ODI World Cup 2023 Tickets: Sale Of 4 Lakh Tickets Starts On 8 Sep 8 PM Onwards. ODI World Cup 2023 will kick-off on 5 October with defending champion England vs finalist New Zealand in Narendra Modi Stadium Ahmedabad. Nine other Indian cities will host ICC World Cup matches from Oct 5 to Nov 19. Mumbai, Hyderabad, Dharamsala, Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Lucknow, Pune and Bengaluru.
The ten teams namely India, Pakistan, NZ, Aus, Ban, SL, Eng, SA, NED and Afg will all play each other in the first round before the semi-finals are played in Wankhede Stadium Mumbai (November 15) and Kolkata (November 16), and the final in Ahmedabad on November 19.
After discussions with the ODI World Cup hosting state associations, the BCCI has announced the release of approximately 400,000 tickets for the cricket’s biggest tournament. This measure is aimed at accommodating as many crazy cricket fans as possible, ensuring their participation in this historic event.
The general sale of ICC World Cup 2023 tickets for all matches will commence from 8:00 PM IST onwards 8 September, 2023. Fans can buy tickets from the official ticketing website at https://tickets.cricketworldcup.com. Fans will be notified of the further sale of tickets in the next phase in due course.
Team India will start its ODI World Cup 2023 campaign against Australia on Oct 8 at MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai. India will play its last league stage match against Netherland on Nov 12 at MA Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru.
Notably, the 1st phase of ticket sale from 25 Aug to 3 Sep for ICC World Cup matches, including the matches involving hosts India, selling like huge demands. Many cricket Fans on social media expressed their disappointment over not being able to get hold of tickets with a few alleging that there were few tickets sold for the much awaited clash between arch-rivals India and Pakistan when comparing the seating capacity of the Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium, which will host the match on October 14.
The BCCI had faced a lot of criticism from fans and other stakeholders for first releasing the schedule only 100 days before the start of the ICC World Cup, , which further delayed the release of tickets.