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Middlesex return to Lord's tomorrow evening for another night of Vitality Blast action, when we'll be taking on Surrey under the floodlights, in the London derby, which starts at 7pm.

The games starts later than usual as a result of the England v Denmark European Championship match, which kicks off at 5pm, being shown live in a big screen on the Nursery End prior to the start of the Vitality Blast action and in bars around the ground.

If you're attending the game tomorrow at Lord's, please see below all the information you'll need ahead of your visit.

We look forward to welcoming you to Lord's tomorrow evening another exciting evening of Vitality Blast action - and this time its the big one - the London derby!


Middlesex members will have access to all members’ facilities at this match, and simply need to produce their valid 2024 membership card to gain entry into the ground.

Members' looking to purchase tickets for Guests should be aware that Pavilion Admission Tickets are now sold out, however a limited number of Rover Tickets are still available for Guests to sit with members in the Members' Friends' Enclosures (not the Pavilion). These can be purchased in advance HERE by members who have created a Lord's account and have had this linked to their membership account.

For assistance on how to link your Lord's account to your membership account, click HERE, to visit the members' FAQs section, and look for the question - "How do I purchase guest tickets for Vitality Blast matches at Lord's"

Members, please be aware that Members' Guest passes are not valid for Vitality Blast matches

As all seating in the Pavilion and Members' Friends' Enclosures is non-reserved, so we recommend arriving early to secure the best seats.

Non-members looking to attend the fixture can still purchase public stand tickets! Tickets must be bought in advance and are available HERE - tickets can be bought on the day of the fixture itself.

In the event that spectators have not purchased in advance, or if you do not have online access, then tickets will be able to be purchased over the phone via 0207 432 1000 on the day.


Members may bring alcohol into Lord's, limited to the below volume, per person;

  • Wine/champagne - max 750ml bottle
  • Beer/cider - max two cans/bottles (500ml each)
  • Pre-mixed aperitifs - max two cans of 330ml each

Please note that members may only bring alcohol into the ground when entering through the Grace Gate. Public ticket holders are not permitted to bring alcohol into Lord's.


  • Members and Members' Friends Gates open at 16:30
  • General Public Gates open at 16:30
  • The match is scheduled to begin at 19:00
  • Scheduled mid-game break in play 20:15
  • The match is scheduled to finish at 21:45


Members' seating is available in all of the following areas: Tavern Lower, Allen Upper, Warner Stand (lower and upper) and the Pavilion. The Allen Stand Lower will not be open for this match.

Pavilion Admission Tickets for Guests allow Guests to sit with members in the Pavilion.

Rover Tickets for Guests allow Guests to sit with Members in the Lower Tavern, Allen Upper and Warner Stands.


The following stands will be open for the match: Grandstand Lower, Mound Stand Lower, Edrich Stand lower, Compton Stand lower and Tavern Concourse. All Public stands are allocated seating areas for ticket holders.


Catering facilities will be available around the ground, in Portman's Cafe, from the Green, from the Food Village at the Nursery End of the ground and from concession units around the ground.


  • Long Room Bar – Carvery & Dish of the Day
  • Middx Room - Dish of the Day
  • Warner Terrace Bar – Dish of the Day


  • All public bars close at 9.30pm
  • All members' bars (with the exception of the Bowlers Bar) close at 09.30pm, or half an hour after close of play (whichever is earlier)
  • Bowlers Bar closed at 10.00, or 90 minutes after close of play (whichever is earlier)
  • The Tavern Pub will close at 11pm.
  • The Green bar will close at 21:30.


Available at each of the following areas and will close 30 mins after the close of play unless otherwise stated.

  • Grace Gate
  • East Gate
  • Compton
  • Members’ Shop (Pavilion walkway – this will shut at the close of play
  • Temporary unit at the rear of the Media Gap

Scorecards: Scorecards will be available free of charge from all retail outlets and the Pavilion


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:

  • Pavilion Basement
  • Edrich Stand, near entrance 1


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.

  • Gentlemen - Tailored jacket or blazer; collared shirt that is tucked into tailored trousers, chinos, corduroys or moleskin trousers; a tie or cravat; and formal shoes with socks which cover the ankle.
  • Ladies - Dress, skirt or tailored trousers with a top or blouse, or other clothing that is appropriately formal. Formal shoes, boots or sandals must be worn.
  • For all visitors, religious, traditional and national dress, or service uniform, is permitted.

Members & Friends enclosures: There is no dress code in these areas.


The safety and security of all those who visit Lord’s Cricket Ground is a priority for the MCC. When you visit, there will be a number security measures you can see, and some you cannot see. This includes search dogs in and around the ground, and as part of our search regime when you enter.

There are a number of things you cannot bring into Lord’s, similar to every other international sports venue. These include anything that can be used to injure or harm others, including any sharp knife. Illegal items, such as controlled drugs, are also prohibited. These items and others can all be found under the Lord’s Ground Regulations.

Ground Regulations | Lord's (


There are a variety of London Underground stations nearby and some that are beneficial to alight at depending on where you are seated in the Ground itself. These options should be considered for entry and egress.

  • For the Warner Stand, Pavilion, and Tavern and Allen Stands, use Warwick Avenue or Edgware Road
  • For Mound and Edrich Stands, use Baker Street
  • For the Grand and Compton Stands, use St. John's Wood


By choosing a station in closer proximity to your area of the ground you are likely to have an easier and less crowded experience.

During major events at Lord's, St John's Wood station is very busy and a queuing system to enter the station post-match will be in place, so the alternatives above should be considered.

There is an excellent signed walking route for those deciding to alight at Baker Street and make their way to the Ground. Lord's is also well served by buses, and several routes run alongside the Ground.

Please note, Lord's is also served by a number of buses including the: 13, 113, 139 and 189 which all drop you side the Ground.

Before making any journey to the Ground using bus, tube or train it is recommended to check TFL Live Travel News.


For those unable to attend the match in person, a live stream of the game will be broadcast by Middlesex Cricket, live on air from 6.45pm.

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