london spirit in the hundred


London Spirit in The Hundred ~ 4 match days: 8, 24, 27 and 30 August

🏏 London Spirit are back for another summer of 100-ball action as The Hundred returns to Lord’s.  For the latest ticket information see below. 

The players are ready, the Home of Cricket is ready and there’s all to play for in the tournament which made its inaugural appearance last summer.  The 2022 action at Lord’s will see London Spirit in The Hundred action no less than four times during August.


Starring world-class players from around the world, The Hundred features 8 city-based teams.  Each team has a women’s squad and men’s squad – each made up of 15 players with a maximum of three overseas stars – with the competitions running alongside each other.

There are eight group games in the men’s competition with each team playing six other sides once and their nearest regional rivals twice.

Manchester Originals and Northern Superchargers will play each other twice, with the other double-header derbies London Spirit vs Oval Invincibles, Trent Rockets vs Birmingham Phoenix and Southern Brave vs Welsh Fire.

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In the women’s competition there will be six group games only – due to the women’s cricket’s involvement in the Commonwealth Games – meaning some sides will not meet in the group stages.

The sides that finish top in the group stage will advance directly to Finals Day and face the winners of The Hundred Eliminator between the teams finishing second and third.

The Eliminators will be held at The Ageas Bowl in Southampton on Friday 2 September. 

Finals Day is at Lord’s on Saturday 3 September with matches at 3pm and 6.30pm.

A reserve day is available on Sunday 4 September should that be required due to adverse weather on Finals Day.

The Hundred teams in full

Birmingham Phoenix (Edgbaston)
London Spirit (Lord’s)
Manchester Originals (Emirates Old Trafford)
Northern Superchargers (Emerald Headingley)
Oval Invincibles (Kia Oval)
Southern Brave (Ageas Bowl)
Trent Rockets (Trent Bridge)
Welsh Fire (Sophia Gardens)


Australian Beth Mooney, is a superb run-scorer and excellent keeper.  The Australian, named as the leading women’s cricketer in 2020, is sure to figure prominently for London spirit women as they go in search of The Hundred silverware.  Meanwhile Freya Davies will ensure Spirit have a potent bowling attack.  Davies made her debut for Sussex in a T20 clash at just 14 years old and her 19 Kia Super League wickets in 2019 is a competition record.  Watch out too for Naomi Dattani.  The Londoner, who has been in great form for Sunrisers, can score quickly with the bat as well as contribute to the bowling with left-arm medium pace. 

London spirit men are captained by Eoin Morgan.  The England’s Men’s Cricket World Cup winning captain.  Morgan hit a world record 17 sixes vs Afghanistan and is England’s leading One-Day International run-scorer.  He got the second highest total amount of runs for London Spirit in 2021 with 151.  Glen Maxwell is another batter who can pile on the runs, while also being an outstanding fielder and useful spin bowler.  Jordan Thompson performed superbly for Surrey in the T20 Blast this year for Yorkshire helping them to Finals Day.  Thompson is one of the quickest bowlers in this year’s competition, while with the bat he is capable of getting runs on the scoreboard at a rapid rate.

London Spirit in the hundred

Strap yourselves in for a summer of exciting cricket courtesy of The Hundred’s new 100-ball format of the game, with plenty more entertainment besides.  They’ll be lots of activities on the Lord’s concourses for both kids and adults, bigger ranges of merchandise available and live music at every matchday.

🎟️ * Tickets are on general sale via the ‘Get Tickets’ link.  The Hundred have held the price of kids tickets at just Β£5 for Under-16s, while tickets for children 5-and-under are still free for every match!

* Update as at 5 August: Limited tickets remain for the double-headers on Wednesday 24 August and Tuesday 30 August.  Tickets are now sold out for Monday 8 August and Saturday 27 August.  

🏏 Matches at Lord’s take place from Monday 8 August – full fixture list here.

London Spirit v Manchester Originals (men) is the opening match on Monday 8 August, followed by London Spirit v Welsh Fire and London Spirit v Oval Invincibles and London Spirit v Birmingham Phoenix – all double-headers taking place on Wednesday 24 August, Saturday 27 August and Tuesday 30 August respectively.  The Men’s and Women’s Finals are on Saturday 3 September. 

πŸšŠπŸš— Travel tips: Travelling via public transport is recommended.  The nearest tube station is St John’s Wood – on the Jubilee line – which is a five minute walk.  Four alternative tube stations are only 15 mins walk away: Baker Street, Warwick Ave, Marylebone and Edgware.  Car parking is the area is restricted however Westminster Council offer parking close to Lord’s at Kingsmill Terrace (NW8 6AA) visit their website for more details.

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