|Establishment||1825 (first recorded match)|
|Domestic team information|
|North (1836, 1842, 1844 & 1846)
Midland Counties (1843)
|As of 25 August 2010
Source: Ground profile
Barker's Ground was a cricket ground in Leicester, Leicestershire. The first recorded match on the ground was in 1825, when Leicester played Sheffield. The first first-class match came in 1836, when the North played the South. The North used the ground for 4 further first-class matches up to 1846, including the grounds final first-class match between the North and the Marylebone Cricket Club. Midland Counties played a single first-class match at Barker's Ground against the Marylebone Cricket Club in 1843. The final recorded match on the ground saw Leicestershire play an All-England Eleven in 1860.
Following the final recorded match held at Barker's Ground, it was sold for building. Today, the ground would be located along Wharf Street, which is in the center of Leicester.
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