ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024: Media Accreditation Process Now Open

Get Your Media Pass! ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2024 Accreditation Open

ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024: Media Accreditation Process Now Open

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has officially opened the media accreditation process for the Men’s T20 World Cup 2024. This online process is open to written press, photographers, websites, and non-rights holding (NRH) TV and radio broadcasters. Click here to complete the process.

Preference for accreditation will be given to those who have covered any of the following ICC events:

However, please note that having covered previous ICC events does not guarantee media accreditation. All applications will be thoroughly assessed based on the media organisations, the individual applicants, and the available media spaces at the venues.

The deadline for registration is 17h00 Dubai time (GMT +4) on Tuesday, 28 March 2024. As part of the application process, the media will need to upload the following documents:

If you have covered any of the above four ICC global tournaments, please provide a sample of your work (jpg, jpeg, pdf, png, svg, doc, docx). This is not mandatory.

ICC’s Discretion in Approving Applications

The ICC reserves the right to approve, reject, or request further information on all applications at its sole discretion, without providing reasons for its decisions.

While selecting matches for coverage, the media should bear in mind the following:

Your tournament pass does not guarantee a space in the media working area on a match day. Each match will have a match-day accreditation list prepared by the ICC as per its review process. More details about the review process can be found in the FAQs document.

Match notifications for the tournament will be published on the online portal in due course. You will be able to log into your account and see the matches for which you have been allocated a seat in the media box, or a photo position.

NRH camerapersons will be accredited for the tournament, but only reporters will be accredited on match days. To facilitate NRHs, all pre-match and post-match media conferences will be uploaded to the ICC’s Online Media Zone.

Once your accreditation is approved, you may write to [email protected] for a visa letter for the USA, or to [email protected] for a visa letter for the West Indies. Please note that you will require an (I) Visa for the USA (more details available in the FAQs document) and that visa letters will only be issued to those whose accreditation is approved.

Media Hub

The ICC will operate a Media Hub during the tournament at a central location in Barbados. This hub can be used by the media for extended periods. More details will be announced in due course. Refer to the FAQs document for more information.

Media is strongly advised to read the Media Accreditation Terms and Conditions and refer to the FAQs document to avoid any misunderstandings or inconvenience. These documents are available on the accreditation portal and in the Resources section of the ICC Online Media Zone.

For access to the Online Media Zone, please send a request to [email protected] with your name, organisation, designation, and e-mail ID.


Access to the Online Media Zone is not required to apply for accreditation. If you encounter any issues with the accreditation portal, please write to [email protected].