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England v. Ireland

Royal London One-Day International

Sunday 7th May 2017

Start 10.30a.m.



THE TICKET BALLOTS

The Members' Friends' Enclosure Ballot for Full, Senior and Associate Members of M.C.C. only is open for applications from 14th October 2016 until 11th November 2016.

The General Public Ballot is open for applications from 12th December 2016 until 6th January 2017.
For the above ballots, all applicants must first log-in to their accounts then press the 'Ballots' tab on the navigation bar, and click the ballot that is available to that category of applicant.
Brand new applicants must register on the site before submitting an application for inclusion in the General Public Ballot.



MAKING A GROUP APPLICATION IN THE GENERAL PUBLIC BALLOT

Once the General Public Ballot is open, if you wish to make a group application then please read the following information describing the group application process.

  • The number of applicants in the group depends on the total number of tickets required. For example: If you require 12 tickets (limit of 4 tickets per person) 3 applicants are required to enter the ballot.
  • One applicant must then takes responsibility for the group's application and becomes the Lead Customer.
  • The Lead Customer emails ticketing@mcc.org.uk with a subject line of Group Application Request, the email should contain details of the Client Refs, Postcodes, the match day(s) and the number of tickets applied for covering all applicants in the group.
  • THIS MUST BE RECEIVED BY 23.59 ON SUNDAY 8th JANUARY. Requests received after this time and date will NOT be included in the Group Application process.

  • The Lead Customer is now the sole representative of the group and is responsible for payment of all tickets allocated in the ballot.
  • The Lead Customer should now await email confirmation indicating that the Group Application has been accepted into the ballot.
  • Please ensure the number of tickets required by the Group has been finalised before sending your email to ticketing@mcc.org.uk as any changes, after receiving the Group Application email, will not be considered.
  • PLEASE BE AWARE ENTERING THE BALLOT AS A GROUP, RATHER THAN AS AN INDIVIDUAL, WILL REDUCE THE CHANCES OF BEING SUCCESSFUL.



    TICKETS FOR DISABLED SPECTATORS


    On major match days, there are three areas within Lord's specifically for the use of visitors in wheelchairs and their companions. These areas are in the front of the Warner and Mound Stands which are uncovered, and, at the rear of the lower section of the Grand Stand which is covered. The ballot for the wheelchair areas takes place in February each year, if you are on the mailing list to receive the wheelchair area ballot application form then this will be sent out automatically in January. If you would like to be placed on the mailing list please telephone the Ticket Office on 020 7432 1000.
    Once the ballot has been completed, and subject to availability, to purchase tickets in these areas please telephone the Ticket Office on 020 7432 1000. A member of the Ticket Office staff will then check the availability and assist you accordingly.
    If you are applying for ticket(s) for a disabled spectator who is not a wheelchair user, please telephone the Ticket Office on 020 7432 1000. A member of the Ticket Office staff will then discuss your specific requirements with you and proceed accordingly.
    For applicants who are hard of hearing, and who do not have access to the Telephone Text Relay Service, please email your requirements to ticketing@mcc.org.uk with a subject line of 'Tickets for the Hard of Hearing'

    THE PRICES FOR THIS MATCH DAY ARE AS FOLLOWS:



    Stand and Tier Adult Under-16
    Grand Stand Upper Tier £45 £45
    Grand Stand Lower Tier £38 £5
    Mound Stand Lower Tier £38 £5
    Compton Stand Upper Tier £38 £5
    Compton Stand Lower Tier Rows 1-8 £30 £5
    Compton Stand Lower Tier Rows 9-15 £25 £5
    Edrich Stand Upper Tier £38 £5
    Edrich Stand Lower Tier Rows 1-10 £30 £5
    Edrich Stand Lower Tier Rows 11-20 £25 £5
    Tavern Stand Concourse £38 £5
    Restricted View Seats £20 £5



    THE STANDS AT LORD'S



    Compton Stand

    Situated at the Nursery End of the Ground and named after the Middlesex and England batsman, Denis Compton, the stand has an upper and lower tier. The vast majority of the upper tier seating is uncovered. Located below the upper tier, all of the lower tier seating is covered. Please note that the lower tier is split into two price categories, these are for seats in rows 1-8 and for seats in rows 9-15. All seats in the Compton Stand provide a view from behind the bowler's arm.

  • The lower tier rows 1-8 consists of seven blocks numbered 1 through to 7
  • The lower tier rows 9-15 consists of six blocks numbered 8 through to 13
  • The upper tier consists of seven blocks numbered 14 through to 20

  • Please note that there are some seats in the Compton Stand Lower Tier that do not have a view of a replay screen, these are:-
  • Block 11 - All seats in row 14
  • Block 12 - All seats in rows 13, 14 and 15
  • Block 13 - All seats in rows 13, 14 and 15


  • Edrich Stand

    Situated at the Nursery End of the Ground and named after the Middlesex and England batsman, Bill Edrich, the stand has an upper and lower tier. The vast majority of the upper tier seating is uncovered. Located below the upper tier, all of the lower tier seating is covered. Please note that the lower tier is split into two price categories, these are for seats in rows 1-10 and for seats in rows 11-20. All seats in the Edrich Stand provide a view from behind the bowler's arm.

  • The lower tier rows 1-10 consists of four blocks numbered 1 through to 4
  • The lower tier rows 11-20 consists of four blocks numbered 5 through to 8
  • The upper tier consists of four blocks numbered 9 through to 12

  • Please note that there are some seats in the Edrich Stand Lower Tier that do not have a view of a replay screen, these are:-
  • Block 5 - All seats in rows 18, 19 and 20
  • Block 6 - All seats in rows 18, 19 and 20
  • Block 7 - All seats in rows 17, 18, 19 and 20
  • Block 8 - Row 18 seats 15-27; row 19 seats 15-27 and row 20 seats 15-27


  • Grand Stand

    The Grand Stand is a two-tier structure. Starting at pitch-level the 20-row lower tier terrace provides a side-on view of play and is divided into covered and uncovered seats. The eleven rows of the upper tier provide an elevated side-on view of the play and although the seats are covered, rows A-D can be affected by sunlight. All the seats in the Grand Stand are padded and cushioned.

  • The lower tier consists of sixteen blocks numbered 1 through to 16
  • The upper tier consists of six blocks numbered 17 through to 22


  • Mound Stand

    The Mound Stand, with its flamboyant roof canopy, is situated on the St. John's Wood Road side of the Ground. The lower tier is a 29-row terraced stand, starting at pitch-level. These seats provide a side-on view of play from approximately over Mid-Wicket or Square Leg and are divided into covered and uncovered seating areas. All seats in the Mound Stand are padded and cushioned.

  • The lower tier consists of sixteen blocks number 1 through to 16


  • Tavern Concourse

    Available only on certain major match days and situated next to the Mound Stand, these seats provide an uncovered pitch-level side-on view of play. All seats in the Tavern Concourse are padded and cushioned.

  • The concourse consists of three blocks numbered 1 through to 3


  • TICKETS FOR UNDER 16s AND BABES-IN-ARMS

  • Under 16s: Ticket holders must be under 16 on this match day
  • Babes-In-Arms: Babes-in-arms may be carried into Lord's free of charge, so long as they will not occupy a seat themselves. It is recommended that a ticket is purchased for any child over three years of age.
  • Details of how to purchase tickets for Under 16s via Quick Seats may be found on the section below.



    PURCHASING TICKETS VIA QUICK SEATS

    On the Quick Seats ticket purchasing screen applicants are asked to select the number of tickets required, then to select the stand, tier and block they wish to be allocated seats in.

    Please note that if a stand has an upper and lower tier, and one tier is not available, the option to select a tier is removed. Applicants should then check the block numbers available, referencing the map shown, to confirm the tier they are purchasing.

    Full details of the tickets selected will appear in the section at the bottom of the screen. Then press 'Add to basket'. It is now at this stage that tickets can be amended to Under 16 by clicking the down arrow next to Adult.



    VIEW FROM SEAT FACILITY

    Once the system has selected your seats, an icon will appear next to the details of each seat. By clicking this icon a photograph will appear that shows a general view of the Ground from the block of seats selected. The image does NOT show the view from the specific seat chosen, but rather a general view from the block chosen.



    RESTRICTED VIEW SEATS

    There are two types of Restricted View seats at Lord's. These are either seats that have a pillar in the line of sight or seats that have a corner of the outfield cut off from view. The blocks that have a limited number of Restricted View seats in them and the type of Restricted view seats in those areas are shown on the map that appears on the Quick Seat option. Restricted View seats will only be selected if the Restricted View box is ticked and all the clear view seats in that block have been allocated. Please note that specific 'View From Seat' images for Restricted View seats are not available.



    THE DESPATCH OF TICKETS

    Tickets will be posted to U.K. addresses until four working days before the match day, and to non-U.K. addresses three weeks before the match date. After these times, tickets will be held for collection. Details of the collection arrangements will be outlined in the ticket confirmation email.



    TRAVELLING TO LORD'S

    The easiest way to travel to Lord's is by public transport. The Ground is within 20 minutes' walk of a number of London Underground and Mail Line Rail Stations. There are also several bus stops within easy walking distance of Lord's.

    There is no car parking available within Lord's or on the streets in the immediate vicinity of the Ground.

    Full details of the local stations and bus routes may be found but clicking on the Visiting Lord's link at the foot of the screen.



    FOOD AND DRINK

    Spectators may bring food and drink into Lord's. A limit has been set on the amount of alcohol that may be brought into the Ground. The limits are either: two pints - 1136ml (under 6% ABV) or 75cl (between 6% and 18% ABV). Any alcoholic beverage outside these limits will be confiscated upon entry to the Ground.

    There are a number of food and drink outlets around the Ground, including the recently refurbished Bicentenary Bar behind the Mound Stand and W.G.'s behind the Grand Stand. The Food Village at the Nursery End is also popular with spectators.



    DRESS REGULATIONS

    Spectators are encouraged to dress comfortably for the day and to consider the comfort of fellow spectators. Fancy dress costumes and oversized hats are not permitted to be worn inside the Ground. Please note that flags and banners, musical instruments, drums and rattles are also not permitted in the Ground.



    REFUND POLICY

    If play does not take place at the Ground on this day or is restricted to the following number of overs, with no result being obtained, you will be entitled to receive a proportional refund of the face value of the ticket subject to there being:

  • (a) 15 overs or less because of adverse weather conditions - a full refund

  • (b) 15.1 overs to 29.5 overs because of adverse weather conditions - a 50% refund



  • In no other circumstances will money be refunded.

    If the original applicant has to return tickets to Lord's for re-sale, M.C.C. will attempt to re-sell such tickets and a charge of 10% of the face value of each ticket will be deducted from the proceeds of such sales. Any tickets returned will not be offered for sale until all remaining tickets for this day have been allocated. Under no circumstances will M.C.C. guarantee the re-sale of any returned tickets.

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    England v. South Africa

    Royal London One-Day International

    Monday 29th May

    Start 10.30a.m.



    THE TICKET BALLOTS

    The Members' Friends' Enclosure Ballot for Full, Senior and Associate Members of M.C.C. only is open for applications from 14th October 2016 until 11th November 2016.

    The General Public Ballot is open for applications from 12th December 2016 until 6th January 2017.
    For the above ballots, all applicants must first log-in to their accounts then press the 'Ballots' tab on the navigation bar, and click the ballot that is available to that category of applicant.
    Brand new applicants must register on the site before submitting an application for inclusion in the General Public Ballot.



    MAKING A GROUP APPLICATION IN THE GENERAL PUBLIC BALLOT

    Once the General Public Ballot is open, if you wish to make a group application then please read the following information describing the group application process.

  • The number of applicants in the group depends on the total number of tickets required. For example: If you require 10 tickets (limit of 2 tickets per person) 5 applicants are required to enter the ballot.
  • One applicant must then takes responsibility for the group's application and becomes the Lead Customer.
  • The Lead Customer emails ticketing@mcc.org.uk with a subject line of Group Application Request, the email should contain details of the Client Refs, Postcodes, the match day(s) and the number of tickets applied for covering all applicants in the group.
  • THIS MUST BE RECEIVED BY 23.59 ON SUNDAY 8th JANUARY. Requests received after this time and date will NOT be included in the Group Application process.

  • The Lead Customer is now the sole representative of the group and is responsible for payment of all tickets allocated in the ballot.
  • The Lead Customer should now await email confirmation indicating that the Group Application has been accepted into the ballot.
  • Please ensure the number of tickets required by the Group has been finalised before sending your email to ticketing@mcc.org.uk as any changes, after receiving the Group Application email, will not be considered.
  • PLEASE BE AWARE ENTERING THE BALLOT AS A GROUP, RATHER THAN AS AN INDIVIDUAL, WILL REDUCE THE CHANCES OF BEING SUCCESSFUL.



