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23rd May 2024 News

Spectator Information: Durham v Somerset

Durham return to Seat Unique Riverside tomorrow taking on Somerset as Ryan Campbell’s side will be looking to bounce back from last week’s defeat to Lancashire.

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of attending the fixture or watching from home!


Entry to the ground will be via Gate 2.

Gates will open at 10am

Hospitality gates will open at 10am with access via gate 2.


The scheduled hours of play are as follows, but please listen for announcements of any adjustments to these timings on the day.

11am Start of play

6pm Scheduled Close of Play


Seat Unique Riverside is a cashless venue.


Tickets are available to purchase for all four days of this fixture from the box office at Gate 2. Adult tickets can be purchased in advance for adults at £14 and £16.50 on the day with junior tickets £5 per day.  If you are arriving to any of the days after tea, tickets are priced at £5. You can also buy match tickets by clicking here.


Parking is available in the council car parks outside the ground. There will be no stewarding in this area.

Members with pre paid disabled parking passes will be able to park in the ground, access being by gate 6.


The match will be played on pitch 17.


Please allow sufficient time for our staff to carry out our security procedures (including bag searches and “pat – down”checks).

You can also assist with the security operation by reporting any concerns-no matter how small-to the club’s stewards. Help stay secure by staying alert; if something doesn’t look right, tell a steward.


Durham’s Welcome Hub will be open throughout this fixture.

Fans will have the chance to browse all of Durham’s retail offering in our club shop including our new new range of kit.


As part of the Club’s initiative to reduce paper waste, a blank scorecard will be available to purchase for £1 at the club shop. This will have both squads listed and will be blank giving members the chance to fill out for their own use. Scorecards won’t be updated for members each day but will be able to purchase scorecards daily.

Members will be able to collect yearbooks from the Welcome Hub, please show your membership card on collection, Yearbooks are also available to buy for £10 from the Welcome Hub.


The pass out facility will be available to spectators throughout the day for those wishing to leave and re-enter the ground during a match.


The Durham Cricket members lounge will be open from 10am serving breakfast rolls, Lunch & Tea, and snacks along with hot and cold drinks.

The Sticky Wicket will be open from 10am serving breakfast, lunch and dinner along with cold drinks. Please note a coffee van will be outside of the Sticky Wicket serving hot drinks.

Ice cream will be available from the ice cream van daily.



This fixture will be live streamed and available to watch on the Durham Cricket website or by visiting our channel on Youtube.


The Durham Cricket Sensory Room will be available for use throughout all Vitality County Championship games this season, to book your place please email Durham Cricket Membership services officer Michael Thorpe at – to use the Sensory Room you will need to have a valid match ticket. Click here for more information.


Thanks to a team of volunteers, we will once again be able to offer commentary on this fixture for those who are visually impaired and attending the Riverside.

If you wish to use this service, please head to box 13 for the fixture.


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