Media Release Sri Lanka Cricket wishes to inform the general public that the second T 20 of the above tour, which was to be played on the 12th of November has been Re Scheduled for the 11th of November at the same venue. This is in respect of the 12th of November being declared a National Day of Mourning. Tickets purchased for the 12th November (2nd T20) are valid for the 11th November 2015. As a mark of respect, Musical Instruments (Papare Bands) will not be permitted to be played on this day.
wOw.lk, Sri Lanka’s premier ecommerce site, entered into an agreement with Sri Lanka Cricket to exclusively manage and operate an online ticketing portal for all international cricket matches hosted in the Sri Lanka. From 9th of October onwards, all tickets for matches in Sri Lanka, will be available online on www.srilankacricket.lk and www.wow.lk/srilankacricket. WoW.lk is owned and operated by Digital Commerce Lanka (Pvt) Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Dialog Axiata PLC, the principle sponsor of Sri Lanka Cricket. Commenting on this agreement, Ashley De Silva, Chief Executive Officer of Sri Lanka Cricket Opined “Providing convenient and digital access mediums for the local base of fans has always been in the road map for us. We are very pleased to… Read More →
Media Release Sri Lanka Cricket wishes to announce that Tickets for the 1st T20I to be played tomorrow 30th July 2015 is SOLD OUT. Security checks will be strictly enforced and Fans are requested to arrive early to the stadium to facilitate the smooth entry into the grounds.
Sri Lanka Cricket wishes to announce that Tickets for all international matches are ONLY sold at the following locations: SLC Ticket counter, Maitland Place Colombo 7, Match Venues (Within the respective Cricket Stadium) and Selected Dialog Service centres. Online Tickets could be purchased through our official web site. *Please kindly note Sri Lanka v Pakistan T20I series “online tickets” are sold out, Tickets are available at SLC Ticket counter. The Fans are cautioned not to purchase tickets from any other source or website as it may be counterfeits. Tickets purchased outside SLC outlets can risk being rejected at the entrance!
R. Premadasa International Cricket Stadium – Colombo Sight screen north: Corporate Boxes – Rs. 7,000.00 Block A: Upper Level, Corporate Boxes – Rs. 5,000.00 Grand Stand, Top Level – Rs. 4,000.00 Block A: Upper Level – Rs. 2,000.00 Block A: Lower Level – Rs. 1,000.00 Block B: Upper Level – Rs. 2,000.00 Block B: Lower Level – Rs. 1,000.00 Block C: Upper Level – Rs. 500.00 Block C: Lower Level – Rs. 200.00 Block D: Upper Level – Rs. 500.00 Block D: Lower Level – Rs. 200.00 Tickets available only 10 days prior to each match at: SLC Headquarters, R.Premadasa Stadium Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium – Hambantota Grand Stand, Level 1 – Rs. 2,500.00 Grand Stand, Level 1, Boxes – Rs…. Read More →
Media Release Sri Lanka Cricket wishes to announce the Refund procedure for the tickets purchased for the 2nd ODI which was to be played in Colombo on the 27th of August 2014. Refunds will take place from the 2nd of September 2014 to the 10th of September 2014 from 10 am to 3.30 pm at the SLC head office, 35, Maitland Place, Colombo 7. It is compulsory for the Ticket holders to produce the original ticket purchased in order to receive the refund. Tickets purchased through the Internet will be refunded to the same Credit Card used for the purchase. however the ticket holders who have collected the original tickets should produce the original tickets issued for the Internet purchase… Read More →
Media Release Sri Lanka Cricket wishes to announce that All Tickets purchased for the 2nd ODI which was to be played at R.Premadasa Stadium on the 27th of August 2014, will be refunded by Sri Lanka Cricket from the 2nd September to 10th September 2014 between 9 am and 4 pm. Further Entrance for the the 2nd ODI which will be played on the 26th of August 2014 in Hamabantota will be open to the public FREE OF CHARGE except for the main pavilion and the Grand Stand.