    TICKETS FOR DISABLED SPECTATORS


    On major match days, there are three areas within Lord's specifically for the use of visitors in wheelchairs and their companions. These areas are in the front of the Warner and Mound Stands which are uncovered, and, at the rear of the lower section of the Grand Stand which is covered. The ballot for the wheelchair areas takes place in February each year, if you are on the mailing list to receive the wheelchair area ballot application form then this will be sent out automatically in January. If you would like to be placed on the mailing list please telephone the Ticket Office on 020 7432 1000.
    Once the ballot has been completed, and subject to availability, to purchase tickets in these areas please telephone the Ticket Office on 020 7432 1000. A member of the Ticket Office staff will then check the availability and assist you accordingly.
    If you are applying for ticket(s) for a disabled spectator who is not a wheelchair user, please telephone the Ticket Office on 020 7432 1000. A member of the Ticket Office staff will then discuss your specific requirements with you and proceed accordingly.
    For applicants who are hard of hearing, and who do not have access to the Telephone Text Relay Service, please email your requirements to ticketing@mcc.org.uk with a subject line of 'Tickets for the Hard of Hearing'



    THE PRICES FOR THIS MATCH DAY ARE AS FOLLOWS:

    Stand and Tier Adult Under-16
    Grand Stand Upper Tier £105 £105
    Grand Stand Lower Tier £95 £20
    Mound Stand Lower Tier £95 £20
    Compton Stand Upper Tier £95 £20
    Compton Stand Lower Tier Rows 1-8 £75 £20
    Compton Stand Lower Tier Rows 9-15 £65 £20
    Edrich Stand Upper Tier £95 £20
    Edrich Stand Lower Tier Rows 1-10 £75 £20
    Edrich Stand Lower Tier Rows 11-20 £65 £20
    Tavern Stand Concourse £95 £20
    Restricted View Seats £45 £20



    THE STANDS AT LORD'S



    Compton Stand

    Situated at the Nursery End of the Ground and named after the Middlesex and England batsman, Denis Compton, the stand has an upper and lower tier. The vast majority of the upper tier seating is uncovered. Located below the upper tier, all of the lower tier seating is covered. Please note that the lower tier is split into two price categories, these are for seats in rows 1-8 and for seats in rows 9-15. All seats in the Compton Stand provide a view from behind the bowler's arm.

  • The lower tier rows 1-8 consists of seven blocks numbered 1 through to 7
  • The lower tier rows 9-15 consists of six blocks numbered 8 through to 13
  • The upper tier consists of seven blocks numbered 14 through to 20

  • Please note that there are some seats in the Compton Stand Lower Tier that do not have a view of a replay screen, these are:-
  • Block 11 - All seats in row 14
  • Block 12 - All seats in rows 13, 14 and 15
  • Block 13 - All seats in rows 13, 14 and 15


  • Edrich Stand

    Situated at the Nursery End of the Ground and named after the Middlesex and England batsman, Bill Edrich, the stand has an upper and lower tier. The vast majority of the upper tier seating is uncovered. Located below the upper tier, all of the lower tier seating is covered. Please note that the lower tier is split into two price categories, these are for seats in rows 1-10 and for seats in rows 11-20. All seats in the Edrich Stand provide a view from behind the bowler's arm.

  • The lower tier rows 1-10 consists of four blocks numbered 1 through to 4
  • The lower tier rows 11-20 consists of four blocks numbered 5 through to 8
  • The upper tier consists of four blocks numbered 9 through to 12

  • Please note that there are some seats in the Edrich Stand Lower Tier that do not have a view of a replay screen, these are:-
  • Block 5 - All seats in rows 18, 19 and 20
  • Block 6 - All seats in rows 18, 19 and 20
  • Block 7 - All seats in rows 17, 18, 19 and 20
  • Block 8 - Row 18 seats 15-27; row 19 seats 15-27 and row 20 seats 15-27


  • Grand Stand

    The Grand Stand is a two-tier structure. Starting at pitch-level the 20-row lower tier terrace provides a side-on view of play and is divided into covered and uncovered seats. The eleven rows of the upper tier provide an elevated side-on view of the play and although the seats are covered, rows A-D can be affected by sunlight. All the seats in the Grand Stand are padded and cushioned.

  • The lower tier consists of sixteen blocks numbered 1 through to 16
  • The upper tier consists of six blocks numbered 17 through to 22


  • Mound Stand

    The Mound Stand, with its flamboyant roof canopy, is situated on the St. John's Wood Road side of the Ground. The lower tier is a 29-row terraced stand, starting at pitch-level. These seats provide a side-on view of play from approximately over Mid-Wicket or Square Leg and are divided into covered and uncovered seating areas. All seats in the Mound Stand are padded and cushioned.

  • The lower tier consists of sixteen blocks number 1 through to 16


  • Tavern Concourse

    Available only on certain major match days and situated next to the Mound Stand, these seats provide an uncovered pitch-level side-on view of play. All seats in the Tavern Concourse are padded and cushioned.

  • The concourse consists of three blocks numbered 1 through to 3


  • TICKETS FOR UNDER 16s AND BABES-IN-ARMS

  • Under 16s: Ticket holders must be under 16 on this match day
  • Babes-In-Arms: Babes-in-arms may be carried into Lord's free of charge, so long as they will not occupy a seat themselves. It is recommended that a ticket is purchased for any child over three years of age.
  • Details of how to purchase tickets for Under 16s via Quick Seats may be found on the section below.



    PURCHASING TICKETS VIA QUICK SEATS

    On the Quick Seats ticket purchasing screen applicants are asked to select the number of tickets required, then to select the stand, tier and block they wish to be allocated seats in.

    Please note that if a stand has an upper and lower tier, and one tier is not available, the option to select a tier is removed. Applicants should then check the block numbers available, referencing the map shown, to confirm the tier they are purchasing.

    Full details of the tickets selected will appear in the section at the bottom of the screen. Then press 'Add to basket'. It is now at this stage that tickets can be amended to Under 16 by clicking the down arrow next to Adult.



    VIEW FROM SEAT FACILITY

    Once the system has selected your seats, an icon will appear next to the details of each seat. By clicking this icon a photograph will appear that shows a general view of the Ground from the block of seats selected. The image does NOT show the view from the specific seat chosen, but rather a general view from the block chosen.



    RESTRICTED VIEW SEATS

    There are two types of Restricted View seats at Lord's. These are either seats that have a pillar in the line of sight or seats that have a corner of the outfield cut off from view. The blocks that have a limited number of Restricted View seats in them and the type of Restricted view seats in those areas are shown on the map that appears on the Quick Seat option. Restricted View seats will only be selected if the Restricted View box is ticked and all the clear view seats in that block have been allocated. Please note that specific 'View From Seat' images for Restricted View seats are not available.



    THE DESPATCH OF TICKETS

    Tickets will be posted to U.K. addresses until four working days before the match day, and to non-U.K. addresses three weeks before the match date. After these times, tickets will be held for collection. Details of the collection arrangements will be outlined in the ticket confirmation email.



    TRAVELLING TO LORD'S

    The easiest way to travel to Lord's is by public transport. The Ground is within 20 minutes' walk of a number of London Underground and Mail Line Rail Stations. There are also several bus stops within easy walking distance of Lord's.

    There is no car parking available within Lord's or on the streets in the immediate vicinity of the Ground.

    Full details of the local stations and bus routes may be found but clicking on the Visiting Lord's link at the foot of the screen.



    FOOD AND DRINK

    Spectators may bring food and drink into Lord's. A limit has been set on the amount of alcohol that may be brought into the Ground. The limits are either: two pints - 1136ml (under 6% ABV) or 75cl (between 6% and 18% ABV). Any alcoholic beverage outside these limits will be confiscated upon entry to the Ground.

    There are a number of food and drink outlets around the Ground, including the recently refurbished Bicentenary Bar behind the Mound Stand and W.G.'s behind the Grand Stand. The Food Village at the Nursery End is also popular with spectators.



    DRESS REGULATIONS

    Spectators are encouraged to dress comfortably for the day and to consider the comfort of fellow spectators. Fancy dress costumes and oversized hats are not permitted to be worn inside the Ground. Please note that flags and banners, musical instruments, drums and rattles are also not permitted in the Ground.



    REFUND POLICY

    If play does not take place at the Ground on this day or is restricted to the following number of overs, with no result being obtained, you will be entitled to receive a proportional refund of the face value of the ticket subject to there being:

  • (a) 15 overs or less because of adverse weather conditions - a full refund

  • (b) 15.1 overs to 29.5 overs because of adverse weather conditions - a 50% refund



  • In no other circumstances will money be refunded.

    If the original applicant has to return tickets to Lord's for re-sale, M.C.C. will attempt to re-sell such tickets and a charge of 10% of the face value of each ticket will be deducted from the proceeds of such sales. Any tickets returned will not be offered for sale until all remaining tickets for this day have been allocated. Under no circumstances will M.C.C. guarantee the re-sale of any returned tickets.

    On sale to On sale date Loyalty Points Required Max. Tickets
    Per Person


    England v. South Africa - Investec Test Match

    First Day - Thursday 6th July

    Start 11a.m.



    THE TICKET BALLOTS

    The Members' Friends' Enclosure Ballot for Full, Senior and Associate Members of M.C.C. only is open for applications from 14th October 2016 until 11th November 2016.

    The General Public Ballot is open for applications from 12th December 2016 until 6th January 2017.
    For the above ballots, all applicants must first log-in to their accounts then press the 'Ballots' tab on the navigation bar, and click the ballot that is available to that category of applicant.
    Brand new applicants must register on the site before submitting an application for inclusion in the General Public Ballot.



    MAKING A GROUP APPLICATION IN THE GENERAL PUBLIC BALLOT

    Once the General Public Ballot is open, if you wish to make a group application then please read the following information describing the group application process.

  • The number of applicants in the group depends on the total number of tickets required. For example: If you require 10 tickets (limit of 2 tickets per person) 5 applicants are required to enter the ballot.
  • One applicant must then takes responsibility for the group's application and becomes the Lead Customer.
  • The Lead Customer emails ticketing@mcc.org.uk with a subject line of Group Application Request, the email should contain details of the Client Refs, Postcodes, the match day(s) and the number of tickets applied for covering all applicants in the group.
  • THIS MUST BE RECEIVED BY 23.59 ON SUNDAY 8th JANUARY. Requests received after this time and date will NOT be included in the Group Application process.

  • The Lead Customer is now the sole representative of the group and is responsible for payment of all tickets allocated in the ballot.
  • The Lead Customer should now await email confirmation indicating that the Group Application has been accepted into the ballot.
  • Please ensure the number of tickets required by the Group has been finalised before sending your email to ticketing@mcc.org.uk as any changes, after receiving the Group Application email, will not be considered.
  • PLEASE BE AWARE ENTERING THE BALLOT AS A GROUP, RATHER THAN AS AN INDIVIDUAL, WILL REDUCE THE CHANCES OF BEING SUCCESSFUL.



    TICKETS FOR DISABLED SPECTATORS


    On major match days, there are three areas within Lord's specifically for the use of visitors in wheelchairs and their companions. These areas are in the front of the Warner and Mound Stands which are uncovered, and, at the rear of the lower section of the Grand Stand which is covered. The ballot for the wheelchair areas takes place in February each year, if you are on the mailing list to receive the wheelchair area ballot application form then this will be sent out automatically in January. If you would like to be placed on the mailing list please telephone the Ticket Office on 020 7432 1000.
    Once the ballot has been completed, and subject to availability, to purchase tickets in these areas please telephone the Ticket Office on 020 7432 1000. A member of the Ticket Office staff will then check the availability and assist you accordingly.
    If you are applying for ticket(s) for a disabled spectator who is not a wheelchair user, please telephone the Ticket Office on 020 7432 1000. A member of the Ticket Office staff will then discuss your specific requirements with you and proceed accordingly.
    For applicants who are hard of hearing, and who do not have access to the Telephone Text Relay Service, please email your requirements to ticketing@mcc.org.uk with a subject line of 'Tickets for the Hard of Hearing'



    THE PRICES FOR THIS MATCH DAY ARE AS FOLLOWS:

    Stand and Tier Adult Under-16
    Grand Stand Upper Tier £110 £110
    Grand Stand Lower Tier £100 £20
    Mound Stand Lower Tier £100 £20
    Compton Stand Upper Tier £100 £20
    Compton Stand Lower Tier Rows 1-8 £85 £20
    Compton Stand Lower Tier Rows 9-15 £70 £20
    Edrich Stand Upper Tier £100 £20
    Edrich Stand Lower Tier Rows 1-10 £85 £20
    Edrich Stand Lower Tier Rows 11-20 £70 £20
    Tavern Stand Concourse £100 £20
    Restricted View Seats £50 £20



    THE STANDS AT LORD'S



    Compton Stand

    Situated at the Nursery End of the Ground and named after the Middlesex and England batsman, Denis Compton, the stand has an upper and lower tier. The vast majority of the upper tier seating is uncovered. Located below the upper tier, all of the lower tier seating is covered. Please note that the lower tier is split into two price categories, these are for seats in rows 1-8 and for seats in rows 9-15. All seats in the Compton Stand provide a view from behind the bowler's arm.

  • The lower tier rows 1-8 consists of seven blocks numbered 1 through to 7
  • The lower tier rows 9-15 consists of six blocks numbered 8 through to 13
  • The upper tier consists of seven blocks numbered 14 through to 20

  • Please note that there are some seats in the Compton Stand Lower Tier that do not have a view of a replay screen, these are:-
  • Block 11 - All seats in row 14
  • Block 12 - All seats in rows 13, 14 and 15
  • Block 13 - All seats in rows 13, 14 and 15


  • Edrich Stand

    Situated at the Nursery End of the Ground and named after the Middlesex and England batsman, Bill Edrich, the stand has an upper and lower tier. The vast majority of the upper tier seating is uncovered. Located below the upper tier, all of the lower tier seating is covered. Please note that the lower tier is split into two price categories, these are for seats in rows 1-10 and for seats in rows 11-20. All seats in the Edrich Stand provide a view from behind the bowler's arm.

