Venue: The Gabba, Woolloongabba , QLD
Date: Tue 1 Nov 2022 2pm


Group Ticketing Applications Are Now Open

Please visit the groups page for more information about group ticketing for the ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2022.

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 under 2 years (No ticket required)
Child 2 – 16 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.

If you require assistance booking accessible seating, please complete the Accessible Seating Booking Form and we will contact you.

The ICC and the Local Organising Committee (LOC) for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 take scalping seriously.

Please comply with any stated ticket limit for this event. If you exceed the ticket limit, the LOC and/or ICC may, at its discretion, cancel any or all of your ticket orders without notice.

The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup is a declared major event throughout various states of Australia. The unauthorised sale of tickets carries heavy penalties in some states.

World Cup action in Brisbane finishes up with a huge Group 1 double-header, featuring England against New Zealand in the evening match. The two teams played an epic semi-final encounter in 2021, where New Zealand upset the favourites to reach the final. In the afternoon match, Rashid Khan's Afghanistan will face the First Round winners of Group A, which features Sri Lanka, Namibia and two qualifiers.