T20 World Cup 2020, Australia.

  • ERemit
  • 10 December, 2019
  • 5 minutes read
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The ICC T20 World Cup is the pinnacle global event for the fastest growing format of the game. In 2020, the world's best cricketers will be on show in Australia!

Details about T20 World Cup 2020

Here is a list of important details that one might need to plan to attend the most exciting cricket tournament of 2020.

When is the T20 World Cup 2020?

The ICC T20 World Cup starts on 18 October 2020 and the finals will be played on 15 November 2020.

T20 World Cup 2020 venues

See the T20 World Cup 2020 venue for qualifiers and the Super 12 matches.

Qualifiers:
  • Simonds Stadium, Geelong, Victoria
  • Bellerive Oval, Hobart, Tasmania
T20 Matches:
  • Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, New South Wales
  • Perth Stadium, Perth, Western Australia
  • Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Victoria
  • The Gabba, Brisbane, Queensland
  • Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, South Australia
Super 12’s, direct qualifying teams
  • West Indies
  • India
  • Australia
  • Pakistan
  • England
  • New Zealand
  • South Africa
  • Afghanistan
Direct qualifying teams into T20 global qualifier
  • Sri Lanka
  • Bangladesh
  • Winner of Group A
  • Winner of Group B
  • Runner-up of Group A
  • Runner-up of Group B

2019-End – Other Teams Fighting For Global Qualifiers

14 teams will be fighting for the top six spots of the first round of the T20 Global Qualifier.
  • Zimbabwe
  • Ireland
  • Scotland
  • Netherlands
  • Hong Kong
  • Oman
  • 8 teams from Africa, the Americas, Asia, East Asia-Pacific, and Europe
T20 World Cup fixtures and schedules

Find below the T20 World Cup 2020 schedule that exhibits the dates, teams, venue, and other match details. You can also visit ICC Website for more details.

First Round
Group A Group B
Sri Lanka Bangladesh
A2 B2
A3 B3
A4 B4
Fixtures
Date Match Venue
18 October Sri Lanka vs A3 Kardinia Park, Geelong
18 October A2 vs A4 Kardinia Park, Geelong
19 October Bangladesh vs B3 Bellerive Oval, Hobart
19 October B2 vs B4 Bellerive Oval, Hobart
20 October A3 vs A4 Kardinia Park, Geelong
20 October Sri Lanka vs A2 Kardinia Park, Geelong
21 October B3 vs B4 Bellerive Oval, Hobart
21 October Bangladesh vs B2 Bellerive Oval, Hobart
22 October A2 vs A3 Kardinia Park, Geelong
22 October Sri Lanka vs A4 Kardinia Park, Geelong
23 October B2 vs B3 Bellerive Oval, Hobart
23 October Bangladesh vs B4 Bellerive Oval, Hobart
Super 12
Group 1 Group 2
Pakistan India
Australia England
New Zealand South Africa
West Indies Afghanistan
Group A winner Group B winner
Group B runner-up Group A runner-up
Fixtures
Date Match Venue
24 October Australia vs Pakistan Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
24 October India vs South Africa Perth Stadium, Perth
25 October Group A winner vs Group B runner-up Bellerive Oval, Hobart
25 October New Zealand vs West Indies Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
26 October Afghanistan vs Group A runner-up Perth Stadium, Perth
26 October England vs Group B winner Perth Stadium, Perth
27 October New Zealand vs Group B runner-up Bellerive Oval, Hobart
28 October Afghanistan vs Group B winner Perth Stadium, Perth
28 October Australia vs West Indies Perth Stadium, Perth
29 October Pakistan vs Group A winner Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
29 October India vs Group A runner-up Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
30 October England vs South Africa Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
30 October West Indies vs Group B runner-up Perth Stadium, Perth
31 October Pakistan vs New Zealand The Gabba, Brisbane
31 October Australia vs Group A winner The Gabba, Brisbane
1 November South Africa vs Afghanistan Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
1 November India vs England Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
2 November Group A runner-up vs Group B winner Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
2 November New Zealand vs Group A winner The Gabba, Brisbane
3 November Pakistan vs West Indies Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
3 November Australia vs Group B runner-up Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
4 November England vs Afghanistan The Gabba, Brisbane
5 November South Africa vs Group A runner-up Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
5 November India vs Group B winner Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
6 November Pakistan vs Group B runner-up Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
6 November Australia vs New Zealand Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
7 November England vs Group A runner-up Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
7 November West Indies vs Group A winner Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
8 November South Africa vs Group B winner Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
8 November India vs Afghanistan Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
Ticket prices for T20 World Cup 2020

Find below the ticket prices for final and semi-final matches taking place in Australia. You can book your tickets online at ICC Website.

ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Final, 15th November
Category A Category B Category C Category D Category E
Adult $395 $295 $225 $175 $120
Child - - $60 $40 $20
ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Semi-Final 1, 11th November
Category A Category B Category C Category D Category E
Adult $245 $215 $170 $140 $90
Child - - $50 $35 $20
ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Semi-Final 2, 12th November
Category A Category B Category C Category D Category E
Adult $165 $125 $80 $40 $40
Child - - $20 $10 $10
Things to keep in mind preparing for the World Cup T20 2020

Here are a few things that one should keep in mind when planning to attend the T20 World Cup in the year 2020.

When do the match tickets go live?

The chances of World Cup tickets getting sold out early are pretty high. It is always better to be aware about the dates of registration to avoid any kind of disappointment. For T20 World Cup 2020 the sale of tickets would commence on 18th October for both qualifiers and Super 12 matches.

How to reach T20 World Cup, 2020?

Since Australia is one of the most popular and loved countries amongst flocks of travellers, commuting to this destination has been made much easier and feasible. The fastest and the most common mode of reaching this beautiful country is via airways. Australia is well-connected with the major parts of the world through airways only. The country has no land connection with the majority of the world. This country is home to several international airports, with Melbourne and Sydney being the busiest.

Booking your flight tickets

In order to avoid getting disappointed of non-availability of flight tickets and last minute booking and extra charges, one should make sure that they book their tickets well-in-advance. It is advised that one books their flight tickets during the ‘Prime Booking Window’. This period is at least four months to a maximum of three weeks before the day of departure.

Finding your accommodation

There is no dearth of places to stay in Australia, irrespective of what the budgets of travellers are. You can easily find an accommodation of your choice online at sites like HotelsCombined, Expedia.com.au, Groupon, Wotif, Hotels.com, Booking.com etc

What to pack?

Australia experiences an extremely pleasant and welcoming weather in the months of October and November. Since it’s neither too hot nor too cold, one should pack the following things when traveling to the land of the Outback for the biggest cricket tournament of the year.

Outfits: T-shirts, trousers, jeans, dresses, comfortable shoes, and a light jacket or hoodie

Electronics: Camera, rechargeable batteries, multi-pin chargers

Accessories and cosmetics: Hat, sunnies, wet wipes, sunscreen, mosquito repellents.