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- ICC ODI World Cup 2023 Ticket registration will start on August 15th.
- Registration on the ICC website.
- Tickets will be available from August 25th.
- 7 different schedules for ICC ODI World Cup 2023 Tickets.
ICC announces ODI World Cup 2023 tickets sale dates for the grand event scheduled to play in India between October 5 – November 19 across 10 different venues in India.
World Cup 2023 will be the first time the competition is held entirely in India; three previous editions were partially hosted there – 1987, 1996, and 2011. Originally, the tournament was scheduled to be played from 9 February to 26 March 2023.
But, in July 2020, it was announced that the tournament would be delayed to an October–November window, following the disruption of the qualification schedule due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
ODI World Cup 2023 Tickets Sale Dates
As per ICC ODI World Cup 2023 schedule, the first match will be played between England and New Zealand on October 5 in Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad.
To manage the expected demand for tickets and to give as many fans as possible the best chance of seeing the world’s best players, tickets will go on sale in phases on the following dates:
- August 25 – Non-India warm-up matches and all non-India event matches
- August 30 – India matches at Guwahati and Trivandrum
- August 31 – India matches at Chennai, Delhi and Pune
- September 1 – India matches at Dharamsala, Lucknow and Mumbai
- September 2 – India matches at Bengaluru and Kolkata
- September 3 – India matches at Ahmedabad
- September 15 – Semi-final and Final
ICC ODI World Cup 2023 Venues
Check out the 2023 World Cup Stadiums List along with the capacity, and number of matches scheduled to play there.
|Stadium||Location||Matches||Capacity||Best Stand||Best Hotels|
|Narendra Modi Stadium||Ahmedabad||5||1,32,000||CHECK||CHECK|
|M. Chinnaswamy Stadium||Bengaluru||5||40,000||CHECK||CHECK|
|M. A. Chidambaram Stadium||Chennai||5||50,000||CHECK||CHECK|
|Arun Jaitley Stadium||Delhi||5||41,842||CHECK||CHECK|
|Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium||Hyderabad||3||55,000||CHECK||CHECK|
|BRSABV Ekana Cricket Stadium||Lucknow||5||50,000||CHECK||CHECK|
|Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium||Pune||5||37,406||CHECK||CHECK|
World Cup 2023 Format
- Ten teams will contest for the coveted trophy.
- The tournament will follow a similar format to the 2019 edition in England and Wales, with a round-robin stage followed by the knockouts.
- All 10 teams will compete against each other once in the round-robin stage.
- A victory earns the winning side two points in every match, while a no-result will mean the sides share a point each.
- The top four teams at the end of the round-robin stage will qualify for the semi-finals.
- The winners of the two successive semi-finals will contest in the final, where the champion will be crowned.