Media Release At a meeting held today with regard to the above, a decision has been taken to conduct the 2nd ODI in Hambanthota due to the bad weather condition in Colombo. The Match is advanced by one day to the 26th of August 2014 and will be played as a Day Night game. 27th of August would be the Rain Reserve Day. This decision was taken on a request from the National Curator where he had confirmed that the ground will not be fit to play the 2nd ODI in Colombo on the 27th of August 2014. Due to the continuous bad weather condition the ground is soggy and the pitch is not in good playing condition since it… Read More →
Date Match Venue Wed 26 Nov 1st ODI (D/N) RPICS * Sat 29 Nov 2nd ODI (Day) RPICS* Wed 3 Dec 3rd ODI (D/N) MRICS Sun 7 Dec 4th ODI (Day) RPICS* Wed 10 Dec 5th ODI (D/N) PICS* Sat 13 Dec 6th ODI (Day) PICS* Tue 16 Dec 7th ODI(D/N) RPICS (* denotes provision for a reserve day) Click here for ONLINE TICKETS
ICC Media Release “We all know that it’s the biggest event that you can participate in,” says Mathews “We’re a side that is capable of winning big matches and high-profile tournaments,” says Misbah “We’re certainly one of the most dangerous teams,” says de Villiers “We need to start winning more matches and series,” says Bravo With exactly one year to go before the first ball is bowled in Christchurch in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, Angelo Mathews of Sri Lanka, Misbah-ul-Haq of Pakistan and South Africa’s AB de Villiers preview ICC’s flagship event and talk about their sides’ preparations for the prestigious tournament. Mathews, who missed the final against India in Mumbai in 2011 due to an injury, said… Read More →
Tickets to a once–in-a-generation sporting event – the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 – went on general public sale today, one year from the start of the tournament on 14 February 2015. The tournament is one of the biggest sporting events in the world, and organisers are expecting more than one million people to attend matches in Australia and New Zealand and more than one billion to watch the global broadcast. Tickets can be purchased at www.cricketworldcup.com and from Ticketek outlets across Australia and New Zealand. Children’s tickets are available for every match in the tournament, including the final. All children’s tickets for the pools stage are $5. Prices for adults start from just $20. To mark the occasion, countdown… Read More →
Hambantota (ODIs D/N) 10th & 12th Dambulla (ODI – Day) 16th Kandy (T20Is) 19th & 21st Corporate Box Level 3 – Rs 750 Corporate Box Level 4 – Rs 1500 Grandstand Level 2 Corporate Box – Rs 1500 Corporate Box Level 5 – Rs 500 Grandstand Level 3 – Rs 750 Grandstand Top Level Corporate Box – Rs 1000 Grandstand Level 5 – Rs 300 Grandstand Level 5 – Rs 500 Grandstand Top Level A – Rs 500 Grandstand Level 1 – Rs 200 Block A & B – Rs 200 A Lower – Rs 300 Grandstand Level 7 – Rs 400 Block C,D,E,F,H – Rs 100 B Lower – Rs 300 East & West Seating – Rs 100 Sigiriya… Read More →
Date and Time Match Details and Series Sun, Nov 10th 1st ODI - Sri Lanka vs New Zealand MRICS – Hambantota Tue, Nov 12th 2nd ODI - Sri Lanka vs New Zealand MRICS – Hambantota Sat, Nov 16th 3rd ODI - Sri Lanka vs New Zealand RDICS, Dambulla Tue, Nov 19th 1st T20I - Sri Lanka vs New Zealand PICS, Kandy Thu, Nov 21st 2nd T20I - Sri Lanka vs New Zealand PICS, Kandy Click here for ONLINE TICKETS
The International Cricket Council (ICC) yesterday announced the match schedules and ticket sale plans for the ICC World Twenty20 Bangladesh 2014, which will be staged from 16 March to 6 April. The West Indies’ men will defend the title they won last year in Colombo while Australia’s women will aim to complete a hat-trick of titles after having won the previous two finals in Barbados and Colombo. As many as 60 tournament matches (35 men’s and 25 women’s) will be played across Chittagong, Dhaka and Sylhet in the 22-day tournament. As in the past, the women’s semi-finals and final will be held on the same day as the men’s semi-finals and final, and at the same venue. The format for… Read More →
Sri Lanka Cricket wishes to announce, that South Africa will arrive tomorrow (Monday) in Sri Lanka on a 5 ODI & 3 T20 matches to be played from the 20th of July 2013 onwards. The world famous Proteas will go all out to beat the Lions in their homeland and it will be explosive cricket all around in the next few weeks. South Africa who first came to Sri Lanka in 1993 under the captaincy of Kepler Wessels, are on their 3rd tour of Sri Lanka. Proteas will play in Colombo, Kandy & move on to Hambantota for the final two T20 matches on this tour. the full schedule is attached herewith. Sri Lankan cricket fans will see their hero’s take the field for… Read More →