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Matches: 5 Tests

Join us as England visit Australia in 2021-22 between 22nd November and 14th January for the Ashes!

Probably the biggest series in test cricket! The Ashes in Australia will provide excitement, disappointment and some spectacular cricket!
Register your interest in a package with International Cricket Tours to ensure you do not miss out!

**Update as per 18th May 2021**

England men’s Ashes tour of Australia will begin on 8 December in Brisbane and, for the first time since 1994-95, the final Test will be held in Perth.

The second Test will be a day-nighter in Adelaide (16-20 December) before the traditional Melbourne Boxing Day Test (26-30 December).

Sydney will host the fourth Test (5-9 January), before a potential decider at Perth’s Optus Stadium (14-18 January).

The multi-format Women’s Ashes begins on 27 January in Canberra.

Unfortunately the Ashes are not open for bookings from the UK at this time.

No packages available yet.

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Tour Schedule

Men’s Ashes schedule

First Test: 8-12 December – Gabba, Brisbane (00:00 GMT)

Second Test: 16-20 December – Adelaide Oval, Adelaide (d/n – 04:00 GMT)

Third Test: 26-30 December – MCG, Melbourne (23:30 GMT, 25 December)

Fourth Test: 5-9 January – SCG, Sydney (23:30 GMT, 4 January)

Fifth Test: 14-18 January – Optus Stadium, Perth (02:30 GMT)

Women’s Ashes schedule

Test: 27-30 January – Manuka Oval, Canberra (23:00 GMT, 26 January)

First T20: 4 February – North Sydney Oval, Sydney (08:10 GMT)

Second T20: 6 February – North Sydney Oval, Sydney (08:10 GMT)

Third T20: 10 February – Adelaide Oval, Adelaide (08:10 GMT)

First ODl: 13 February – Adelaide Oval, Adelaide (23:05 GMT, 12 February)

Second ODl: 16 February – Junction Oval, Melbourne (23:05 GMT, 15 February)

Third ODI: 19 February – Junction Oval, Melbourne (23:05 GMT, 18 February)

2017/18 Magellan Ashes Tour Testimonials


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[...]

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

Brisbane Cricket Ground, traditionally the curtain raiser for all Ashes tours, everyone knows the ‘first morning in Brisbane’ sets the scene.

Travel Guide

The Ashes

Matches: 5 Tests

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