One week to go! Get your tickets to watch Glos in T20 action in Bristol
26 April 2022
Gloucestershire’s opening T20 Vitality Blast match is just one week away!
The Shire travel to Middlesex on Thursday 26 May for the opening match of the 2022 tournament before returning to Bristol the following day, Friday 27 May, to face Sussex Sharks for their first home match of the Blast under the floodlights at the Seat Unique Stadium.
Dale Benkenstein’s side with play seven T20 matches at home during the 2022 campaign, giving fans the chance to be a part of a bumper summer of explosive 20-over cricket right here in Bristol.
During the course of the group stage, which begins on 26 May and ends on 3 July, Glos will welcome the likes of Somerset, Essex Eagles, Hampshire Hawks and last year’s champions, Kent Spitfires, to the Seat Unique Stadium.
Gloucestershire’s squad for this year’s tournament has been bolstered by the return of last summer’s fan favourite, big-hitter Glenn Phillips, and Pakistan international pace bowler, Naseem Shah. The Shire narrowly missed out on a place in the quarter-finals in 2021 but have high hopes of reaching the knockout stages this time around.
Have you purchased your T20 ticket yet? If not, here’s how you can get involved in the action!
You can buy tickets to any of Gloucestershire’s T20 home matches now by clicking here.
Alternatively, rather than buying tickets to individual matches, why not become a One Day Member for just £130 and gain access to ALL of Gloucestershire’s home T20 and Royal London One-Day Cup matches.
With a One Day Membership you’ll be able to watch all of Gloucestershire’s seven home T20s plus four home One-Day Cup matches.
Click here for more information and to buy Memberships.
*This only covers Gloucestershire domestic matches and does include Western storm or any other games that might be included in membership.
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