Your guide to buying 2018 England Cricket tickets
It’s been a fantastic year for the England cricket teams and we’re already excited about next year’s men's home internationals against Pakistan, Australia and India and women's series against South Africa and New Zealand.
Here’s all the information you need to ensure you get your hands on tickets to see England in action. Put these dates in your diary to avoid missing out!
Pakistan, Australia and India series
England Men will be taking on Pakistan in two Tests, Australia in five ODIs and a T20 and India in five Tests, three ODIs and three T20s.
South Africa, New Zealand and IT20 Tri-Series
World Cup champions England Women will host South Africa in three ODIs, followed by an IT20 Tri-Series against the Proteas and New Zealand, and will finish the summer with another three-match ODI series against New Zealand.
Priority access to tickets
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 country cricket club for details of their membership schemes, prices and benefits.
We Are England Cricket Supporters will 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!
England Men general sale – 10am, Tuesday 10 October
Tickets for matches at most international venues – Ageas Bowl (Hampshire), The Brightside Ground (Bristol), Edgbaston, Emirates Old Trafford, Emirates Riverside (Durham), Emerald Headingley and SSE SWALEC Stadium (Cardiff) – will go on general sale at 10am on Tuesday 10 October. The exact time will be confirmed closer to that date. Tickets will be available via the relevant county websites and box offices. You will need to enter the Kia Oval ballot and register your interest for Lord’s and Trent Bridge tickets as detailed below.
Enter the ballot for Lord’s, Kia Oval and Trent Bridge
If you want to access tickets for the Kia Oval you will be able to enter their ballot on Tuesday 10 October.
If you want to access tickets for Lord’s or Trent Bridge, you will be able to register your interest on Tuesday 10 October. Lord’s will contact you subsequently with information on entry into their public ballot, while Trent Bridge will notify you of access to their ticket sale.
England Women general sale – 10am, Tuesday 12 December
Tickets for matches at most venues – Blackfinch New Road (Worcester), 1st Central County Ground (Hove), The Spitfire Ground (Canterbury), Cooper Associates County Ground (Taunton), The Brightside Ground (Bristol), Emerald Headingley, The 3aaa County Ground (Derby) and The Fischer County Ground, Grace Road (Leicester) – will go on general sale from 10am on Tuesday 12 December. Tickets will be available via the relevant county websites and box offices.
You will also be able to register your interest for tickets to the Tri-Series final at the Cloudfm County Ground, Chelmsford, which takes place on 1 July. Tickets for this game will be on sale in early 2018.