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Australia v Sri Lanka

Cricket Australia confirmed the schedules and venues for the Men’s Dettol T20 International Series between Australia and Sri Lanka on 21 January 2022. The five-match series will now be played across three venues, the SCG, Manuka Oval and MCG. The Adelaide match scheduled for 18 February 2022 has been relocated and will no longer take place at Adelaide Oval.

Further details on the announcement can be viewed here.

All ticket holders will be contacted by Ticketek or the relevant membership body.


Frequently Asked Questions

People who are double vaccinated will be required to display their COVID 19 Digital Certificate via their smartphone prior to entry. Follow this video or step-by-step guide for setting up your digital certificate.

Where unknown or a Digital certificate is not possible, a printed immunisation history statement and valid ID will be accepted.

Where this is not possible, a printed immunisation history statement will be accepted.

In the case of a valid medical exemption, a certificate of exemption AND a recent negative test result no older than 72 hours will need to be provided.

It’s a much more controlled environment in terms of tracing guests so we’re confident the risks are very manageable in that setting. Guests will not be required to demonstrate proof of double vaccination to stay; however, they will not be able to enter any other part of the stadium without it.

Anyone with an official medical exemption will need to show a certificate of exemption and a recent negative test result (no older than 72 hours). This means you will need to ask your GP to apply to the Australian Immunisation Register and then SA Health, and show proof of this approval.

At entry gates, a lane for those declaring exemption will be set aside, to allow that screening to occur without impacting main lanes.

Adelaide Oval staff will be conducting a random screening process at all points of entry. In addition to this, our staff will be carrying out random checks throughout the stadium.

SA Health or SAPOL staff may also request proof of vaccination. Any person who cannot produce the required evidence will be required to leave the stadium and may face a 3-year ban.

Yes, people who are double vaccinated will be required to display their COVID 19 Digital Certificate via their smartphone prior to entry. Where this is not possible, a printed immunisation history statement will be accepted. In the case of a valid medical exemption, a certificate of exemption AND a recent negative test result no older than 72 hours will need to be provided. This is a requirement of Adelaide Oval Conditions of Entry.

General vaccination FAQs can be found on this page.

They face a three-year ban from the venue.

Proof of vaccination is now a condition of entry to Adelaide Oval. If a person refuses to follow these conditions, they will not be allowed entry to the stadium.