The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is all set to release 400,000 tickets in the upcoming phase of ticket sales for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023.
In an official statement, the BCCI announced this next phase of ticket sales, recognizing the tremendous demand for tickets for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023.
The statement read, “The BCCI acknowledges the high demand for tickets for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023. After discussions with the state associations hosting the matches, the BCCI has decided to release approximately 400,000 tickets for this eagerly anticipated tournament. This step is taken with the aim of accommodating as many passionate cricket fans as possible, ensuring their participation in this historic event.”
Cricket enthusiasts from around the world now have the opportunity to secure their seats for what promises to be the cricketing spectacle of the year. Fans are urged to act promptly to secure their tickets, as there is expected to be a high demand, given the immense global interest in the event.
“The general sale of tickets for all matches of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 will begin at 8:00 PM IST on September 8, 2023. Fans can purchase tickets by visiting the official ticketing website at https://tickets.cricketworldcup.com. Further information about the next phase of ticket sales will be communicated to fans in due course,” the statement added.
“The BCCI deeply appreciates that fans are the lifeblood of the tournament, and their unwavering passion, engagement, and contributions are crucial to the success of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup,” the statement concluded.
India will be hosting the entirety of the tournament for the first time ever. It will feature ten teams, with matches scheduled across ten venues from October 5 to November 19.
The tournament will kick off at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad and culminate with the final at the same venue on Sunday, November 19. India’s campaign will begin with a match against Australia in Chennai on October 8.