Get down to Lord's cricket ground for the Royal London One-Day Cup Final.
The competition consists of two groups of nine teams each (made up from the first class counties of England and Wales), playing games of 50-overs. The top four teams from each group then progress onto the knockout stages, and hopefully the final at Lord's
At the time of writing we haven't got a clue who will be playing in the final, but if your from London then you'll be hoping it's either Middlesex (who play their home games at Lord's) or Surrey (who play at the Oval).
There are plenty of other cricket games in London this summer if you can't make this one.
County cricket at Lord’s: Middlesex v Sussex – 2 to 5 Jun 2019 – Enjoy a few innings of cricket when Middlesex take on Sussex in a County Championship game at Lord's.
ICC Cricket World Cup — Pakistan v South Africa – 23 Jun 2019 – Pakistan will be taking on South Africa at Lord's in one of the round-robin games for the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup.
Cricket World Cup — England v Australia – 25 Jun 2019 – England will be taking on the mighty Australia at Lord's in one of the round-robin games for the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup.
ICC Cricket World Cup — Australia v New Zealand – 29 Jun 2019 – Australia will be taking on New Zealand at Lord's in one of the round-robin games for the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup.
Wembley Stadium tour – Every day (except event days) – Join a Wembley Stadium Tour and see the changing rooms and pitch and walk up the stairs to the Royal Box and pretend to lift the FA Cup.
Arsenal FC — Tour of the Emirates Stadium – Every day (except match days) – Walk in the footsteps of your Arsenal heroes on a tour of the stadium and pitch and visit the Arsenal Museum.
Chelsea FC — Tour of Stamford Bridge – Every day (except match days) – Walk in the footsteps of your football heroes with a guided tour of Stamford Bridge and the Chelsea Museum.
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