The public ballot for the Cricket World Cup 2019 is now open. To register click here. The tournament takes place from 30 May to 14 July. 11 venues across England and Wales will be used, the semi finals take place at Old Trafford in Manchester and Edgbaston in Birmingham on 9 and 11 July. Lord’s will host the final on 14 July. The three matches will have reserve days.
When does the Ballot close?
The ballot will close on at 8.00pm on 29 August.
How many matches can I apply for?
You can apply for as many matches as you would like, and are encouraged to do so to give yourself the best chance of getting to see a match. However some matches have a ticket limit per applicant. Click here for fixtures and prices.
How does the ticket ballot work?
To apply for tickets, click here, enter your details including card details. After the ballot closes on the 29 August you will be informed what match(es) you have gotten tickets for. Only after you receive confirmation of tickets will your card be charged. Some matches will be over subscribed so that is why there are no guarantees until after the ballot is drawn. You will find out if you were successful by mid- September.
Why use a ballot system?
The ballot system is one of the fairest ways to ensure the most amount of fans who want to see some of the best names in cricket play can do so. The ballot is not first come first served, so if you register today or on the last day your chance of getting tickets remains the same. Once the ballot closes a computer will randomly select allocations for each match.
Any remaining tickets that do not sell in the ballot will go on general sale on a first come first served basis.
Don’t miss your chance to see the greatest cricket teams in the world battle it out. Click here to apply.
For more information on the Cricket World Club, click here.