We’re looking forward to welcoming you to Home of Cricket for the inaugural The Hundred tournament to watch Lord’s based men’s and women’s team, London Spirit.
Spirit take on tournament rivals in the Group stages as well as the men’s and women’s Finals day. The information below relates to the following double-header matches:
Sunday 25 July – London Spirit v Oval Invincibles – first game 11:00
Thursday 29 July – London Spirit v Trent Rockets – first game 15:00
Sunday 1 August – London Spirit v Southern Brave – first game 14:30
Tuesday 3 August – London Spirit v Northern Superchargers – first game first game 15:00
Saturday 21 August – Men’s and Women’s Finals Day – first game 15:00
Remember, your ticket gives you access to both the men’s and women’s matches on the same day, so make sure you get there for the first game and make the most of your day. Gates open two hours before the start of play of the first game.
Entry to the match
Admission to all Hundred matches at Lord’s is via The Hundred App only. Mobile tickets allow you to enter the Ground with a quick scan of your QR code from your mobile device. Tickets can be easily shared and forwarded onto each person attending.
To download the app please visit the App Store for iPhone or Google Play for Android.
Your ticket information (seat details and gate information) will appear on the App no later than 48 hours before match day. Your QR code will not appear until 24 hours before the match day.
Please note that you will need to complete the Covid-19 waiver questionnaire for the QR code to appear. This comprises three questions:
Today, or in the last 14 days, have you had any of the following symptoms: high temperature, a new continuous cost or a loss of, or change to, your sense of smell or taste?
Today, or in the last 14 days, are you self-isolating having been contacted by the NHS Test and Trace services or after returning/entering the UK?
Today, or in the last 14 days, have you or anyone in your household tested positive for COVID-19?
For all ticket enquires and to read The Hundred FAQs click here.
If you need help using the App or have any questions you can call The Hundred helpline on 0333 300 0100 or click here to contact the team online.
Covid-19 safety and guidance
The health and safety of everyone visiting Lord’s is our highest priority. Whilst the Government’s restrictions have been eased, Covid-19 is still in circulation and we understand that some people are likely to feel more comfortable than others about attending large events.
Visitors do not have to show proof of double vaccination or provide a negative Lateral Flow Test, however, we are strongly encouraging all visitors to take a test if you have not been double jabbed at least two weeks prior to attending.
All staff working at Lord’s are required to show proof of a negative Lateral Flow Test taken within 72 hours of match day.
You must not visit the Ground if you feel unwell before you leave the house or have any doubts about your health. You must not come to the Ground if you or someone in your household has tested positive for COVID-19 and you are self-isolating as a result, or if you have received an alert from the NHS COVID-19 Test and Trace app asking you to self-isolate.
To protect each other and help everyone feel comfortable and able to enjoy their day at Lord’s, please follow the guidance below:
Please take sensible measures to protect yourself and those around you
Please wear your face covering (unless you are exempt) when moving around the Ground, at bars and food outlets, in our shops and when moving around any indoor area – remember ‘Masks on the move’
Please follow the one-way signs to help ease congestion and flow of movement around the Ground
Please wash your hands thoroughly and regularly and use hand sanitiser provided and we will continue our increased hygiene and cleaning measures.
Avoid busy or congested areas
We encourage you to scan the Covid-19 NHS Test and Trace App and complete the required details either on arrival or within the Ground
If you feel unwell, inform a steward and follow their instructions
Food and drink
From fish and chips to ice cream, and Crepes to Korean Fried Chicken, our food and drink options include Halal, vegetarian and vegan treats to keep you content throughout the day.
There are plenty of bars serving both non-alcoholic and alcoholic drinks including Dark's Bar, WG's Bar and the Bicentenary Bar as well as specialty outlets including the Great Wine Company Bar.The upper stands of the Compton and Edrich stands are designated non-alcohol areas. Please note that bars will close at the end of play.
You can also bring in your own picnic which you can enjoy at one of our picnic locations or the Coronation Garden.
If you would like to bring in your own drink, please note that you may bring in one bottle of wine or Champagne (max. 750ml); or two cans/bottles of beer/cider (max. 500ml each); or two cans of premixed aperitifs (max. 330ml each).
With 25 water fountains at Lord’s, spectators are encouraged to bring their own refillable bottles to top-up around the ground.
Food and Drink
The TAVERN PUB
For Sunday matches, the Lord’s Tavern is open from 11:00 to 22:00, serving food and drinks throughout the day. Sunday Roasts (beef and lamb) are available with all the trimmings from 12:00 to 16:30.
For weekday matches, the Lord’s Tavern will be open from 11:00 to 23:00. Food will be served from 12:00 to 21:00.
Children’s menus are available from £10 and include a main meal, soft drink and ice cream.
To make a reservation call us on 02076168689 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Please help MCC to reduce plastic waste at Lord’s. Beer and cider is provided in reusable cups. Please do not throw these cups in the general waste. Instead, deposit them in the Recup collection points located close to each bar. You will receive a fresh pint cup with each new drink.
We have removed the £1 deposit on these cups for your ease and safety. Please help us, in return, by depositing your used cups at the collection points.
Since adopting the Recup scheme we’ve stopped over 1.5 million single use plastic cups ending up in landfill.
Water refill points are available around the Ground so please bring with you a reusable water bottle so you can fill up when needed.
Lord's is Cashless
So we can serve you more efficiently and hygienically, Lord’s will be operating a card only policy at our bars, restaurants and shops. Debit/credit card payments, and mobile payments such as Apple Pay and Google Pay are accepted at all tills around the Ground.
To ensure Lord's remains a safe and secure venue, you can expect to be searched on entry to the Ground.
Please follow the guidance given by our stewards and security staff. We suggest that you bring with you only essential items or leave bags at home if possible.
St John's Wood is the closest tube station, and just over a five-minute walk away. However, it can get busy on a match day, and fans are encouraged to use Baker Street station as well, a 10-15-minute walk away.
Find Out More
If you're planning to come to Lord's by car, then please note that there are restrictions on parking in non-residents' parking on weekends as well as weekdays in the immediate area surrounding Lord's.
More information on where to park near the Ground is available on the FAQs section of this site, including details of how to pre-book at a car park local to Lord's.
The shops around the Ground will be open and will close 15 mins after close of play (with the exception of the Warner Shop that will close when play finishes).
In the interest of our staff and your shopping experience, we may have to limit numbers of those coming into the shops if they rise above a certain number. Please wear your face covering when in our shops.
There’s a range of merchandise including Lord’s and The Hundred branded items and gifts as well as London Spirit kit.
To welcome back customers there is up to 90% discount on selected items in the Lord's shops.
MUSEUM AND LIBRARY
We are delighted that the Lord’s Museum will be opening its doors for the first time since 2019, with a maximum capacity of 40 visitors. A one-way system will be in operation, and we encourage all visitors to wear a mask while inside the Museum. Most areas of the Museum will be on show, including the Ashes Urn and a new exhibition focusing on the rise of women’s cricket. The Library will also be open, with a maximum capacity of seven people at any one time. Masks will be required indoors, unless you are medically exempt.
We hope you have a great day at the cricket.