BCCI suggests potential changes: The Indian cricket governing body, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), has hinted at upcoming alterations to the World Cup schedule. BCCI Secretary Jay Shah said that the schedule would need to be adjusted to accommodate the requests of certain ICC member boards; these changes are being worked out and will be informed as soon as they are complete.
In response to recent rumours, the BCCI secretary did not confirm that the previously stated location of Ahemdabad had been changed for the India-Pakistan match. Shah said that discussions with the ICC are still underway to decide the final modifications. He did his best to sidestep the question of whether or not the India-Pakistan match will be moved forward to October 14.
On Thursday (July 27), after a meeting of the World Cup host associations in New Delhi, Shah spoke to the media. Grant Thornton, an outside consultancy charged with offering methods to improve the amenities at stadiums in India, provided the meeting’s primary emphasis on the ticket manifest and infrastructure development.
BCCI suggests potential changes to the World Cup 2023 timetable
BCCI suggests potential changes There were representatives from the 12 associations that will play host to World Cup games and exhibitions. There is currently no confirmed date for when tickets will be available for purchase.
Ticketing strategies for each match have been sought by the BCCI from the respective state associations. Information on corporate boxes and free tickets, as well as general ticket availability and prices, are included here. Each hosting association has been advised by the BCCI of the number of tickets they must set aside for the BCCI and the ICC for each match BCCI suggests potential changes.
It’s important to note that admission prices won’t be uniform across locations; rather, each centre will choose its own rates. Because of this, ticket pricing may change from game to game. Before next Tuesday, the BCCI has to receive the plans from the state associations.
The BCCI will submit the ideas to the ICC for review once they have been finalised. Once all of the steps have been completed, ticket sales will begin, albeit the state units have not been given a specific date as of yet.
Shah said that electronic tickets will not be valid during the World Cup. Physical tickets will be available for pick-up at seven or eight locations one week prior to the game. It will be easy thanks to us. E-ticketing will debut for bilateral matches initially BCCI suggests potential changes.
The state governments have also been given instructions on how to put Grant Thornton’s suggestions for stadium construction into action. Six cities including Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Pune, Hyderabad, Kolkata, and Delhi have previously been audited by the agency. The organizing committees have each been given fifty million rupees to improve the stadiums where the tournament would be held BCCI suggests potential changes.
According to Shah, the stadium would be built in two stages: before and after the World Cup. The state associations have met the GT executives, and in the next 45 days, everything will be ready for the World Cup.