Cricket legends from around the world will be in Birmingham this July for the World Championship of Legends (WCL) tournament – and tickets are on sale now.

The brand-new competition will see legends teams from England, India, Pakistan, Australia, West Indies and South Africa compete in games across 10 days.

Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh, who famously hit Stuart Broad for six 6’s in an over in 2007; Shahid Afridi, who scored one of the fastest ODI centuries (37 balls) of all time; and England’s Kevin Pietersen are among the names lined up to play in the T20 competition.

Other household names include Chris Gayle, Brett Lee and Jacque Kallis who are all set to be in action.

Edgbaston will host five double-header match days from Wednesday 3 July, with the final taking place on Saturday 13 July. Matches will include India v Pakistan and England v Australia, both taking place on Saturday 6 July, with games starting at 1pm and 5pm each day.

Tickets are on sale now at with adult prices starting from £9.60 and under 16s £4.

Harshit Tomar, Director of Zabawa Entertainment, is the man behind the exciting project. He said: “The retired players concept has been great. We are doing it in a more professional way and on grander scale.

“It’s fantastic the ECB has sanctioned the competition. Today’s announcement solidifies WCL’s position as a premier platform for retired cricketing champions and opens new avenues for the league’s growth and global impact.

“We want to deliver great sports entertainment to fans across the globe. And the prospect of epic clashes between India v Pakistan and England v Australia – featuring great players from the past – is one to savour.”

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