Kia Oval International Fixtures 2019
Dates for 2019 International fixtures at the Kia Oval have been confirmed as:
- Wednesday 8th May: England v Pakistan (D/N – 1pm) – (FINAL TICKETS REMAINING)
- Thursday 12th – Monday 16th September: England v Australia (11am) – (Days 1-3 SOLD OUT, Day 4 LIMITED AVAILABILITY)
The ODI against Pakistan will be the first of England’s 2019 summer after their winter tours, and the Test match will be the Final Test of a five-Test series against Australia.
Surrey County Cricket Club Members have first priority to purchase 2019 International tickets for the Test Match against Australia, starting on Thursday 12th September 2019, and One Day International against Pakistan on 8th May 2019 at the Kia Oval.
All priority dates for the 2019 Internationals have now passed, but tickets are still available to purchase in the Micky Stewart Members Pavilion for all five days of the Ashes Test. These tickets are available exclusively for Members only.
The key dates for Members to purchase tickets for the 2020 Internationals at the Kia Oval will be published in September 2019.
Become a 2019 Member
Become a Member of Surrey County Cricket Club and purchase an Ashes ticket in the Micky Stewart Members Pavilion, as well as invitations to exclusive Members events featuring players and coaching staff, Club voting rights, discount in the Club shop, discount on food and drink at the Kia Oval and guest vouchers and access to Surrey CCC home domestic fixtures*.
For more information, call the Membership Office on 0203 946 0100.
*Access depends on the Membership category held.
2019 Kia Oval International Ticket Ballot
The 2019 Kia Oval International Ticket Ballot is now closed and tickets have already been made available to those successful in the ballot.
2019 Cricket World Cup
The Oval will host five fixtures in the 2019 Cricket World Cup, including the opening match between England and South Africa.
Please note that The Oval is not responsible for ticket sales for this tournament, and all ticket enquiries should be directed to the ICC.