THE Ageas Bowl is looking for a new partner as 2023 marks the culmination of a successful 12-year partnership with Ageas.

UK Car and home insurer Ageas partnered with the then Rose Bowl in February 2012 and became one of the most successful long-term partnerships within the sport.

The venue has been announced as a host for a men’s Ashes test match in 2027 and a women’s Ashes test match in 2031, amongst an exciting international schedule.

The announcement marked the highlight of the ECB confirmation of the allocations for international men’s and women’s cricket from 2025-3031, with The Ageas Bowl hosting no fewer than 19 international fixtures.

They will now look to embark on a new chapter for the historic venue, home to Hampshire County Cricket Club.

David Mann, The Ageas Bowl CEO, said: ‘’We’d like to take this opportunity to thank Ageas for their unwavering support throughout our 12-year partnership.

“Our relationship with Ageas laid the foundation for much of the success the venue has enjoyed over recent years and helped to accelerate our ambitious development plans.

“We now look forward to securing a new partner for the next chapter in our journey as a venue.”