014 T20 Blast onwards including both the Natwest Blast and Vitality Blast are included
  • First innings stats do not include matches where the 20 overs were disrupted by the weather i.e. only games where the team batting first had a full 20 overs at their disposal are included
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