Domestic Ticket Ballot Opens Monday 1 March

20 February 2021

From Monday 1 March, Gloucestershire Cricket will be running a ticket ballot for domestic fixtures this upcoming season.

With the full fixture schedule now announced, now is the time to plan your summer ahead of our domestic ticket ballot opening.

All supporters, including 2021 Members will need to register their interest for tickets via the ballot from Monday 1 March.

For the 2021 cricket season, Gloucestershire Cricket Members will be prioritised and at the front of the queue should there be any capacity restrictions. Supporters who have rolled over their domestic tickets from 2020 will also be prioritised.

If you would like to become a Gloucestershire Cricket Member in 2021, please click here and purchase membership today.

To look at all of our 2021 fixtures, please visit our fixture page here.

Vitality Blast

Gloucestershire’s Vitality Blast campaign will begin away at Glamorgan on Thursday 10 June before we welcome Sussex Sharks to the Bristol County Ground on Friday 11 June in our floodlit home opener.

The mouth-watering home derby fixture against rivals Somerset will take place at the Bristol County Ground on Thursday 1 July. Make sure you mark this one down in your diaries.

The Cheltenham Cricket Festival will play host to two Vitality Blast matches against Middlesex (Friday 9 July) and Surrey (Friday 16 July).

Vitality Blast home fixtures below:

Royal London Cup

The Royal London Cup group games will be played in the height of the summer with Gloucestershire’s opening match of the competition against Lancashire commencing on Sunday 25 July at the Bristol County Ground.

In total, The Shire will play four 50-over matches at home over the course of two weeks with the final home fixture against Hampshire on Friday 6 August.

Gloucestershire’s Royal London Cup group (Group A) is made up of teams from across the country, a difference to previous years in which the groups were split between the north and south.

Gloucestershire’s opponents in the group phase are Lancashire, Durham, Hampshire, Sussex, Worcestershire, Essex, Middlesex and Kent.

Royal London Cup fixtures below:

Speaking on receiving the remaining 2021 fixtures, Gloucestershire Cricket Chief Executive, Will Brown said:

“To have our Vitality Blast and Royal London Cup schedules confirmed is very exciting. This completes our 2021 calendar, and we can now look forward to an exciting season of domestic cricket in Bristol and Cheltenham.

We are very much looking forward to both competitions as we look to capitalise on the excellent progress made from 2020 when we reached the Vitality Blast Finals Day for the first time in over a decade.”

To look at all of our 2021 fixtures, please visit our fixture page here.

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