  • The lower tier rows 1-10 consists of four blocks numbered 1 through to 4
  • The lower tier rows 11-20 consists of four blocks numbered 5 through to 8
  • The upper tier consists of four blocks numbered 9 through to 12

  • Please note that there are some seats in the Edrich Stand Lower Tier that do not have a view of a replay screen, these are:-
  • Block 5 - All seats in rows 18, 19 and 20
  • Block 6 - All seats in rows 18, 19 and 20
  • Block 7 - All seats in rows 17, 18, 19 and 20
  • Block 8 - Row 18 seats 15-27; row 19 seats 15-27 and row 20 seats 15-27


  • Grand Stand

    The Grand Stand is a two-tier structure. Starting at pitch-level the 20-row lower tier terrace provides a side-on view of play and is divided into covered and uncovered seats. The eleven rows of the upper tier provide an elevated side-on view of the play and although the seats are covered, rows A-D can be affected by sunlight. All the seats in the Grand Stand are padded and cushioned.

  • The lower tier consists of sixteen blocks numbered 1 through to 16
  • The upper tier consists of six blocks numbered 17 through to 22


  • Mound Stand

    The Mound Stand, with its flamboyant roof canopy, is situated on the St. John's Wood Road side of the Ground. The lower tier is a 29-row terraced stand, starting at pitch-level. These seats provide a side-on view of play from approximately over Mid-Wicket or Square Leg and are divided into covered and uncovered seating areas. All seats in the Mound Stand are padded and cushioned.

  • The lower tier consists of sixteen blocks number 1 through to 16


  • Tavern Concourse

    Available only on certain major match days and situated next to the Mound Stand, these seats provide an uncovered pitch-level side-on view of play. All seats in the Tavern Concourse are padded and cushioned.

  • The concourse consists of three blocks numbered 1 through to 3


  • TICKETS FOR UNDER 16s AND BABES-IN-ARMS

  • Under 16s: Ticket holders must be under 16 on this match day
  • Babes-In-Arms: Babes-in-arms may be carried into Lord's free of charge, so long as they will not occupy a seat themselves. It is recommended that a ticket is purchased for any child over three years of age.
  • Details of how to purchase tickets for Under 16s via Quick Seats may be found on the section below.



    PURCHASING TICKETS VIA QUICK SEATS

    On the Quick Seats ticket purchasing screen applicants are asked to select the number of tickets required, then to select the stand, tier and block they wish to be allocated seats in.

    Please note that if a stand has an upper and lower tier, and one tier is not available, the option to select a tier is removed. Applicants should then check the block numbers available, referencing the map shown, to confirm the tier they are purchasing.

    Full details of the tickets selected will appear in the section at the bottom of the screen. Then press 'Add to basket'. It is now at this stage that tickets can be amended to Under 16 by clicking the down arrow next to Adult.



    VIEW FROM SEAT FACILITY

    Once the system has selected your seats, an icon will appear next to the details of each seat. By clicking this icon a photograph will appear that shows a general view of the Ground from the block of seats selected. The image does NOT show the view from the specific seat chosen, but rather a general view from the block chosen.



    RESTRICTED VIEW SEATS

    There are two types of Restricted View seats at Lord's. These are either seats that have a pillar in the line of sight or seats that have a corner of the outfield cut off from view. The blocks that have a limited number of Restricted View seats in them and the type of Restricted view seats in those areas are shown on the map that appears on the Quick Seat option. Restricted View seats will only be selected if the Restricted View box is ticked and all the clear view seats in that block have been allocated. Please note that specific 'View From Seat' images for Restricted View seats are not available.



    THE DESPATCH OF TICKETS

    Tickets will be posted to U.K. addresses until three working days before the match day, and to non-U.K. addresses three weeks before the match date. After these times, tickets will be held for collection. Details of the collection arrangements will be outlined in the ticket confirmation email.



    TRAVELLING TO LORD'S

    The easiest way to travel to Lord's is by public transport. The Ground is within 20 minutes' walk of a number of London Underground and Mail Line Rail Stations. There are also several bus stops within easy walking distance of Lord's.

    There is no car parking available within Lord's or on the streets in the immediate vicinity of the Ground.

    Full details of the local stations and bus routes may be found but clicking on the Visiting Lord's link at the foot of the screen.



    FOOD AND DRINK

    Spectators may bring food and drink into Lord's. A limit has been set on the amount of alcohol that may be brought into the Ground. The limits are either: two pints - 1136ml (under 6% ABV) or 75cl (between 6% and 18% ABV). Any alcoholic beverage outside these limits will be confiscated upon entry to the Ground.

    There are a number of food and drink outlets around the Ground, including the recently refurbished Bicentenary Bar behind the Mound Stand and W.G.'s behind the Grand Stand. The Food Village at the Nursery End is also popular with spectators.



    DRESS REGULATIONS

    Spectators are encouraged to dress comfortably for the day and to consider the comfort of fellow spectators. Fancy dress costumes and oversized hats are not permitted to be worn inside the Ground. Please note that flags and banners, musical instruments, drums and rattles are also not permitted in the Ground.



    REFUND POLICY

    If play is restricted or does not take place at the Ground on this day, you will be entitled to receive a proportional refund of the face value of the ticket subject to there being:

  • (a) 15 overs or less because of adverse weather conditions or completion of the match - a full refund

  • (b) 15.1 overs to 29.5 overs because of adverse weather conditions or completion of the match - a 50% refund



  • In no other circumstances will money be refunded.

    If the original applicant has to return tickets to Lord's for re-sale, M.C.C. will attempt to re-sell such tickets and a charge of 10% of the face value of each ticket will be deducted from the proceeds of such sales. Any tickets returned will not be offered for sale until all remaining tickets for this day have been allocated. Under no circumstances will M.C.C. guarantee the re-sale of any returned tickets.

    On sale to On sale date Loyalty Points Required Max. Tickets
    Per Person


    England v. South Africa - Investec Test Match

    Second Day - Friday 7th July

    Start 11a.m.



    THE TICKET BALLOTS

    The Members' Friends' Enclosure Ballot for Full, Senior and Associate Members of M.C.C. only is open for applications from 14th October 2016 until 11th November 2016.

    The General Public Ballot is open for applications from 12th December 2016 until 6th January 2017.
    For the above ballots, all applicants must first log-in to their accounts then press the 'Ballots' tab on the navigation bar, and click the ballot that is available to that category of applicant.
    Brand new applicants must register on the site before submitting an application for inclusion in the General Public Ballot.



    MAKING A GROUP APPLICATION IN THE GENERAL PUBLIC BALLOT

    Once the General Public Ballot is open, if you wish to make a group application then please read the following information describing the group application process.

  • The number of applicants in the group depends on the total number of tickets required. For example: If you require 10 tickets (limit of 2 tickets per person) 5 applicants are required to enter the ballot.
  • One applicant must then takes responsibility for the group's application and becomes the Lead Customer.
  • The Lead Customer emails ticketing@mcc.org.uk with a subject line of Group Application Request, the email should contain details of the Client Refs, Postcodes, the match day(s) and the number of tickets applied for covering all applicants in the group.
  • THIS MUST BE RECEIVED BY 23.59 ON SUNDAY 8th JANUARY. Requests received after this time and date will NOT be included in the Group Application process.

  • The Lead Customer is now the sole representative of the group and is responsible for payment of all tickets allocated in the ballot.
  • The Lead Customer should now await email confirmation indicating that the Group Application has been accepted into the ballot.
  • Please ensure the number of tickets required by the Group has been finalised before sending your email to ticketing@mcc.org.uk as any changes, after receiving the Group Application email, will not be considered.
  • PLEASE BE AWARE ENTERING THE BALLOT AS A GROUP, RATHER THAN AS AN INDIVIDUAL, WILL REDUCE THE CHANCES OF BEING SUCCESSFUL.



    TICKETS FOR DISABLED SPECTATORS


    On major match days, there are three areas within Lord's specifically for the use of visitors in wheelchairs and their companions. These areas are in the front of the Warner and Mound Stands which are uncovered, and, at the rear of the lower section of the Grand Stand which is covered. The ballot for the wheelchair areas takes place in February each year, if you are on the mailing list to receive the wheelchair area ballot application form then this will be sent out automatically in January. If you would like to be placed on the mailing list please telephone the Ticket Office on 020 7432 1000.
    Once the ballot has been completed, and subject to availability, to purchase tickets in these areas please telephone the Ticket Office on 020 7432 1000. A member of the Ticket Office staff will then check the availability and assist you accordingly.
    If you are applying for ticket(s) for a disabled spectator who is not a wheelchair user, please telephone the Ticket Office on 020 7432 1000. A member of the Ticket Office staff will then discuss your specific requirements with you and proceed accordingly.
    For applicants who are hard of hearing, and who do not have access to the Telephone Text Relay Service, please email your requirements to ticketing@mcc.org.uk with a subject line of 'Tickets for the Hard of Hearing'



    THE PRICES FOR THIS MATCH DAY ARE AS FOLLOWS:

    Stand and Tier Adult Under-16
    Grand Stand Upper Tier £110 £110
    Grand Stand Lower Tier £100 £20
    Mound Stand Lower Tier £100 £20
    Compton Stand Upper Tier £100 £20
    Compton Stand Lower Tier Rows 1-8 £85 £20
    Compton Stand Lower Tier Rows 9-15 £70 £20
    Edrich Stand Upper Tier £100 £20
    Edrich Stand Lower Tier Rows 1-10 £85 £20
    Edrich Stand Lower Tier Rows 11-20 £70 £20
    Tavern Stand Concourse £100 £20
    Restricted View Seats £50 £20



    THE STANDS AT LORD'S



    Compton Stand

    Situated at the Nursery End of the Ground and named after the Middlesex and England batsman, Denis Compton, the stand has an upper and lower tier. The vast majority of the upper tier seating is uncovered. Located below the upper tier, all of the lower tier seating is covered. Please note that the lower tier is split into two price categories, these are for seats in rows 1-8 and for seats in rows 9-15. All seats in the Compton Stand provide a view from behind the bowler's arm.

  • The lower tier rows 1-8 consists of seven blocks numbered 1 through to 7
  • The lower tier rows 9-15 consists of six blocks numbered 8 through to 13
  • The upper tier consists of seven blocks numbered 14 through to 20

  • Please note that there are some seats in the Compton Stand Lower Tier that do not have a view of a replay screen, these are:-
  • Block 11 - All seats in row 14
  • Block 12 - All seats in rows 13, 14 and 15
  • Block 13 - All seats in rows 13, 14 and 15


  • Edrich Stand

    Situated at the Nursery End of the Ground and named after the Middlesex and England batsman, Bill Edrich, the stand has an upper and lower tier. The vast majority of the upper tier seating is uncovered. Located below the upper tier, all of the lower tier seating is covered. Please note that the lower tier is split into two price categories, these are for seats in rows 1-10 and for seats in rows 11-20. All seats in the Edrich Stand provide a view from behind the bowler's arm.

  • The lower tier rows 1-10 consists of four blocks numbered 1 through to 4
  • The lower tier rows 11-20 consists of four blocks numbered 5 through to 8
  • The upper tier consists of four blocks numbered 9 through to 12

  • Please note that there are some seats in the Edrich Stand Lower Tier that do not have a view of a replay screen, these are:-
  • Block 5 - All seats in rows 18, 19 and 20
  • Block 6 - All seats in rows 18, 19 and 20
  • Block 7 - All seats in rows 17, 18, 19 and 20
  • Block 8 - Row 18 seats 15-27; row 19 seats 15-27 and row 20 seats 15-27


  • Grand Stand

    The Grand Stand is a two-tier structure. Starting at pitch-level the 20-row lower tier terrace provides a side-on view of play and is divided into covered and uncovered seats. The eleven rows of the upper tier provide an elevated side-on view of the play and although the seats are covered, rows A-D can be affected by sunlight. All the seats in the Grand Stand are padded and cushioned.

  • The lower tier consists of sixteen blocks numbered 1 through to 16
  • The upper tier consists of six blocks numbered 17 through to 22


  • Mound Stand

    The Mound Stand, with its flamboyant roof canopy, is situated on the St. John's Wood Road side of the Ground. The lower tier is a 29-row terraced stand, starting at pitch-level. These seats provide a side-on view of play from approximately over Mid-Wicket or Square Leg and are divided into covered and uncovered seating areas. All seats in the Mound Stand are padded and cushioned.

  • The lower tier consists of sixteen blocks number 1 through to 16


  • Tavern Concourse

    Available only on certain major match days and situated next to the Mound Stand, these seats provide an uncovered pitch-level side-on view of play. All seats in the Tavern Concourse are padded and cushioned.

  • The concourse consists of three blocks numbered 1 through to 3


  • TICKETS FOR UNDER 16s AND BABES-IN-ARMS

  • Under 16s: Ticket holders must be under 16 on this match day
  • Babes-In-Arms: Babes-in-arms may be carried into Lord's free of charge, so long as they will not occupy a seat themselves. It is recommended that a ticket is purchased for any child over three years of age.
  • Details of how to purchase tickets for Under 16s via Quick Seats may be found on the section below.



    PURCHASING TICKETS VIA QUICK SEATS

    On the Quick Seats ticket purchasing screen applicants are asked to select the number of tickets required, then to select the stand, tier and block they wish to be allocated seats in.

    Please note that if a stand has an upper and lower tier, and one tier is not available, the option to select a tier is removed. Applicants should then check the block numbers available, referencing the map shown, to confirm the tier they are purchasing.

    Full details of the tickets selected will appear in the section at the bottom of the screen. Then press 'Add to basket'. It is now at this stage that tickets can be amended to Under 16 by clicking the down arrow next to Adult.



    VIEW FROM SEAT FACILITY

    Once the system has selected your seats, an icon will appear next to the details of each seat. By clicking this icon a photograph will appear that shows a general view of the Ground from the block of seats selected. The image does NOT show the view from the specific seat chosen, but rather a general view from the block chosen.



