The Ageas Bowl To Host England v Sri Lanka Vitality IT20 In 2021

The Ageas Bowl will host a Vitality IT20 between England and Sri Lanka on Saturday 26th June 2021 with a ballot now open for applications

The England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has announced the remaining fixtures as part of its Men’s Major Match Schedule for 2021, with confirmation The Ageas Bowl will host a Vitality IT20 between England and Sri Lanka on Saturday 26th June.

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Eoin Morgan’s men will return to The Ageas Bowl this summer, following hot-on-the-heels of a 2020 schedule which saw the home of Hampshire Cricket host nine international fixtures – with all matches played behind-closed-doors in a bio-secure environment as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The fixture, which is part of a three-match Vitality IT20 series preceding the already-announced three-match Royal London Series against Sri Lanka, is part of a full calendar of international matches set to be hosted across England and Wales in 2021.

With demand expected to be high, tickets for the fixture will be allocated via a ballot and the ballot is now open with fans able to enter via the link below.

The ballot is free to enter, while any tickets purchased will be covered by our Ticket Refund Promise, which means that should fans be unable to attend because the match is cancelled, played behind closed doors or with limited capacity, a full refund will be given.

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For more information about the Ticket Refund Promise and the work being done to plan for the safe return of fans this summer, please click here.

An exclusive priority period is now open for 2021 Hampshire Cricket Members, with every Member having the opportunity to purchase discounted Members’ Area tickets. To secure your Hampshire Cricket Membership visit the link below or get in touch with a member of our Ticketing Team via email on membership@ageasbowl.com.

A range of hospitality packages will also be available, with supporters able to pre-register for priority access to book their package. To find out more and to pre-register, please visit the link below.

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Situated an hour or less away from London, Brighton, Portsmouth and Reading, the Ageas Bowl is easily accessible for anyone living in the South of England. With excellent transport links from all major train stations and ferry terminals in the area, as well as a Park & Ride Scheme, it couldn’t be easier to get to and from the ground.

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