The Hundred 2023 Schedule: Everything You Need to Know

On Tuesday, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) unveiled the full schedule for The Hundred 2023. The highly anticipated season is scheduled to kick off on August 01, commencing with a thrilling clash between defending champions Trent Rockets and Southern Brave in the opening match.

Notably, the third edition of the 100-ball competition will include an exciting players’ draft set to take place on March 02, adding to the anticipation and excitement surrounding the event. Prior to this, on February 16, the Deadline Day for retained players will be observed.

As the tournament progresses, cricket enthusiasts can mark their calendars for the Eliminator match, where the second and third-placed teams will vie for a spot in the grand final. This intense showdown is scheduled for Saturday, August 26, and will be held at The Oval. As the climax of the competition, the final will take place on Sunday, August 27, at the iconic Lord’s Cricket Ground, promising an unforgettable and exhilarating conclusion to The Hundred 2023.

Teams of The Hundred (Men’s edition) 2023:


  1. Trent Rockets
  2. London Spirit
  3. Manchester Originals
  4. Welsh Fire
  5. Birmingham Phoenix
  6. Southern Brave
  7. Oval Invincibles
  8. Northern Superchargers


Full schedule of The Hundred (Men’s edition) 2023:


Date Match Venue Time(IST)
Aug-01 Trent Rockets vs Southern Brave Trent Bridge, Nottingham 11:00 PM
Aug-02 Welsh Fire vs Manchester Originals Sophia Gardens, Cardiff 07:30 PM
Aug-02 London Spirit vs Oval Invincibles Lord’s, London 11:00 PM
Aug-03 Northern Superchargers vs Birmingham Phoenix Headingley, Leeds 11:00 PM
Aug-04 Southern Brave vs Welsh Fire The Rose Bowl, Southampton 11:00 PM
Aug-05 Manchester Originals vs London Spirit Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester 07:00 PM
Aug-05 Birmingham Phoenix vs Trent Rockets Edgbaston, Birmingham 10:30 PM
Aug-06 Southern Brave vs Northern Superchargers The Rose Bowl, Southampton 07:00 PM
Aug-06 Oval Invincibles vs Welsh Fire Kennington Oval, London 07:00 PM
Aug-07 Manchester Originals vs Birmingham Phoenix Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester 11:00 PM
Aug-08 London Spirit vs Southern Brave Lord’s, London 11:00 PM
Aug-09 Trent Rockets vs Northern Superchargers Trent Bridge, Nottingham 07:30 PM
Aug-09 Oval Invincibles vs Manchester Originals Kennington Oval, London 11:00 PM
Aug-10 Birmingham Phoenix vs Welsh Fire Edgbaston, Birmingham 11:00 PM
Aug-11 Northern Superchargers vs Oval Invincibles Headingley, Leeds 11:00 PM
Aug-12 London Spirit vs Trent Rockets Lord’s, London 07:00 PM
Aug-12 Welsh Fire vs Southern Brave Sophia Gardens, Cardiff 10:30 PM
Aug-13 Northern Superchargers vs Manchester Originals Headingley, Leeds 07:00 PM
Aug-13 Birmingham Phoenix vs Oval Invincibles Edgbaston, Birmingham 10:30 PM
Aug-14 Welsh Fire vs Trent Rockets Sophia Gardens, Cardiff 11:00 PM
Aug-15 Oval Invincibles vs London Spirit Kennington Oval, London 11:00 PM
Aug-16 Southern Brave vs Birmingham Phoenix The Rose Bowl, Southampton 11:00 PM
Aug-17 Trent Rockets vs Manchester Originals Trent Bridge, Nottingham 11:00 PM
Aug-18 London Spirit vs Northern Superchargers Lord’s, London 11:00 PM  


