We have created this page to ensure our members and supporters are kept right up to date with the very latest Covid-19 news that has an impact on the 2021 season.
Updates will be posted in descending chronological order, allowing you to keep up to date with the very latest changes in restrictions that affect Middlesex Cricket. For the latest news, please check at the top of the page and then scroll down for later news.
Middlesex can today confirm that tickets for the Club's two remaining home LV= Insurance County Championship fixtures at Lord's are now on sale.
Middlesex take on Derbyshire between Monday 30th August and Thursday 2nd September, and then Worcestershire between Sunday 12th and Wednesday 15th September and tickets are available now for both fixtures.
Middlesex members can gain admission to the fixtures on production of a valid 2021 membership card. Members who have a valid 2021 season guest pass as part of their 2020 loyalty rewards can use this to also admit a guest to these fixtures (season guest passes are only valid when used in the presence of the host member).
All other tickets must be purchased in advance, as e-tickets, from the MCC’s online ticket site, tickets.lords.org, and we have been advised by MCC that tickets will NOT be available to purchase on the gate for either of these games.
For days one, two and three of each fixture, tickets are priced at £20 for adults, £10 for over 65’s and £5 for under 16’s, with prices reduced on day four to just £5 for adults, £2.50 for over 65’s and under 16’s free of charge (under 14’s must be accompanied by an adult).
Due to the Pavilion still operating as a restricted Players and Match Officials Area, spectator numbers are restricted in the Pavilion, and is available to members only. All other members’ friends’ enclosures remain open and unrestricted by the PMOA zoning of the Pavilion.
We look forward to welcoming members and supporters to Lord’s.
With the 2021 season coming to an end in a little over six weeks’ time, there is still plenty of cricket at Middlesex home venues for our members and supporters to enjoy this summer.
With that in mind, here’s a reminder of what’s still to come in 2021 and what should be expected at each ground now that the majority of Covid restrictions have been eased.
LV= INSURANCE COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP – LORD’S
Our final two home matches in the LV= Insurance County Championship are both being staged at Lord’s, finally giving our members and supporters the opportunity to enjoy some four-day action at the Home of Cricket as the season draws to a close, after Covid saw the early season fixtures being played behind closed doors.
We take on Derbyshire in our opening Divisional clash of the Championship in a game starting on Monday 30th August (play to start at 11am) and then face Worcestershire in a game starting on Sunday 12th September (play to start at 10.30am).
Members can attend both Lord’s matches and can gain entry into the ground upon presentation of their valid 2021 membership card at the gates.
Any members in possession of a 2021 Season Guest pass, can also use this at either of these two matches, as long as the guest using the members’ pass is accompanied by the member themselves.
Members should be aware the Lord’s Pavilion is still being used as a Covid restricted Players and Match Officials Area, which will impact on the volume of members’ seating available within the Pavilion at these games. All other members areas are unaffected by the PMOA zoning around the Pavilion.
Aside of the PMOA zoning, members and supporters should expect a ‘business-as-usual’ experience at Lord’s, with food and drink concessions open around the ground, the Middlesex room open and available, and the Middlesex reception open for enquiries or for you just to pop in and say hello.
SECOND ELEVEN COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP – RADLETT & MERCHANT TAYLORS’ SCHOOL
There are two remaining Second Eleven Championship home fixtures to enjoy, one at Radlett Cricket Club and one at Old Merchant Taylors’ Cricket Club, at Merchant Taylors’ School in Northwood.
Our fixture at Radlett sees us taking on Sussex Second Eleven in a four-day encounter between Tuesday 24th and Friday 27th August, with the match starting at 11am.
Members and supporters are welcome to attend the fixture, however, please be aware, that like our matches at Lord’s, there will be a Players and Match Officials Area in operation, around the Radlett Clubhouse, and no spectator access will be allowed into this restricted zone.
Anyone attending the game is also advised that there will be no spectator facilities available for those watching, and we would recommend spectators to therefore bring their own chairs and refreshments with them to the match.
