Ticket holders for the LV= Insurance Test Match between England and New Zealand have now been notified by email.
And with Edgbaston able to accommodate around 18,000 spectators each day, 70 per cent of total stadium capacity, a significant majority of purchasers have been allocated tickets following the opt-out window.
All ticket holders who still wished to attend, except for those with under-16 tickets who are unfortunately unable to attend due to the match being part of the government’s Events Research Programme, have been successful.
As spectators prepare for your visit to Edgbaston, here’s what you now need to do:
Complete the Consent Form
Every member of your party MUST complete the mandatory online consent form. This is a requirement for all attendees and your ticket will only work on the day if it has been completed.
You must share this form with all your guests and it will really help us if you can get them all to complete the form as soon as possible. The consent form is available online here.
Order your Lateral Flow Test
Make sure you have ordered a COVID-19 Rapid Lateral Flow Test. All attendees MUST show a negative result on entry, completed within 24 hours of attending.
A home test kit can be ordered via the gov.uk website. Once you’ve taken the test, you can upload your result to get the confirmation SMS or email which you will need to show on entry. If you’re attending multiple days, you must take a test before each day.
For instructions on how to take the test and upload your result, click here.
Download the Edgbaston app
Tickets for this fixture will be available to view and share with guests via the Edgbaston app, simply search for Edgbaston in your app store.
Tickets can be shared with all guests in your booking via the app. We ask you share these as soon as possible and make sure your guests log-in using the same email address they provided on the consent form.
For more information about the Edgbaston app and ticketing, click here.