    RESTRICTED VIEW SEATS

    There are two types of Restricted View seats at Lord's. These are either seats that have a pillar in the line of sight or seats that have a corner of the outfield cut off from view. The blocks that have a limited number of Restricted View seats in them and the type of Restricted view seats in those areas are shown on the map that appears on the Quick Seat option. Restricted View seats will only be selected if the Restricted View box is ticked and all the clear view seats in that block have been allocated. Please note that specific 'View From Seat' images for Restricted View seats are not available.



    THE DESPATCH OF TICKETS

    Tickets will be posted to U.K. addresses until three working days before the match day, and to non-U.K. addresses three weeks before the match date. After these times, tickets will be held for collection. Details of the collection arrangements will be outlined in the ticket confirmation email.



    TRAVELLING TO LORD'S

    The easiest way to travel to Lord's is by public transport. The Ground is within 20 minutes' walk of a number of London Underground and Mail Line Rail Stations. There are also several bus stops within easy walking distance of Lord's.

    There is no car parking available within Lord's or on the streets in the immediate vicinity of the Ground.

    Full details of the local stations and bus routes may be found but clicking on the Visiting Lord's link at the foot of the screen.



    FOOD AND DRINK

    Spectators may bring food and drink into Lord's. A limit has been set on the amount of alcohol that may be brought into the Ground. The limits are either: two pints - 1136ml (under 6% ABV) or 75cl (between 6% and 18% ABV). Any alcoholic beverage outside these limits will be confiscated upon entry to the Ground.

    There are a number of food and drink outlets around the Ground, including the recently refurbished Bicentenary Bar behind the Mound Stand and W.G.'s behind the Grand Stand. The Food Village at the Nursery End is also popular with spectators.



    DRESS REGULATIONS

    Spectators are encouraged to dress comfortably for the day and to consider the comfort of fellow spectators. Fancy dress costumes and oversized hats are not permitted to be worn inside the Ground. Please note that flags and banners, musical instruments, drums and rattles are also not permitted in the Ground.



    REFUND POLICY

    If play is restricted or does not take place at the Ground on this day, you will be entitled to receive a proportional refund of the face value of the ticket subject to there being:

  • (a) 15 overs or less because of adverse weather conditions or completion of the match - a full refund

  • (b) 15.1 overs to 29.5 overs because of adverse weather conditions or completion of the match - a 50% refund



  • In no other circumstances will money be refunded.

    If the original applicant has to return tickets to Lord's for re-sale, M.C.C. will attempt to re-sell such tickets and a charge of 10% of the face value of each ticket will be deducted from the proceeds of such sales. Any tickets returned will not be offered for sale until all remaining tickets for this day have been allocated. Under no circumstances will M.C.C. guarantee the re-sale of any returned tickets.

    On sale to On sale date Loyalty Points Required Max. Tickets
    Per Person


    England v. South Africa - Investec Test Match

    Third Day - Saturday 8th July

    Start 11a.m.



    THE TICKET BALLOTS

    The Members' Friends' Enclosure Ballot for Full, Senior and Associate Members of M.C.C. only is open for applications from 14th October 2016 until 11th November 2016.

    The General Public Ballot is open for applications from 12th December 2016 until 6th January 2017.
    For the above ballots, all applicants must first log-in to their accounts then press the 'Ballots' tab on the navigation bar, and click the ballot that is available to that category of applicant.
    Brand new applicants must register on the site before submitting an application for inclusion in the General Public Ballot.



    MAKING A GROUP APPLICATION IN THE GENERAL PUBLIC BALLOT

    Once the General Public Ballot is open, if you wish to make a group application then please read the following information describing the group application process.

  • The number of applicants in the group depends on the total number of tickets required. For example: If you require 10 tickets (limit of 2 tickets per person) 5 applicants are required to enter the ballot.
  • One applicant must then takes responsibility for the group's application and becomes the Lead Customer.
  • The Lead Customer emails ticketing@mcc.org.uk with a subject line of Group Application Request, the email should contain details of the Client Refs, Postcodes, the match day(s) and the number of tickets applied for covering all applicants in the group.
  • THIS MUST BE RECEIVED BY 23.59 ON SUNDAY 8th JANUARY. Requests received after this time and date will NOT be included in the Group Application process.

  • The Lead Customer is now the sole representative of the group and is responsible for payment of all tickets allocated in the ballot.
  • The Lead Customer should now await email confirmation indicating that the Group Application has been accepted into the ballot.
  • Please ensure the number of tickets required by the Group has been finalised before sending your email to ticketing@mcc.org.uk as any changes, after receiving the Group Application email, will not be considered.
  • PLEASE BE AWARE ENTERING THE BALLOT AS A GROUP, RATHER THAN AS AN INDIVIDUAL, WILL REDUCE THE CHANCES OF BEING SUCCESSFUL.



    TICKETS FOR DISABLED SPECTATORS


    On major match days, there are three areas within Lord's specifically for the use of visitors in wheelchairs and their companions. These areas are in the front of the Warner and Mound Stands which are uncovered, and, at the rear of the lower section of the Grand Stand which is covered. The ballot for the wheelchair areas takes place in February each year, if you are on the mailing list to receive the wheelchair area ballot application form then this will be sent out automatically in January. If you would like to be placed on the mailing list please telephone the Ticket Office on 020 7432 1000.
    Once the ballot has been completed, and subject to availability, to purchase tickets in these areas please telephone the Ticket Office on 020 7432 1000. A member of the Ticket Office staff will then check the availability and assist you accordingly.
    If you are applying for ticket(s) for a disabled spectator who is not a wheelchair user, please telephone the Ticket Office on 020 7432 1000. A member of the Ticket Office staff will then discuss your specific requirements with you and proceed accordingly.
    For applicants who are hard of hearing, and who do not have access to the Telephone Text Relay Service, please email your requirements to ticketing@mcc.org.uk with a subject line of 'Tickets for the Hard of Hearing'



    THE PRICES FOR THIS MATCH DAY ARE AS FOLLOWS:

    Stand and Tier Adult Under-16
    Grand Stand Upper Tier £100 £100
    Grand Stand Lower Tier £90 £20
    Mound Stand Lower Tier £90 £20
    Compton Stand Upper Tier £90 £20
    Compton Stand Lower Tier Rows 1-8 £70 £20
    Compton Stand Lower Tier Rows 9-15 £60 £20
    Edrich Stand Upper Tier £90 £20
    Edrich Stand Lower Tier Rows 1-10 £70 £20
    Edrich Stand Lower Tier Rows 11-20 £60 £20
    Tavern Stand Concourse £90 £20
    Restricted View Seats £40 £20



    THE STANDS AT LORD'S



    Compton Stand

    Situated at the Nursery End of the Ground and named after the Middlesex and England batsman, Denis Compton, the stand has an upper and lower tier. The vast majority of the upper tier seating is uncovered. Located below the upper tier, all of the lower tier seating is covered. Please note that the lower tier is split into two price categories, these are for seats in rows 1-8 and for seats in rows 9-15. All seats in the Compton Stand provide a view from behind the bowler's arm.

  • The lower tier rows 1-8 consists of seven blocks numbered 1 through to 7
  • The lower tier rows 9-15 consists of six blocks numbered 8 through to 13
  • The upper tier consists of seven blocks numbered 14 through to 20

  • Please note that there are some seats in the Compton Stand Lower Tier that do not have a view of a replay screen, these are:-
  • Block 11 - All seats in row 14
  • Block 12 - All seats in rows 13, 14 and 15
  • Block 13 - All seats in rows 13, 14 and 15


  • Edrich Stand

    Situated at the Nursery End of the Ground and named after the Middlesex and England batsman, Bill Edrich, the stand has an upper and lower tier. The vast majority of the upper tier seating is uncovered. Located below the upper tier, all of the lower tier seating is covered. Please note that the lower tier is split into two price categories, these are for seats in rows 1-10 and for seats in rows 11-20. All seats in the Edrich Stand provide a view from behind the bowler's arm.

  • The lower tier rows 1-10 consists of four blocks numbered 1 through to 4
  • The lower tier rows 11-20 consists of four blocks numbered 5 through to 8
  • The upper tier consists of four blocks numbered 9 through to 12

  • Please note that there are some seats in the Edrich Stand Lower Tier that do not have a view of a replay screen, these are:-
  • Block 5 - All seats in rows 18, 19 and 20
  • Block 6 - All seats in rows 18, 19 and 20
  • Block 7 - All seats in rows 17, 18, 19 and 20
  • Block 8 - Row 18 seats 15-27; row 19 seats 15-27 and row 20 seats 15-27


  • Grand Stand

    The Grand Stand is a two-tier structure. Starting at pitch-level the 20-row lower tier terrace provides a side-on view of play and is divided into covered and uncovered seats. The eleven rows of the upper tier provide an elevated side-on view of the play and although the seats are covered, rows A-D can be affected by sunlight. All the seats in the Grand Stand are padded and cushioned.

  • The lower tier consists of sixteen blocks numbered 1 through to 16
  • The upper tier consists of six blocks numbered 17 through to 22


  • Mound Stand

    The Mound Stand, with its flamboyant roof canopy, is situated on the St. John's Wood Road side of the Ground. The lower tier is a 29-row terraced stand, starting at pitch-level. These seats provide a side-on view of play from approximately over Mid-Wicket or Square Leg and are divided into covered and uncovered seating areas. All seats in the Mound Stand are padded and cushioned.

  • The lower tier consists of sixteen blocks number 1 through to 16


  • Tavern Concourse

    Available only on certain major match days and situated next to the Mound Stand, these seats provide an uncovered pitch-level side-on view of play. All seats in the Tavern Concourse are padded and cushioned.

  • The concourse consists of three blocks numbered 1 through to 3


  • TICKETS FOR UNDER 16s AND BABES-IN-ARMS

  • Under 16s: Ticket holders must be under 16 on this match day
  • Babes-In-Arms: Babes-in-arms may be carried into Lord's free of charge, so long as they will not occupy a seat themselves. It is recommended that a ticket is purchased for any child over three years of age.
  • Details of how to purchase tickets for Under 16s via Quick Seats may be found on the section below.



    PURCHASING TICKETS VIA QUICK SEATS

    On the Quick Seats ticket purchasing screen applicants are asked to select the number of tickets required, then to select the stand, tier and block they wish to be allocated seats in.

    Please note that if a stand has an upper and lower tier, and one tier is not available, the option to select a tier is removed. Applicants should then check the block numbers available, referencing the map shown, to confirm the tier they are purchasing.

    Full details of the tickets selected will appear in the section at the bottom of the screen. Then press 'Add to basket'. It is now at this stage that tickets can be amended to Under 16 by clicking the down arrow next to Adult.



    VIEW FROM SEAT FACILITY

    Once the system has selected your seats, an icon will appear next to the details of each seat. By clicking this icon a photograph will appear that shows a general view of the Ground from the block of seats selected. The image does NOT show the view from the specific seat chosen, but rather a general view from the block chosen.



    RESTRICTED VIEW SEATS

    There are two types of Restricted View seats at Lord's. These are either seats that have a pillar in the line of sight or seats that have a corner of the outfield cut off from view. The blocks that have a limited number of Restricted View seats in them and the type of Restricted view seats in those areas are shown on the map that appears on the Quick Seat option. Restricted View seats will only be selected if the Restricted View box is ticked and all the clear view seats in that block have been allocated. Please note that specific 'View From Seat' images for Restricted View seats are not available.



    THE DESPATCH OF TICKETS

    Tickets will be posted to U.K. addresses until four working days before the match day, and to non-U.K. addresses three weeks before the match date. After these times, tickets will be held for collection. Details of the collection arrangements will be outlined in the ticket confirmation email.



    TRAVELLING TO LORD'S

    The easiest way to travel to Lord's is by public transport. The Ground is within 20 minutes' walk of a number of London Underground and Mail Line Rail Stations. There are also several bus stops within easy walking distance of Lord's.

    There is no car parking available within Lord's or on the streets in the immediate vicinity of the Ground.

    Full details of the local stations and bus routes may be found but clicking on the Visiting Lord's link at the foot of the screen.



    FOOD AND DRINK

    Spectators may bring food and drink into Lord's. A limit has been set on the amount of alcohol that may be brought into the Ground. The limits are either: two pints - 1136ml (under 6% ABV) or 75cl (between 6% and 18% ABV). Any alcoholic beverage outside these limits will be confiscated upon entry to the Ground.

    There are a number of food and drink outlets around the Ground, including the recently refurbished Bicentenary Bar behind the Mound Stand and W.G.'s behind the Grand Stand. The Food Village at the Nursery End is also popular with spectators.



    DRESS REGULATIONS

    Spectators are encouraged to dress comfortably for the day and to consider the comfort of fellow spectators. Fancy dress costumes and oversized hats are not permitted to be worn inside the Ground. Please note that flags and banners, musical instruments, drums and rattles are also not permitted in the Ground.



    REFUND POLICY

    If play is restricted or does not take place at the Ground on this day, you will be entitled to receive a proportional refund of the face value of the ticket subject to there being:

  • (a) 15 overs or less because of adverse weather conditions or completion of the match - a full refund

  • (b) 15.1 overs to 29.5 overs because of adverse weather conditions or completion of the match - a 50% refund



  • In no other circumstances will money be refunded.

    If the original applicant has to return tickets to Lord's for re-sale, M.C.C. will attempt to re-sell such tickets and a charge of 10% of the face value of each ticket will be deducted from the proceeds of such sales. Any tickets returned will not be offered for sale until all remaining tickets for this day have been allocated. Under no circumstances will M.C.C. guarantee the re-sale of any returned tickets.

    On sale to On sale date Loyalty Points Required Max. Tickets
    Per Person


    England v. South Africa - Investec Test Match

    Fourth Day - Sunday 9th June

    Start 11a.m.