A WC facility is open for spectators to use in the clubhouse situated on the bottom field at the Salters Field end of the ground.
At Merchant Taylors’ School, we take on Essex Second Eleven on the Old Merchant Taylor’s Cricket Club pitch, between Monday 13th and Thursday 16th September, with the match starting at 10.30am.
Again there will be a Players and Match Officials Area in operation, around the OMTCC Pavilion, and no spectator access will be allowed into this restricted zone.
Anyone attending the game is also advised that there will be no spectator facilities available for those watching, and we would recommend spectators to therefore bring their own chairs and refreshments with them to the match.
RED-BALL WARM-UP FIXTURE – MERCHANT TAYLORS’ SCHOOL
On Monday, the Club announced a warm-up clash against a Middlesex County Cricket League representative eleven, taking place at Old Merchant Taylors’ Cricket Club in Northwood.
The red-ball match will take place over two days, with 96 overs per side scheduled on each day, starting at 10.30am on Wednesday 25th and Thursday 26th August 2021.
Members and supporters are of course welcome to attend the fixture, however, please be aware, that like all other matches, there will be a Players and Match Officials Area in operation, around the OMTCC Pavilion, and no spectator access will be allowed into this restricted zone.
ACADEMY/EPP MATCHES – MERCHANT TAYLORS’ SCHOOL
Our Academy and EPP sides also have home matches still to play this summer and it would be great to see members and supporters come along and support the next crop of talented youngsters who’ll hope to represent the club’s first eleven in the future.
All matches will be played at Merchant Taylors’ School in Northwood, and whilst spectators are welcome, please be aware that there will be no spectator facilities available for those watching, and we would recommend spectators to therefore bring their own chairs and refreshments with them to the match.
On 15th and 16th August, our Emerging Player Programme side (EPP) will take on Surrey Under 16’s in a two day match and then the following week, on 23rd and 24th, they’ll play their final home game of the summer against Kent Under 16’s.
Then, also on 24th August, our Academy side (Under 18’s) are also in action at MTS, taking on the Oxfordshire Academy in a three-day clash.
We hope our members and supporters are able to come and enjoy what remains of the 2021 season with us at the grounds, and we look forward to seeing as many of you as possible in the coming weeks.
Following confirmation from the Government on Monday that Covid restrictions will be lifted from Monday 19th July 2021, we are delighted to now be able to advise members and supporters of information relating to them attending our home out-ground Royal London Cup matches.
The information below relates to the following matches at Radlett Cricket Club:
Middlesex members will not need to book a ticket in advance to attend these fixtures, they will simply need to present their valid membership card upon entry to the ground, which will be scanned. All seats are unallocated, so members can choose where they would like to sit on arrival.
Please note – the restrictions around players and match officials remain, so the Radlett Clubhouse and surrounding seating area is not open to members or spectators.
It’s been wonderful to welcome members back to our matches in recent weeks, albeit with restrictions in place, so it’ll be all the more special to see members at Radlett when restrictions have been lifted even further.
SEASON GUEST PASS
Middlesex members in possession of a 2021 Season Guest Pass (which were issued as one of the 2020 season members’ loyalty rewards) are able to use their guest pass to admit one guest free of charge to these matches. The guest pass will be scanned at the gate – please note the member MUST be present in order for the season guest pass to be valid. Season guest passes are only valid if used when accompanied by the host member.
Members can also purchase an unlimited number of Guest Tickets from the online ticket store, which are available at £20 for adult tickets, £15 for over 65’s and £5 for under 16’s.Please note, all 2020 valid members, can take advantage of the 20% loyalty discount on the cost of out-ground guest tickets, by simply adding their membership number to the appropriate field in the checkout area. On entering a valid membership number, the discount will be automatically applied. Please note, this discount is only available to those who paid for a 2020 Middlesex membership. (Please note membership numbers beginning with a zero need to be entered in full to ensure the discount is applied. Eg: if your membership number is 01234, please enter it in full, as 1234 will NOT be recognised as valid).
