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ICC ODI World Cup 2023: How and When to Book Tickets for India’s Matches

ICC ODI World Cup 2023: How and When to Book Tickets for India’s Matches

Written by Sanjay Kumar

News Highlights

  • ICC reveals ticket sale dates for ODI World Cup 2023, inviting millions of cricket fans to register their interest.
  • BCCI assures fans an enjoyable experience as finalized schedule paves the way for ticket purchases and high-quality cricket.
  • Venue-specific ticket sales announced, with India-Pakistan clash tickets available from September 3rd, and semi-finals/finals tickets from September 15th.

The dates for ticket booking for the 2023 ODI World Cup, scheduled for later this year, have been revealed by the International Cricket Council (ICC). The announcement comes shortly after the cricketing body released an updated schedule for the World Cup.

Regarding the announcement of the dates, Chris Tetley, the ICC Head of Events, remarked, “This month, tickets for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 will be up for sale. We encourage the hundreds of millions of cricket fans to express their interest starting next week. This will ensure you are among the first to receive ticket updates and be a part of the grandest Cricket World Cup.”

Hemang Amin, the CEO of BCCI, shared his thoughts on this revelation, stating, “With the schedule now settled after a few modifications, fans can eagerly anticipate purchasing tickets and witnessing some top-notch cricketing action. The BCCI is fully committed to ensuring your experience at all the hosting venues is nothing short of delightful.”

For those interested in securing tickets for the ICC ODI World Cup, here’s what you need to know. Ticket sales for this premier event are scheduled to commence on August 25th. Fans will have the opportunity to express their interest in buying these tickets starting from August 15th at the following link: https://www.cricketworldcup.com/register. Through this registration process, fans can ensure their presence at the World Cup, as they will receive the latest updates about ticket availability before others.

It’s worth noting that the International Cricket Council has adopted a venue-specific approach to ticket sales. Starting from August 25th, tickets for matches not featuring India will be available. However, tickets for India’s warm-up matches will be ready for purchase from August 30th. If you’re eagerly awaiting the India-Pakistan showdown in Ahmedabad, mark your calendar for September 3rd when those tickets will go on sale. As for the thrilling semi-finals and finals of the ODI World Cup, their tickets will be accessible starting September 15th.

Here’s the revised schedule for ICC ODI World Cup 2023:

  1. Thursday, October 5: England v New Zealand (Ahmedabad), 2 pm
  2. Friday, October 6: Pakistan v Netherlands (Hyderabad), 2 pm
  3. Saturday, October 7: Bangladesh v Afghanistan (Dharamsala), 10:30 am
  4. Saturday, October 7: South Africa v Sri Lanka (Delhi), 2 pm
  5. Sunday, October 8: India v Australia (Chennai), 2 pm
  6. Monday, October 9: New Zealand v Netherlands (Hyderabad), 2 pm
  7. Tuesday, October 10: England v Bangladesh (Dharamsala), 10:30 am
  8. Tuesday, October 10: Pakistan v Sri Lanka (Hyderabad), 2 pm
  9. Wednesday, October 1: India v Afghanistan (Delhi), 2 pm
  10. Thursday, October 12: Australia v South Africa (Lucknow), 2 pm
  11. Friday, October 13: New Zealand v Bangladesh (Chennai), 2 pm
  12. Saturday, October 14: India v Pakistan (Ahmedabad), 2 pm
  13. Sunday, October 15: England v Afghanistan (Delhi), 2 pm
  14. Monday, October 16: Australia v Sri Lanka (Lucknow), 2 pm
  15. Tuesday, October 17: South Africa v Netherlands (Dharamsala), 2 pm
  16. Wednesday, October 18: New Zealand v Afghanistan (Chennai), 2 pm
  17. Thursday, October 19: India v Bangladesh (Pune), 2 pm
  18. Friday, October 20: Australia v Pakistan (Bengaluru), 2 pm
  19. Saturday, October 21: England v South Africa (Mumbai), 2 pm
  20. Saturday, October 21: Netherlands v Sri Lanka (Lucknow), 10:30 am
  21. Sunday, October 22: India v New Zealand (Dharamsala), 2 pm
  22. Monday, October 23: Pakistan v Afghanistan (Chennai), 2 pm
  23. Tuesday, October 24: South Africa v Bangladesh (Mumbai), 2 pm
  24. Wednesday, October 25: Australia v Netherlands (Delhi), 2 pm
  25. Thursday, October 26: England v Sri Lanka (Bengaluru), 2 pm
  26. Friday, October 27: Pakistan v South Africa (Chennai), 2 pm
  27. Saturday, October 28: Netherlands v Bangladesh (Kolkata), 2 pm
  28. Saturday, October 28: Australia v New Zealand (Dharamsala), 10:30 am
  29. Sunday, October 29: India v England (Lucknow), 2 pm
  30. Monday, October 30: Afghanistan v Sri Lanka (Pune), 2 pm
  31. Tuesday, October 31: Pakistan v Bangladesh (Kolkata), 2 pm
  32. Wednesday, November 1: New Zealand v South Africa (Pune), 2 pm
  33. Thursday, November 2: India v Sri Lanka (Mumbai), 2 pm
  34. Friday, November 3: Netherlands v Afghanistan (Lucknow), 2 pm
  35. Saturday, November 4: England v Australia (Ahmedabad), 2 pm
  36. Saturday, November 4: New Zealand v Pakistan (Bengaluru), 10:30 am
  37. Sunday, November 5: India v South Africa (Kolkata), 2 pm
  38. Monday, November 6: Bangladesh v Sri Lanka (Delhi), 2 pm
  39. Tuesday, November 7: Australia v Afghanistan (Mumbai), 2 pm
  40. Wednesday, November 8: England v Netherlands (Pune), 2 pm
  41. Thursday, November 9: New Zealand v Sri Lanka (Bengaluru), 2 pm
  42. Friday, November 10: South Africa v Afghanistan (Ahmedabad), 2 pm
  43. Saturday, November 11: England v Pakistan (Kolkata), 2 pm
  44. Saturday, November 11: Australia v Bangladesh (Pune), 10:30 am
  45. Sunday, November 12: India v Netherlands (Bengaluru), 2 pm
  46. Wednesday, November 15: Semi-final 1, *TBD v *TBD (Mumbai), 2 pm
  47. Thursday, November 16: Semi-final 2, *TBD v *TBD (Kolkata), 2 pm
  48. Sunday, November 19: Final, *TBD v *TBD (Ahmedabad), 2 pm

Note: TBD – To be decided; all timings are in IST.

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