    THE TICKET BALLOTS

    The Members' Friends' Enclosure Ballot for Full, Senior and Associate Members of M.C.C. only is open for applications from 14th October 2016 until 11th November 2016.

    The General Public Ballot is open for applications from 12th December 2016 until 6th January 2017.
    For the above ballots, all applicants must first log-in to their accounts then press the 'Ballots' tab on the navigation bar, and click the ballot that is available to that category of applicant.
    Brand new applicants must register on the site before submitting an application for inclusion in the General Public Ballot.



    MAKING A GROUP APPLICATION IN THE GENERAL PUBLIC BALLOT

    Once the General Public Ballot is open, if you wish to make a group application then please read the following information describing the group application process.

  • The number of applicants in the group depends on the total number of tickets required. For example: If you require 12 tickets (limit of 4 tickets per person) 3 applicants are required to enter the ballot.
  • One applicant must then takes responsibility for the group's application and becomes the Lead Customer.
  • The Lead Customer emails ticketing@mcc.org.uk with a subject line of Group Application Request, the email should contain details of the Client Refs, Postcodes, the match day(s) and the number of tickets applied for covering all applicants in the group.
  • THIS MUST BE RECEIVED BY 23.59 ON SUNDAY 8th JANUARY. Requests received after this time and date will NOT be included in the Group Application process.

  • The Lead Customer is now the sole representative of the group and is responsible for payment of all tickets allocated in the ballot.
  • The Lead Customer should now await email confirmation indicating that the Group Application has been accepted into the ballot.
  • Please ensure the number of tickets required by the Group has been finalised before sending your email to ticketing@mcc.org.uk as any changes, after receiving the Group Application email, will not be considered.
  • PLEASE BE AWARE ENTERING THE BALLOT AS A GROUP, RATHER THAN AS AN INDIVIDUAL, WILL REDUCE THE CHANCES OF BEING SUCCESSFUL.



    TICKETS FOR DISABLED SPECTATORS


    On major match days, there are three areas within Lord's specifically for the use of visitors in wheelchairs and their companions. These areas are in the front of the Warner and Mound Stands which are uncovered, and, at the rear of the lower section of the Grand Stand which is covered. The ballot for the wheelchair areas takes place in February each year, if you are on the mailing list to receive the wheelchair area ballot application form then this will be sent out automatically in January. If you would like to be placed on the mailing list please telephone the Ticket Office on 020 7432 1000.
    Once the ballot has been completed, and subject to availability, to purchase tickets in these areas please telephone the Ticket Office on 020 7432 1000. A member of the Ticket Office staff will then check the availability and assist you accordingly.
    If you are applying for ticket(s) for a disabled spectator who is not a wheelchair user, please telephone the Ticket Office on 020 7432 1000. A member of the Ticket Office staff will then discuss your specific requirements with you and proceed accordingly.
    For applicants who are hard of hearing, and who do not have access to the Telephone Text Relay Service, please email your requirements to ticketing@mcc.org.uk with a subject line of 'Tickets for the Hard of Hearing'



    THE PRICES FOR THIS MATCH DAY ARE AS FOLLOWS:

    Stand and Tier Adult Under-16
    Grand Stand Upper Tier £80 £80
    Grand Stand Lower Tier £75 £20
    Mound Stand Lower Tier £75 £20
    Compton Stand Upper Tier £75 £20
    Compton Stand Lower Tier Rows 1-8 £55 £20
    Compton Stand Lower Tier Rows 9-15 £45 £20
    Edrich Stand Upper Tier £75 £20
    Edrich Stand Lower Tier Rows 1-10 £55 £20
    Edrich Stand Lower Tier Rows 11-20 £45 £20
    Tavern Stand Concourse £75 £20
    Restricted View Seats £30 £20



    THE STANDS AT LORD'S



    Compton Stand

    Situated at the Nursery End of the Ground and named after the Middlesex and England batsman, Denis Compton, the stand has an upper and lower tier. The vast majority of the upper tier seating is uncovered. Located below the upper tier, all of the lower tier seating is covered. Please note that the lower tier is split into two price categories, these are for seats in rows 1-8 and for seats in rows 9-15. All seats in the Compton Stand provide a view from behind the bowler's arm.

  • The lower tier rows 1-8 consists of seven blocks numbered 1 through to 7
  • The lower tier rows 9-15 consists of six blocks numbered 8 through to 13
  • The upper tier consists of seven blocks numbered 14 through to 20

  • Please note that there are some seats in the Compton Stand Lower Tier that do not have a view of a replay screen, these are:-
  • Block 11 - All seats in row 14
  • Block 12 - All seats in rows 13, 14 and 15
  • Block 13 - All seats in rows 13, 14 and 15


  • Edrich Stand

    Situated at the Nursery End of the Ground and named after the Middlesex and England batsman, Bill Edrich, the stand has an upper and lower tier. The vast majority of the upper tier seating is uncovered. Located below the upper tier, all of the lower tier seating is covered. Please note that the lower tier is split into two price categories, these are for seats in rows 1-10 and for seats in rows 11-20. All seats in the Edrich Stand provide a view from behind the bowler's arm.

  • The lower tier rows 1-10 consists of four blocks numbered 1 through to 4
  • The lower tier rows 11-20 consists of four blocks numbered 5 through to 8
  • The upper tier consists of four blocks numbered 9 through to 12

  • Please note that there are some seats in the Edrich Stand Lower Tier that do not have a view of a replay screen, these are:-
  • Block 5 - All seats in rows 18, 19 and 20
  • Block 6 - All seats in rows 18, 19 and 20
  • Block 7 - All seats in rows 17, 18, 19 and 20
  • Block 8 - Row 18 seats 15-27; row 19 seats 15-27 and row 20 seats 15-27


  • Grand Stand

    The Grand Stand is a two-tier structure. Starting at pitch-level the 20-row lower tier terrace provides a side-on view of play and is divided into covered and uncovered seats. The eleven rows of the upper tier provide an elevated side-on view of the play and although the seats are covered, rows A-D can be affected by sunlight. All the seats in the Grand Stand are padded and cushioned.

  • The lower tier consists of sixteen blocks numbered 1 through to 16
  • The upper tier consists of six blocks numbered 17 through to 22


  • Mound Stand

    The Mound Stand, with its flamboyant roof canopy, is situated on the St. John's Wood Road side of the Ground. The lower tier is a 29-row terraced stand, starting at pitch-level. These seats provide a side-on view of play from approximately over Mid-Wicket or Square Leg and are divided into covered and uncovered seating areas. All seats in the Mound Stand are padded and cushioned.

  • The lower tier consists of sixteen blocks number 1 through to 16


  • Tavern Concourse

    Available only on certain major match days and situated next to the Mound Stand, these seats provide an uncovered pitch-level side-on view of play. All seats in the Tavern Concourse are padded and cushioned.

  • The concourse consists of three blocks numbered 1 through to 3


  • TICKETS FOR UNDER 16s AND BABES-IN-ARMS

  • Under 16s: Ticket holders must be under 16 on this match day
  • Babes-In-Arms: Babes-in-arms may be carried into Lord's free of charge, so long as they will not occupy a seat themselves. It is recommended that a ticket is purchased for any child over three years of age.
  • Details of how to purchase tickets for Under 16s via Quick Seats may be found on the section below.



    PURCHASING TICKETS VIA QUICK SEATS

    On the Quick Seats ticket purchasing screen applicants are asked to select the number of tickets required, then to select the stand, tier and block they wish to be allocated seats in.

    Please note that if a stand has an upper and lower tier, and one tier is not available, the option to select a tier is removed. Applicants should then check the block numbers available, referencing the map shown, to confirm the tier they are purchasing.

    Full details of the tickets selected will appear in the section at the bottom of the screen. Then press 'Add to basket'. It is now at this stage that tickets can be amended to Under 16 by clicking the down arrow next to Adult.



    VIEW FROM SEAT FACILITY

    Once the system has selected your seats, an icon will appear next to the details of each seat. By clicking this icon a photograph will appear that shows a general view of the Ground from the block of seats selected. The image does NOT show the view from the specific seat chosen, but rather a general view from the block chosen.



    RESTRICTED VIEW SEATS

    There are two types of Restricted View seats at Lord's. These are either seats that have a pillar in the line of sight or seats that have a corner of the outfield cut off from view. The blocks that have a limited number of Restricted View seats in them and the type of Restricted view seats in those areas are shown on the map that appears on the Quick Seat option. Restricted View seats will only be selected if the Restricted View box is ticked and all the clear view seats in that block have been allocated. Please note that specific 'View From Seat' images for Restricted View seats are not available.



    THE DESPATCH OF TICKETS

    Tickets will be posted to U.K. addresses until four working days before the match day, and to non-U.K. addresses three weeks before the match date. After these times, tickets will be held for collection. Details of the collection arrangements will be outlined in the ticket confirmation email.



    TRAVELLING TO LORD'S

    The easiest way to travel to Lord's is by public transport. The Ground is within 20 minutes' walk of a number of London Underground and Mail Line Rail Stations. There are also several bus stops within easy walking distance of Lord's.

    There is no car parking available within Lord's or on the streets in the immediate vicinity of the Ground.

    Full details of the local stations and bus routes may be found but clicking on the Visiting Lord's link at the foot of the screen.



    FOOD AND DRINK

    Spectators may bring food and drink into Lord's. A limit has been set on the amount of alcohol that may be brought into the Ground. The limits are either: two pints - 1136ml (under 6% ABV) or 75cl (between 6% and 18% ABV). Any alcoholic beverage outside these limits will be confiscated upon entry to the Ground.

    There are a number of food and drink outlets around the Ground, including the recently refurbished Bicentenary Bar behind the Mound Stand and W.G.'s behind the Grand Stand. The Food Village at the Nursery End is also popular with spectators.



    DRESS REGULATIONS

    Spectators are encouraged to dress comfortably for the day and to consider the comfort of fellow spectators. Fancy dress costumes and oversized hats are not permitted to be worn inside the Ground. Please note that flags and banners, musical instruments, drums and rattles are also not permitted in the Ground.



    REFUND POLICY

    If play is restricted or does not take place at the Ground on this day, you will be entitled to receive a proportional refund of the face value of the ticket subject to there being:

  • (a) 15 overs or less because of adverse weather conditions or completion of the match - a full refund

  • (b) 15.1 overs to 29.5 overs because of adverse weather conditions or completion of the match - a 50% refund



  • In no other circumstances will money be refunded.

    If the original applicant has to return tickets to Lord's for re-sale, M.C.C. will attempt to re-sell such tickets and a charge of 10% of the face value of each ticket will be deducted from the proceeds of such sales. Any tickets returned will not be offered for sale until all remaining tickets for this day have been allocated. Under no circumstances will M.C.C. guarantee the re-sale of any returned tickets.

    On sale to On sale date Loyalty Points Required Max. Tickets
    Per Person


    England v. West Indies - Investec Test Match

    First Day - Thursday 7th September

    Start 11a.m.



    THE TICKET BALLOTS

    The Members' Friends' Enclosure Ballot for Full, Senior and Associate Members of M.C.C. only is open for applications from 14th October 2016 until 11th November 2016.

    The General Public Ballot is open for applications from 12th December 2016 until 6th January 2017.
    For the above ballots, all applicants must first log-in to their accounts then press the 'Ballots' tab on the navigation bar, and click the ballot that is available to that category of applicant.
    Brand new applicants must register on the site before submitting an application for inclusion in the General Public Ballot.



    MAKING A GROUP APPLICATION IN THE GENERAL PUBLIC BALLOT

    Once the General Public Ballot is open, if you wish to make a group application then please read the following information describing the group application process.

  • The number of applicants in the group depends on the total number of tickets required. For example: If you require 10 tickets (limit of 2 tickets per person) 5 applicants are required to enter the ballot.
  • One applicant must then takes responsibility for the group's application and becomes the Lead Customer.
  • The Lead Customer emails ticketing@mcc.org.uk with a subject line of Group Application Request, the email should contain details of the Client Refs, Postcodes, the match day(s) and the number of tickets applied for covering all applicants in the group.
  • THIS MUST BE RECEIVED BY 23.59 ON SUNDAY 8th JANUARY. Requests received after this time and date will NOT be included in the Group Application process.

  • The Lead Customer is now the sole representative of the group and is responsible for payment of all tickets allocated in the ballot.
  • The Lead Customer should now await email confirmation indicating that the Group Application has been accepted into the ballot.
  • Please ensure the number of tickets required by the Group has been finalised before sending your email to ticketing@mcc.org.uk as any changes, after receiving the Group Application email, will not be considered.
  • PLEASE BE AWARE ENTERING THE BALLOT AS A GROUP, RATHER THAN AS AN INDIVIDUAL, WILL REDUCE THE CHANCES OF BEING SUCCESSFUL.



