ICC Cricket World Cup ticket reservation: Excitement fills the air as the ICC unveils the much-anticipated schedule for the upcoming Cricket World Cup. With a countdown of exactly 100 days, the tournament is set to commence on October 5, enthralling fans worldwide. The opening match will witness the defending champions, England, locking horns with New Zealand, the runner-up of the previous edition. All eyes will be on Ahmedabad’s prestigious Narendra Modi Stadium, setting the stage for an epic showdown.
Anticipation has reached fever pitch as cricket enthusiasts embark on their quest to secure tickets for the marquee encounters, including the highly awaited clash between rivals India and Pakistan. Mark your calendars for October 15, as Ahmedabad will come alive with the electrifying atmosphere of this fierce rivalry.
So, how can you reserve your spot at the ICC World Cup 2023? The ICC has confirmed that the tournament will span across 48 matches, scattered across 12 captivating venues in India. From the iconic Narendra Modi Stadium to the hallowed grounds of M Chinnaswamy Stadium, MA Chidambaram Stadium, Arun Jaitley Cricket Stadium, Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Assam Cricket Association Stadium, Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Holkar Stadium, Eden Gardens, Wankhede Stadium, Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Cricket Stadium, and Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, each location will witness history in the making.
Exciting news for cricket enthusiasts! The official ICC Cricket World Cup website, along with its user-friendly app, will soon offer online ticket reservations. Stay ahead of the game and pre-book your ICC World Cup 2023 tickets to secure your place among the fervent crowd. Additionally, popular platforms like Bookmyshow, Paytm, and Paytm Insiders will also provide access to these highly sought-after tickets. However, it’s important to note that most ticket sales will be conducted online, with limited availability offline.
When it comes to pricing, the tickets will range from Rs 500 to Rs 10,000 per ticket, varying based on the venue and the match. Choose your preferred location and match, and embark on a captivating journey through the heart of cricket.
India’s formidable Team India, led by the illustrious Rohit Sharma, will face the mighty Australian team on October 8 at Chennai’s MA Chidambaram Stadium. Brace yourself for thrilling encounters as India takes on New Zealand in the breathtaking surroundings of Dharamsala and clashes with England in the vibrant city of Lucknow. However, the most awaited battle against arch-rivals Pakistan will unfold at the cricketing extravaganza’s epicenter, Ahmedabad, on October 15. It’s a match you won’t want to miss!
India’s matches in World Cup 2023
INDIA vs AUSTRALIA: October 8, Chennai
INDIA vs AFGHANISTAN: October 11, Delhi
INDIA vs PAKISTAN: October 15, Ahmedabad
INDIA vs BANGLADESH: October 19, Pune
INDIA vs New Zealand: October 22, Dharamshala
INDIA vs ENGLAND: October 29, Lucknow
INDIA vs QF2: November 2, Mumbai
INDIA vs SOUTH AFRICA: November 5, Kolkata
IND vs QF1: November 11, Bengaluru
As the grand finale approaches, all roads lead to the world’s largest cricket stadium. On November 19, the cricketing world will witness an exhilarating showdown as the top contenders vie for glory at this iconic venue. Preceding the final, the semifinals will treat fans to intense cricketing action at Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium and Kolkata’s Eden Gardens on November 15 and 16, respectively.
Before the main event, prepare for a thrilling prelude with warm-up matches scheduled from September 29 to October 3. Join the excitement in Guwahati, Thiruvananthapuram, and Hyderabad, where these matches will take place, setting the stage for an extraordinary tournament.
England vs New Zealand | October 5 | Ahmedabad
Pakistan vs Qualifier 1 | October 6 | Hyderabad
Bangladesh vs Afghanistan | October 7 | Dharamsala
South Africa vs Qualifier 2 | October 7 | Delhi
India vs Australia | October 8 | Chennai
New Zealand vs Qualifier 1 | October 9 | Hyderabad
England vs Bangladesh | October 10 | Dharamsala
India vs Afghanistan | October 11 | Delhi
Pakistan vs Qualifier 2 | October 12 | Hyderabad
Australia vs South Africa | October 13 | Lucknow
England vs Afghanistan | October 14 | Delhi
New Zealand vs Bangladesh | October 14 | Chennai
India vs Pakistan | October 15 | Ahmedabad
Australia vs Qualifier 2 | October 16 | Lucknow
South Africa vs Qualifier 1 | October 17 | Dharamsala
New Zealand vs Afghanistan | October 18 | Chennai
India vs Bangladesh | October 19 | Pune
Australia vs Pakistan | October 20 | Bengaluru
England vs South Africa | October 21 | Mumbai
Qualifier 1 vs Qualifier 2 | October 21 | Lucknow
India vs New Zealand | October 22 | Dharamsala
Pakistan vs Afghanistan | October 23 | Chennai
South Africa vs Bangladesh | October 24 | Mumbai
Australia vs Qualifier 1 | October 25 | Delhi
England vs Qualifier 2 | October 26 | Bengaluru
Pakistan vs South Africa | October 27 | Chennai
Qualifier 1 vs Bangladesh | October 28 | Kolkata
Australia vs New Zealand | October 28 | Dharamsala
India vs England | October 29 | Lucknow
Afghanistan vs Qualifier 2 | October 30 | Pune
Pakistan vs Bangladesh | October 31 | Kolkata
New Zealand vs South Africa | November 1 | Pune
India vs Qualifier 2 | November 2 | Mumbai
Qualifier 1 vs Afghanistan | November 3 | Lucknow
England vs Australia | November 4 | Ahmedabad
New Zealand vs Pakistan | November 4 | Bengaluru
India vs South Africa | November 5 | Kolkata
Bangladesh vs Qualifier 2 | November 6 | Delhi
Australia vs Afghanistan | November 7 | Mumbai
England vs Qualifier 1 | November 8 | Pune
New Zealand vs Qualifier 2 | November 9 | Bengaluru
South Africa vs Afghanistan | November 10 | Ahmedabad
India vs Qualifier 1 | November 11 | Bengaluru
England vs Pakistan | November 12 | Kolkata
Australia vs Bangladesh | November 12 | Pune
Semifinal 1 | November 15 | Mumbai
Semifinal 2 | November 16 | Kolkata
Final | November 19 | Ahmedabad