Lord's Cricket Ground will be closed to the public and MCC Members on Tuesday 30 December for routine maintenance checks by UK Power Networks.
Lord’s has been chosen to host the 2017 ICC Women’s World Cup Final and the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup Final.
Following the news that the Home of Cricket will host its fifth World Cup Final in 2019, Lords.org takes a look back through history to the first four matches.
MCC has announced that J.P. Morgan has extended its sponsorship of the iconic Media Centre at Lord's for a further two years.
MCC celebrated Christmas with the local community and its Members on a festive day of carols, mince pies and mulled wine on Tuesday 9 December.
Gerald Corbett was educated at Tonbridge School, Kent and then Pembroke College, Cambridge, where he read History as a Foundation scholar.
MCC has today released ‘Lord’s & MCC: 2014 Cricket Review’ – a look back at the highlights of the Club’s cricketing activities at home and overseas in the Lord’s Bicentenary year.
Middlesex will take on Nottinghamshire in the first match of the 2015 summer at Lord's, which kicks off on Sunday 12 April.
Amateur and professional photographers worldwide have the chance to see their photographs in the 2015 edition of the Wisden Cricketer’s Almanack by entering the 2015 Wisden-MCC Cricket Photograph of the Year competition.
The 2015 public ticket ballot for England's international matches against Australia and New Zealand next summer will open on Monday 15 December.
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