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New Zealand v B2 Tickets

New Zealand v B2

In response to the uncertainty around whether major sporting events with mass gatherings will be permitted in 2020 due to COVID-19, the International Cricket Council has postponed the ICC Men's T20 World Cup by 12 months.
This is a decision that benefits fans and increases the prospects of having passionate supporters of every competing team, from around Australia and internationally, able to participate by attending matches.

Keep your 2020 tickets for 2021:
Your purchased tickets will remain valid for the relevant match in 2021.

I can't attend the 2021 tournament: If you are unable to attend the postponed tournament in 2021, you can request a full refund of your ticket/s here.

ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2021

The last of eight T20 World Cup matches in Hobart will feature New Zealand in a Tuesday night encounter on 26 October. The Black Caps, led by superstar Kane Williamson and big hitters Ross Taylor and Martin Guptill have made the finals in each of the two previous 50-over Cricket World Cups held in Australia and they will again be one of the favourites to progress. The scenic Bellerive Oval on the Derwent River is renowned for its high-scoring matches, with the smaller boundaries bringing the fans closer to the action. New Zealand's opponents will be the second-placed finisher in Group B.

Tickets & Event Info

Venue:
Bellerive Oval, TAS

Date:
Tue 27 Oct 2020

On Sale Soon:
Sun 18 Oct 2020 12:00PM  (AEDT)

Strict Tournament ticket limits apply. Ticket limits per person per match are outlined below:
*First Round and Super 12 – Ten (10) maximum
*Semi-Final – Eight (8)
*Final – Eight (8)

A tournament wide ticket limit will apply per person. T20 World Cup 2020 Ltd may, in consultation with the ICC, cancel any Ticket order(s) submitted in breach, or ticket allocated in excess, of these limits and restrictions.

For the Ticket Limit policy, click here.

Infant and Children
Infant 0 - 3 years (No ticket required)
Child 3 – 17 years inclusive

To see the full Child and Infant Policy, click here

Accessible Seating
Accessible seating refers to any patrons that require wheelchair seating or have a specific accessible seating request due to requiring assistance to attend a match. Click here for more information.

Group Booking
Groups of 10 or more? Click here to apply.

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