The tickets have been available for every one of the 45 matches that will be played during the World Cup from 17th October to 14th November.
The tickets are starting at just 10 OMR (Rs. 1930) and 30 AED (Rs 606) in Oman and UAE respectively.
As reported earlier, all stadiums in the UAE will be operating at 70% capacity, while the Al Amerat stadium in Oman will only be accommodating 3000 fans inside the stadium.
The apex body has worked alongside the event hosts BCCI, Emirates Cricket Board, and Oman Cricket in making sure that the fans can be welcomed in a safe environment and have made sure to apply strict COVID 19 protocols at all venues. As part of the initiative, Abu Dhabi has also introduced new socially distanced ‘pods’ of a maximum of four spectators in some parts of the stadium.
Commenting on the announcement, Geoff Allardice, ICC Acting CEO said, “We are delighted to be welcoming fans back to international cricket in both Oman and the UAE to enjoy the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup. Our thanks to our hosts BCCI, Emirates Cricket Board (ECB) and Oman Cricket as well as the local governments in these regions for their support in ensuring fans could attend in a safe environment.”
Jay Shah, Honorary Secretary BCCI, said, “I am delighted that the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup will be played in front of cheering fans both in the UAE and Oman. My sincere thanks to the government of the UAE and Oman for paving the way for fans to return.”
Fans at the stadium will also be able to experience a host of entertainment options, including DJs, fan zones, etc. alongside cricket.