TO PURCHASE MEMBERS' GUEST TICKETS FOR THESE MATCHES - CLICK HERE
Non-members can purchase General Admission tickets for these matches from now, available in the online ticket store.
Tickets cost £20 for adults, £15 for over 65’s and £5 for under 16’s.
All seats are unallocated, so tickets offer admission to the ground, with spectators able to choose where they would like to sit on arrival.
TO PURCHASE TICKETS FOR THESE MATCHES - CLICK HERE
Whilst Covid restrictions are being lifted, the Club will continue to take steps to ensure the safety and well-being of all in attendance at our matchesAt Radlett, the Pavilion will be unavailable to spectators for these four Royal London Cup matches, as it will be a restricted players only area, and the players will continue to reside with a dedicated green zone at all games, to minimise the risk of contracting the virus.We would also still encourage everyone in attendance to be mindful of other spectators, respecting their personal space.We very much look forward to seeing supporters back with us at Radlett Cricket Club for our fifty over campaign.
The priority window for members to book tickets for the four Royal London Cup matches being played at Radlett Cricket Club was scheduled to open at 10am tomorrow (Monday 12th July 2021).
As all four matches are being played after 19th July 2021, the date the Government has stated will be the day that the country potentially moves into stage 4 of their Covid recovery plan, we have made the decision to delay the opening of this priority window until we receive further guidance from the Government.
With Prime Minister Boris Johnson due to speak to the nation on 12th July 2021, to issue an update on the relaxing of Covid restrictions, the Club will inform members of the latest information about attending these matches once we have received confirmation of next steps the Government decide to to take and guidance on hosting public events in step four.
We will be in touch as soon as we have the information we need to inform members further on ticketing for these matches.
Middlesex Cricket can confirm that the scheduled National Counties matches versus Berkshire and Hertfordshire, due to have been played at Radlett Cricket Club on Tuesday 20th and Thursday 22nd July 2021 have both been cancelled.
Whilst Radlett Cricket Club had been selected as the most suitable venue to host both of these games, they were actually away fixtures for Middlesex, with the hosting costs of each game being the responsibility of the National Counties in question. The decision to cancel the fixtures was taken earlier this month in light of the necessary costs that would have been incurred to stage the events, with the likelihood of ground safety protocols and crowd restrictions needed to be put in place to comply with Covid safety regulations at the time.
We apologise to any members and supporters who were hoping to attend these matches, and we trust you understand the rationale behind the cancellation of the fixtures given the ever changing regulations the Covid pandemic places on the game.
We have been advised by MCC that the final home Vitality Blast match of the 2021 season, being hosted at Lord's on Friday 16th July 2021 against Kent Spitfires, is now sold out.
No further tickets are available to purchase for this fixture.
We remind all members that due to ongoing Covid restrictions, members without a pre-booked free ticket, will be unable to attend this fixture.
Middlesex supporters are advised that tickets to watch Middlesex in LV= Insurance County Championship action against Leicestershire at Merchant Taylors' School between Sunday 11th and Wednesday 14th July are now on general sale and can be purchased through the Middlesex ticket site.
As the match is being played before the Government's proposed date for the further easing of Covid restrictions, the ground will be separated into spectator zones and blocks, so when purchasing your match tickets, select the zone and block you wish to sit in, using the ground map on the ticket site as a guide.
Match-day parking is available to purchase in advance, costing £5 for non-members or £3 for members, which can be purchased when buying match tickets.
Middlesex members wishing to attend the match, can still access the game for free, however you will need a match ticket to enter the ground, which members can book via calling the Middlesex office on 0207 289 1300 (option 1) or by emailing [email protected]
All tickets purchased are sent to customers as an e-ticket via email, which must be shown on entry to the ground, either in printed form, or on a smart phone, which can be both be scanned upon entry.
We very luck look forward to seeing you at Merchant Taylors' School next week.
All Middlesex members can now book their free seats at the Middlesex v Leicestershire LV= Insurance County Championship clash at Merchant Taylors’ School being played between Sunday 11th and Wednesday 14th July 2021.