Aug-19 Trent Rockets vs Birmingham Phoenix Trent Bridge, Nottingham 07:00 PM
Aug-19 Southern Brave vs Oval Invincibles The Rose Bowl, Southampton 10:30 PM
Aug-20 Manchester Originals vs Northern Superchargers Emirates Old Trafford 07:00 PM
Aug-20 Welsh Fire vs London Spirit Sophia Gardens, Cardiff 10:30 PM
Aug-21 Oval Invincibles vs Trent Rockets Kennington Oval, London 11:00 PM
Aug-22 Northern Superchargers vs Welsh Fire Headingley, Leeds 11:00 PM
Aug-23 Manchester Originals vs Southern Brave Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester 11:00 PM
Aug-24 Birmingham Phoenix vs London Spirit Edgbaston, Birmingham 11:00 PM
Aug-26 The Hundred Eliminator Kennington Oval, London 10:30 PM
Aug-27 The Hundred Final Lord’s, London 10:30 PM

The Hundred – men 2023 squads:

Trent Rockets

England centrally-contracted player: Joe Root

Overseas players: Rashid Khan (Afghanistan), Colin Munro (New Zealand), Daniel Sams (Australia)

Rest of squad: Tom Kohler-Cadmore, Dawid Malan, Alex Hales, Lewis Gregory, Luke Wood, Sam Cook, Samit Patel, Sam Hain, Brad Wheal, Matt Carter, John Turner, Tom Moores

London Spirit

England centrally-contracted player: Mark Wood

Overseas players: Matthew Wade (Australia), Nathan Ellis (Australia), Daryl Mitchell (New Zealand)

Rest of squad: Olly Stone, Liam Dawson, Dan Lawrence, Zak Crawley, Jordan Thompson, Mason Crane, Adam Rossington, Chris Wood, Ravi Bopara, Michael Pepper, Daniel Bell-Drummond, Matt Critchley

Manchester Originals

England centrally-contracted player: Jos Buttler

Overseas players: Ashton Turner (Australia), Josh Little (Ireland), Usama Mir (Pakistan)

Rest of squad: Phil Salt, Laurie Evans, Jamie Overton, Tom Hartley, Richard Gleeson, Paul Walter, Josh Tongue, Wayne Madsen, Tom Lammonby, Mitchell Stanley, Max Holden, Fred Klaassen


Welsh Fire

England centrally-contracted player: Jonny Bairstow

Overseas players: Shaheen Afridi (Pakistan), Glenn Phillips (New Zealand), Haris Rauf (Pakistan)

Rest of squad: Tom Abell, David Willey, Joe Clarke, Ollie Pope, David Payne, Roelof van der Merwe, Jake Ball, Stephen Eskinazi, Dan Douthwaite, George Scrimshaw, Luke Wells, Chris Cooke


Birmingham Phoenix

England centrally-contracted player: Chris Woakes

Overseas players: Shadab Khan (Pakistan), Adam Milne (New Zealand), Kane Richardson (Australia)

Rest of squad: Moeen Ali, Ben Duckett, Liam Livingstone, Benny Howell, Will Smeed, Jamie Smith, Tom Helm, Miles Hammond, Chris Benjamin, Dan Mousley, Jacob Bethell, Henry Brookes


Southern Brave

England centrally-contracted player: Jofra Archer

Overseas players: Tim David (Australia), Devon Conway (New Zealand), Finn Allen (New Zealand)

Rest of squad: Leus du Plooy, James Vince, Chris Jordan, Tymal Mills, Rehan Ahmed, Craig Overton, George Garton, James Fuller, Alex Davies, Joe Weatherley, Jafer Chohan, Matt Fisher

Oval Invincibles

England centrally-contracted player: Sam Curran

Overseas players: Sunil Narine (West Indies), Heinrich Klaasen (South Africa), Ihsanullah Khan (Pakistan), Adam Zampa (Australia) – Zampa will replace Narine when he leaves for the Caribbean Premier League

Rest of squad: Will Jacks, Jason Roy, Tom Curran, Sam Billings, Ross Whiteley, Jordan Cox, Gus Atkinson,Danny Briggs, Nathan Sowter, Tawanda Muyeye, Zak Chappell, Tom Lawes

