The 100-day schedule for the domestic leg of the ICC Cricket World Cup Trophy Tour, driven by Nissan, has been announced ahead of its start date on 19 February - when it will commence its 100 day journey across the length and breadth of England and Wales, making stops in more than 20 towns and cities. 

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The Durham section of the CWC Trophy Tour 6 – 8 April, will visit some of the county's iconic landmarks and attractions, ahead of the Cricket World Cup matches to be held at Durham’s Riverside ground this summer.

Saturday 6 April at Raby Castle.

Sunday 7 April at Durham Cathedral and Durham University will be rowing with the trophy down the River Wear. 

Monday 8 April at Beamish Museum and Durham County Cricket Club in Chester-le-Street.

More information will follow soon about each of the trophy tour dates. 

Raby Castle, Beamish Museum and Durham Cathedral.

Watch this space and be sure to save the date as excitement mounts for the world’s largest sporting event in 2019.

Thinking of visiting Durham to see the World Cup Trophy or are you one of the lucky ones who bagged a World Cup match ticket? Why not stay a little longer and book a getaway to Durham. 

Click here to view accommodation available in Durham.

Click here for more information about the Cricket World Cup in Durham. 

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The trophy, which will be lifted by the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup winners at Lord’s on 14 July, will be driven around England and Wales in a Nissan LEAF – Europe’s top-selling electric vehicle (EV)*- making this tour the first ICC Trophy Tour powered by an all-electric vehicle.   

An interactive map of the trophy tour route is availablke to view online.




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