Fans can now apply for tickets to the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 to secure their spot to experience the fun of cricket in a one-day format.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) used X, formerly known as Twitter, to announce the registration of tickets to the 2023 World Cup.
Starting with India’s Independence Day, fans can now subscribe to buy tickets, allowing them to receive news about the sale before tickets go on sale on August 25.
Tickets for the ICC Men’s World Cricket Championships can be accessed from October 5 to November 19 across 12 Indian cities here https://www.cricketworldcup.com /register from 15:30 IST on Tuesday.
To manage demand for tickets and give as many fans the best possible opportunity to see the best players in the world, tickets will go on sale in phases on the following dates:
August 25: Warm-up matches outside India and all event matches outside India
August 30: India matches at Guwahati and Thiruvananthapuram
August 31: India matches in Chennai, Delhi and Pune
September 1: India matches in Dharamsala, Lucknow and Mumbai
September 2: India matches in Bengaluru and Kolkata
September 3: India matches in Ahmedabad
September 15: Semifinals and Finals
Last week, the ICC released a statement announcing the revised schedule for the upcoming World Cup in India on Wednesday.
The clash between India and Pakistan was originally scheduled to take place in Ahmedabad on Sunday, October 15, but this clash has been moved a day earlier and will now be held at the same venue. on Saturday, October 14.
Therefore, England’s match against Afghanistan in Delhi will take place in 24 hours on Sunday, 15 October.
Pakistan’s match against Sri Lanka in Hyderabad has been moved from Thursday, 12 October to Tuesday, 10 October and Australia’s big game against South Africa in Lucknow has been postponed 24 hours and will now be played on Tuesday. Thursday, October 12 instead of Friday, October 13.
Similarly, the New Zealand vs Bangladesh match that was originally scheduled to be a match of the day on 14 October in Chennai has been postponed and will now be held on Friday, 13 October and is played. like a day game.
From the beginning of the tournament, a slight change to the schedule referred to the timing of England’s match against Bangladesh in Dharamsala, with the match becoming match of the day and kicking off at 10: 30 a.m. (local time) after it was originally scheduled to be a day and night match.
At the end of the tournament period, there were three changes with Sunday, November 12 hand-to-hand encounters moved one day earlier to Saturday, 11 November – -Australia vs Pakistan in Pune (10: 30am) and England vs Pakistan in Kolkata (02:00pm).
Meanwhile, India’s final match against the Netherlands has now been moved from 11 to 12 November, a daytime clash taking place in Bengaluru.