The 3aaa County Ground will host eight ICC Women’s World Cup matches this summer, including the tournament opener and the second semi-final.
With international cricket returning to Derby in June, here are the answers to the most frequently asked questions ahead of the tournament.
What fixtures are in Derby?
|Saturday 24 June||England vs India|
|Wednesday 28 June||South Africa vs New Zealand||Available|
|Sunday 2 July||India vs Pakistan||Limited|
|Wednesday 5 July||Sri Lanka vs India||Available|
|Sunday 9 July||West Indies vs Sri Lanka||Available|
|Wednesday 12 July||England vs New Zealand||Limited|
|Saturday 15 July||India vs New Zealand||Available|
|Thursday 20 July||Semi Final 2||Limited|
What time do the games start?
All games start at 10.30am and are scheduled to finish at 5.20pm. Gates will open at 8.30am.
1st Innings – 10.30am to 1.40pm
Innings break – 1.40pm to 2.10pm
2nd Innings – 2.10pm to 5.20pm
How do I buy tickets?
All tickets are available online from the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 ticket website.
Tickets are priced at £10 for Adults, Under-16s £2 and Students £5 for all group games. Tickets for the semi-final at Derby are £15 for Adults, Under-16s £2 and Students £5.
Tickets will be on sale on the gate at the Box Office by the main Pavilion entrance, if there are tickets still available.
Where can I sit?
All group match and semi-final tickets will be sold as General Admission, meaning that spectators can sit in any public area of the ground.
Can you re-enter the ground if you leave?
If you need to leave a venue you will need to make sure that your ticket is correctly scanned upon leaving the venue so that you are able to re-enter the venue again. A venue reserves the right to refuse entry to any person who has not followed this process.
Can Members use their Membership Cards to gain entry?
Unfortunately not. Derbyshire Membership does not include entry to ICC Women’s World Cup games.
Members can, however, purchase tickets at an exclusive discounted rate. To get access to the discounted tickets, simply use the exclusive Members discount code at the checkout when buying your tickets.
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Will the 3aaa Pavilion be open as usual?
The Pattonair Lounge will be open to all general ticket buyers at each match. Food and drink will be available. Further food and drink outlets will be open around the ground.
Where can I park and can I use my car park pass?
As the ICC Women’s World Cup is an ICC event, Derbyshire Car Park Passes will not gain you entry to the car parking facility. A limited amount of car park spaces will be open to the public on the Racecourse, located off St. Mark’s Road, priced at £5.
Can I bring food and drink into the ground?
You can bring food into the ground but bottles are not allowed by the ICC. Refreshments can be purchased from a variety of outlets at the ground.
Are dogs allowed in on matchdays?
Sadly not. Dogs are not allowed in the ground on ICC Women’s World Cup match days.
Will there be additional security checks at the gate?
Yes, there will be additional searches and bag searches on the gate on all ICC Women’s World Cup match days. We are advising spectators to plan their journeys in advance and give plenty of time to arrive. Safety of all spectators is our highest priority and thank spectators for their cooperation.
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