ICC World Twenty20 2009

The Oval

The Oval, one of three staging venues for the men's event at ICC World Twenty20

The ICC World Twenty20 2009 promises to be one of the most exciting cricket events ever seen, with the first ever joint men's and women's ICC event taking place

How to purchase tickets

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Tickets for the event, which have been available from June 30 2008, can be purchased as follows:

  • Via the tournament's official website, accessed via the ICC website, www.icc-cricket.com
  • For UK residents only by calling 0844 847 2020 (cost 5p per minute from British Telecom landlines; cost from other networks and mobiles may vary)
  • Cricket Logistics is the Official Travel and Tour Provider for the ICC. To book your travel through an ICC approved Official Travel Agent and for packages including tickets and domestic travel for ICC World Twenty20 2009 please click here

ICC World Twenty20 - Men's Fixtures and Ticketing Info (430 KB)

Tickets for fans from overseas can be purchased via the website only. The maximum number of tickets that can be purchased for each match-day is four (4).

Terms and conditions and FAQ

Full terms and conditions for the event are available by clicking here. Many of your queries can be answered by the event FAQ, which can be read here.

We would suggest that you read these documents before purchasing your tickets. In particular we would also like to highlight the following key areas.

Double Headers

There are a number of Double Header matches during the ICC World Twenty20 2009 and one ticket will be issued per match day.

The semi-finals and final of the men's and women's events will be played at the same venue on the same day. Tickets for these match days will entitle the ticket holder entry to both matches.

Family Stand Tickets

The Family Stand Ticket entitles you to sit in a family-friendly stand where no alcohol will be allowed to be brought into the stand. It will not be possible to purchase tickets in the family stand unless there is an under 16 present within your party.

These seats will be proactively stewarded to ensure a family friendly atmosphere is maintained throughout each match-day.

The designated family stands at each of the men's tournament venues are:

Lord's - The Lower Edrich stand
Trent Bridge - The William Clarke stand
The Oval - Blocks 1-5

Team Seedings and Super Eights

The team seedings were allocated based on performance at the ICC World Twenty20 2007. For full details of these and how the Super Eight Groups will be comprised see the format section

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