2019 ICC Cricket World Cup priority ticket ballot opens
The 2019 Cricket World Cup runs from May 30 to July 14, with England playing South Africa at The Oval in the opening game
Last Updated: 07/05/18 2:48pm
Tickets for the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup in England & Wales are now available, via the 'Cricket Family' ballot.
The cricket family includes all individuals in the ECB database of county cricket members, previous ticket-buying customers, fans, volunteers and associated partners.
Next year's tournament takes place from May 30 to July 14, 2019, with hosts - and the recently-crowned No 1 ODI side - England kicking off things off against South Africa at The Oval.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Managing Director Steve Elworthy said: "With demand expected to be high, we are providing a priority ballot opportunity for the 'cricket family' all over the world to apply for tickets.
"Our ticketing strategy has been designed to reward the players, coaches, umpires and supporters who make up the cricket family via priority access. They can apply for tickets for themselves, and their friends and families, including their children.
"This promises to be the greatest and most inclusive ICC Cricket World Cup ever as we prepare to welcome people from the United Kingdom and from all over the world."
Fans unsuccessful in the Cricket Family Ballot will have a further opportunity to access tickets by entering the public ballot, which will be launched in July.
The host venues for the 2019 World Cup are Lord's, The Oval, Bristol County Ground, County Ground Taunton, Hampshire Bowl, Cardiff Wales Stadium, The Riverside Durham, Old Trafford, Headingley and Edgbaston.