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You can now purchase tickets to this once-in-a-generation event. So what are you waiting for? Lock in the best seats for you and your family and friends to watch the world’s best players battle-it-out for cricket’s biggest international prize.
Select an event from the Cricket World Cup 2015 2015 fixtures to view the range of tickets available.
You can also sell your spare Cricket World Cup 2015 tickets on viagogo, and listing tickets is free. All Cricket World Cup 2015 tickets are covered by the viagogo Ticket guarantee! Tickets for a once–in-a-generation sporting event in Australia – the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 – are on sale to the general public for the tournament which starts on 14 February 2015.
The tournament is one of the biggest sporting events in the world, and organisers are expecting more than one million people to attend matches in Australia and New Zealand and more than one billion to watch the global broadcast.
Children’s tickets are available for every match in the tournament, including the final. All children’s tickets for the pools stage are $5.
Prices for adults start from just $20. Fourteen cities throughout the two countries will host 49 matches over 44 days. The opening match of the tournament will be played in Christchurch and the final will be played at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
49 matches over 44 days at 14 venues, seven in Australia and seven in New Zealand. Each venue will host three pool matches.
POOL 1 – England, Australia, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, New Zealand, Qualifiers 2 & 3
POOL 2 – South Africa, India, Pakistan, West Indies, Zimbabwe, Ireland, Qualifier 4 – Each team plays six pool matches.
Christchurch will host the opening match of the 2015 Cricket World Cup, with Australia facing England on the same day at the MCG.
Australian venues: MCG, SCG, Gabba, Adelaide Oval, WACA, Bellerive, Manuka Oval.
New Zealand venues: Eden Park, Wellington Regional Stadium, Christchurch, Dunedin, Hamilton, Napier, Nelson
Quarter-final venues: Adelaide, SCG, MCG, Wellington. Semi-final venues: SCG, Eden Park; Final venue: MCG.
The event kicks off on Valentine’s Day – February 14 – 2015 when New Zealand play Sri Lanka in what is sure to be an emotional occasion in the earthquake-ravaged city of Christchurch.
Australia opens its Pool A campaign on the same day in Melbourne against England.
Australia’s other pool matches are v Bangladesh at the Gabba on February 21, v New Zealand at Eden Park on February 28, v Qualifier 2 at the WACA on March 4, v Sri Lanka at the SCG on March 8 and v Qualifier 3 at Bellerive Oval on March 14.
The 14 host cities are Adelaide, Auckland, Brisbane, Canberra, Christchurch, Dunedin, Napier, Nelson, Hamilton, Hobart, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney and Wellington.