On June 16, the first Test of the Men’s Ashes 2023 will begin at Edgbaston. The last of the five Test matches will start on July 27 at the Oval, with the other three taking place at Lord’s Headingley and Old Trafford.
The Ashes 2019 were held at the same five locations. The World Test Championship final for 2023 will take place at the Oval in June, while Lord’s will host the final for 2025, according to the ECB.
The Women’s Ashes, meanwhile, will start on June 22 at Trent Bridge with a single five-day Test match. The last of the three ODIs and three T20Is between Australia and England will be played on July 18. Women’s Ashes T20Is will take place for the first time at Edgbaston, Lord’s, and the Oval.
There Is No Bigger Challenge Than Retaining The Ashes Away From Home: Nick Hockley
“The Ashes series are among the most significant sporting events in world sport and we are looking forward to these highly anticipated contests in England next year,” Cricket Australia CEO Nick Hockley said.
“There is no bigger challenge than retaining the Ashes away from home. There is huge excitement from our teams as they look to write themselves into Ashes folklore.”
The England men’s side will also contest in an ODI and a T20I series against New Zealand, comprising four 20-over and four 50-over games. The series against New Zealand will be played between August 30 and September 15.
They will also play a three-match ODI series against Ireland between September 20 and 26, as they ramp up their preparations for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023, which will be played in India.