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How to buy England Men's and Women's cricket tickets

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Your guide to buying England Men’s and Women’s cricket tickets 

Following the announcement that the fifth LV=Insurance Test Match against India will now take place in July 2022, England Men’s 2022 home International schedule has been updated with changes to fixtures at Edgbaston, Emirates Old Trafford, Trent Bridge and the Ageas Bowl.  

Information for ticketholders 

Ticket holders for the originally announced schedule do not have to take any action as all tickets will remain valid for the equivalent rearranged matchday at their host venue.  

Host venues will communicate the new fixture details to ticket purchasers and the options available to them, including the timeframe and process for requesting a refund if they are not able to attend the new match day. 

Please visit the host venue’s website for further information: 

To find out when England Men and Women will be playing at your favourite ground next summer, visit our tickets page and click on the fixture image for information on how you can buy tickets. 

How do I access tickets? 

Tickets to England men’s and women’s fixtures are available via the host venues in the following ways: 

County club membership 

The earliest opportunity to access tickets is generally through membership of the county cricket club hosting the fixture(s) you wish to attend. Contact the relevant county cricket club for details of their membership schemes, prices and benefits. 

We Are England Cricket Supporters 

We Are England Cricket Supporters also get priority access to tickets for international fixtures. If you’re not already signed up to Supporters, register now. 

If you’re already a Supporter, there will be plenty of communications coming your way with details of how to take advantage of priority access to tickets so keep checking your inbox. 

General sale 

Subject to availability, tickets for England Men’s 2022 fixtures will go on general sale at selected venues on the following dates: 

  • 19 October 2021: Emerald Headingley, Trent Bridge, Sophia Gardens, Bristol County Ground 
  • 16 November 2021: Edgbaston, Emirates Old Trafford  

For further information on how you can buy tickets from your chosen venue, visit our tickets page. 

How do I access tickets?

Tickets to England men’s and women’s fixtures are available via the host venues in the following ways:

County club membership

The earliest opportunity to access tickets is generally through membership of the county cricket club hosting the fixture(s) you wish to attend. Contact the relevant county cricket club for details of their membership schemes, prices and benefits.

We Are England Cricket Supporters

We Are England Cricket Supporters also get priority access to tickets for international fixtures. If you’re not already signed up to Supporters, register now.

If you’re already a Supporter, there will be plenty of communications coming your way with details of how to take advantage of priority access to tickets so keep checking your inbox.

Ballots

By entering the ballot at your chosen venue, you could have the chance to buy tickets before they go on general sale. Visit our tickets page to find links for host venue websites and further details.

General sale

Tickets for England Women’s 2021 fixtures are on general sale now. Visit our tickets page and scroll down to find the link for your local venue.

Subject to availability, tickets for England Men’s 2022 fixtures will go on general sale for all host venues apart from Lord’s and The Kia Oval from 19 October. For further information on how you can buy tickets from your chosen venue, visit our tickets page.

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