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Ticket details for 2015 Cricket World Cup

Nov 13, 2013

ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 logoThe Local Organising Committee of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 have put the focus firmly on families in their announcement of ticketing information for the ICC’s flagship event.

The tournament is one of the biggest sports events in the world. Organisers are expecting more than a million people to attend matches and more than a billion to watch on television.

Children’s tickets are available for every match in the tournament including the Final.

All children’s tickets for the pools stage are $5.

Prices for adults start from just $20, meaning that a family of four can attend this once-in-a-generation event from just $50.

The top-priced ticket for the best seats at the final is $395.

Tickets go on general sale from February 14 next year, but fans who want a chance to buy before then can register at www.cricketworldcup.com to have access to a pre-sale.

Travel packages for the tournament, which runs from 14 February to 29 March 2015, are on sale from today at www.icctravel.net.

The MCG will host five matches, including a quarter final and the final:

• February 14, 2015  England v Australia
• February 22, 2015 South Africa v India
• February 26, 2015 Sri Lanka v Bangladesh
• March 19, 2015  Quarter Final
• March 29, 2015  Final

- View ICC Cricket World Cup ticket prices

- View ICC Cricket World Cup ticketing information booklet 

- View ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 fixture

John Harnden, Chief Executive of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 said he wanted as many people as possible to experience the event.

“Australia and New Zealand last hosted the tournament in 1992 and since then it has become one of the biggest sporting events in the world,” Mr Harnden said.

“We’ve made sure the event is affordable with more than two-thirds of all tickets $50 or under. This is a great opportunity to see the world’s best cricketers right here in our own backyard."

The ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 is being jointly host by Australia and New Zealand and will feature 49 matches in 44 days across 14 host cities.

“We expect high demand for tickets and we’re operating on a first come first served basis. Fans are encouraged to register early so they can get the seats they want,” Mr Harnden said.

Fast Facts
 ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 will be hosted by Australia and New Zealand
 14 teams: Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, Ireland, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka, West Indies, Zimbabwe and two other nations yet to qualify
 14 host cities: Adelaide, Auckland, Brisbane, Canberra, Christchurch, Dunedin, Hamilton Hobart, Napier, Nelson, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney, Wellington
 42 pool matches – three in each host city
 Every visiting team plays in both countries
 Children’s tickets available for every match
 Children’s tickets $5 for every pool match
 Children’s ticket for Quarter Finals $20, Semi Finals $30, Final $60
 Adults tickets from $20
 Two-thirds of total tickets $50 or less
 1.5 million tickets available
 Travel Packages on sale from November 13, 2013 – go to www.icctravel.net
 General tickets and hospitality packages on sale from February 14, 2014
 Register at www.cricketworldcup.com for a pre-sale opportunity.

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