Much coveted tickets for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 semi-finals and the ICC Cricket World Cup final will begin to go on sale tomorrow (Monday) with the launch of the on-line ticket sales via the ICC’s official ticketing partner Kyazoonga.com
With the demand for tickets for the finale of the ICC’s flagship tournament expected to reach record levels, there is sure to be great demand for the proportion of online tickets which will go on sale tomorrow at 1pm Indian time (7.30am GMT).
Haroon Lorgat, the ICC Chief Executive said yesterday; “It was always to Central Organising Committee’s intention to ensure that cricket lovers from all over the world would be able to join in this celebration of our great game and that is why a number of tickets are being placed on the for internet sale. We have seen the tournament start amidst extraordinary scenes in Dhaka where the demand for tickets way outstripped supply yet tens of thousands of passionate supporters packed the streets around the Sher-e-Bangla Stadium so they could sample the remarkable atmosphere of the first match.
“I am sure that the passion for the ICC’s flagship event will have touched even greater levels by the time we reach the semi-finals in Colombo and Mohali on 29 and 30 March with the ICC Cricket World Cup final being held at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on 2 April. The on-line sale will be followed by a second phase where tickets are made available to the general public through the stadium box offices.”