Gloucestershire News

Tickets on sale – Watch England’s world cup winners in Bristol this summer

Tri Series

Tickets to watch England’s World Cup winners in Bristol this summer are now on general sale!

The World Cup winners will play at The Brightside Ground, Bristol, against New Zealand, on Thursday 28 June, as part of an IT20 Tri-Series.

Click here to book tickets

Supporters can also look forward to seeing South Africa v New Zealand earlier in the day, as a match ticket includes entry to both matches!.

  • South Africa v New Zealand (1.00pm)
  • England v New Zealand (5.40pm)

It has been a historic year for women’s cricket in 2017 and Gloucestershire Cricket were delighted to be involved in the ICC Women’s World Cup.  Eight matches were played at The Brightside Ground, Bristol, including England’s memorable semi-final win over South Africa which attracted a record-crowd for a group stage match.

We look forward to welcoming England, New Zealand and South Africa back to Bristol in June .

Tickets for the day (when bought in advance) are just £1 in for U16’s, and just £10 for adults!

Hospitality for the IT20 Tri-SeriesGrace-Room-300x158

Watch the IT20 Tri-Series in style at the Brightside Ground, Bristol.

For just £45 per person + VAT, guests can enjoy the Grace Room in the Bristol Pavilion which is the perfect way to enjoy watching the double header.

Click here for our Hospitality Package for the day.

More information about the IT20 Tri-Series

The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton, will also be involved in the tournament, hosting two double-header match-days. South Africa facing New Zealand then England on June 20 and England against South Africa and New Zealand on June 23.

The CloudFM County Ground, Chelmsford will host the Final between the two top-performing sides on July 1.

The IT20 Tri-Series takes on extra importance ahead of the ICC Women’s World Twenty20, to be played in the West Indies in November 2018.

Looking ahead to the summer Clare Connor, ECB Director of Women’s Cricket said:

“We are very excited to be staging two different series against high class opposition next summer with an expanded fixture list reflecting increased spectator interest in watching the England women’s team in action.

“Last summer’s World Cup success must be the watershed moment for our game that everyone is saying it could be. We will measure that through on-pitch performances, ticket sales, numbers of viewers and listeners and our ability to attract new fans and participants.

The 2018 schedule is an exciting one across both white ball formats and will ensure that more people around the country have the chance to watch the team.

“Both South Africa and New Zealand will be tough tests for England and we can expect a competitive and exciting summer of cricket ahead in both formats.”