Tickets on sale for KFC T20 INTL Series and Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars T20 INTL Series, Prime Minister’s XI match
Tickets to the KFC T20 INTL Series, which will be played as double headers with the Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars T20 INTL Series, go on sale today, with the public getting their first chance to secure their seats for the shortest and fastest growing format of the game. From today fans can also secure their tickets to the Prime Minister’s XI match to be hosted at Manuka Oval on 15 February prior to the double header series.
ricThe double-header series will see the Australian Men’s Team take on Sri Lanka and the Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars take on New Zealand in Melbourne (17 February), Geelong (19 February), and Adelaide (22 February) to bring the 2016-17 summer of international cricket to a close. The series will be preceded by a T20 match between Sri Lanka and a Prime Minister’s XI side at Manuka Oval on 15 February.
The PM’s XI and KFC T20INTL Series takes the action and excitement of the KFC Big Bash League to the international stage, giving families around Australia the chance to see some of the best players in the world compete over three hours. Adult tickets start from just $30^, while kids tickets can be obtained for free when an adult ticket is purchased*. The T20 Family Zone will also be in place for all three double-header fixtures, offering fans young and old with plenty of entertainment options both on and off the pitch.
Cricket Australia Executive General Manager, Operations, Mike McKenna said:
“The PM’s XI and the T20 International double headers for this summer are an exciting prospect for fans young and old and we are sure the people of Canberra, Melbourne, Geelong and Adelaide will come in great numbers to see some of the best Australian men’s and women’s players take on Sri Lanka and New Zealand respectively in February.
“We are particularly pleased to be bringing international cricket to Geelong for the first time. The success of the BBL exhibition match last year between the Melbourne Stars and Melbourne Renegades represents the enthusiasm the city has for the T20 format and we look forward to seeing a great crowd enjoying a fantastic atmosphere at the double-header match on 19 February.
“As we have seen with the growth of the BBL, T20s are hugely popular with families and so we are happy to be bringing the Kids in for Free offer back for this season, making family attendance a great value entertainment option.”
Tickets to the KFC T20 INTL Series and Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars Series, as well as the Prime Minister’s XI match and all matches in the 2016-17 summer of international cricket, are available today atwww.cricket.com.au/tickets.
Tickets for groups of 10 or more people and official hospitality at the KFC T20INTL Series are on sale now, with more information available at www.cricketaustralia.com.au.