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18,000 spectators for England vs New Zealand test

The second Test between England and New Zealand, which will take place at Edgbaston from June 10 2o14, will be the first pilot event in the second phase of the government’s world-leading Events Research Programme, and is expected to draw large crowds.

Stadium Capacity

According to edgbaston.com, the stadium would be able to hold roughly 18,000 spectators every day, accounting for 70% of the overall stadium capacity additionally Each ticket holder must submit a negative COVID-19 result from an NHS

Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden

Public Health England, the England & Wales Cricket Board, Birmingham City Council, and Edgbaston’s own Safety Advisory Group have all consented to the approach, which has the approval of Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden.

“Whilst public health is the priority, the first stage pilots have shown how people can safely start to enjoy the things they love; live sport and music. It will be great to welcome cricket fans to Edgbaston and give the England team a huge boost as nothing beats the atmosphere that crowds create here,” Chief Executive at Edgbaston, said.

Tom Harrison Chief Executive Of ECB Statement

“Having crowds back into cricket grounds is so important for the game and for our fans too. The last 15 months have shown just how big a role cricket plays in many people’s lives, and we cannot wait to welcome a growing number of fans back to our stadia over the coming months.”

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