TICKETS to see England’s world champion men’s T20 team take on Australia at the Ageas Bowl next summer have sold out.

This marks the fifth consecutive England men’s international at the venue in which tickets have sold out during the ballot period.

Over 90 per cent of tickets have also been sold for England women’s IT20 clash against New Zealand on July 6, 2024.

Tickets for the England women’s fixture are now on general sale, starting from £20 for adults and £5 for under-17s.

Hampshire’s Ageas Bowl has established itself as a venue within the international cricketing calendar, being selected to host regular fixtures. 

The next allocation of high-profile matches, running from 2025-2031 will see the Ageas Bowl host 35 days of international cricket over 19 international fixtures.

The allocation includes The Ageas Bowl being a host venue for a men’s Ashes test match in 2027 and a women’s Ashes test match in 2031.

David Mann, the Ageas Bowl CEO, said: ‘We’re delighted to have seen incredible demand for tickets to watch England’s men and women play here at the Ageas Bowl.

We are continuing to cement our place as one of the country’s most prominent sporting venues.

Through consistently strong ticket sales and a record allocation of international matches over the coming years, including the men’s and women’s Ashes, we are excited to welcome more supporters than ever before to our incredible venue.”

 In 2023, The Ageas Bowl saw record ticket sales and attendances, particularly around the increased popularity and interest in the women’s game.

This was supported by the venue’s Southern Vipers becoming the first women’s regional team to complete the domestic double, winning both the Charlotte Edwards Cup and Rachael Heyhoe-Flint Trophy.

The England women's Ashes ODI against Australia, hosted at the Ageas Bowl earlier this year, made history by being the venue’s first sold-out women’s international; the biggest ground to have done so in 2023.

The Hundred competition witnessed four sell-out crowds at each of Southern Brave’s matchdays and record crowds for the women’s Hundred.

Mann continued: “Whilst we are set to witness world-class cricketing action, The Ageas Bowl is a family venue with these fixtures proving to be the ideal family day out, at affordable pricing.

"There’s been a significant increase in attendances for women’s cricket across the UK, which we have seen directly here after a record-breaking year for attendances at The Ageas Bowl.”

Hospitality packages are available for both upcoming England international matches and are now the only way for fans to secure their place at the men’s T20, from £139+VAT.