Tuesday, March 21, 2023

ICC: More than 50,000 tickets already snapped up to ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Final at the MCG

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At the halfway mark of the group stage of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020, over 50,000 tickets have been sold to the final at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on Sunday 8 March.

Already the event has set new benchmarks, including the highest attendance at a standalone women’s cricket match in Australia, when 13,432 attended the opening clash between Australia and India at Sydney Showground Stadium on Friday 21 February.

The tournament remains wide open, reflecting the increasing strength of women’s cricket globally. The competitiveness of the cricket has seen five of the 10 matches go to the final over.

Melbourne, often referred to as ‘the sporting capital of the world’, is getting closer to filling the MCG in just nine days’ time, for what will be an historic sporting occasion.

Global pop superstar Katy Perry will perform during both the pre-game show and will return for a post-game concert, as part of the T20 World Cup final celebrations on International Women’s Day.

Family-friendly priced tickets are available from just $20 for adults and all children’s tickets are $5. Fans are encouraged to get their tickets now at t20worldcup.com to avoid disappointment, with the opportunity to #FILLTHEMCG and be part of a new record for the highest attendance at a women’s sporting fixture.

The current record for attendance was set at the 1999 FIFA Women’s World Cup final, when 90,185 watched the USA beat China at the Rose Bowl in California, USA.

The ICC Women’s T20 World Cup final starts at 6:00PM AEDT, with fans urged to be in their seats by 5:00PM to experience the full pre-game show, featuring Katy Perry.

Defending champions Australia took a step towards qualifying for the semi-finals with a big win over Bangladesh at Manuka Oval on Thursday night in front of 5,614, a record crowd for a women’s cricket match in Canberra. The hosts now face New Zealand in a must-win clash for both sides at the Junction Oval in Melbourne on Monday, after India maintained their unbeaten run and secured a semi-final spot with a thrilling final-over victory over the White Ferns.

Double-header semi-finals will be played at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Thursday 5 March.

The ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 final represents another big step forward, following the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2017 final at a sold out Lord’s. The number of tickets sold so far for the MCG final on March 8 represents more than twice the number of tickets that were pre-sold to the Lord’s final.

ICC Online Media Zone and Official Media Guide
The official ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 Media Guide is available as a digital publication at the ICC’s Online Media Zone here. Media requiring OMZ access are advised to contact media@icc-cricket.com

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