Tickets are available to purchase on https://www.t20worldcup.com/tickets
Cricket fans from across the world have been invited to Oman and the UAE to “Live the Game" at the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 with tickets of the 45 matches put on sale Sunday.
Tickets are available to fans to watch the top 16 T20 teams in the world vying for the ultimate prize in the shortest format, the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup, starting in Muscat on October 17 and concluding in the UAE on November 14.
With prices starting at just 10 OMR and 30 AED in Oman and UAE respectively, the event is accessible to all cricket fans.
Tickets are available to purchase on https://www.t20worldcup.com/tickets.
In the UAE, all venues will be operating at approximately 70% of maximum seated capacity, whilst Abu Dhabi has also introduced new socially distanced "pods" of a maximum of four spectators on their east and west grass mounds.
The Oman Cricket Academy has had a temporary infrastructure built to welcome 3,000 fans.
“We are delighted to be welcoming fans back to international cricket in both Oman and the UAE to enjoy the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup. Our thanks to our hosts BCCI, Emirates Cricket Board and Oman Cricket as well as the local governments in these regions for their support in ensuring fans could attend in a safe environment,” said ICC Acting CEO Geoff Allardice in a media release Sunday.
“The biggest sporting spectacle to have ever taken place in the region deserved to be played out in front of passionate cricket fans from all 16 nations competing and we are doing everything possible to keep it safe for all. It has been five years since the last Men’s T20 World Cup and we can’t wait for the world’s best players to arrive in Oman and the UAE and showcase the very best of T20 cricket,” the ICC high-up added.
The ICC and event hosts Board for Control of Cricket in India have worked closely with host authorities to ensure fans can be welcomed in a safe environment and Covid-19 protocols will apply at all venues.
The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 is the largest sporting event to be held in the region and it will be the biggest global cricket event since the pandemic with fans in stadia.
The tournament kicks off with the Round 1 match between Oman and Papua New Guinea in Muscat.
Whilst, Australia and South Africa play the first match of Super 12s on October 23 in Abu Dhabi followed by the replay of the 2016 final between England and West Indies also on October 23 in Dubai.
One of cricket’s biggest rivalries, India and Pakistan, will take place on October 24 in Dubai.
In addition to the top-quality cricket, fans will also get to enjoy a host of entertainment choices, including DJs, fan zones and various other exciting activations around each venue, offering families and the young plenty of fun.
All fans wishing to attend matches must follow all Covid-19 protocols laid out on the www.t20worldcup.com/tickets website and note the different stadium entry guidelines which will be updated realtime as per the latest government mandates.