2019 Cricket World Cup Tickets Price Online Booking

The International Cricket Council announced the schedule for the 2019 ICC World Cup and already the World Cup fever has already started to grip a few fans.

The World Cup will start on May 30 when hosts England take on South Africa in the season opener at The Oval in London. With over one year to go for the tournament to get underway, the governing body has already started the ticket sales for the tournament.

Since it is an ICC tournament, the fans, who want to witness the match from the venue, should register themselves in a lucky draw and the winners will get the opportunity to win two tickets each.

ICC released a statement saying the tickets for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, which will be hosted across England and Wales, go on sale this year!

They added, “Register now for priority access to the cricket family ticket ballot, which opens at 10AM (BST) on Tuesday 8 May 2018 and closes at 8PM (BST) on Friday 1 June. Fans unsuccessful in the cricket family ticket ballot in the Cricket Family Ballot will have a further opportunity to access tickets by automatically being entered into the public ballot, which will be launched in July 2018.In September this year, any remaining tickets will go on sale on a first come, first serve basis, exclusively at cricketworldcup.com. A ticket re-sale platform is also planned for fans that will launch at a similar time this autumn.The full 48-match schedule and ticket prices can be found here.”

To be part of the Cricket Family Ballot and keep updated on all the latest ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 news, sign up here.

These are the ticket prices for the 2019 ICC World Cup.

80,000+ tickets at £20 (over half of the group stage matches)

200,000+ tickets at £50 or less

Child tickets at every match, starting from £6

Family of four for £52.

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  1. anil konar says

    thank you.

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