Delhi World Cup match tickets: Prices for all fixtures revealed

The Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi is slated to host its share of the upcoming World Cup tournament starting on October 7. The venue will host its first fixture between South Africa and Netherlands followed by four other fixtures with the last one ending on November 6. With matches between underdogs like Afghanistan and Netherlands, fans are undoubtedly eager to get their hands on Delhi World Cup match tickets. 

So without further ado, let us jump in to review the ticket information in detail including prices and how to buy them online/offline.

How to buy Delhi World Cup match tickets

Fans can purchase Delhi World Cup match tickets through online and offline options as per their choice below:

  • Bookmyshow
  • Paytm
  • ICC website or app
  • Metro Stations and Retail Outlets (to be announced shortly) 

Booking online tickets are very simple, safe, and hassle-free. To secure your ticket booking, log on to Bookmyshow or Paytm to buy Delhi World Cup match tickets online. Fans can also book their tickets from the official ICC Cricket World Cup website or even the app. 

Delhi World Cup match tickets

Tickets might be delivered to individual addresses a few days prior to the start of the match. Fans will have to enter their address manually at the time of booking.  

However, according to our sources, there might be no sale of offline tickets. Tickets are available through online mode only and there are no counters on the stadium premises like the previous matches–although there seems to be an ongoing plan to distribute offline tickets via offline ticket counters and retail outlets that will be spread throughout the city.  

What is the price of Delhi World Cup match tickets?

The fare for the Delhi World Cup match tickets will vary between 850 INR (11 USD) to 18000 INR (218 USD). Despite the high prices, tickets get sold out at a rapid pace in a very limited amount of time. Prices will vary as per stand and in-built facilities selected at the time of the booking. Lower-end tickets are booked early as compared to higher-end tickets.

Delhi World Cup match ticket prices by stand

Arun Jaitley Stadium Delhi Stand TypeDelhi Stadium Ticket Prices
East Stand Second Floor850
West Stand Third Floor1250
East Stand First Floor1500
North East Stand Second Floor2000
North East Stand Third Floor2000
North West Stand Third Floor2000
North West Stand Ground Floor2250
West Stand Ground Floor2500
North East Stand Ground Floor Premium4000
North West Stand Ground Floor Premium4000
North West Stand First Floor Premium4000
Hill B South West5000
West Side Corporate Boxes15000
Platinum Gallery Bay Area18000

When will Delhi World Cup match tickets be available?

The sale of tickets will be announced post August 25, 2023. 

World Cup matches scheduled for Delhi 

Just like the prior venues, the Arun Jaitley Stadium will feature five World Cup matches between October 7 to November 6. The Indian cricket team will play its first game at Arun Jaitley Stadium against Afghanistan on 11 October 2023.

Day and DateTeams
Saturday, 7 October 2023South Africa vs Netherlands
Wednesday, 11 October 2023India vs Afghanistan
Saturday, 14 October 2023England vs Afghanistan
Wednesday, 25 October 2023Australia vs Sri Lanka
Monday, 6 November 2023Bangladesh vs Netherlands

Understanding the Arun Jaitley Stadium

The Arun Jaitley Stadium formerly known as Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium is present at Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, near the Firoz Shah Kotla Fort. The stadium was built in 1883, and it is the second oldest cricket ground in India after Eden Gardens. 

Arun Jaitley Stadium has continuously been renovated to keep up with the required standards. Over a period of time, the seating area now has the capacity to host over 45,000 fans. 


When will Delhi World Cup match tickets be available for sale? 

From Friday, August 25, 2023 onwards. 

Where can I purchase tickets online for the Cricket World Cup?

Tickets can be purchased primarily on Paytm, ICC, and Bookmyshow websites.

Can I purchase tickets offline for Arun Jaitley Stadium?

Potentially, but this not recommended as there is a high probability of ground authorities completely abandoning the offline sale of tickets.  

What is the list of prohibited items?

The list of prohibited items includes but not limited to – Coins, headphones, power banks, data cables, water bottles, and any type of edible or drinkable products.

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