The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has issued a significant announcement about the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023. Recognizing the enormous demand for tickets from enthusiastic cricket fans throughout the world, the BCCI has agreed to distribute roughly 400,000 tickets for the tournament in partnership with the hosting state associations. This decision intends to give as many cricket fans as possible the chance to watch this historic occasion in person. The issuance of such a large number of tickets illustrates the BCCI’s dedication to making the World Cup accessible to fans from all across the world.
With the global excitement and anticipation surrounding the World Cup, it is expected that these tickets will be in high demand. Therefore, fans are urged to act swiftly to secure their seats and be part of the cricketing spectacle of the year.
This announcement comes at an important time, since it follows a recent event regarding the selling of World Cup tickets that received strong criticism from supporters. Many cricket fans were upset with the ticketing debacle, which prompted public condemnation of both the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and the ticketing platform BookMyShow. The BCCI has taken proactive efforts in response to the issues voiced, as well as to rectify the dissatisfaction felt by fans during the previous ticket sales process, by issuing a significant number of additional tickets.
The general sale of tickets for all matches of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 is scheduled to commence on September 8, 2023, at 8:00 PM IST. This marks the beginning of an exciting journey for cricket enthusiasts, as they eagerly prepare to witness the world’s top teams battle it out on the grandest stage in cricket.
Fans can buy tickets by going to the official ticketing website, In due course, fans will be advised of the following phase’s ticket sales. The 2023 World Cup will begin on October 5 in Ahmedabad with England vs. New Zealand.
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