the Hundred Final at Lord's


The Hundred Final 2023 at Lord’s on Sunday 27 August

🏏 An array of cricket’s biggest stars will be on show at St John’s Wood ready to thrill a capacity crowd for The Hundred Final at Lord’s.  🎟️🎫 Tickets are sold out.  Hospitality packages are available email for more information. 

The hallowed turf at the Home of Cricket is the scene for the climax of the tournament now in its second season after debuting last summer.  A maximum of 200 balls will decide who holds aloft the silverware at The Hundred Final at Lord’s with the women’s final at 2.15pm followed by the men’s final at 6pm. 

The inaugural season of The Hundred’s new 100-ball format was filled with drama, thrills and spills played out in front of big crowds at Lord’s with more of the same following in 2022.  This year’s competition starts at the beginning of August (for an introduction to The Hundred see below). 

Finals Day promises to bring the tournament to a dramatic conclusion.  In addition to the action on the pitch there will be lots of activities on the Lord’s concourses for both kids and adults, with live music during the day and merchandise available.

In last year’s finals, Oval Invincibles lived up to their name making it back-to-back women’s titles beating Southern Brave in the final by 5 wickets.  Trent Rockets became the second men’s Hundred champions after a nailbiting finish to their match against Manchester Originals, Rockets sealing the win with two balls to spare.

Who will be crowned the 2023 champions by close of play this evening?  All roads lead to Lord’s to find out!

🎟️🎫 Hospitality packages are available email for more information. 

🎟️ Tickets for The Hundred Final at Lord’s are sold out.

🏏 Women’s Final at 2.15pm.

🏏 Men’s Final at 6pm.

🚊🚗 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.


The Hundred is an action-packed, unmissable cricket competition fusing world-class cricket with blockbuster entertainment.   Combining a fast format of cricket, with each game lasting less than three hours, and incredible entertainment beyond the sport.  Making cricket more accessible and reaching a broader audience The Hundred is simple: 100 balls per team, most runs wins, so every ball counts.  

The Hundred features 8 city-based teams.  Each team has a women’s squad and men’s squad made up of 15 players with a maximum of three overseas stars.  The competitions running parallel with each other.  Each teams features some of the best international and domestic cricketers from around the world, including England Men’s & Women’s World Cup winners. 

There are eight group games in the women’s and men’s competition.  Each team plays six other sides once and their nearest regional rivals twice.

The women’s and men’s sides that finish top in the respective group stage advance directly to Finals Day.  They place the winners of The Hundred Eliminator between the teams finishing second and third.

The Eliminators will be held at The Kia Oval in London on Saturday 26 August. 

Finals Day is at Lord’s on Sunday 27 August with matches at 2.15pm and 6pm.

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)

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