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ODI World Cup in India – BCCI to launch 400,000 extra tickets from September 8

With lower than a month to go for the primary match of the males’s ODI World Cup, the BCCI, the host board, has introduced the discharge of as many as 400,000 tickets within the subsequent part of ticket gross sales.

A BCCI assertion on Wednesday night stated that the “common sale of tickets” for all matches of the World Cup will begin from 8pm IST on September 8, including that “followers can be notified of the additional sale of tickets within the subsequent part in the end”.

The BCCI had confronted a whole lot of backlash from followers and different stakeholders for first releasing the schedule solely 100 days earlier than the beginning of the match, after which making additional adjustments to it, which additional delayed the discharge of tickets. The assertion stated the board “acknowledges the excessive demand for tickets” and deliberate to launch extra tickets after “discussions with the internet hosting state associations” to accommodate “as many passionate cricket followers as doable, making certain their participation on this historic occasion”.

“The BCCI deeply acknowledges that followers are the heartbeat of the match, and their unwavering ardour, engagement, and contributions are pivotal to the success of the ICC Males’s Cricket World Cup 2023,” the assertion stated.

In line with the authentic plan of ticket gross sales revealed by the ICC on the identical day that they launched the revised schedule, the tickets have been to go on sale in seven phases, from August 25, 41 days earlier than the match opener.

As compared, the 2019 World Cup (in England and Wales) had tickets go up on the market in September 2018 after which once more on March 21, 2019, as an ICC response to the excessive demand for tickets.

The 2023 World Cup will kick-off on October 5 with England vs New Zealand – a repeat of the 2019 ultimate – in Ahmedabad. 9 different cities will host World Cup video games in India: Hyderabad, Dharamsala, Delhi, Chennai, Lucknow, Pune, Bengaluru, Mumbai and Kolkata. The ten groups will all play one another within the first spherical earlier than the semi-finals are performed in Mumbai (November 15) and Kolkata (November 16), and the ultimate in Ahmedabad on November 19.



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