Ashes tickets 2021-22: Cricket Australia are confident of selling tickets for the upcoming Australian summer at full capacity.
Cricket Australia are all set to begin the ticket sales for the next Australian international summer which will commence with a three-match ODI series between Australia Women and India Women from September 19.
As confirmed earlier, tickets will be available for general public from July 5 (Monday). In what has come as a massive boost for cricket fans in Australia, Cricket Australia are confident of selling tickets at 100% capacity across venues.
It is worth mentioning that only the Melbourne Cricket Ground will start with an allowed capacity of 85% and that status for other venues could change in the future depending upon the number of COVID-19 cases in the country.
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“We continue to work closely with venues and governments across Australia to ensure that events are held safely and greatly appreciate their support.
“In the event that capacities are reduced due to government restrictions associated with the pandemic, we of course guarantee fans full refunds,” Cricket Australia CEO Nick Hockley said in a statement.
Considering the unfortunate future situation of rising COVID-19 cases in Australia as the international summer approaches, crowd capacity could be altered accordingly. In such a scenario, spectators who won’t get to watch a live match despite having a ticket will receive the full refund of their ticket price.
As far as men’s summer is concerned, it will begin with a one-off Test match between Australia and Afghanistan from November 27. Australia’s first-ever Test against Afghanistan in Hobart will be followed by the high-profile Ashes 2021-22.
Apart from the Big Bash League, Australia will also host New Zealand and Sri Lanka for white-ball series in January-February. While New Zealand will tour Australia for three ODIs and a T20I, Sri Lanka will play a five-match T20I series between February 11-20.