The 2023 Women’s Ashes has broken the record for ticket sales for England women’s fixtures, with more than 55,000 tickets sold so far – more than all of England’s games in 2022.
The Women’s Ashes, which this year takes place from 22 June – 18 July, is a multi-format series and will be held across Test match grounds for the first time, including Trent Bridge, Edgbaston, Lord’s and The Kia Oval (pictured).
The men’s and women’s Ashes are set to take place concurrently for the first time, on the same platform and without any fixture clashes.
The women’s series will feature a Test, three International T20s and three One Day Internationals, compared to the men’s which takes place over five Test matches.
The Women’s Ashes will begin with a Test match on 22 June at Trent Bridge in Nottingham, followed by the first T20 on 1 July at Edgbaston in Birmingham. The next two T20s will take place on 5 July at The Kia Oval and 8 July at Lord’s.
Bristol’s Seat Unique Stadium, The Ageas Bowl in Southampton and the Cooper Associates County Ground in Taunton will host the three One Day Internationals (ODIs).
The T20 at Edgbaston has already sold more than 14,000 tickets and is on track to break the previous attendance record of 15,000 for a single fixture.