Hampshire sell out stand
Hampshire have sold out of tickets for the Northern end at the Rose Bowl for the NatWest Series one-day International between England and India on August 21 2007.
The demand for tickets has been extremely high with cricket fans eager to ensure their place to watch England's return to The Rose Bowl next summer.
A capacity crowd in excess of 20, 000 will experience this momentous clash to be staged under world class floodlights.
Hampshire are now urging fans to book soon in order to guarantee their place to watch this highlight of the 2007 season.
Tickets are still available in the main arena including designated family areas and an alcohol free area.
Stuart Robertson, group commercial director of Rose Bowl said: "We are delighted by the response we have received since our International tickets went on sale.
“The Northern End of the ground is now sold out and the high level of demand demonstrates the enthusiasm of cricket supporters to watch first class cricket at The Rose Bowl.
“I am also pleased that we have been able to offer spectators an unprecedented range of options on how they wish to watch this match.
“We still have a range of seats available in the main arena, and a new and exciting choice of hospitality packages, but they will go quickly."
Ticket prices are available from £40 for Adult tickets and £12.50 for Junior tickets.