    TICKETS FOR DISABLED SPECTATORS


    On major match days, there are three areas within Lord's specifically for the use of visitors in wheelchairs and their companions. These areas are in the front of the Warner and Mound Stands which are uncovered, and, at the rear of the lower section of the Grand Stand which is covered. The ballot for the wheelchair areas takes place in February each year, if you are on the mailing list to receive the wheelchair area ballot application form then this will be sent out automatically in January. If you would like to be placed on the mailing list please telephone the Ticket Office on 020 7432 1000.
    Once the ballot has been completed, and subject to availability, to purchase tickets in these areas please telephone the Ticket Office on 020 7432 1000. A member of the Ticket Office staff will then check the availability and assist you accordingly.
    If you are applying for ticket(s) for a disabled spectator who is not a wheelchair user, please telephone the Ticket Office on 020 7432 1000. A member of the Ticket Office staff will then discuss your specific requirements with you and proceed accordingly.
    For applicants who are hard of hearing, and who do not have access to the Telephone Text Relay Service, please email your requirements to ticketing@mcc.org.uk with a subject line of 'Tickets for the Hard of Hearing'



    THE PRICES FOR THIS MATCH DAY ARE AS FOLLOWS:

    Stand and Tier Adult Under-16
    Grand Stand Upper Tier £70 £70
    Grand Stand Lower Tier £65 £10
    Mound Stand Lower Tier £65 £10
    Compton Stand Upper Tier £65 £10
    Compton Stand Lower Tier Rows 1-8 £45 £10
    Compton Stand Lower Tier Rows 9-15 £35 £10
    Edrich Stand Upper Tier £65 £10
    Edrich Stand Lower Tier Rows 1-10 £45 £10
    Edrich Stand Lower Tier Rows 11-20 £35 £10
    Tavern Stand Concourse £65 £10
    Restricted View Seats £22 £10



    THE STANDS AT LORD'S



    Compton Stand

    Situated at the Nursery End of the Ground and named after the Middlesex and England batsman, Denis Compton, the stand has an upper and lower tier. The vast majority of the upper tier seating is uncovered. Located below the upper tier, all of the lower tier seating is covered. Please note that the lower tier is split into two price categories, these are for seats in rows 1-8 and for seats in rows 9-15. All seats in the Compton Stand provide a view from behind the bowler's arm.

  • The lower tier rows 1-8 consists of seven blocks numbered 1 through to 7
  • The lower tier rows 9-15 consists of six blocks numbered 8 through to 13
  • The upper tier consists of seven blocks numbered 14 through to 20

  • Please note that there are some seats in the Compton Stand Lower Tier that do not have a view of a replay screen, these are:-
  • Block 11 - All seats in row 14
  • Block 12 - All seats in rows 13, 14 and 15
  • Block 13 - All seats in rows 13, 14 and 15


  • Edrich Stand

    Situated at the Nursery End of the Ground and named after the Middlesex and England batsman, Bill Edrich, the stand has an upper and lower tier. The vast majority of the upper tier seating is uncovered. Located below the upper tier, all of the lower tier seating is covered. Please note that the lower tier is split into two price categories, these are for seats in rows 1-10 and for seats in rows 11-20. All seats in the Edrich Stand provide a view from behind the bowler's arm.

  • The lower tier rows 1-10 consists of four blocks numbered 1 through to 4
  • The lower tier rows 11-20 consists of four blocks numbered 5 through to 8
  • The upper tier consists of four blocks numbered 9 through to 12

  • Please note that there are some seats in the Edrich Stand Lower Tier that do not have a view of a replay screen, these are:-
  • Block 5 - All seats in rows 18, 19 and 20
  • Block 6 - All seats in rows 18, 19 and 20
  • Block 7 - All seats in rows 17, 18, 19 and 20
  • Block 8 - Row 18 seats 15-27; row 19 seats 15-27 and row 20 seats 15-27


  • Grand Stand

    The Grand Stand is a two-tier structure. Starting at pitch-level the 20-row lower tier terrace provides a side-on view of play and is divided into covered and uncovered seats. The eleven rows of the upper tier provide an elevated side-on view of the play and although the seats are covered, rows A-D can be affected by sunlight. All the seats in the Grand Stand are padded and cushioned.

  • The lower tier consists of sixteen blocks numbered 1 through to 16
  • The upper tier consists of six blocks numbered 17 through to 22


  • Mound Stand

    The Mound Stand, with its flamboyant roof canopy, is situated on the St. John's Wood Road side of the Ground. The lower tier is a 29-row terraced stand, starting at pitch-level. These seats provide a side-on view of play from approximately over Mid-Wicket or Square Leg and are divided into covered and uncovered seating areas. All seats in the Mound Stand are padded and cushioned.

  • The lower tier consists of sixteen blocks number 1 through to 16


  • Tavern Concourse

    Available only on certain major match days and situated next to the Mound Stand, these seats provide an uncovered pitch-level side-on view of play. All seats in the Tavern Concourse are padded and cushioned.

  • The concourse consists of three blocks numbered 1 through to 3


  • TICKETS FOR UNDER 16s AND BABES-IN-ARMS

  • Under 16s: Ticket holders must be under 16 on this match day
  • Babes-In-Arms: Babes-in-arms may be carried into Lord's free of charge, so long as they will not occupy a seat themselves. It is recommended that a ticket is purchased for any child over three years of age.
  • Details of how to purchase tickets for Under 16s via Quick Seats may be found on the section below.



    PURCHASING TICKETS VIA QUICK SEATS

    On the Quick Seats ticket purchasing screen applicants are asked to select the number of tickets required, then to select the stand, tier and block they wish to be allocated seats in.

    Please note that if a stand has an upper and lower tier, and one tier is not available, the option to select a tier is removed. Applicants should then check the block numbers available, referencing the map shown, to confirm the tier they are purchasing.

    Full details of the tickets selected will appear in the section at the bottom of the screen. Then press 'Add to basket'. It is now at this stage that tickets can be amended to Under 16 by clicking the down arrow next to Adult.



    VIEW FROM SEAT FACILITY

    Once the system has selected your seats, an icon will appear next to the details of each seat. By clicking this icon a photograph will appear that shows a general view of the Ground from the block of seats selected. The image does NOT show the view from the specific seat chosen, but rather a general view from the block chosen.



    RESTRICTED VIEW SEATS

    There are two types of Restricted View seats at Lord's. These are either seats that have a pillar in the line of sight or seats that have a corner of the outfield cut off from view. The blocks that have a limited number of Restricted View seats in them and the type of Restricted view seats in those areas are shown on the map that appears on the Quick Seat option. Restricted View seats will only be selected if the Restricted View box is ticked and all the clear view seats in that block have been allocated. Please note that specific 'View From Seat' images for Restricted View seats are not available.



    THE DESPATCH OF TICKETS

    Tickets will be posted to U.K. addresses until three working days before the match day, and to non-U.K. addresses three weeks before the match date. After these times, tickets will be held for collection. Details of the collection arrangements will be outlined in the ticket confirmation email.



    TRAVELLING TO LORD'S

    The easiest way to travel to Lord's is by public transport. The Ground is within 20 minutes' walk of a number of London Underground and Mail Line Rail Stations. There are also several bus stops within easy walking distance of Lord's.

    There is no car parking available within Lord's or on the streets in the immediate vicinity of the Ground.

    Full details of the local stations and bus routes may be found but clicking on the Visiting Lord's link at the foot of the screen.



    FOOD AND DRINK

    Spectators may bring food and drink into Lord's. A limit has been set on the amount of alcohol that may be brought into the Ground. The limits are either: two pints - 1136ml (under 6% ABV) or 75cl (between 6% and 18% ABV). Any alcoholic beverage outside these limits will be confiscated upon entry to the Ground.

    There are a number of food and drink outlets around the Ground, including the recently refurbished Bicentenary Bar behind the Mound Stand and W.G.'s behind the Grand Stand. The Food Village at the Nursery End is also popular with spectators.



    DRESS REGULATIONS

    Spectators are encouraged to dress comfortably for the day and to consider the comfort of fellow spectators. Fancy dress costumes and oversized hats are not permitted to be worn inside the Ground. Please note that flags and banners, musical instruments, drums and rattles are also not permitted in the Ground.



    REFUND POLICY

    If play is restricted or does not take place at the Ground on this day, you will be entitled to receive a proportional refund of the face value of the ticket subject to there being:

  • (a) 15 overs or less because of adverse weather conditions or completion of the match - a full refund

  • (b) 15.1 overs to 29.5 overs because of adverse weather conditions or completion of the match - a 50% refund



  • In no other circumstances will money be refunded.

    If the original applicant has to return tickets to Lord's for re-sale, M.C.C. will attempt to re-sell such tickets and a charge of 10% of the face value of each ticket will be deducted from the proceeds of such sales. Any tickets returned will not be offered for sale until all remaining tickets for this day have been allocated. Under no circumstances will M.C.C. guarantee the re-sale of any returned tickets.

    On sale to On sale date Loyalty Points Required Max. Tickets
    Per Person


    England v. West Indies - Investec Test Match

    Second Day - Friday 8th September

    Start 11a.m.



    THE TICKET BALLOTS

    The Members' Friends' Enclosure Ballot for Full, Senior and Associate Members of M.C.C. only is open for applications from 14th October 2016 until 11th November 2016.

    The General Public Ballot is open for applications from 12th December 2016 until 6th January 2017.
    For the above ballots, all applicants must first log-in to their accounts then press the 'Ballots' tab on the navigation bar, and click the ballot that is available to that category of applicant.
    Brand new applicants must register on the site before submitting an application for inclusion in the General Public Ballot.



    MAKING A GROUP APPLICATION IN THE GENERAL PUBLIC BALLOT

    Once the General Public Ballot is open, if you wish to make a group application then please read the following information describing the group application process.

  • The number of applicants in the group depends on the total number of tickets required. For example: If you require 12 tickets (limit of 4 tickets per person) 3 applicants are required to enter the ballot.
  • One applicant must then takes responsibility for the group's application and becomes the Lead Customer.
  • The Lead Customer emails ticketing@mcc.org.uk with a subject line of Group Application Request, the email should contain details of the Client Refs, Postcodes, the match day(s) and the number of tickets applied for covering all applicants in the group.
  • THIS MUST BE RECEIVED BY 23.59 ON SUNDAY 8th JANUARY. Requests received after this time and date will NOT be included in the Group Application process.

  • The Lead Customer is now the sole representative of the group and is responsible for payment of all tickets allocated in the ballot.
  • The Lead Customer should now await email confirmation indicating that the Group Application has been accepted into the ballot.
  • Please ensure the number of tickets required by the Group has been finalised before sending your email to ticketing@mcc.org.uk as any changes, after receiving the Group Application email, will not be considered.
  • PLEASE BE AWARE ENTERING THE BALLOT AS A GROUP, RATHER THAN AS AN INDIVIDUAL, WILL REDUCE THE CHANCES OF BEING SUCCESSFUL.



    TICKETS FOR DISABLED SPECTATORS


    On major match days, there are three areas within Lord's specifically for the use of visitors in wheelchairs and their companions. These areas are in the front of the Warner and Mound Stands which are uncovered, and, at the rear of the lower section of the Grand Stand which is covered. The ballot for the wheelchair areas takes place in February each year, if you are on the mailing list to receive the wheelchair area ballot application form then this will be sent out automatically in January. If you would like to be placed on the mailing list please telephone the Ticket Office on 020 7432 1000.
    Once the ballot has been completed, and subject to availability, to purchase tickets in these areas please telephone the Ticket Office on 020 7432 1000. A member of the Ticket Office staff will then check the availability and assist you accordingly.
    If you are applying for ticket(s) for a disabled spectator who is not a wheelchair user, please telephone the Ticket Office on 020 7432 1000. A member of the Ticket Office staff will then discuss your specific requirements with you and proceed accordingly.
    For applicants who are hard of hearing, and who do not have access to the Telephone Text Relay Service, please email your requirements to ticketing@mcc.org.uk with a subject line of 'Tickets for the Hard of Hearing'



    THE PRICES FOR THIS MATCH DAY ARE AS FOLLOWS:

    Stand and Tier Adult Under-16
    Grand Stand Upper Tier £70 £70
    Grand Stand Lower Tier £65 £10
    Mound Stand Lower Tier £65 £10
    Compton Stand Upper Tier £65 £10
    Compton Stand Lower Tier Rows 1-8 £45 £10
    Compton Stand Lower Tier Rows 9-15 £35 £10
    Edrich Stand Upper Tier £65 £10
    Edrich Stand Lower Tier Rows 1-10 £45 £10
    Edrich Stand Lower Tier Rows 11-20 £35 £10
    Tavern Stand Concourse £65 £10
    Restricted View Seats £22 £10



    THE STANDS AT LORD'S



    Compton Stand

    Situated at the Nursery End of the Ground and named after the Middlesex and England batsman, Denis Compton, the stand has an upper and lower tier. The vast majority of the upper tier seating is uncovered. Located below the upper tier, all of the lower tier seating is covered. Please note that the lower tier is split into two price categories, these are for seats in rows 1-8 and for seats in rows 9-15. All seats in the Compton Stand provide a view from behind the bowler's arm.

  • The lower tier rows 1-8 consists of seven blocks numbered 1 through to 7
  • The lower tier rows 9-15 consists of six blocks numbered 8 through to 13
  • The upper tier consists of seven blocks numbered 14 through to 20

  • Please note that there are some seats in the Compton Stand Lower Tier that do not have a view of a replay screen, these are:-
  • Block 11 - All seats in row 14
  • Block 12 - All seats in rows 13, 14 and 15
  • Block 13 - All seats in rows 13, 14 and 15


  • Edrich Stand

    Situated at the Nursery End of the Ground and named after the Middlesex and England batsman, Bill Edrich, the stand has an upper and lower tier. The vast majority of the upper tier seating is uncovered. Located below the upper tier, all of the lower tier seating is covered. Please note that the lower tier is split into two price categories, these are for seats in rows 1-10 and for seats in rows 11-20. All seats in the Edrich Stand provide a view from behind the bowler's arm.

