This week we take on our London rivals Surrey in our latest LV= Insurance County Championship clash of the season - our penultimate home four-day clash of the year
If you're planning on coming to Lord's this week, then please see the following match-day guide, with all the information you'll need ahead of your visit to the Home of Cricket.
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 on all match days. For gentlemen, this includes a tailored jacket or blazer with tie or cravat; and for ladies, a smart dress, skirt or trousers with a top or blouse. Footwear appropriate to a formal setting is also applicable.
Members' Friends' Enclosures (Warner, Allen Stands and Middlesex Room): A more relaxed dress code applies to all Members and their guests in Members' Friends' Enclosures on Middlesex match days. Collarless shirts are permitted; however shorts and trousers must still be tailored. Denim is acceptable on these match days. There will be no admittance for anyone wearing dilapidated or offensive garments of any kind. A smart standard of footwear remains in place. Flip-flops and casual trainers (i.e. brightly coloured) are not acceptable.
MCC reserves the right to refuse entry to any person considered unsuitably attired.
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Days one to three:
At the start of the tea interval on the first three days of the match, the following prices apply:
This week's match will be played on the Mound Stand side of the square, with the following stands open for spectating:
A valid Surrey County Cricket Club membership card for the 2023 season will need to be shown to gain entry into these stands.
Catering facilities will be available around the ground throughout the match, with details of all outlets available as follows:
Assistance Dogs: Spectators who are accompanied by assistance dogs will be admitted to the stand or which they have a ticket. If there is limited space for the dog ta different seat of equivalent quality will be offered, with more space for the dog to rest. Dogs will be offered a blanket to lie on and water bowl (available from the Head Steward’s Office).Audio-Description: Complimentary audio-description earpieces for blind or visually impaired spectators are available from the Head Steward’s Office.
There are two multi-faith reflection rooms located at:
Available at each of the following areas and will close 30 mins after the close of play unless otherwise stated:
Wednesday 19th July - Memorial service for Ted Clark, former Pavilion Steward
In September 2022 we were extremely saddened to hear of the passing of one of the most popular and loved members of the Pavilion stewarding staff, Ted Clark - a familiar face around Lord's to many of us. On Wednesday 19th July, on the opening day, after gates open at 10am, all members are welcome to join MCC and Middlesex in the Coronation Garden for refreshments, where members of Ted's family will be present to celebrate Ted's life and his wonderful career over many many years at Lord's.
Wednesday 19th July - Dementia Friendly Day in partnership with dementiacarers.org
We are looking forward to welcoming representatives of Dementia Carers Count to Lord's Cricket Ground, where they will be on hand in Wednesday to give out information on the work they do as a charity and to talk to fellow members and spectators about caring for a loved one with dementia. Also in attendance will be 70 of the charities carers, who will be at Lord's throughout the day to enjoy a day's cricketing entertainment. We would welcome all members and spectators to pop along to the Dementia Carers Count stall, situated at the rear of the Allen Stand, where you will be able to speak to their representatives throughout the day.
All four days of the game - Live stream of the match
If you aren't attending the game, then the best way to keep up to date with the match is by watching the Club's live and enhanced stream, available via the match centre on the Middlesex website, or direct on our YouTube channel.