Remaining ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 tickets now on General Sale
Following unprecedented levels of demand for ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 tickets during the ballot phases, all remaining available tickets are now on General Sale via the Official Ticketing Website
Over 2.5 million tickets were applied for over the course of the Cricket Family Ballot and Public Ballot, for 800,000 available tickets, with several fixtures heavily oversubscribed. However, there is still an opportunity to watch the world’s best players in action at next year’s World Cup with a number of great tickets still available.
Given the round-robin format of the tournament, there are opportunities up and down the country to see the world’s best teams live in action. Whether it’s travelling to a new ground and experiencing a different city for the first time, or following an under-dog story, there is still chance to get a ticket for the world’s greatest cricket celebration.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Managing Director, Steve Elworthy, said: “The response from fans in England and Wales and around the World has been exceptional. There are still plenty of great tickets available in the General Sale and my message to fans is to get in early to make sure they are part of this once-in-a-lifetime tournament.
“So far fans have only been told what matches they have got tickets for and will be told full allocation details, such as seat and stand, closer to the tournament. This means that any tickets currently being advertised on secondary ticketing sites with full allocation details listed are misleading and may well be cancelled. We are monitoring this situation with the ICC and are taking the appropriate legal measures against these sites. We strongly urge all fans to buy their tickets from the Official Ticketing Website.”
All remaining tickets will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis on the Official Ticketing Website, so fans will need to act fast to see the 10 best international teams battle it out across England and Wales next summer to avoid disappointment.
Fans who can no longer attend matches will be able to put their tickets on the Official Resale Platform through the CWC19 ticketing website later in the year. This will be the safest and most secure way to sell tickets at face value and will allow fellow fans to enjoy the unforgettable atmosphere of the World Cup.
Hospitality tickets are now available for most matches and will give fans the opportunity to secure a place at the tournament in addition to enjoying the best match day experience each stadium has to offer. More details available at the Official Ticketing Website.
Somerset will be hosting three matches in the competition and these will be:
Saturday 8th June 2019 – Afghanistan v New Zealand (Day/Night)
Wednesday 12th June 2019 – Australia v Pakistan
Monday 17th June 2019 – Bangladesh v West IndiesBack to News