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The Ageas Bowl To Host Two Huge England Internationals In 2022

– Ballot Open For Ticket Applications

The England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has announced its Men’s Major Match Schedule for 2022, with confirmation that The Ageas Bowl will host two Vitality IT20s.

England Men will visit the home of Hampshire Cricket for an IT20 clash with India on Wednesday 6 July before returning to face South Africa in the same format on Sunday 31 July.

The announcement comes in a year which has seen The Ageas Bowl host the inaugural ICC World Test Championship Final and after a bumper 2020 with nine internationals taking place at the venue.

Demand for both fixtures is expected to be high following record demand for recent England matches at The Ageas Bowl which saw England’s last Vitality IT20 at the ground selling out before the start of general sale, and tickets will be allocated via a ballot.

This ballot is open now and available to enter at


The free-to-enter ballot closes on Friday 8th October and results will be shared with applicants on Tuesday 12th October. Entering the ballot does not mean entrants are committed to purchase tickets if they’re successful while ticket buyers will be protected by The Ageas Bowl’s rigorous ‘Buy With Confidence’ refund policy.

A range of hospitality packages are also available for both fixtures with supporters able to pre-register for priority access - to find out more and pre-register please visit .

As ever, Hampshire Cricket Members will get first access to England tickets with 2022 Members able to get their hands on tickets before the ballot closes. Details of 2022 Hampshire Cricket Membership will be released on Friday (10th September) with Members able to purchase their tickets for next summer’s Vitality IT20s from as early as 22nd September. For more information on Hampshire Cricket Membership please visit

The Ageas Bowl Chief Executive David Mann said: “It’s always a special occasion when we host the world’s best players and we’re looking forward to another bumper summer of cricket in 2022. It’s been great to be able to welcome supporters back to the ground this year and we’re delighted cricket fans in the south will get the opportunity to enjoy yet more world-class action at the venue next year.”

Situated an hour or less away from London, Brighton, Portsmouth and Reading, The Ageas Bowl is easily accessible for anyone living in the South of England. With excellent transport links from all major stations in the area, it couldn’t be easier to get to and from the venue.


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