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PCB: pSL6 tickets to be sold online only

After receiving permission from National Command and Control Centre (NCOC) last week to allow a limited number of spectators to the stadiums, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) signs an agreement with an e-ticketing platform to sell Pakistan Super League (PSL) 6 tickets. The sixth edition of PSL (2021) will commence at the National Stadium in Karachi from February 20, according to a statement issued Tuesday.

NCOC has permitted the spectators to watch PSL 6 on the condition of strict adherence to Covid Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) including social distancing.

In this regard PCB said in a statement,

“With a socially distant seating plan cricket fans can now be a part of the game again as both HBL PSL 6 venues Karachi and Lahore will have 20% of the total seating capacity of the stadiums available for the spectators.”

PCB announced last week that around 7,500 ticketed spectators will be allowed access inside the stadium per match day, while around 5,500 will be able to attend each match day at Lahore’s Gaddafi Stadium.

PCB said that the details about the pricing and availability of tickets will be shared soon.

PCB Director Commercial Babar Hamid said,

“We are very happy to bring the fans back to the stadiums, despite the small number, we totally look forward to welcoming them at the two venues as they will create an incredible atmosphere which will surely motivate the players to give their absolute best.”

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