LAHORE (Online) – Tickets for the eagerly-awaited HBL Pakistan Super League are now up for worldwide sale at PSL’s website. With a ticket strategy tailor-made to facilitate enthusiastic cricket fans, ticket prices for the single headers start from an extremely
LAHORE (Online) – Tickets for the eagerly-awaited HBL Pakistan Super League are now up for worldwide sale at PSL’s website.
With a ticket strategy tailor-made to facilitate enthusiastic cricket fans, ticket prices for the single headers start from an extremely affordable AED 20 while tickets for play-offs, double headers, and the final start at AED 30.
HBL PSL is bringing together top international cricketers from different countries to play 24 matches in Dubai and Sharjah from 4 – 23 February 2016.
The opening ceremony and opening match will take place on 4 February in Dubai. With a total of 8 double headers in the League, fans are all set to get back to back matches and entertainment. Five teams, representing Pakistan’s four provincial capitals and the federal capital, will be taking part in the League.
With an impressive roster of players, the HBL PSL has attracted top names such as Shahid Afridi, Chris Gayle, Kevin Pietersen, Shoaib Malik, Shane Watson, Andre Russell and Shakib al Hasan.
“We are very excited about bringing the HBL Pakistan Super League to Dubai and Sharjah. We have 8 double headers and these matches will be packed with unique Pakistani entertainment. The scheduling will give everyone a chance to see their favourite stars from all over the world in action,” said Najam Sethi, Chairman HBL PSL Governing Council.
“During the England series, we all saw the love and interest for T20 cricket in the fans. With players from Pakistan, England, Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, West Indies, and South Africa taking part in the first season of the League, we are confident that we will attract true cricket fans,” said Sethi.
Tickets will also be available at multiple leading outlet chains across the UAE starting next week. A full list of these outlets will be announced and published next week.