For this match, to comply with Covid safety regulations, the ground will be separated into spectator zones and seating blocks, which can be seen on the ground map within the ticket site.
All members can now book their free of charge seat, on the match day or days you wish to attend, by clicking the link below to enter the ticket site in the members’ portal and selecting the zone you wish to sit in.
A priority window opened today at 10am for members which will close at 4pm on Monday 5th July for members to book their seats, after which point any remaining seats will be made available on general sale.
Any members wishing to attend should book their free tickets via the members' portal, via the link below, although should any members wishing to attend miss the priority window for them to book their free tickets, these will still be available, but must be booked by calling the Middlesex office on 0207 289 1300 (option 1) or by emailing [email protected]
Members need to simply log in to the members’ portal via the link below, click the ‘Outground Tickets’ tab, and then click the ‘Championship’ link, and book your seats.
All remaining tickets for this will be on general sale from 10am Tuesday 6th July 2021.
MCC have now furnished us with all the details you’ll need as a member on how to secure seats at the three remaining Vitality Blast matches at Lord's this year, so please take note of the following important information, which relates to the three matches below:
Following Monday’s announcement by the Government that the lifting of restrictions in England will be delayed until 19 July at the earliest, MCC have informed us that they will now be refunding ALL tickets for matches before 19 July and begin a re-sale in which members can again book their tickets for the three affected Vitality Blast matches.
MCC are most regretful that they have had to take this action, however with the date for relaxing Covid restrictions being pushed back and all remaining Blast matches now needing to played with a reduced 25% ground capacity, they unfortunately have no alternative.
Tickets will therefore inevitably be in high demand for these games, however both Middlesex and MCC members will have an initial priority window in which to book your free-of-charge ticket and purchase one for a guest. Tickets will be available from noon today (17 June) and can be booked and purchased online from the Lord's ticket website via the link below.
Middlesex members wishing to book their ticket and purchase a guest tickets must first have created an account on the Lord’s website and have this verified as a Middlesex member. If you have not already done so, please do this now, in order to reserve your free ticket and be able to purchase a guest ticket. For information on how to do this please CLICK HERE
Ticket prices for guests are as follows:
Under 16s | £10
Adults | £20 - £40
If you have already created and account on the Lord’s ticket website and had your Middlesex membership verified, you can book your ticket and purchase a guest ticket HERE for the remaining matches from midday today.
Please note, on the Lord’s ticket site, when reserving your member ticket to the game, after selecting your seat for the match please ensure you select “Member Seat” on the dropdown menu underneath the seat map.
If you wish to be seated with a fellow member, you will need to provide the Lord's Client Reference Number for the member you wish to be seated with. Anyone seated with you must be from within your household or meet the Government’s definition of a Support Bubble.
Any remaining tickets will be made available to the general public on Friday 18 June, with previous bookers being given a priority.
If you do have an urgent query and need to contact us, please email [email protected] and we will aim to get back to you within 48 hours due to the high volume of enquiries we are currently experiencing. Further information on refunds and the effect of the Government’s announcement on other matches at Lord’s can be found at the bottom of this email.
Thank you for your understanding in these frustrating times. We apologise for the inconvenience this may cause and we are doing all we can, with MCC, to ensure that as many members as possible are able to attend and enjoy cricket at Lord’s in 2021.
We look forward to welcoming you to Lord’s soon
The priority period extended to Middlesex members to secure seats for themselves and for their guests at all three out-ground Vitality Blast matches at Radlett has now passed, and any remaining tickets will now be made available to those non-members who have registered to receive priority access to any remaining tickets available.
The ticket window for those registered to receive priority access to available tickets will open on Monday 31st May 2021 at 10am and close on Friday 4th June at midday. Anyone who has registered on the list for priority access to tickets will be emailed information on how they can now purchase tickets.
Any remaining tickets after this deadline has passed will be put on General Sale.
Middlesex members who have not yet secured their tickets for themselves can still do so, by emailing [email protected] with your membership number and details of the matches you wish to attend.
