Glamorgan have confirmed the club has bid to host the International Cricket Council (ICC) at the SWALEC Stadium from next year onwards.
The Welsh Government and Cardiff Council are also involved in the application.
Glamorgan Cricket confirm a collaborative bid with Welsh Government and Cardiff Council has been submitted to host the International Cricket Council (ICC) at the SWALEC Stadium from 2015 onwards.
The positive working relationship with the Club’s stakeholders, primarily Welsh Government and Cardiff Council, has been a hugely important factor in the success of international cricket in Wales since Cardiff became a Category A Test Match Venue.
Discussions are at a very early stage and ongoing, with Cardiff being only one of a number of possibilities being considered.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has confirmed recommendations over its future have been put together by its Finance and Commercial Affairs Committee, and are due to be discussed by the committee and ICC board next week.
The recommendations, which have been put together by a working group of ICC’s Finance and Commercial Affairs Committee (F&CA), are to be discussed by the full F&CA and ICC Board when it meets in Dubai from 27-29 January.
The ICC will only make a comment on this matter once the Board has had the opportunity to meet and properly consider the proposals.
Australia's Clint McKay takes a rare three wickets in three balls at the Swalec Stadium to reduce England to 8-3 as they attempt to level the one-day international series. England are still chasing more than 200 runs to win the match in Cardiff.
Today is the first day of the ICC Champions Trophy at Cardiff's Swalec Stadium. It's hoped the match between South Africa and India will raise the profile of the city and the venue as millions across the Indian sub-continent tune in to watch their side.
Swalec Stadium bosses are keen to promote the venue as a future location for international matches.