On June 24, England will host the Women's World Cup in Derby in Derby, and the Australian champion defense will begin two days later in the game against Westton's West Indians.
New Zealand and Sri Lanka will also be active during the month-long tournament opening day. The round robin group stage will be followed by semi-finals in Bristol and Derby before the Lord's finals on July 23rd. This is the first time England has finished New Zealand since 1993 with 67 runs.
The weekend for all eight teams will be two days. On Sunday, July 2, the four games included the trans-Tazman clash between India, Australia, New Zealand and Pakistan. On Saturday, July 15th, after the round robin stage is over, eight will play again.
Group tickets will be sold on March 8 at 12pm GMT, International Women's Day. Adult prices are £ 10 for students (ages 17-23) and £ 2 for children under 16 years old. Semi-final tickets start at 15 pounds for adults, the last ticket starts at 30 pounds, and tickets start at 20 pounds for £ 10 for silver bands and £ 5 for under 16 pounds.
David Richardson, CEO of ICC, said, “We are looking forward to an exciting tournament and we are looking forward to competition in the face of unprecedented levels of support.” "We have already sold 9000 tickets for the finals at Lord & # 39; s. These tickets are well suited for the rest of the events that will be sold today. I know you can count on sports. "
India, Pakistan, South Africa, and Sri Lanka have secured their place in the World Cup at a recent qualifying event in Sri Lanka.
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