England tickets soar on day one of general release
Sales soar as 2017 International tickets go on general sale at Emirates Old Trafford
At the start of the day, the Club had already sold over 14,000 tickets over both games to 2017 Lancashire Members and priority supporters, with the Test Match proving particularly popular with supporters.
England have an impressive record against South Africa in Test Cricket, winning 21 of the 35 Test series between the two nations. The Fourth Investec Test match between England and South Africa, starting on Friday 4th August will be the first time the Proteas have played a Test Match in Manchester since their draw back in 1998, with the hosts eager to win at the home of Lancashire County Cricket Club.
Meanwhile, England will take on the West Indies in the first Royal London One-Day International (D/N) on Tuesday 19th September and Trevor Bayliss’ side will be looking to get one over on the Caribbean outfit having been beaten in the World IT20 final earlier this year.
Tickets start from just £20 for adults and from £5 for juniors, whilst VIP Tickets start from £99 and hospitality from £249 + VAT.
Daniel Gidney, Chief Executive at Lancashire County Cricket Club said, “We’re delighted with how today’s sales have gone and it underlines the public’s support for international cricket in the North-West. Sales are stronger than expected at this stage which is great news and represents real progress for the venue.
“For those that regularly watch Test Match and One-Day International cricket, we urge you to book early to get your preferred seat and to avoid the disappointment of missing out on two great matches showcasing some of the world’s best players.”
You can secure your tickets by calling 08444 999 666 or by visiting our England 2017 tickets page.