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04 February 201403:06

Team Supporter Zones Available

ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 fans will be able to book their tickets in country-specific Team Supporter Zones for selected matches.

Team Supporter Zones Available - Cricket News

Fans will be able to book their tickets in country-specific Team Supporter Zones for selected matches.

What are team ‘Supporter Zones’?
Team Supporter Zones are seating areas for active fans of a particular team to sit together, like the Barmy Army or the Swami Army. Fans in these areas often stand up, sing and chant together. Some live locally while others are visiting from overseas.

If this appeals to you, look for the Team Supporter Zone option when you book – but do it now to make sure of a place! For certain pool matches you will have the option to select these seating areas at the time of purchase in the ‘Select a Ticket Category’ drop down menu and will be able to view where they are located on the seating map.

And of course if you choose to sit somewhere else we still encourage you to get behind your team!

Why don’t all matches have team supporter zones?
We have decided to limit Team Supporter Zones to pool matches only because finals matches are more likely to have a wider range of supporters. And in some of our smaller venues people can sit wherever they like on grass embankments so it is not possible to create “zones” in the same way.

Why aren’t there New Zealand or Australia team supporter areas?
Australia and New Zealand are hosting the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 – so we expect a lot of local support for the hosting teams!

How do I select to sit in a team ‘Supporter Zone’?
For selected matches, subject to availability, where supporter zones are available patrons will be able to select this seating area at the time of purchase in the ‘Select a Ticket Category’ drop down box. You will also be able to view where these areas are located on the appropriate venue map.

*Supporter Zones are available at selected matches for the following venues: Adelaide, Auckland, Brisbane, Canberra, Hobart, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney and Wellington