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The Kia Oval is continuing to demonstrate cricket fans’ desire to return to live sport – with both Vitality Blast matches against Middlesex and Kent both now fully sold out.

Both games take place after the scheduled June 21st lifting of social distancing regulations, meaning they have been sold to the ground’s new capacity of 27,500, to be achieved following the completion of the new ‘One Oval Square’ development within the next month.

The sell outs mean there are now only two Blast games available to purchase for non Surrey Members – these are the games on Monday June 21st against Essex and Wednesday June 23rd against Somerset.

For all games on Monday June 21st and afterwards, Surrey CCC Members are able to simply come to the ground with the Membership card to gain access. For the games prior to June 21st, Members’ tickets are now available to book by clicking here.

A guide for Members to secure tickets can also be found here.

As ever, the Vitality Blast is set to be a highlight of what could be a celebratory summer of sport in London. A big hitting Surrey side that made the final last year will be hopeful of going one better in 2021 and picking up the much-coveted T20 Cup.

All International cricket at the ground this summer is also sold out to full capacity, bar the scheduled final day of the Test Match (Monday September 6th). The first four days of the England v India Test and the Royal London One Day International on Thursday July 1st both sold out in record time, well before Christmas. Surrey CCC also has nearly 13,500 Members this summer, the highest figure in modern history.

Surrey CCC Head of Marketing and Sales, Emily Clark, said: “Given the demand we have already seen for the international cricket at the ground, it’s no surprise to see these games sell out six weeks before they are due to be played.

“The Kia Oval is home of T20 cricket and puts on a great show for London sports fans every summer – 2021 is going to be absolutely no different.”