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Big Bash tickets on sale now!

15 August 2019

Tickets to watch the Sydney Sixers this summer in the KFC Big Bash League (BBL) and the Rebel Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) are on sale from today, Thursday 15 October.

The most exciting summer in WBBL and BBL history will kick off on October 18 when the Sydney Sixers host cross town rivals Sydney Thunder at North Sydney Oval in the season opener to WBBL|05.

The Sixers will play four WBBL games at North Sydney Oval (October 18 & 19, November 9 & 20), three at Hurstville Oval (October 26, November 30 & December 1) and two at Drummoyne Oval (November 15 & 17).

To view our fixture schedule and book tickets, please CLICK HERE.

Once again tickets to all WBBL games will be free for kids, with adults at the very affordable price of $10 and concessions priced at $5.

Last summer the Sixers and Thunder became the first clubs in the league to ticket WBBL matches as the sport took a massive step forward with a record breaking stand alone finals series that has now led to the inaugural stand alone WBBL home and away season. 

The Sixers, who have featured in all four WBBL grand finals, winning twice, will again feature a squad chock full of stars including current Australian internationals Ellyse Perry, Alyssa Healy and Ash Gardner, along with South Africans Dane van Niekerk and Marizanne Kapp.

Following the WBBL season, the BBL competition begins a full home and away fixture, the Sixers expecting to welcome a record breaking number of supporters to their matches this summer, with over 130,000 anticipated to witness the men in Magenta in Sydney.

The BBL, which begins against the Perth Scorchers at the SCG on Wednesday 18 December, remains the best value entertainment in town, with adult tickets from just $20, kids entry from $5, and family tickets from $42.50.

The Sixers, featuring 2019 World Cop combatants Nathan Lyon and Tom Curran alongside skipper Moises Henriques and rising star Josh Philippe, will play a further five matches at their home ground (December 22 & 28, January 16, 20 & 25), as well as taking a game (January 5) to regional NSW for the first time.

The venue for that regional match will be announced next month.

The match-day experience at Sixers BBL games will continue to excite this summer with popular match day themes returning, including Christmas, the afternoon Beach Party, Pride Party and Sixers Can | You Can game, along with an 80’s themed night and the blockbuster Sydney Smash on December 28.

 Jodie Hawkins, General Manager of the Sydney Sixers, said the club was primed for five months of great value cricket action.

“Summer is just around the corner and we can not wait to showcase the two exciting tournaments that will run back-to-back as stand alone competitions for the first time,” Hawkins said.

“We’ve worked really hard this off season to ensure our match days remain the best value entertainment in Sydney, both at the WBBL and the BBL.

“The Sixers will once again strive to be the vest performed club on and off the field.”