Ashes 2023 tickets: How to buy for England vs Australia series next summer

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The 2023 Ashes men’s and women’s games have been announced with details on how to get tickets.

England will play host next summer as they seek to regain the historic urn, which Australia won decisively in the men’s and women’s playoffs last year.

Women’s Ashes will feature a five-day Test match, rather than the normal four-day version, for the first time at Trent Bridge, while Lord’s, the Kia Oval, Edgbaston, The Ageas Bowl, Seat Unique Stadium and the County of Cooper Associates Ground are the other grounds hosting matches in the multi-format series

The five-test men’s series will take place at Edgbaston, Lord’s, Headingley, Old Trafford and Kia Oval.

Clare Connor, Acting Chief Executive of ICC, said: “Next summer will be huge for the women of England and the men of England. There are few more special events in English sport than an Ashes home series and I know Heather [Knight]Well [Stokes]and their teams, will be excited and motivated by the challenge of finding the Ashes.

But how can fans buy tickets and what are the times? Here’s everything you need to know.

How to Buy Ashes Tickets

There is a ballot for the men’s and women’s series which is now open. Fans should go to ecb.co.uk/tickets to enter.

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Men’s Ashes Series

Friday June 16-Tuesday June 20: 1st LV= Insurance Test Match, England Men v Australia Men, Edgbaston, 11 a.m.

Wednesday 28 June-Sunday 2 July: 2nd LV= Insurance Test Match, England Men v Australia Men, Lord’s, 11am

Thursday July 6-Monday July 10: 3rd LV= Insurance Test Match, England Men v Australia Men, Headingley, 11 a.m.

Wednesday July 19-Sunday July 23: 4th LV= Insurance Test Match, England Men v Australia Men, Emirates Old Trafford, 11 a.m.

Thursday 27 July-Monday 31: 5th LV= Insurance Test Match, England Men v Australia Men, The Kia Oval, 11am

Ashes series for women

Thursday June 22-Monday June 26: LV= Insurance Test Match, England Women v Australia Women. Trent Bridge, 11 a.m.

Saturday July 1: 1st Vitality IT20, England Women vs Australia Women, Edgbaston, 6:35 p.m.

Wednesday 5 July: 2nd Vitality IT20, England Women vs Australia Women, The Kia Oval, 6pm

Saturday 8 July: 3rd Vitality IT20, England Women vs Australia Women, Lord’s, 6.35pm

Wednesday 12 July: 1st ODI, England Women v Australia Women, Seat Unique Stadium, Bristol, 1pm

Sunday 16 July: 2nd ODI, England Women v Australia Women, The Ageas Bowl, 11am

Tuesday 18 July: 3rd ODI, England Women v Australia Women, Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton, 1pm

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Peter Kavinsky

Peter Kavinsky is the Executive Editor at cablefreetv.org

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