New tickets released for ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Final at MCG

On Tuesday, new tickets for the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Final match were officially released for sale.

It will be a historic sporting occasion on March 8 that will coincide with the International Women’s day and global pop icon Katy Perry will be performing the song ‘Roar’ on both pre and post shows.

 

Melbourne Cricket Ground
Melbourne Cricket Ground. Pic Credits: Tourism Australia

 

Fans can book and secure seats for this record-breaking event. The new tickets include both the categories A and B matches which were earlier sold out. The tickets that have been made available as partner allocations, camera positions, and sight screens have been confirmed, which implies a lot more filled stadium.

As per last week’s reports, already more than 50,000 tickets for finals were sold out. Melbourne, which is known as ‘the sporting capital of the world’, is not far away from filling the MCG.

The event has already 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 present 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 finals will start at 6:00 PM AEDT, with fans urged to be in their seats by 5:00 PM to experience the full pre-game show, featuring Katy Perry.

The tickets are priced at affordable range from just $20 for adults and all children’s tickets are $5. This will encourage the fans to buy the family-friendly priced tickets to watch the match. The tickets are also available online at t20worldcup.com, with the opportunity to #FILLTHEMCG and be part of a new record for the highest attendance at a women’s sporting fixture.

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This news was first published on ICC’s Website

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