The 12th Cricket World Cup took place at various venues across England from May 2019 to July 2019. The tournament was the most viewed cricket competition ever with around 2.6 billion viewers from around the world.

We provided additional stands and facilities at four grounds, working closely with longstanding clients at Edgbaston, Bristol, Southampton and Taunton to ensure the grounds not only maximised capacity but space was left to accommodate merchandising, food and beverage outlets and increased brand and sponsor activation areas. In addition to temporary seating, we also supplied fencing & barriers across multiple venues.

What we delivered

Ageas Bowl, Hampshire CCC

  • 4400 additional tiered seats ‘in the round’
  • Installation of tiered seats on 17 hotel balconies to transform rooms into hospitality suites
  • Installed for ODI v Pakistan, CWC matches and ‘warm up’ games

Edgbaston, Warwickshire CCC

  • 840 additional tiered seats lifted behind and above existing stand with staircases and routes through sub-structure to access existing toilet facilities
  • Installed for the season to include CWC, Ashes Test and T20 Finals Day


Bristol, Gloucestershire CCC

  • 5277 additional tiered seats surrounding the ground to include media platform and players access bridge
  • Installed for ODI series and CWC

 Taunton, Somerset CCC

  • 1880 additional tiered seats built on two existing car parks
  • Installed for CWC matches and T20 domestic season


“We’re honoured to have been involved in this historical event that was watched by so many people around the world. Our seating enabled thousands of people to watch the matches live, and take part in the excitement. Temporary seating has come a long way and we can now work around existing infrastructure and provide a bespoke solution to ensure space is used effectively.”


Dave Withey Director of Business Development, UK & Europe

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