The Pakistan Board of Cricket (PCB) has announced that tickets for the PSL 9 (Pakistan Super League) season are available for sale from Feb 6, 2024.
According to PCB, fans can pre-book their tickets online at pcb.tcs.com.pk. On the other hand, physical tickets are mandatory for all PSL 9 matches. Although E-tickets (self-printed or digital copies) will not be accepted for entry at the stadium.
However, physical tickets will be sold at selected TCS express centers from February 12, 2024. Tickets purchased online can also be collected at designated pick-up locations or delivered to your home by courier.
The opening ceremony and first match of the ninth season of the PSL will take place on Feb 17 at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore. However, the tickets cost PKR 6000 for VIP and PKR 3000 for Premium. As well as PKR 2,000 for First Class and PKR 1,000 for General.
Tickets for the final match cost PKR 8000 for VIP and PKR 4,000 for Premium. However, the First Class Ticket costs around 2500 PKR, and General Ticket costs PKR 1,000. The final match will be played on March 18, 2024, at the National Bank Stadium in Karachi.
Throughout PSL 9, Karachi will host 11 matches, including the final match season. However, Rawalpindi and Lahore will host nine PSL matches each. Multan will host five matches.
After several years of planning and two previous failed attempts, the PSL officially began on Feb 4, 2016, in the UAE. Hence, the UAE Sports Minister Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan inaugurated the opening ceremony.
Lahore Qalandars won the last PSL season against the Multan Sultans for the first time. However, Peshawar Zalmi has won most matches while Karachi Kings have lost most matches overall in PSL history.
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