The Board of Control for Cricket in India is likely to put tickets for the upcoming 50-over World Cup on sale online by August 10.
The development has come after BCCI Secretary Jay Shah held a meeting with state association in New Delhi on Thursday.
She has confirmed that the sale of tickets will be done once the entire process has been finalised and have asked each state body to share their finalised ticket prices with the Indian board by July 31.
No e-tickets for World Cup 2024:
The BCCI secretary underlined the fact that fans will have to use paper tickets to enter the stadium during mega event in India.
“We will make arrangement so that the physical tickets can be collected at seven-eight placed one week prior to the match. We will make it hassle-free. We will start the e-ticket system in bilateral games first,” Shah said during an interaction with the media.
About World Cup 2024:
The marquee event is all set to start from October 5 with defending champion England and New Zealand to play the opener at Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi stadium.
The 2023 ODI World Cup will conclude on November 19in Ahmedabad.