  • The lower tier rows 1-10 consists of four blocks numbered 1 through to 4
  • The lower tier rows 11-20 consists of four blocks numbered 5 through to 8
  • The upper tier consists of four blocks numbered 9 through to 12

  • Please note that there are some seats in the Edrich Stand Lower Tier that do not have a view of a replay screen, these are:-
  • Block 5 - All seats in rows 18, 19 and 20
  • Block 6 - All seats in rows 18, 19 and 20
  • Block 7 - All seats in rows 17, 18, 19 and 20
  • Block 8 - Row 18 seats 15-27; row 19 seats 15-27 and row 20 seats 15-27


  • Grand Stand

    The Grand Stand is a two-tier structure. Starting at pitch-level the 20-row lower tier terrace provides a side-on view of play and is divided into covered and uncovered seats. The eleven rows of the upper tier provide an elevated side-on view of the play and although the seats are covered, rows A-D can be affected by sunlight. All the seats in the Grand Stand are padded and cushioned.

  • The lower tier consists of sixteen blocks numbered 1 through to 16
  • The upper tier consists of six blocks numbered 17 through to 22


  • Mound Stand

    The Mound Stand, with its flamboyant roof canopy, is situated on the St. John's Wood Road side of the Ground. The lower tier is a 29-row terraced stand, starting at pitch-level. These seats provide a side-on view of play from approximately over Mid-Wicket or Square Leg and are divided into covered and uncovered seating areas. All seats in the Mound Stand are padded and cushioned.

  • The lower tier consists of sixteen blocks number 1 through to 16


  • Tavern Concourse

    Available only on certain major match days and situated next to the Mound Stand, these seats provide an uncovered pitch-level side-on view of play. All seats in the Tavern Concourse are padded and cushioned.

  • The concourse consists of three blocks numbered 1 through to 3


  • TICKETS FOR UNDER 16s AND BABES-IN-ARMS

  • Under 16s: Ticket holders must be under 16 on this match day
  • Babes-In-Arms: Babes-in-arms may be carried into Lord's free of charge, so long as they will not occupy a seat themselves. It is recommended that a ticket is purchased for any child over three years of age.
  • Details of how to purchase tickets for Under 16s via Quick Seats may be found on the section below.



    PURCHASING TICKETS VIA QUICK SEATS

    On the Quick Seats ticket purchasing screen applicants are asked to select the number of tickets required, then to select the stand, tier and block they wish to be allocated seats in.

    Please note that if a stand has an upper and lower tier, and one tier is not available, the option to select a tier is removed. Applicants should then check the block numbers available, referencing the map shown, to confirm the tier they are purchasing.

    Full details of the tickets selected will appear in the section at the bottom of the screen. Then press 'Add to basket'. It is now at this stage that tickets can be amended to Under 16 by clicking the down arrow next to Adult.



    VIEW FROM SEAT FACILITY

    Once the system has selected your seats, an icon will appear next to the details of each seat. By clicking this icon a photograph will appear that shows a general view of the Ground from the block of seats selected. The image does NOT show the view from the specific seat chosen, but rather a general view from the block chosen.



    RESTRICTED VIEW SEATS

    There are two types of Restricted View seats at Lord's. These are either seats that have a pillar in the line of sight or seats that have a corner of the outfield cut off from view. The blocks that have a limited number of Restricted View seats in them and the type of Restricted view seats in those areas are shown on the map that appears on the Quick Seat option. Restricted View seats will only be selected if the Restricted View box is ticked and all the clear view seats in that block have been allocated. Please note that specific 'View From Seat' images for Restricted View seats are not available.



    THE DESPATCH OF TICKETS

    Tickets will be posted to U.K. addresses until three working days before the match day, and to non-U.K. addresses three weeks before the match date. After these times, tickets will be held for collection. Details of the collection arrangements will be outlined in the ticket confirmation email.



    TRAVELLING TO LORD'S

    The easiest way to travel to Lord's is by public transport. The Ground is within 20 minutes' walk of a number of London Underground and Mail Line Rail Stations. There are also several bus stops within easy walking distance of Lord's.

    There is no car parking available within Lord's or on the streets in the immediate vicinity of the Ground.

    Full details of the local stations and bus routes may be found but clicking on the Visiting Lord's link at the foot of the screen.



    FOOD AND DRINK

    Spectators may bring food and drink into Lord's. A limit has been set on the amount of alcohol that may be brought into the Ground. The limits are either: two pints - 1136ml (under 6% ABV) or 75cl (between 6% and 18% ABV). Any alcoholic beverage outside these limits will be confiscated upon entry to the Ground.

    There are a number of food and drink outlets around the Ground, including the recently refurbished Bicentenary Bar behind the Mound Stand and W.G.'s behind the Grand Stand. The Food Village at the Nursery End is also popular with spectators.



    DRESS REGULATIONS

    Spectators are encouraged to dress comfortably for the day and to consider the comfort of fellow spectators. Fancy dress costumes and oversized hats are not permitted to be worn inside the Ground. Please note that flags and banners, musical instruments, drums and rattles are also not permitted in the Ground.



    REFUND POLICY

    If play is restricted or does not take place at the Ground on this day, you will be entitled to receive a proportional refund of the face value of the ticket subject to there being:

  • (a) 15 overs or less because of adverse weather conditions or completion of the match - a full refund

  • (b) 15.1 overs to 29.5 overs because of adverse weather conditions or completion of the match - a 50% refund



  • In no other circumstances will money be refunded.

    If the original applicant has to return tickets to Lord's for re-sale, M.C.C. will attempt to re-sell such tickets and a charge of 10% of the face value of each ticket will be deducted from the proceeds of such sales. Any tickets returned will not be offered for sale until all remaining tickets for this day have been allocated. Under no circumstances will M.C.C. guarantee the re-sale of any returned tickets.

    On sale to On sale date Loyalty Points Required Max. Tickets
    Per Person


    England v. West Indies - Investec Test Match

    Third Day - Saturday 9th September

    Start 11a.m.



    THE TICKET BALLOTS

    The Members' Friends' Enclosure Ballot for Full, Senior and Associate Members of M.C.C. only is open for applications from 14th October 2016 until 11th November 2016.

    The General Public Ballot is open for applications from 12th December 2016 until 6th January 2017.
    For the above ballots, all applicants must first log-in to their accounts then press the 'Ballots' tab on the navigation bar, and click the ballot that is available to that category of applicant.
    Brand new applicants must register on the site before submitting an application for inclusion in the General Public Ballot.



    MAKING A GROUP APPLICATION IN THE GENERAL PUBLIC BALLOT

    Once the General Public Ballot is open, if you wish to make a group application then please read the following information describing the group application process.

  • The number of applicants in the group depends on the total number of tickets required. For example: If you require 12 tickets (limit of 4 tickets per person) 3 applicants are required to enter the ballot.
  • One applicant must then takes responsibility for the group's application and becomes the Lead Customer.
  • The Lead Customer emails ticketing@mcc.org.uk with a subject line of Group Application Request, the email should contain details of the Client Refs, Postcodes, the match day(s) and the number of tickets applied for covering all applicants in the group.
  • THIS MUST BE RECEIVED BY 23.59 ON SUNDAY 8th JANUARY. Requests received after this time and date will NOT be included in the Group Application process.

  • The Lead Customer is now the sole representative of the group and is responsible for payment of all tickets allocated in the ballot.
  • The Lead Customer should now await email confirmation indicating that the Group Application has been accepted into the ballot.
  • Please ensure the number of tickets required by the Group has been finalised before sending your email to ticketing@mcc.org.uk as any changes, after receiving the Group Application email, will not be considered.
  • PLEASE BE AWARE ENTERING THE BALLOT AS A GROUP, RATHER THAN AS AN INDIVIDUAL, WILL REDUCE THE CHANCES OF BEING SUCCESSFUL.



    TICKETS FOR DISABLED SPECTATORS


    On major match days, there are three areas within Lord's specifically for the use of visitors in wheelchairs and their companions. These areas are in the front of the Warner and Mound Stands which are uncovered, and, at the rear of the lower section of the Grand Stand which is covered. The ballot for the wheelchair areas takes place in February each year, if you are on the mailing list to receive the wheelchair area ballot application form then this will be sent out automatically in January. If you would like to be placed on the mailing list please telephone the Ticket Office on 020 7432 1000.
    Once the ballot has been completed, and subject to availability, to purchase tickets in these areas please telephone the Ticket Office on 020 7432 1000. A member of the Ticket Office staff will then check the availability and assist you accordingly.
    If you are applying for ticket(s) for a disabled spectator who is not a wheelchair user, please telephone the Ticket Office on 020 7432 1000. A member of the Ticket Office staff will then discuss your specific requirements with you and proceed accordingly.
    For applicants who are hard of hearing, and who do not have access to the Telephone Text Relay Service, please email your requirements to ticketing@mcc.org.uk with a subject line of 'Tickets for the Hard of Hearing'



    THE PRICES FOR THIS MATCH DAY ARE AS FOLLOWS:

    Stand and Tier Adult Under-16
    Grand Stand Upper Tier £60 £60
    Grand Stand Lower Tier £55 £10
    Mound Stand Lower Tier £55 £10
    Compton Stand Upper Tier £55 £10
    Compton Stand Lower Tier Rows 1-8 £40 £10
    Compton Stand Lower Tier Rows 9-15 £30 £10
    Edrich Stand Upper Tier £55 £10
    Edrich Stand Lower Tier Rows 1-10 £40 £10
    Edrich Stand Lower Tier Rows 11-20 £30 £10
    Tavern Stand Concourse £55 £10
    Restricted View Seats £20 £10



    THE STANDS AT LORD'S



    Compton Stand

    Situated at the Nursery End of the Ground and named after the Middlesex and England batsman, Denis Compton, the stand has an upper and lower tier. The vast majority of the upper tier seating is uncovered. Located below the upper tier, all of the lower tier seating is covered. Please note that the lower tier is split into two price categories, these are for seats in rows 1-8 and for seats in rows 9-15. All seats in the Compton Stand provide a view from behind the bowler's arm.

  • The lower tier rows 1-8 consists of seven blocks numbered 1 through to 7
  • The lower tier rows 9-15 consists of six blocks numbered 8 through to 13
  • The upper tier consists of seven blocks numbered 14 through to 20

  • Please note that there are some seats in the Compton Stand Lower Tier that do not have a view of a replay screen, these are:-
  • Block 11 - All seats in row 14
  • Block 12 - All seats in rows 13, 14 and 15
  • Block 13 - All seats in rows 13, 14 and 15


  • Edrich Stand

    Situated at the Nursery End of the Ground and named after the Middlesex and England batsman, Bill Edrich, the stand has an upper and lower tier. The vast majority of the upper tier seating is uncovered. Located below the upper tier, all of the lower tier seating is covered. Please note that the lower tier is split into two price categories, these are for seats in rows 1-10 and for seats in rows 11-20. All seats in the Edrich Stand provide a view from behind the bowler's arm.

  • The lower tier rows 1-10 consists of four blocks numbered 1 through to 4
  • The lower tier rows 11-20 consists of four blocks numbered 5 through to 8
  • The upper tier consists of four blocks numbered 9 through to 12

  • Please note that there are some seats in the Edrich Stand Lower Tier that do not have a view of a replay screen, these are:-
  • Block 5 - All seats in rows 18, 19 and 20
  • Block 6 - All seats in rows 18, 19 and 20
  • Block 7 - All seats in rows 17, 18, 19 and 20
  • Block 8 - Row 18 seats 15-27; row 19 seats 15-27 and row 20 seats 15-27


  • Grand Stand

    The Grand Stand is a two-tier structure. Starting at pitch-level the 20-row lower tier terrace provides a side-on view of play and is divided into covered and uncovered seats. The eleven rows of the upper tier provide an elevated side-on view of the play and although the seats are covered, rows A-D can be affected by sunlight. All the seats in the Grand Stand are padded and cushioned.

  • The lower tier consists of sixteen blocks numbered 1 through to 16
  • The upper tier consists of six blocks numbered 17 through to 22


  • Mound Stand

    The Mound Stand, with its flamboyant roof canopy, is situated on the St. John's Wood Road side of the Ground. The lower tier is a 29-row terraced stand, starting at pitch-level. These seats provide a side-on view of play from approximately over Mid-Wicket or Square Leg and are divided into covered and uncovered seating areas. All seats in the Mound Stand are padded and cushioned.

  • The lower tier consists of sixteen blocks number 1 through to 16


  • Tavern Concourse

    Available only on certain major match days and situated next to the Mound Stand, these seats provide an uncovered pitch-level side-on view of play. All seats in the Tavern Concourse are padded and cushioned.

  • The concourse consists of three blocks numbered 1 through to 3


  • TICKETS FOR UNDER 16s AND BABES-IN-ARMS

  • Under 16s: Ticket holders must be under 16 on this match day
  • Babes-In-Arms: Babes-in-arms may be carried into Lord's free of charge, so long as they will not occupy a seat themselves. It is recommended that a ticket is purchased for any child over three years of age.
  • Details of how to purchase tickets for Under 16s via Quick Seats may be found on the section below.



    PURCHASING TICKETS VIA QUICK SEATS

    On the Quick Seats ticket purchasing screen applicants are asked to select the number of tickets required, then to select the stand, tier and block they wish to be allocated seats in.

    Please note that if a stand has an upper and lower tier, and one tier is not available, the option to select a tier is removed. Applicants should then check the block numbers available, referencing the map shown, to confirm the tier they are purchasing.

    Full details of the tickets selected will appear in the section at the bottom of the screen. Then press 'Add to basket'. It is now at this stage that tickets can be amended to Under 16 by clicking the down arrow next to Adult.



    VIEW FROM SEAT FACILITY

    Once the system has selected your seats, an icon will appear next to the details of each seat. By clicking this icon a photograph will appear that shows a general view of the Ground from the block of seats selected. The image does NOT show the view from the specific seat chosen, but rather a general view from the block chosen.



