Summer Cricket Guide

Here you'll find guidance around what you can and can't bring into the grounds and how to gain entry a little easier. Get ready for an epic summer of cricket!

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COVID-19

The wellbeing of our customers and staff is our number one priority. If you are attending an event at our venue, we recommend that you follow these guidelines:

  • Play it safe — wash your hands and maintain safe physical distancing where possible.
  • Scan the QR codes at our venue to assist with contact tracing.
  • Do not participate in any gatherings if you have COVID-19 symptoms or if you need to be in isolation for any reason.

Conditions of entry for international TEST matches

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What can i bring to a TEST match?

  • Empty plastic water bottles 
  • Deck chairs
  • Chilly bins
  • Umbrellas
  • Pushchairs
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What can't i bring to a TEST match?

  • Shade tents, covers or pup-tents
  • Alcohol not purchased at the venue
  • Open drink containers
  • Drinking containers larger than 1 litre
  • Commercially produced takeaway food 
  • Sound amplifiers such as air horns or loud hailers
  • Dangerous goods
  • Commercial Cameras including video cameras

Conditions of entry for International ODI & T20 matches 

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WHAT CAN I BRING TO A T20/ODI MATCH?

  • Empty plastic water bottles (up to 2.25L in size) 
  • Low fan chairs no more than 20cm in height
  • Soft-sided chilly bins
  • Non-alcoholic beverages in sealed plastic bottles up to 1 litre in size
  • Small amounts of non commercial food for personal consumption
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What can't i bring to a T20/ODI match?

  • Furniture including deck chairs, umbrellas, shade tents, blow-up chairs etc 
  • Shade tents, covers or pup-tents
  • Hard chilly bins
  • Sound amplifiers such as air horns or loud hailers
  • Alcohol not purchased at the venue
  • Drinking containers larger than 1 litre
  • Commercially produced takeaway food 
  • Dangerous goods
  • Pushchairs

Heads up!

It’s not uncommon for the cricket ball to be hit into areas where fans are. Please stay safe by keeping your eye on the ball and remind your friends and family to do the same.