England's test team will welcome the West Indies to Edgbaston in the second match of the series. Expect to see fast bowling and exciting cricket when players such as Marlon Samuels and Jermaine Blackwood take to the field in Birmingham. Edgbaston is one of England's most successful stadiums only suffering two defeats since 2002 in Test match cricket. Enjoy exclusive match day hospitality at this exciting fixture - your premium tickets will guarantee the best seats in the house.
Enjoy exclusive hospitality from the privacy of your very own executive box. Catering for 24 people with a la carte menu, these boxes offer the ultimate cricket hospitality experience. You will be able to enjoy all of the action from your premium padded match seat on a private balcony located on the third floor, which is a sure way to impress your guests!
The Warwickshire Suite offers you a luxury hospitality in an exclusive shared restaurant. This light and airy suite provides you with fantastic pitch side views from the shared balcony on the 3rd tier of the Pavilion Stand. Your padded seats are situated directly outside of the hospitality area which means that you won’t miss any of the action.
Celebrating the year Warwickshire County Cricket Club was formed, The 1882 Club offers you the chance to enjoy the day’s play from a fantastic viewing restaurant on the second tier of the Pavilion Stand. It combines a fine dining experience with world-class cricket.
The Res Wyatt Boxes offer some of the best views in the stadium. These large 12-seater boxes are located behind the bowlers arm and are perfect for entertaining groups or close friends.
The Aylesford boxes are perfectly located behind the Raglan and Priory Stands cater for 12 (GOLD) or 16 (SILVER) guests and feature their very own private viewing balcony. This will give you and your guests an enviable side-on view of the wicket and a fantastic hospitality experience.
The Edgbaston Experience Club offers you an informal, relaxed option, serving a delicious 2-course buffet lunch and an all-inclusive bar. TV screens allow you to soak up the build-up and analysis during the breaks in play and make use of the informal seating*. You will only ever be a short stroll from your official match seat in the West Upper Stand.