    RESTRICTED VIEW SEATS

    There are two types of Restricted View seats at Lord's. These are either seats that have a pillar in the line of sight or seats that have a corner of the outfield cut off from view. The blocks that have a limited number of Restricted View seats in them and the type of Restricted view seats in those areas are shown on the map that appears on the Quick Seat option. Restricted View seats will only be selected if the Restricted View box is ticked and all the clear view seats in that block have been allocated. Please note that specific 'View From Seat' images for Restricted View seats are not available.



    THE DESPATCH OF TICKETS

    Tickets will be posted to U.K. addresses until four working days before the match day, and to non-U.K. addresses three weeks before the match date. After these times, tickets will be held for collection. Details of the collection arrangements will be outlined in the ticket confirmation email.



    TRAVELLING TO LORD'S

    The easiest way to travel to Lord's is by public transport. The Ground is within 20 minutes' walk of a number of London Underground and Mail Line Rail Stations. There are also several bus stops within easy walking distance of Lord's.

    There is no car parking available within Lord's or on the streets in the immediate vicinity of the Ground.

    Full details of the local stations and bus routes may be found but clicking on the Visiting Lord's link at the foot of the screen.



    FOOD AND DRINK

    Spectators may bring food and drink into Lord's. A limit has been set on the amount of alcohol that may be brought into the Ground. The limits are either: two pints - 1136ml (under 6% ABV) or 75cl (between 6% and 18% ABV). Any alcoholic beverage outside these limits will be confiscated upon entry to the Ground.

    There are a number of food and drink outlets around the Ground, including the recently refurbished Bicentenary Bar behind the Mound Stand and W.G.'s behind the Grand Stand. The Food Village at the Nursery End is also popular with spectators.



    DRESS REGULATIONS

    Spectators are encouraged to dress comfortably for the day and to consider the comfort of fellow spectators. Fancy dress costumes and oversized hats are not permitted to be worn inside the Ground. Please note that flags and banners, musical instruments, drums and rattles are also not permitted in the Ground.



    REFUND POLICY

    If play is restricted or does not take place at the Ground on this day, you will be entitled to receive a proportional refund of the face value of the ticket subject to there being:

  • (a) 15 overs or less because of adverse weather conditions or completion of the match - a full refund

  • (b) 15.1 overs to 29.5 overs because of adverse weather conditions or completion of the match - a 50% refund



  • In no other circumstances will money be refunded.

    If the original applicant has to return tickets to Lord's for re-sale, M.C.C. will attempt to re-sell such tickets and a charge of 10% of the face value of each ticket will be deducted from the proceeds of such sales. Any tickets returned will not be offered for sale until all remaining tickets for this day have been allocated. Under no circumstances will M.C.C. guarantee the re-sale of any returned tickets.

    On sale to On sale date Loyalty Points Required Max. Tickets
    Per Person


    England v. West Indies - Investec Test Match

    Fourth Day - Sunday 10th September

    Start 11a.m.



    THE TICKET BALLOTS

    The Members' Friends' Enclosure Ballot for Full, Senior and Associate Members of M.C.C. only is open for applications from 14th October 2016 until 11th November 2016.

    The General Public Ballot is open for applications from 12th December 2016 until 6th January 2017.
    For the above ballots, all applicants must first log-in to their accounts then press the 'Ballots' tab on the navigation bar, and click the ballot that is available to that category of applicant.
    Brand new applicants must register on the site before submitting an application for inclusion in the General Public Ballot.



    MAKING A GROUP APPLICATION IN THE GENERAL PUBLIC BALLOT

    Once the General Public Ballot is open, if you wish to make a group application then please read the following information describing the group application process.

  • The number of applicants in the group depends on the total number of tickets required. For example: If you require 12 tickets (limit of 4 tickets per person) 3 applicants are required to enter the ballot.
  • One applicant must then takes responsibility for the group's application and becomes the Lead Customer.
  • The Lead Customer emails ticketing@mcc.org.uk with a subject line of Group Application Request, the email should contain details of the Client Refs, Postcodes, the match day(s) and the number of tickets applied for covering all applicants in the group.
  • THIS MUST BE RECEIVED BY 23.59 ON SUNDAY 8th JANUARY. Requests received after this time and date will NOT be included in the Group Application process.

  • The Lead Customer is now the sole representative of the group and is responsible for payment of all tickets allocated in the ballot.
  • The Lead Customer should now await email confirmation indicating that the Group Application has been accepted into the ballot.
  • Please ensure the number of tickets required by the Group has been finalised before sending your email to ticketing@mcc.org.uk as any changes, after receiving the Group Application email, will not be considered.
  • PLEASE BE AWARE ENTERING THE BALLOT AS A GROUP, RATHER THAN AS AN INDIVIDUAL, WILL REDUCE THE CHANCES OF BEING SUCCESSFUL.



    TICKETS FOR DISABLED SPECTATORS


    On major match days, there are three areas within Lord's specifically for the use of visitors in wheelchairs and their companions. These areas are in the front of the Warner and Mound Stands which are uncovered, and, at the rear of the lower section of the Grand Stand which is covered. The ballot for the wheelchair areas takes place in February each year, if you are on the mailing list to receive the wheelchair area ballot application form then this will be sent out automatically in January. If you would like to be placed on the mailing list please telephone the Ticket Office on 020 7432 1000.
    Once the ballot has been completed, and subject to availability, to purchase tickets in these areas please telephone the Ticket Office on 020 7432 1000. A member of the Ticket Office staff will then check the availability and assist you accordingly.
    If you are applying for ticket(s) for a disabled spectator who is not a wheelchair user, please telephone the Ticket Office on 020 7432 1000. A member of the Ticket Office staff will then discuss your specific requirements with you and proceed accordingly.
    For applicants who are hard of hearing, and who do not have access to the Telephone Text Relay Service, please email your requirements to ticketing@mcc.org.uk with a subject line of 'Tickets for the Hard of Hearing'



    THE PRICES FOR THIS MATCH DAY ARE AS FOLLOWS:

    Stand and Tier Adult Under-16
    Grand Stand Upper Tier £50 £50
    Grand Stand Lower Tier £40 £10
    Mound Stand Lower Tier £40 £10
    Compton Stand Upper Tier £40 £10
    Compton Stand Lower Tier Rows 1-8 £30 £10
    Compton Stand Lower Tier Rows 9-15 £25 £10
    Edrich Stand Upper Tier £40 £10
    Edrich Stand Lower Tier Rows 1-10 £30 £10
    Edrich Stand Lower Tier Rows 11-20 £25 £10
    Tavern Stand Concourse £40 £10
    Restricted View Seats £20 £10



    THE STANDS AT LORD'S



    Compton Stand

    Situated at the Nursery End of the Ground and named after the Middlesex and England batsman, Denis Compton, the stand has an upper and lower tier. The vast majority of the upper tier seating is uncovered. Located below the upper tier, all of the lower tier seating is covered. Please note that the lower tier is split into two price categories, these are for seats in rows 1-8 and for seats in rows 9-15. All seats in the Compton Stand provide a view from behind the bowler's arm.

  • The lower tier rows 1-8 consists of seven blocks numbered 1 through to 7
  • The lower tier rows 9-15 consists of six blocks numbered 8 through to 13
  • The upper tier consists of seven blocks numbered 14 through to 20

  • Please note that there are some seats in the Compton Stand Lower Tier that do not have a view of a replay screen, these are:-
  • Block 11 - All seats in row 14
  • Block 12 - All seats in rows 13, 14 and 15
  • Block 13 - All seats in rows 13, 14 and 15


  • Edrich Stand

    Situated at the Nursery End of the Ground and named after the Middlesex and England batsman, Bill Edrich, the stand has an upper and lower tier. The vast majority of the upper tier seating is uncovered. Located below the upper tier, all of the lower tier seating is covered. Please note that the lower tier is split into two price categories, these are for seats in rows 1-10 and for seats in rows 11-20. All seats in the Edrich Stand provide a view from behind the bowler's arm.

  • The lower tier rows 1-10 consists of four blocks numbered 1 through to 4
  • The lower tier rows 11-20 consists of four blocks numbered 5 through to 8
  • The upper tier consists of four blocks numbered 9 through to 12

  • Please note that there are some seats in the Edrich Stand Lower Tier that do not have a view of a replay screen, these are:-
  • Block 5 - All seats in rows 18, 19 and 20
  • Block 6 - All seats in rows 18, 19 and 20
  • Block 7 - All seats in rows 17, 18, 19 and 20
  • Block 8 - Row 18 seats 15-27; row 19 seats 15-27 and row 20 seats 15-27


  • Grand Stand

    The Grand Stand is a two-tier structure. Starting at pitch-level the 20-row lower tier terrace provides a side-on view of play and is divided into covered and uncovered seats. The eleven rows of the upper tier provide an elevated side-on view of the play and although the seats are covered, rows A-D can be affected by sunlight. All the seats in the Grand Stand are padded and cushioned.

  • The lower tier consists of sixteen blocks numbered 1 through to 16
  • The upper tier consists of six blocks numbered 17 through to 22


  • Mound Stand

    The Mound Stand, with its flamboyant roof canopy, is situated on the St. John's Wood Road side of the Ground. The lower tier is a 29-row terraced stand, starting at pitch-level. These seats provide a side-on view of play from approximately over Mid-Wicket or Square Leg and are divided into covered and uncovered seating areas. All seats in the Mound Stand are padded and cushioned.

  • The lower tier consists of sixteen blocks number 1 through to 16


  • Tavern Concourse

    Available only on certain major match days and situated next to the Mound Stand, these seats provide an uncovered pitch-level side-on view of play. All seats in the Tavern Concourse are padded and cushioned.

  • The concourse consists of three blocks numbered 1 through to 3


  • TICKETS FOR UNDER 16s AND BABES-IN-ARMS

  • Under 16s: Ticket holders must be under 16 on this match day
  • Babes-In-Arms: Babes-in-arms may be carried into Lord's free of charge, so long as they will not occupy a seat themselves. It is recommended that a ticket is purchased for any child over three years of age.
  • Details of how to purchase tickets for Under 16s via Quick Seats may be found on the section below.



    PURCHASING TICKETS VIA QUICK SEATS

    On the Quick Seats ticket purchasing screen applicants are asked to select the number of tickets required, then to select the stand, tier and block they wish to be allocated seats in.

    Please note that if a stand has an upper and lower tier, and one tier is not available, the option to select a tier is removed. Applicants should then check the block numbers available, referencing the map shown, to confirm the tier they are purchasing.

    Full details of the tickets selected will appear in the section at the bottom of the screen. Then press 'Add to basket'. It is now at this stage that tickets can be amended to Under 16 by clicking the down arrow next to Adult.



    VIEW FROM SEAT FACILITY

    Once the system has selected your seats, an icon will appear next to the details of each seat. By clicking this icon a photograph will appear that shows a general view of the Ground from the block of seats selected. The image does NOT show the view from the specific seat chosen, but rather a general view from the block chosen.



    RESTRICTED VIEW SEATS

    There are two types of Restricted View seats at Lord's. These are either seats that have a pillar in the line of sight or seats that have a corner of the outfield cut off from view. The blocks that have a limited number of Restricted View seats in them and the type of Restricted view seats in those areas are shown on the map that appears on the Quick Seat option. Restricted View seats will only be selected if the Restricted View box is ticked and all the clear view seats in that block have been allocated. Please note that specific 'View From Seat' images for Restricted View seats are not available.



    THE DESPATCH OF TICKETS

    Tickets will be posted to U.K. addresses until four working days before the match day, and to non-U.K. addresses three weeks before the match date. After these times, tickets will be held for collection. Details of the collection arrangements will be outlined in the ticket confirmation email.



    TRAVELLING TO LORD'S

    The easiest way to travel to Lord's is by public transport. The Ground is within 20 minutes' walk of a number of London Underground and Mail Line Rail Stations. There are also several bus stops within easy walking distance of Lord's.

    There is no car parking available within Lord's or on the streets in the immediate vicinity of the Ground.

    Full details of the local stations and bus routes may be found but clicking on the Visiting Lord's link at the foot of the screen.



    FOOD AND DRINK

    Spectators may bring food and drink into Lord's. A limit has been set on the amount of alcohol that may be brought into the Ground. The limits are either: two pints - 1136ml (under 6% ABV) or 75cl (between 6% and 18% ABV). Any alcoholic beverage outside these limits will be confiscated upon entry to the Ground.

    There are a number of food and drink outlets around the Ground, including the recently refurbished Bicentenary Bar behind the Mound Stand and W.G.'s behind the Grand Stand. The Food Village at the Nursery End is also popular with spectators.



    DRESS REGULATIONS

    Spectators are encouraged to dress comfortably for the day and to consider the comfort of fellow spectators. Fancy dress costumes and oversized hats are not permitted to be worn inside the Ground. Please note that flags and banners, musical instruments, drums and rattles are also not permitted in the Ground.



    REFUND POLICY

    If play is restricted or does not take place at the Ground on this day, you will be entitled to receive a proportional refund of the face value of the ticket subject to there being:

  • (a) 15 overs or less because of adverse weather conditions or completion of the match - a full refund

  • (b) 15.1 overs to 29.5 overs because of adverse weather conditions or completion of the match - a 50% refund



  • In no other circumstances will money be refunded.

    If the original applicant has to return tickets to Lord's for re-sale, M.C.C. will attempt to re-sell such tickets and a charge of 10% of the face value of each ticket will be deducted from the proceeds of such sales. Any tickets returned will not be offered for sale until all remaining tickets for this day have been allocated. Under no circumstances will M.C.C. guarantee the re-sale of any returned tickets.

    On sale to On sale date Loyalty Points Required Max. Tickets
    Per Person