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Tickets on Sale for 2023/24 International Summer of Cricket

 Tickets on Sale for 2023/24 International Summer of Cricket

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  • Tickets go on sale for all season 2023/24 women’s and men’s internationals.
  • All five Australian men’s NRMA Insurance Tests to take place in the holiday period.
  • World champion women’s team to play across seven Australian cities.
  • Entry level prices to men’s international matches have been frozen for the eighth consecutive year.

Tickets to this summer’s men’s and women’s international matches are now on sale with entry level prices again unchanged.

Ahead of the ICC World Test Championship Final starting in London against India tomorrow, fans will be able to secure their seats to see the Australian team on home soil in season 2023/24 at cricket.com.au/tickets.

Following the Qantas Tour of England and ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023, the men’s team will host Pakistan and West Indies in a new cycle of the World Test Championship. All five men’s Test matches across the home summer will be played in the holiday period, making these marquee fixtures even more accessible for families.

Men’s international prices start from $30 for adults, $10 for kids and $65 for families.

The world champion Australian women’s team will kick-start the international season with the CommBank T20l and ODI series against West Indies in October played across Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne.

Later in the season, Australia will play a multi-format series against T20 World Cup finalists South Africa in January-February. This will include white-ball fixtures at Adelaide Oval, Blundstone Arena, Manuka Oval and North Sydney Oval in addition to the first ever women’s Test match between Australia and South Africa from 15-18 February at the WACA Ground.

Women’s entry level prices start from $20 for adults, $5 kids and $43 families. For the first time Premium Experience options will be available at selected women’s international matches.

Cricket Australia CEO Nick Hockley said:

“We can’t wait for a fantastic summer of cricket, with both the Australian women’s and men’s teams playing right across the country. The holiday timeslots for men’s Test matches in particular will make international cricket even more accessible for families.”

“I encourage everyone to buy their tickets early to secure the best available seats. Entry level ticket prices, including for kids and families, have been held at the same level to make sure as many people as possible can experience and enjoy women’s and men’s international cricket.”

“The upcoming ICC World Test Championship Final and women’s and men’s Ashes series are shaping up to be great contests and I’d like to offer both squads all the very best for successful campaigns in England over the next few weeks.”

2023/24 SUMMER OF INTERNATIONAL CRICKET

CommBank Women’s T20I Series v West Indies

  • 1 October: North Sydney Oval, Sydney
  • 2 October: North Sydney Oval, Sydney (N)
  • 5 October: Allan Border Field, Brisbane (N)

CommBank Women’s ODI Series v West Indies

  • 8 October: Allan Border Field, Brisbane
  • 12 October: Junction Oval, Melbourne
  • 15 October: Junction Oval, Melbourne

CommBank Women’s T20I Series v South Africa

  • 27 January: Manuka Oval, Canberra
  • 28 January: Manuka Oval, Canberra
  • 30 January: Blundstone Arena, Hobart (N)

CommBank Women’s ODI Series v South Africa

  • 3 February: Adelaide Oval, Adelaide (D/N)
  • 7 February: North Sydney Oval, Sydney (D/N)
  • 10 February: North Sydney Oval, Sydney (D/N)

CommBank Women’s Test Match v South Africa

  • 15-18 February: WACA Ground, Perth

NRMA Insurance Men’s Test Series v Pakistan

  • 14-18 December: Perth Stadium, Perth
  • 26-30 December: Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
  • 3-7 January: Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney

NRMA Insurance Men’s Test Series v West Indies

  • 17-21 January: Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
  • 25-29 January: The Gabba, Brisbane (D/N)

Dettol Men’s ODI Series v West Indies

  • 2 February: Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne (D/N)
  • 4 February: Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney (D/N)
  • 6 February: Manuka Oval, Canberra (D/N)

Dettol Men’s T20I Series v West Indies

  • 9 February: Blundstone Arena, Hobart (N)
  • 11 February: Adelaide Oval, Adelaide (N)
  • 13 February: Perth Stadium, Perth

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