- Fans must register an account via the Cricket World Cup Ticketing Website
- ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Public Ballot opens 1 August 2018
- Tournament begins 30 May 2019
The ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Public Ballot will open at 1000 (BST) on Wednesday, 1 August, when ticket applications will be open to all members of the public.
The Public Ballot will be open until 29 August and fans will be able to apply to each of the 48 fixtures, with tickets in each price band at every game available.
To apply for tickets in the Public Ballot, applicants must register an account via the Official Cricket World Cup Ticketing website. Ticket accounts can be created during the pre-registration phase, which commenced today at 1000 (BST) and will remain open until the Public Ballot opens on 1 August.
Tickets for children are available from just £6, with a family of four able to go to selected group games for as little as £44.
Next year’s World Cup, which will be hosted in England and Wales and feature 10 teams in a round robin group stage, followed by the semi-finals and final, will give plenty of opportunity for fans to see their favourite cricket stars in action.
Host nation England will open the tournament at The Oval on 30 May when they take on South Africa, while reigning champions Australia start their title defence on 1 June against Afghanistan in a day/night match in Bristol. The World Cup will conclude when the final takes place at Lord’s on Sunday 14 July.
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