100% capacity allowed at Stadium for Remaining World Cup Games

The ICC Women’s World Cup is all set to get more chaotic as the crowd restrictions have been lifted. The following are the games that can have 100% capacity.

 

Indian Cricket fans enjoying World Cup 2022. (Photo by Phil Walter-ICC/ICC via Getty Images)
Indian Cricket fans enjoying World Cup 2022. (Photo by Phil Walter-ICC/ICC via Getty Images)

 

Increased capacity for: Weekend group matches including New Zealand v Pakistan, England v Bangladesh and India v South Africa

Semi-Final 1 – 30 March at 11 am NZDT, Basin Reserve, Wellington, teams TBC
Semi-Final 2 – 31 March at 2 pm NZDT (D/N), Hagley Oval, Christchurch, teams TBC
Final – Sunday, 3 April at 1 pm NZDT (D/N), Hagley Oval, Christchurch

Andrea Nelson, the CEO of the 2022 Women’s World Cup expressed her happiness on the lifted restrictions. She said,” World Cup semis and finals are special occasions that don’t come around too often. This is huge for cricket fans in Wellington and Christchurch to get out there, get together and be part of something special irrespective of which team is playing.”

Nelson also mentioned that the tickets were sold out when there were restrictions. Now with everything lifted, certainly there will be a huge demand for tickets for the knockouts games. This is the right time for fans to be back as there’s everything to play for in the last six games in the league stage.

Speaking about the lifted restrictions, ICC CEO Geoff Allardice said that he’s delighted to welcome fans back to the stadium for the final stages of the 2022 WC. With the world cup matches being so closely contested with nail-biting encounters, Allardice feels the cricket fans in New Zealand who are known for their love towards the sport will be excited to be a part of the thrilling conclusion of a fantastic tournament.

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There are still 6 matches left in the league stage. Australia is the only side to have sealed their spot in the Semi-Finals. With 3 spots remaining, expect a lot of drama to unfold and fans will be thrilled to be a part of it.

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