The Sydney Sixers are Sydney's favourite Big Bash club, the premiere team and can't wait to put on a show this summer at the SCG.
Sydney’s premiere T20 cricket team, the Sydney Sixers put on one of the best shows in town over the summer school holidays, with fireworks, music and fun over three hours of entertainment at one of the best cricket grounds in the world, the SCG.
Led by some of Australia and the world’s most electric cricketers, the Sydney Sixers light up the city and harbour, shining in the way that only Sydney can.
Embracing all that makes Sydney great; the beaches, the harbour, the lifestyle, the Sixers sit right at the heart of summer in the emerald city.
Some of the country’s best cricketers lead the way in Magenta including Brad Haddin, Mitch Starc, Moises Henriques and Nic Maddinson, all who have been a part of the fun since the first ever season
One of the most successful teams in the KFC Big Bash League’s history, the Sixers have featured in all bar one finals series, taking home the title in the BBL|01 and making the Big Final last season, only to be pipped at the post.
Match days are social occasions for friends and families alike, with the opportunity to catch the action on the field, and the fun off it, at Sydney’s party central on the fringe of the city. Nothing the Sixers do is small, so expect a big experience and a focus excitement!
And for the first season, the Women’s Big Bash League is being introduced to showcase Australia’s best female cricketers on the world stage. With Ellyse Perry, Alyssa Healy and Lisa Sthalekar taking the field for the Sixers, the Women’s team is sure to add to the entertainment when they feature in the double header matches at the SCG.
While the players on the field will provide some fantastic entertainment, off the field the Sixers provide a great value night out for families and groups of friends with themes, promotions and activations to get you in the spirit.
Join the Sixers at Sydney’s Party Central, the SCG, as we rock the foundations with music, fireworks and a little cricket, celebrating summer.