Cricket fans, listen up. The Hundred just opened up registration for tickets, and you’re going to want to put your name down.

An exciting 100 ball cricket competition, The Hundred features huge names in the sporting industry from around the world.

The game was first played in 2021, but it’s back for 2022. Keep reading to find out how to get tickets and how much they’ll set you back.

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The Hundred is back for 2022

If you enjoyed the 2021 game, you’re in luck. The Hundred is back for summer 2022, and eight teams have now been created.

According to The Hundred website, each squad will be made up of 15 players with a maximum of three overseas stars!

We’re about to reveal how you can bag yourself a ticket but, if you don’t want to go to the live event, The Hundred 2022 will broadcast on Sky Sports and the BBC.

How to get The Hundred 2022 tickets

If you fancy watching The Hundred 2022 live, we’re breaking down how to get tickets.

Simply head to The Hundred website and register for 2022 tickets. Signing up will notify you about offers, competitions and all the latest news.

You’ll be able to buy from February 23rd if you’re a previous attendee/ticket holder. Likewise, if you’re a First Class County Member, you’ll be able to purchase tickets for 2022 on February 22nd.

Tickets will go on general sale from March 31st. All tickets must be purchased through the official website.

For more information, head to The Hundred ticket buying guide.

2022 ticket pricing explored

According to The Hundred website, tickets are just £5 for those six to 15 years old.

Adult tickets start at £10 and upwards, and children under six get in for free.

All tickets are for two matches being played on the same day (back to back women’s and men’s matches).

Make sure you’ve registered to ensure you bag yourself a ticket!

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