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England Cricket at Utilita Bowl

Utilita Bowl in Hampshire is one of the premier cricket stadiums in the country, and it has hosts England Internationals in various formats and series annually. The England Cricket will return to Utilita Bowl in 2024, with England Women facing New Zealand Women in an IT20 on Saturday 6th July and England Men's side facing Australia in an IT20 on Wednesday 11th September in an evening game.

At Utilita Bowl, the hospitality packages on offer will provide you with a premium experience to make sure you have an absolutely unforgettable day. Whether you are looking to entertain guests in one of the VIP boxes or simply want to spend the afternoon at the game in luxury, Utilita Bowl can and will accommodate you.

Seat Unique are proud to be able to offer official VIP tickets and hospitality packages to any England International cricket matches at Utilita Bowl.

What is included with England Cricket Hospitality at Utilita Bowl?

  • Access to Hospitality Restaurants: You will have access to dedicated VIP areas or restaurants. These spaces offer a tranquil retreat from the bustling crowds, creating a relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere for the ultimate England Cricket experience*.
  • Fast-track entry: You will arrive at the venue through VIP entrances or priority access lanes, so you can skip the long queues and enter the venue swiftly*.
  • Food and beverages: Most England Cricket hospitality packages include food and drink options. These can range from informal buffet-style meals to fine dining experiences. Additionally, a range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages may be included*.
  • Access to private bars: You may also have access to private bars or cocktail lounges. These bars often offer a wide selection of premium spirits, wines, and cocktails for purchase*.
  • Premium padded seats: You will watch England Cricket from prime viewing areas from premium padded seats with the best views of the match.
  • Premium Facilities: Restrooms, cloakrooms, and concierge services may be available*.
  • Private Box at Utilita Bowl for England Cricket: You can entertain family, friends, or business clients in a private box for 10-15 guests. Private Boxes at Utilita Bowl include sparkling wine on arrival, a two-course buffet & a complimentary bar throughout the event in addition to private seating with glorious pitch views for all the action.

Guests with Hospitality Tickets enjoy premium perks and VIP upgrades including complimentary lounge access, and a VIP fast-track entrance. Hospitality packages can include private areas and complimentary food & drinks.

*The VIP ticket and hospitality package inclusions mentioned above reflect typical offerings for England Cricket packages. For more information on specific inclusions, please select the match you'd like to attend from the list above.

England Cricket at Utilita Bowl 2024

England's Women's Cricket will return to Utilita Bowl in 2024 for an IT20 match against the talented New Zealand team. Following the sold-out Women's international game against Australia in 2023, there are now various options to attend international hospitality at Utilita Bowl once again.

On Wednesday 11th September 2024, Utilita Bowl will witness the renewal of one of the biggest sporting rivalries in the world as England takes on Australia in an IT20 match. Hospitality packages for the series are now available for purchase, offering a wide selection of offerings for the IT20 clash.

About England Cricket at Hampshire Cricket's Utilita Bowl

The history of England cricket at the Utilita Bowl is one marked by memorable matches and significant milestones. The Utilita Bowl, located in Hampshire, England, has been a prominent venue for international cricket since it hosted its first One Day International (ODI) match in 2003 when South Africa played Zimbabwe in the 2003 NatWest Series.

Over the years, the Rose Bowl has witnessed several memorable moments in English cricket. It has served as a stage for both Test matches and limited-overs encounters, providing a diverse range of challenges for England's cricketing talents.

In 2011, the Utiltia Bowl earned the distinction of hosting its inaugural Test match when England faced Sri Lanka in a thrilling contest. This marked a significant moment in the venue's history, cementing its status as a reputable destination for Test cricket.

The ground's modern facilities and picturesque setting have made it a favorite among players and spectators alike. Its well-maintained pitches and state-of-the-art amenities have contributed to the quality of cricket played at the venue.

Notable matches at the Utiltia Bowl include England's victories against top cricketing nations, showcasing the team's resilience and skill on home soil. Whether in Tests, ODIs, or T20Is, the Utilita Bowl has consistently provided a platform for exhilarating cricketing action.

Overall, the Utilita Bowl stands as a testament to England cricket's rich history and enduring legacy. As a venue steeped in tradition yet equipped with modern amenities, it continues to be a cherished destination for cricket enthusiasts around the world.

England's First Utilita Bowl Test Match

The first test England Cricket played at the Utilita Bowl was from the 16th-20th which was unfortunately hampered by rain delays throughot the five days & ended in a draw.

England Cricket's 1st IT20 at Utilita Bowl

England v Australia took place at The Utiltia Bowl on 13th July 2005 with an emphatic win for England Cricket who batted first with a final score of 179/8. Australia responded poorly loosing 6 wickets for 5 runs, they managed to slightly steady themselves from 28/6 but utilimately succumbed to England's bowling attack with England winning by 100 runs.

England Women's first OD

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