Women’s World Cup: ICC announces tickets rates for 2022 Women’s World Cup – ICC has officially announced ticket rates for the 2022 Women’s World Cup which is scheduled to take place in New Zealand. For kids, it will be USD7 while for adults it will be USD17. For a family of five, an entire day’s ticket will cost USD45. The 2022 Women’s World Cup was originally scheduled for 6 February to 7 March 2021 but was postponed by one year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. On 15 December 2020, the ICC confirmed that the tournament will take place from 4 March to 3 April 2022.
Ticket rates for 2022 Women’s World Cup
Kids – USD 7
Adults – USD 17
Family – USD 45
There are only 200 days left for the mega event to start. The host New Zealand will be playing the tournament opener on March 4. The warm-up matches will be played between February 27 and March 2. Each team will play two warm-up matches across four days at Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln Green and Rangiora Oval. Fans will be able to attend the matches free of charge.
CWC22 Chief Executive Andrea Nelson says she wants as many Kiwi as possible to experience cricket’s pinnacle event.“When New Zealand last hosted the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup back in 2000, the WHITE FERNS came away with our country’s first and only women’s world title to date. That’s something I’m sure all Kiwi wouldn’t mind seeing again. Attending World Cup matches will be very affordable – an action-packed day out for a family will cost from $45* which we think is real value for money,” she says.
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WHITE FERNS captain Sophie Devine says: “As a player, there’s no better feeling than walking out on the pitch to a roaring home crowd. It’s been such a buzz to see Wellingtonians come out to support the Blaze and Firebirds at the Basin for the Super smash and I hope that support continues to grow for women’s cricket as we prepare for the World Cup in our own backyard.”
New Zealand Cricket CEO David White said feeling was running high as the tournament approached: “We’re very excited about the World Cup being staged here next year and I know the cricket community is really looking forward to hosting this party – our first taste of World Cup action since 2015.”
ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022 at a glance
Hosted in New Zealand from 4 March to 3 April 2022
Six host cities: Auckland, Hamilton, Tauranga, Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin