Cricket Returns to Lord's
After a year without crowds, we are looking forward to welcoming you back to Lord’s to enjoy all that the Home of Cricket has to offer.
We will be going on sale with our two men’s international fixtures at 10.00 on Monday 18 January 2021 on a first come, first served basis.
England’s men will take on familiar foes Pakistan in a Royal London One-Day International in July. The visitors will be out to improve on their performance in 2020, when they claimed a solitary victory over England in the T20 International series.
In August, a mouth-watering LV= Insurance Test Match against India will follow, which is part of what is bound to be an ultra-competitive series between two of the world’s best sides.
We are experiencing unprecedented demand and long queues, but limited tickets are still available.
We are aware of an issue that some are experiencing and are working hard to resolve this as soon as we can. We're sorry for any inconvenience caused and thank you for your patience.
Please Note: We strongly advise that customers set up a Lord's account, or login to their existing account, via lords.org before entering the queue. This can be done by clicking the Login button at the top right of the page.
Celebrate the return of watching live cricket at the most iconic ground in the world, in one of our outstanding hospitality venues.
We have a varied top order of hospitality available, suitable for a range of occasions and budgets, each celebrating our unique heritage and exquisite food to ensure a perfect day at Lord’s.
We’re looking forward to welcoming you back to the Home of Cricket with friends, colleagues or clients to enjoy our exceptional hospitality, as well as top-level cricket action, in luxury.
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Ticket Refund Promise
Of course, in these uncertain times, things may change, and the safety of all our visitors will remain our priority. During 2020, we have worked hard to ensure Lord’s is Covid-secure. We have strict policies and procedures in place and we comply with the UK Government, the Sports Ground Safety Authority, Westminster City Council and the ECB guidelines.
Whilst we’re hoping for full crowds and a summer of cricket to remember, these fixtures are provisional and we cannot guarantee the dates or that we will be allowed full capacity at either match.
However, to give you peace of mind, our refund policy, in line with the ECB, means that if your ticket is cancelled due to the game not going ahead, or capacities being reduced, you will receive a full refund.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I purchase tickets?
Tickets go on sale on a first come, first served, basis at 10.00 on Monday 18 January.
Tickets can be purchased only via the official Lord’s Ticket website.
You will need to have an account set up in order to purchase tickets. We recommend you check/create your account prior to tickets going on sale. To do this you can click login at the top right hand side of the page.
We will accept payments made by credit or debit card only and all tickets will be issued electronically.
How many tickets can I purchase?
Tickets to watch cricket at Lord’s are always popular and we are expecting exceptional demand for this season.
Each individual can purchase the following:
• England v Pakistan ODI – maximum 2 tickets
• England v India Test Match Days 1-3 – maximum 2 tickets over these 3 days
• England v India Test Match Day 4 – maximum 4 tickets
Will the Ground be full, and if not, will I get a refund?
Covid-19 has affected virtually every aspect of our lives and has dominated our plans for the 2021 season. However, we are hopeful for the summer and tickets are available on the basis of Lord’s operating at full capacity.
In the event that limits are placed on how many spectators we are able to accommodate, we will refund all tickets sold to the public (via an automatic process) and a re-sale process will follow, in line with the reduced capacity.
If matches are to be played behind closed doors, all tickets will be automatically refunded.
Please ensure you read the 2021 Terms & Conditions for the Sale and Allocation of Tickets for detailed information on our refund policy.
What Safety Measures Will Be In Place?
The health and safety of everyone attending a match day is our priority. During 2020, our teams have been working to ensure we can safely welcome visitors and spectators back to Lord’s. We have, and will continue to work very closely with the relevant authorities to ensure the Ground is safe for cricket matches to take place and that we comply with all the appropriate regulations from the UK Government, The Sports Ground Safety Authority and Westminster City Council.
We are also working closely with the ECB who continue to liaise with government, other sports governing bodies and across the industry to plan and deliver the safe return of spectators to live cricket.
We have policies and procedures in place to effectively manage the risk of COVID-19.
We ask everyone coming to Lord’s to do their bit in keeping safe. In advance of coming to the Ground as a spectator, you will be advised of the required health and safety measures that may be in place at the time. These measures may include, but may not be limited to, the following:
• Spectator Code of Conduct – a commitment from all match day attendees to adhere to any safety measures outlined and NOT to attend if they or any members of their household or ‘bubble’ are displaying symptoms of Covid-19 or have been asked to self-isolate
• Test & Trace – we may request contact details for all attendees, in line with government guidance
• Hygiene and Cleaning – increased hygiene measures will be in place on site in all spectator areas with hand sanitation points all around the Ground.
• Managed Entry/Exit/Circulation – Arrival, departure and spectator circulation will be carefully planned and may be staggered. There will be increased signage, instructions, and guidance from our Stewards to ensure the safety of all attendees, in line with government and ECB guidance.
When And How Will I Receive My Tickets?
You will receive a confirmation email upon purchase.
Match tickets will be sent to you electronically nearer to the date of the respective matches and can be printed or used on your electronic device to gain entry. No hard copy tickets will be issued.