England play Ireland at Trent Bridge in their second ODI match at the end of the British summer cricket season.
In the last game between the countries in August 2020, Ireland earned a memorable one-day victory over England in Southampton when centuries by skipper Andrew Balbirnie and Paul Stirling helped the Irish successfully chase down the home side’s 328 total as they claimed a seven-wicket win with one ball to spare.
With a busy summer of cricket expected for England at home in 2023, there’s no better way to watch the action unfold with premium hospitality at Ambro
A spacious, light and airy room, the Derek Randall Suite offers extensive historic venue views, plus the incremental charm of a private outdoor balcony and seats to watch the cricket in the Hound Road Lower tier.
Private tables for 10, smaller numbers on shared tables.
Invite up to 12 guests to luxuriate in one of private Radcliffe Road end Suites, with viewing balconies providing some of the very best views of this historic home.
The Scoreboard Suite is a unique hospitality space located just beneath the scoreboard at Trent Bridge, incorporating its own viewing gallery, private facilities and a personal in-house chef, welcome to the best box in the house. Seating 16 guests, The Scoreboard is a prime location for matchday hospitality.
Experience hospitality like no other in this luxurious 6th floor restaurant facility with stunning views out over Nottingham and beyond.
The finest food. Slick service.
Light decor and floor to ceiling windows is a level of luxury that’s limited to just 50 guests.