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5th May 2021 News

Countdown to the comeback is on, as we prepare to welcome spectators back

The countdown is on as we look forward to welcoming members and fans back to watch live cricket for the first time in over a year. With restrictions set to be relaxed further on May 17, spectators will be able to attend games at Emirates Riverside this summer. 

The first opportunity for Durham fans will come on Thursday 27 May, when Durham take on Essex in a four-day County Championship game at Emirates Riverside.

Although spectators will be allowed into games, capacity at the venue will initially be limited, and the club are advising fans that membership and T20 season tickets will be the only way to guarantee entry during this period.

Full membership is still available to purchase and comes with a raft of additional benefits to make up for the early fixtures that could not be attended. Free food and drink, a yearbook, club shop voucher and a guest pass are just some of the benefits of membership in 2021.

T20 season tickets and match tickets have seen record sales so far with the Yorkshire fixture near capacity already. T20 season tickets are just £70 for all seven fixtures and full junior membership is available for just £20 for the season.

Individual match ticket are also now on sale and can be purchased for all fixtures until capacity is reached. Again, the club are advising anyone who wishes to attend individual games to purchase now to avoid disappointment.

Memberships, Season Tickets and Individual Match Tickets can be purchased online or from the club box office (10am-4pm Monday to Friday and matchdays) Online: https://www.durhamcricket.co.uk/tickets/

Phone: 0191 387 1717

For any hospitality enquiries please contact Sales Director, Tom Seymour on 07554229603 or email tom.seymour@durhamcricket.co.uk

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