Having earned a hard fought draw with Nottinghamshire last week, Middlesex take on Durham this week at Lord's, we are really looking forward to welcoming members and spectators back to Lord’s again tomorrow for our third home LV= Insurance County Championship encounter of the season, for what promises to be another exciting encounter, with Middlesex looking to continue their unbeaten start to the season.
Middlesex members will have full access to all the members’ facilities throughout this fixture as post Covid ‘business as usual’ has returned to the Home of Cricket.
Middlesex members simply need to produce their valid 2022 membership card to gain entry into the ground.
Non-members looking to attend the fixture need to be aware that there will be no tickets sold at the ground and tickets must be purchased online, in advance, via tickets.lords.org. Tickets can be bought online - even on the day of the fixture.
In the event that spectators have not purchased in advance, then tickets will be able to be purchased over the phone via 0207 432 1000 on the day.
Tomorrow’s Middlesex v Leicestershire match will be played on the Mound Stand side of the square, with the following stands open for spectating:
Catering facilities will also be in full operation throughout the match, with details of all outlets available as follows:
Members’ bars (pavilion, unless otherwise stated):
Additional members' information:
All members are reminded of the dress codes that apply in members' areas of the ground...
Pavilion: A formal standard of dress applies in the Pavilion at all times. Members, guests and visitors are required to observe it.
Members & Friends enclosures: The minimum standard of dress to enter the Members’ Friends’ Enclosures is “smart casual” for both sexes. Jackets are not required. For Gentlemen, shirts without a collar are acceptable on non-international days. Shorts and trousers must be tailored, although denim is acceptable.
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