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ICC T20 World Cup 2020

Thursday, 5 November 2020 (pm match – timings to be confirmed)
South Africa v Qualifier

The ICC T20 World Cup is the flagship international Twenty20 tournament, organised by the International Cricket Council.

Two T20 World Cups will be played in Australia in 2020, starting with the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup, from 21 February to 8 March 2020, followed by the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup, between 18 October – 15 November 2020.

For the first time, T20 cricket’s global showpiece women’s and men’s competitions will be played as standalone events in the same host country and in the same year. Eight host cities and 13 venues throughout Australia will host matches, meaning many Australians will have the chance to see the world’s best players in their backyard.

Adelaide Oval will host six Super 12 matches, between Sunday 1 – Saturday 7 November, before a semi final on Thursday 12 November. South Africa and their squadron of elite fast bowlers, led by Kagiso Rabada will take on a Qualifier on Thursday 5 November. This is the first of a double header fixture which will also feature India.

Tickets for the men’s matches will go on sale in late 2019, but you can register now through the T20 World Cup 2020 website (via the button below) to ensure you get early access to the best seats.

Please note that ticket scalping is illegal in South Australia. Click here for details on how to report a scalper.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Adelaide Oval food and beverage outlets now accept payment by card only. This assists with speed of service and also reflects the strong consumer trend towards increased use of ‘tap and go’ payment facilities.

All credit, debit and EFTPOS cards are accepted and all are exempt of surcharges. Patrons attending Adelaide Oval with cash only will be able to exchange it for a complimentary ‘Cash Card’ via Cash to Card Exchange booths located around the stadium.

Any un-used ‘Cash Card’ credit can be used at future events or redeemed in full at any time.

Yes, certain items are not permitted inside the venue. Please refer to the Adelaide Oval Conditions of Entry for a list of prohibited items.

Conditions of Entry

Patrons are allowed to bring small quantities of food and non-alcoholic beverages for personal use only. As per the Adelaide Oval Conditions of Entry, visitors are not allowed to bring in eskies of any size or type (including foam eskies), cans, tins, metal containers, glass bottles, glass containers or alcoholic drinks. Please note that there is no self-catering in corporate facilities.

Conditions of Entry