Northern Superchargers

England centrally-contracted player: Ben Stokes

Overseas players: Matthew Short (Australia), Wayne Parnell (South Africa), David Wiese (Namibia)

Rest of squad: Adil Rashid, Harry Brook, Reece Topley, Tom Banton, Adam Lyth, Adam Hose, Brydon Carse, Matthew Potts, Bas de Leede, Callum Parkinson, Ollie Robinson, Saif Zaib

The Hundred – Women 2023 squads:

Southern Brave

Overseas players: Smriti Mandhana (India), Chloe Tryon (South Africa), Maitlan Brown (Australia)

Rest of squad: Lauren Bell, Maia Bouchier, Freya Kemp, Danni Wyatt, Anya Shrubsole, Georgia Adams, Rhianna Southby, Danielle Gregory, Kalea Moore, Seren Smale, Ellie Anderson, Mary Taylor

Trent Rockets

Overseas players: Harmanpreet Kaur (India), Lizelle Lee (South Africa), Alana King (Australia)

Rest of squad: Nat Sciver-Brunt, Katherine Sciver-Brunt, Bryony Smith, Grace Potts, Kirstie Gordon, Josie Groves, Emma Jones, Naomi Dattani, Alexa Stonehouse, Jo Gardner, Fran Wilson, Nat Wraith, Cassidy McCarthy

London Spirit

Overseas players: Amelia Kerr (New Zealand), Grace Harris (Australia), Richa Ghosh (India)

Rest of squad: Heather Knight, Charlie Dean, Danielle Gibson, Sarah Glenn, Sophie Munro, Sophie Luff, Grace Scrivens, Tara Norris, Niamh Holland, Lauren Filer, Chloe Hill, Alice Monaghan

Manchester Originals

Overseas players: Deandra Dottin (West Indies), Laura Wolvaardt (South Africa), Amanda-Jade Wellington (Australia)

Rest of squad: Sophie Ecclestone, Emma Lamb, Ellie Threlkeld, Kathryn Bryce, Katie George, Liberty Heap, Phoebe Graham, Fi Morris, Ami Campbell, Amara Carr, Mahika Gaur, Laura Jackson

Welsh Fire

Overseas players: Hayley Matthews (West Indies), Shabnim Ismail (South Africa), Laura Harris (Australia)

Rest of squad: Tammy Beaumont, Sophia Dunkley, Georgia Elwiss, Freya Davies, Alex Hartley, Alex Griffiths, Claire Nicholas, Sarah Bryce, Emily Windsor, Ella McCaughan, Georgia Davis, Kate Coppack

Birmingham Phoenix

Overseas players: Sophie Devine (New Zealand), Ellyse Perry (Australia), Erin Burns (Australia)

Rest of squad: Amy Jones, Issy Wong, Emily Arlott, Hannah Baker, Katie Levick, Eve Jones, Abtaha Maqsood, Chloe Brewer, Sterre Kalis, Davina Perrin, Abbey Freeborn, Charis Pavely

Oval Invincibles

Overseas players: Marizanne Kapp (South Africa), Dane van Niekerk (South Africa), Suzie Bates (New Zealand)

Rest of squad: Alice Capsey, Lauren Winfield-Hill, Tash Farrant, Mady Villiers, Paige Scholfield, Eva Gray, Ryana MacDonald-Gay, Kira Chathli, Sophia Smale, Beth Langston, Cordelia Griffith, Claudie Cooper, Lizzie Scott

Northern Superchargers

Overseas players: Alyssa Healy (Australia), Georgia Wareham (Australia), Heather Graham (Australia)

Rest of squad: Hollie Armitage, Linsey Smith, Bess Heath, Kate Cross, Alice Davidson-Richards, Marie Kelly, Aylish Cranstone, Phoebe Franklin, Georgie Boyce, Lucy Higham, Grace Ballinger, Grace Hall, Leah Dobson


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