Visitor Guide: Charlotte Edwards Cup Finals Day

All you need to know about the Charlotte Edwards Cup Finals Day on Sunday at The Ageas Bowl

Charlotte Edwards Cup Finals Day

Eliminator: Northern Diamonds v Southern Vipers (12pm)

Final: South East Stars v TBA (Winner of Eliminator) (4pm)

The Ageas Bowl

Sunday 5th September

Gates Open: 11am

Eliminator: 12pm Start | Final: 4pm Start


Tickets for Sunday's Charlotte Edwards Cup Finals Day are still available to purchase for just £10 for Adults and £5 for Under-17s with Family tickets (2 Adults & 2 U17s) available for £25.

Tickets can be purchased online in advance of Sunday by following the link below.

Buy Tickets

Tickets will also be available to buy on the day from the Matchday Ticket Office (open from 10:30am on Sunday).

Hampshire Cricket Members can attend this matchday for free courtesy of their Membership, and can simply scan in using their Membership cards.

Sussex CCC Members who have pre-applied for a free ticket courtesy of their Membership can access this matchday by scanning their e-ticket at the turnstiles. For any ticket-related queries, please visit the Matchday Ticket Office upon arrival.

Event Overview

The Finals Day of the inaugural Women's domestic T20 competition, the Charlotte Edwards Cup, comes to a thrilling conclusion at The Ageas Bowl on Sunday 5th September following an impressive showcase of Women's white-ball cricket across the Rachel Heyhoe Flint Trophy, the Charlotte Edwards Cup, and of course, The Hundred this summer.

Following the South East Stars finishing top of Group A with the highest number of points out of both Groups A & B, they automatically qualified for the Final, whilst Group B winners, Northern Diamonds, will face The Ageas Bowl-based Southern Vipers in the Eliminator after the Vipers were the best placed runners-up, finishing in second place in Group A, but with a higher number of points than second-placed team in Group B.

The Eliminator (play-off) between Southern Vipers and Northern Diamonds, begins at 12pm, before the winner of this play-off will go on to face South East Stars in the Final beginning at 4pm.

Getting Here & Parking

Please plan your journey carefully to avoid delays and allow plenty of time for your journey.

Pre-booked car parking pass holders, seasonal car parking pass holders, disabled guests and hospitality guests will be parked on-site.

On-site parking is available to purchase for just £5 per car, and can be purchased online in advance of Sunday via the link below, or on the day upon arrival.

Buy Car Parking

On-site car parks will open 30 minutes before the scheduled gates opening time of the fixture.

For those who have secured on-site parking, please be aware the parking surface may be grass and car parking may be located a short walk away from the gate.

Please note, all parking will be available subject to availability.

A Taxi Rank will operate from The Ageas Bowl taxi pick up point, in Car Park 1, located opposite the West Gate. To book a local taxi online click here, or call 02380 666666.

To find out more information about travel to The Ageas Bowl for Sunday's matchday, follow the link below.

Travel Info

Entry, Opening & Closing Times | General Information

The Matchday Ticket Office (located at top of hill), will be open from 10:30am until 4pm on Sunday for ticket sales and queries.

Gates will open at 11am on Sunday with the Eliminator between Northern Diamonds and Southern Vipers due to begin at 12pm, before the Final begins at 4pm.

Upon arrival, please scan your ticket or Membership card (Hampshire Cricket Members only) at the West Gate turnstiles to gain access to the venue.

If you are yet to do so, you can download the free, award-winning Hampshire Cricket App to access your tickets on the mobile App's ticket wallet and simply scan in using your mobile phone.

What's more, the App's interactive wayfinding map can help you find your way around the venue, whilst there are a also whole host of other exciting features on the mobile App. Follow the link below to read more about what the App offers and to download on Apple & Android devices.

Hampshire Cricket App

Seating for this fixture is unallocated.

The Rod Bransgrove Pavilion is closed to all spectators - including the seating area in front of the pavilion - whilst it is kept sterile for players and match officials only, however the Arlott Atrium can be used as a walkway for circulation.

The Ageas Bowl's store, located just inside of the West Gate and under the Shane Warne Stand will be open from gates opening until the close of play for the Final. Any in-ground queries can be answered at the Store, and any lost property should be handed in or collected from the store too.

Health & Safety | Prohibited Items & Areas

Whilst restrictions have eased throughout the country, in order to keep our staff, players and customers safe, our staff within the ground will continue to wear face coverings and try to maintain social distance.

All attendees are encouraged to continue to practise social distancing where possible and wear a mask when they are not sat in their seat.

The Rod Bransgrove Pavilion and Arlott Atrium is closed to the public but can be used as a walk through for circulation. 

The venue is entirely cashless, so please ensure that you bring appropriate cards with you if you would like to purchase anything at the venue.

Hand sanitising stations are located around the stadium. The venue encourages all spectators to keep hands sanitised.

Prohibited Items include - Musical Instruments, Flares, Laser Devices, Air Horns, Fireworks, Weapons, Whistles

For a full list of prohibited items, please view the ground regulations - available here.

Food & Drink

Food will be available to purchase upon gates opening on Sunday, and the selection available accommodates various dietary requirements.

Food will be served on the West Berm with burgers and Greek cuisine available.

The Shane Warne Bar will open and alcohol will be served from gates opening until 30 minutes after the close of play, with the bar located underneath the Shane Warne Stand.

The Ageas Bowl operates a strict ‘Challenge 25’ alcohol policy and as such anyone deemed to look Under 25 will be asked to provide photographic proof of their age, prior to being served alcohol.

Spectators can bring in small picnics of food, soft drinks and a maximum of four cans of beer or equivalent, or 70cl of wine can be brought into the ground for Sunday's Finals Day.

Water fountains will be available to fill water bottles up at the Hotel ends of the CIM and Shane Warne stands.


The venue's new shop is located under the Shane Warne Stand, inside of the West Gate. Check out its new look and a range of retail items.

The shop will have stock of Hampshire Cricket and Southern Vipers New Balance replica & training kits, supporter wear and accessories.

Check out the range of items ahead of your visit via the link below.

Online Store


Click here to view the latest forecast for Southampton.

Umbrellas are permitted within the ground.

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