When can I buy tickets for The Hundred?

Looking forward to summer 2022’s blockbuster sporting event? Tickets for The Hundred are now open to everyone, so get in on the action!

Fans loved their experience at The Hundred in 2021, and whether you’ve been before or want to attend for the first time in 2022, you have the chance to this summer.

Our final ticket window started on Wednesday 20 April, and this one is simple. It’s general sale, which means that absolutely anyone who’s interested in tickets can buy them. Be quick, though, as tickets are selling fast!

Not only does this promise to be a fantastic summer of sport, but we’re making it affordable for you and your family, as adult tickets start at £10 while six to 15-year-olds start at as little as £5 with kids five and under going free. Click here to find out more about ticket prices.

Like what you see? Click here to find out how to buy tickets.

Fixture dates have also been announced, so you can click here to see them and begin planning your summer at The Hundred!

These fans have clearly just got their tickets!

These fans have clearly just got their tickets!

There have been previous windows with plenty of benefits.

While it’s too late to take advantage of them this year, it’s worth keeping them in mind if you’re signing up and buying tickets or having tickets shared with you as part of a group, as you’ll be able to enjoy them in 2023.


Existing members from any of the 18 first-class counties had first go at tickets. Access to matches at your local ground was available from Tuesday 22 February. Check the list below to see which team you have access to.

Birmingham Phoenix – Warwickshire, Worcestershire
London Spirit – Middlesex, Essex, Northamptonshire
Manchester Originals - Lancashire
Northern Superchargers – Yorkshire, Durham
Oval Invincibles – Surrey, Kent
Southern Brave – Hampshire, Sussex
Trent Rockets – Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire
Welsh Fire – Glamorgan, Somerset, Gloucestershire


Fans who were part of The Hundred in 2021 also had an early opportunity to buy tickets again for 2022.

Anyone who bought tickets last year was able to do so again from Wednesday 23 February.

It’s slightly different if you weren’t a ticket buyer in 2021. If you attended The Hundred last year with family or friends, but one of them bought all of your group’s tickets, you were able to buy tickets from Thursday 24 February. However, you needed to have created an account before attending, and have had your ticket shared with you. Info on how to do that is available here.


If you’re not signed up to The Hundred, what are you waiting for? You’ll get all the latest news and updates straight into your inbox, but it can also act as your preparation for 2023.

For those whom 2022 brings a first experience of The Hundred, signing up meant you had access from Tuesday 5 April.

Anyone who took advantage got early bird prices, meaning you paid less than ticket buyers in the general sale window.

Second, the earlier you buy, the more ticket options you had available.

And third, no matter when you get your tickets, you’ll need to sign up. So, you might as well do it as early as possible!

The priority window closed on Thursday 14 April, but if you missed out just keep in mind that you’ll be able to have the benefits above in 2023.

Has all of this got you excited? We’ll save you scrolling back to the top, as you can click here to see how to buy tickets, which are available to absolutely everybody now on general sale.