Countdown to Men’s T20 World Cup 2024 Begins with New Ticket Release and Timelapse Video

T20 World Cup 2024: Unveiling New Tickets & Timelapse Video!

Countdown to Men’s T20 World Cup 2024 Begins with New Ticket Release and Timelapse Video

As the Men’s T20 World Cup 2024 draws closer, additional limited tickets will be available for purchase starting Thursday, 4 April. This includes tickets for matches featuring India v Ireland and USA v India. Visit for more information.

The Nassau County International Cricket Stadium, the venue for the event, recently celebrated its two-month construction milestone. A new timelapse video showcasing the progress of the stadium’s construction has also been released.

The Men’s T20 World Cup 2024 is now just 60 days away. To mark this occasion, additional tickets for the biggest cricket event will be on sale from 10 a.m. ET on Thursday, 4 April.

The second timelapse video released to celebrate the countdown shows the significant progress made in constructing the innovative 34,000-seat modular Nassau County International Cricket Stadium in New York, which will host eight ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024 matches.

Despite high demand for World Cup tickets, fans can secure their place at the event by accessing additional limited tickets for six matches at the Nassau County International Cricket Stadium. This includes the India versus Ireland match on 5 June and the USA versus India match on 12 June. Limited tickets will also be available for all four matches at the Grand Prairie Cricket Stadium in Texas, including the opening World Cup match featuring the USA and Canada on 1 June.

For those interested in a premium experience, hospitality opportunities are still available for all matches at the Nassau County International Cricket Stadium, including the India versus Pakistan match. Visit for details or email [email protected].

The Nassau County International Cricket Stadium project continues to rapidly take shape in Eisenhower Park, New York. The East Stand’s modular framework is nearing completion, and the West Stand is on schedule to be finished in two weeks. These two stands will accommodate more than 24,000 fans. The final pieces are being put in place for the north and south premium hospitality and media pavilions, as well as the modular stadium’s outfield, and the pitch block still maturing in South Florida.

The excitement surrounding the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup continues to build. Fans recently celebrated the launch of the Trophy Tour at New York’s Empire State Building, before the Trophy visited the Nassau County venue in a New York-inspired ceremony with appearances by two-time T20 World Cup champion Chris Gayle and USA player Ali Khan.

Words from ICC Head of Events, Chris Tetley

Chris Tetley, ICC Head of Events, expressed his delight at the progress of the preparations for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024. He highlighted the impressive scale of the venue in the latest timelapse and encouraged fans to visit the stadium. He also reminded fans of the limited release of tickets happening on Thursday, with tickets and/or hospitality available for every match.

Statement from T20 USA, Inc. CEO Brett Jones

Brett Jones, T20 USA, Inc. CEO, praised the unprecedented progress made in just two months of construction in Nassau County. As the countdown to the event continues, he expressed his excitement to welcome cricket fans from all over the world to this unique international cricket venue.

For a complete list of fixtures and local start times for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup, click here.

Project Timeline

  • Demarcation of site in Nassau County – Completed
  • Commencement of preparatory turf works – Underway
  • Delivery of stadium materials – Completed
  • Commencement of stadium construction – Underway
  • Commencement of construction of drop in pitch area – W/B 1 April
  • Commencement of turfing of outfield – W/B 29 April
  • Installation of drop in trays/pitches – W/B 6 May
  • Stadium construction completion – W/B 21 May
  • Completion of testing and commissioning – W/B 25 May
  • Test event – W/B 27 May
  • First match – Sri Lanka v South Africa – 3 June