The Kenninton Oval in London, home to Surrey Cricket Club, will host five matches. The famous ground was established in 1845 and has a capacity of 23,500.
Sophia Gardens in Cardiff, Wales will host five matches this summer, including the tournament opener between India and South Africa on June 6 and the second semi-final.
Sophia Gardens is home to the Glamorgan cricket team and has hosted two Tests, 10 ODIs and a couple Twenty20 internationals.
The storied venue of Edgbaston in Birmingham, England will host five Champions Trophy matches with the final set to be held here on June 23.
Since hosting its first Test in May 1902, Edgbaston remains one of the finest cricket grounds in England. The home team is Warwickshire.
The Oval hosted the first Test on English soil in September 1880 and can claim to be the most important general sports ground in the world, having seen FA Cup matches, international rugby ties, ice skating and Aussie Rules matches apart from rock concerts.