Volunteer at the ICC Champions Trophy 2013
Up to 900 Cricketeers (volunteers) from across the United Kingdom are set to support the ICC Champions Trophy 2013.
The ICC Champions Trophy 2013 is an elite event for the top eight nations in the Reliance ICC ODI Rankings. The 2013 competition will be the eighth staging of the tournament and the second time it has been played in England. The 50-overs-a-side competition will take place over 18 days with matches taking place across three venues – The Oval, Edgbaston and The Cardiff Wales Stadium. The eight teams will be split in to two groups of four with the top two from each group going forward to the semi-finals. The final will be held at Edgbaston on Sunday 23 June.
Over 2600 individuals applied to be part of the Cricketeers Programme to support the ICC Champions Trophy 2013. The Cricketeers (volunteers) will be the face of the ICC Champions Trophy 2013, carrying out a number of roles, from meeting and greeting the spectators, supporting on field entertainment, ambush marking, drivers, ground staff to media operations. Not all roles will be high profile, or close to the cricket however all are vitally important in supporting the Champions Trophy 2013. Whatever role the Cricketeers will undertake they will have a huge welcoming smile.
The Cricketeers will support six different areas across the tournament.
Volunteers will be required from Mid-May to assist in the production and distribution of accreditation passes. All individuals connected to the ICC Champions Trophy 2013 will be required to have a valid accreditation pass. Accreditation offices will be open at various times leading to the tournament.
Activation volunteers will be required to support the ICC and sponsors in the delivery of the activation / entertainment areas. Roving volunteers will support a variety of roles within the Activation area including supporting DJ booth, on field entertainment and ambush marketing. Off field photographers will also be required to capture images to support the relay screens.
Hospitality volunteers will be required to support the hospitality team, supporting front of house staff across the tournament venues. Volunteer drivers will be required to transport ICC officials, VIP’s during and pre tournament.
Ticketing volunteers will be required to support the ticket office staff at each venue.
Media volunteers will be required to support the accredited media that are covering the game. Working with the Head of Media, volunteers will support the written press and photographers providing relevant support throughout practice days and match sessions
Venue / General
Ground staff, meeting and greeting spectators at major travel hotspots and support a variety of roles across the ICC Champions Trophy 2013
Thank you for applying to be a Cricketeer.
Applications are now closed.