100 BALL CRICKET.
Summer 2020 sees The Hundred begin. A new 100 ball competition. Cricket matches like never before. Are you ready? 100 balls. Seven cities. Eight teams. Birmingham. Cardiff. Leeds. London (two teams). Manchester. Nottingham. Southampton. Women’s and men’s. Eight teams, each gunning for glory for their city. The first wave of cricket tickets to The Hundred go on sale later this year. Sign up to get priority access just as soon as tickets are available. We can’t wait to welcome you to The Hundred.
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A new cricket tournament for England and Wales is almost here. The Hundred. On 20 October 2019 history will be made. We’ll be holding the first men’s Player Draft. The process for selecting women's cricket teams will be revealed soon.
Player Drafts have become big news all around the world. Now it’s time to bring all the thrills and spills to cricket in England and Wales.
A whole new cricket team. All at once. Signing one or two cricket players is one thing. But the men's Player Draft means picking an entire cricket team. In one go. From a host of English stars, international big hitters and the most exciting up and coming players.
Who’ll be the steal? The most inspired picks will come from out of nowhere. The cricket players others have ignored in favour of a household name. Who will use bat and ball to make themselves the hero of an entire city?
When the heat is on, who’ll keep their cool? Watch cricket teams make split-second choices that could make or break their entire competition. A cheeky bid here. A surprise choice there. Can you second guess which cricket players will go where?
Three international icons. England cricket players and home-grown talents. Each team will pick a boundary smashing squad of 15, ready to play cricket at its fastest, wildest best. Who will make the grade?
It all starts at 7pm on 20 October 2019 live on Sky Sports, with extensive coverage across BBC cricket as the drama unfolds. Tune in. Log on. Be part of it. Don’t just watch the highlights, watch this live cricket event unfold as it happens. Want the latest on the men’s and women’s teams? Sign up if you haven't already.
Seven Cities. Eight cricket teams. The venues include; Edgbaston, Sophia Gardens, Emerald Headingley, Lord’s, Kia Oval, Emirates Old Trafford, Trent Bridge and Ageas Bowl. The women's teams will play across multiple other venues too.
The first wave of cricket tickets to The Hundred go on sale later this year. Sign up with your details to get priority access just as soon as tickets are available. We can’t wait to welcome you to The Hundred.