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International Cricket Tours is delighted to have been appointed Official Travel Agents!

PLEASE NOTE THIS TOUR HAS BEEN DELAYED BY THE ICC TO OCTOBER - NOVEMBER 2021
What better way to spend the autumn of 2021 but in Australia?
Played in prestigious venues across Australia in 2021, the ICC T20 World Cup is the flagship international Twenty20 tournament that takes place once every four years.
If none of our standard packages are suitable then please feel free to contact us for ticket-inclusive travel and tours enquiries and packages.

A word from Sara..

Explore Australia

Australia 2020 ICC T20 Men's World Cup

PLEASE NOTE THIS TOUR HAS BEEN DELAYED BY THE ICC TO OCTOBER – NOVEMBER 2021

The ICC T20 World Cup Australia 2020 is scheduled to be the seventh ICC T20 World Cup tournament, Sixteen teams will participate in the event, which starts in October 2021 and concludes in November 2021 at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG). The final will be held at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

With International Cricket Tours being appointed Official Travel Agents we have put together a range of packages offering the opportunity to tour with England as well as putting together modules to go and watch some of your favourite teams!

England tour packages for the ICC T20 World Cup

India match packages for the ICC T20 World Cup

Pakistan match packages for the ICC T20 World Cup

West Indies match packages for the ICC T20 World Cup

Match List - October

24 October      19:00   Match 1: Australia vs Pakistan, SCG, Sydney
24 October      19:00   Match 2: India vs South Africa, Perth Stadium, Perth
25 October      14:00   Match 3: A1 vs B2, Blundstone Arena, Hobart
25 October      19:00   Match 4: New Zealand vs Windies, MCG, Melbourne
26 October      14:00   Match 5: Afghanistan vs A2 Perth, Stadium, Perth
26 October     19:00   Match 6: England vs B1, Perth Stadium, Perth
27 October      19:00   Match 7: New Zealand vs B2, Blundstone Arena, Hobart
28 October      14:00   Match 8: Afghanistan vs B1, Perth Stadium, Perth
28 October      19:00   Match 9: Australia vs Windies, Perth Stadium, Perth
29 October      14:00   Match 10: Pakistan vs A1, SCG, Sydney
29 October      19:00   Match 11: India vs A2, MCG, Melbourne
30 October      19:30   Match 12: West Indies vs B2, Perth Stadium, Perth
30 October     19:00   Match 13: England vs South Africa, SCG Sydney
31 October      14:00   Match 14: Pakistan vs New Zealand, The Gabba, Brisbane
31 October      19:00   Match 15: Australia vs A1, The Gabba, Brisbane

Match List - November

1 November    14:00   Match 16: South Africa vs Afghanistan, Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
1 November    19:00   Match 17: India vs England, MCG, Melbourne
2 November    19:00   Match 18: A2 vs B1, SCG, Sydney
2 November    19:00   Match 19: New Zealand vs A1, The Gabba, Brisbane
3 November    14:00   Match 20: Pakistan vs Windies, Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
3 November    19:00   Match 21: Australia vs B2, Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
4 November    18:00   Match 22: England vs Afghanistan, The Gabba, Brisbane
5 November    14:00   Match 23: South Africa vs A2, Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
5 November    19:00   Match 24: India vs B1 , Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
6 November    14:00   Match 25: Pakistan vs B2, MCG, Melbourne
6 November    19:00   Match 26: Australia vs New Zealand, MCG, Melbourne
7 November    14:00   Match 27: England vs A2, Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
7 November    19:00   Match 28: Windies vs A1, MCG, Melbourne
8 November    14:00   Match 29: South Africa vs B1, SCG, Sydney
8 November    19:00   Match 30: India vs Afghanistan, SCG, Sydney
11 November  19:00   Match 31: First Semi-final, SCG, Sydney
12 November  18:30   Match 32: Second Semi-final, Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
15 November  18:00   Match 33: Final, MCG, Melbourne

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Venues

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Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne’s favourite architectural icon has played host to an Olympics, a Commonwealth Games, the Pope and Madonna.

Capacity: 20592

Whatever the weather, it makes for some exciting viewing. Smaller than the MCG and the Gabba, there’s still room for more than 20,000 in the[...]