The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Thursday revealed a new schedule for the ODI World Cup 2023 that includes revisions to nine games, including India vs. Pakistan. The ICC also revealed that tickets for the major event will go on sale on August 25. The first match of the tournament will be played on October 5 in Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium between the winners of the previous edition, England and New Zealand.
To prevent fan disruption, the ICC also stated that tickets for India matches would be released in phases. Tickets for all non-Indian games and non-Indian warm-up games will go on sale on August 25.
This means that, with the exception of India, tickets can be purchased beginning on August 25 for all games involving the other nine teams: England, Australia, Pakistan, New Zealand, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, and the Netherlands.
The ICC’s decision to divide the ticket sale depending on venues makes things a little more difficult for India matches. Tickets for India’s exhibition games go on sale on August 30. Tickets for the main round will be available beginning on August 31. Notably, beginning on September 3, fans can reserve seats for the India vs. Pakistan game, which will now take place on October 14 rather than October 15.
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How to receive regular updates on ICC World Cup Tickets?
In order to receive regular updates about ticket announcements, the ICC also asked fans to register on their website, the link to which will be live starting on August 15. The ICC stated, “This will give them the opportunity to receive ticket news first and help secure their place at the World Cup, as well as experience the joy of cricket in one day.” We are excited to let you know that fans can sign up to get news and updates on official tickets for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023. After some changes, the programme is now complete, and cricket fans can purchase tickets and enjoy some top-notch cricket. The BCCI will stop at nothing to make sure you have a good time at all the hosting venues, according to BCCI CEO Hemang Amin.
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