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Official Tickets for ICC Champions Trophy 2017

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The ICC Champions Trophy returns to England & Wales in 2017 with Edgbaston, The Oval and the Cardiff Wales Stadium set to welcome the best eight One Day International sides in the world.

The 15 match tournament runs from 1-18 June, with the eight teams split in to two groups of four. The top two sides from each group will progress to the semi-finals, which will be played at Cardiff and Edgbaston on 14 and 15 June respectively, with The Oval hosting the final.

India will be looking to successfully retain their title, having won the 2013 tournament in a thrilling final against England at Edgbaston

India Celebrate
India Celebrate

Tickets for the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 will initially be sold to the general public in a ballot via icc-cricket.com/tickets. Applications for tickets opens on 1 September and closes on 30 September. Any oversubscribed matches will be balloted and all applicants will be informed on the success of their application in early October with payment taken shortly afterwards.

Following the ballot process, all remaining tickets will go on general sale from late-October.

Official Tickets for ICC Women’s World Cup 2017

The ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 will see the best eight One Day International sides compete for the biggest prize in women’s cricket. The round-robin group phase will be played across four venues; Derby, Leicester, Bristol and Taunton, with the final played at the Home of Cricket, Lord’s on Sunday 23 July 2017.

Hosts England will be looking to lift the trophy for a fourth time but defending champions Australia and reigning ICC World Twenty20 champions West Indies will also fancy their chances of winning what is likely to be the most competitive ICC Women’s World Cup ever.

Australia v England
Australia v England

 

Tickets for the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 Final will initially be sold to the general public in a ballot via icc-cricket.com/tickets. Please note this is for the Final only. Applications for tickets opens on 20 October and closes on 1 November. All applicants will be informed on the success of their application in early November with payment taken shortly afterwards.

Following the ballot process, all remaining tickets for the Final will go on general sale from late-November.

Details of tickets for the group matches and Semi-Finals will be published here so please keep an eye on this page for further details.

ICC Travel and Tours Programme

Ticket packages can be purchased via the official ICC Travel & Tours programme by clicking here

Beware of Unofficial ICC Champions Trophy 2017 and ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 Match Ticket Sales

The International Cricket Council takes the issue of counterfeit ticketing by unauthorized ticket agents, and unlicensed hospitality providers extremely seriously. Purchasing tickets from an unauthorized operator can lead to non-admittance to the stadium.

Tickets should only be purchased through the official ICC channels

FAQ's

1) What are all the key dates I need to remember?

  • CT17 Ballot OPEN – 1st September
  • CT17 Ballot CLOSED – 30th September
  • CT17 Ballot results – early October
  • CT17 Tickets on general sale – end October


​2) How are tickets being sold?

Tickets for CT17 are first being sold to the general public via a ballot at icc-cricket.com/tickets to ensure everyone has the best possible opportunity to attend. The ballot opens on 1 September and closes 8pm BST on 30 September. After the ballot, tickets will go on general sale from end-October (exact date will be confirmed after the ballot).

3) How many matches/tickets can you apply for?

There is no limit on the total number of matches/tickets you can apply for through the ballot, but each match has an individual limit of 4, 6 or 10 tickets per applicant.

4) Do I have a better chance if I apply on the first day?

No. Your chances of winning in the ballot are not affected by when you apply so take time to consider your application.

5) How else can I improve my chances?

There is a “Powerplay” feature in the ballot which, if activated, automatically moves your application up a price category for that match should your initial application be unsuccessful. This then increases your application’s chances of success in the ballot.

6) How old do you have to be to purchase a student ticket?

Student tickets are for Under 23s (as of the day of the match) and can only be purchased within a silver category area. You will need to be Under 23 on the day of the match you have applied for.

7) How old do you have to be to purchase a kids ticket?

Kids tickets are for U16s only (as of the match-day date they attend). All U16s must be accompanied by at least one adult and the tickets must be applied for within the same price band e.g. One adult and one U16 in the Gold section.

8) Is there a family ticket option?

There is no fixed ticket available to buy, this is to allow families to be as flexible as possible with regards to how many adult and kids ticket they wish to purchase. However, there will be a ‘family stand’ at each venue where no alcohol will be served or consumed. You must have at least one U16 ticket to be able to sit in the Family Stand.

9) What happens after the ballot closes on 30 September?

Once the window for application closes at 8pm (BST) on 30 September any oversubscribed sessions will go to a ballot to ensure everyone has the best possible chance to attend. All applicants will receive results via email from in early October.

10) What if I didn’t get any tickets through the ballot?

There will be an opportunity to purchase remaining tickets when they go on general sale at the end of October.

11) I am in a wheelchair. How do I apply?

Wheelchair users can also apply online. Wheelchair users are entitled to an additional companion ticket, which is free.

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