Middlesex members wishing to procure Guest tickets for these matches also still have the opportunity to do so, via the outground tickets tab in the Members' Hub.
Due to the reduced ground capacity we are operating to, the ground has been spilt into zones and blocks, and there are a small number of tickets remaining in several of the blocks within zone 1 of the ground for each of the three following games
Any members requiring assistance with booking their seats or those of their guests for these matches, should contact the Middlesex office, on 0207 289 1300 (option 1) between 9am and 5pm on Monday to Thursday (*excluding bank holiday Monday) or between 9am to 4pm on Friday.
The priority window for members to secure tickets for the Vitality Blast London derby T20 match between Middlesex and Surrey on Thursday 10 June at Lord's has now passed, however members can still secure their place at the match.
You will need to book a ticket (at no charge) for your own use if you wish to attend the match on 10 June.
You will also have the option of purchasing a ticket for a guest (£10 for an under-16 or £20-£40 for an adult) OR secure your seat with that of a fellow member with whom you wish to be seated. Anyone seated with you must be from within your Household or meet the Government’s definition of a Support Bubble.
As the members' priority window has now passed, any members wishing to book their seat at this match should email [email protected].
For the full article relating to this information, please click HERE
Today the Club announced details of how members can secure tickets to watch Middlesex in action on 10th June vs Surrey in the Vitality Blast London derby at Lord's.
This information has been posted on the website and emailed to all members.
Entry to all members is of course free, and there is the opportunity to also secure guest tickets to the game,
For all the information on how you can attend, click HERE
We would also like to remind all members, that with regulations changing and as restrictions on attending cricket ease, Middlesex Cricket will continue to send important information to members via email as soon as it becomes available to us. If, for whatever reason, you have unsubscribed to receive our email communications, you WILL miss out on receiving important updates from us. To re-subscribe to receive these important emails, please email us at [email protected] and we can get you added back to the mailing list.
MCC have invited Middlesex members to apply for tickets to attend the Cambridge vs Oxford University varsity match at Lord's on 23rd May, with members able to watch the game for free, and guest tickets also available.
For full information on how you can be one of the very first spectators back at Lord's in 2021 to watch some action live, click HERE
Prime Minister Boris Johnson's latest update on the Roadmap to Covid Recovery earlier stated that the reducing of restrictions remains on course and to the proposed timeline, which means that spectators will be allowed to return to cricket grounds from 17th May 2021.
The Club will continue to update members through this page, via email, and on the website home page with any changes that affect members and supporters attending games, however for the sake of clarity, and in answer to questions raised, today's announcement does not affect the current status of spectators not being able to attend Second Eleven matches.
All Second Eleven matches must still be played under either Stage 3 Guidelines or Stage 5 Guidelines.
Stage 3 guidelines are behind closed doors matches.
Stage 5 guidelines - means that all spectators must have an allocated seat in the ground, the ground must be stewarded, the ground must be zoned for safety with different groups in different zones, each with its own facilities, sanitising stations, toilet facilities etc, with a spectators policy signed off by local authority and Public Health England - effectively the same set up as per spectators attending first eleven matches, which is not viable for second eleven games being played at out-ground venues.
As a result, all Middlesex Second XI home games will continue to be played under Stage 3 Guidance.
For information on Second XI away matches, members are advised to contact the host county.
All members are reminded that this week's LV= Insurance County Championship match between Middlesex and Hampshire, on Thursday 13th to Sunday 16th May, is played Behind Closed Doors and no spectator admittance will be allowed.
All members are reminded that this week's LV= Insurance County Championship match between Middlesex and Gloucestershire, on Thursday 6th to Sunday 9th May, is played Behind Closed Doors and no spectator admittance will be allowed.
With the Club welcoming fans back into grounds for matches being played after 17th May 2021, all members and fans attending matches must strictly adhere to the Club's Covid Spectator Code, which has been put in place for the health, safety and wellbeing off all in attendance at Middlesex out-ground matches in 2021.
We would ask all supporters to familiarise themselves with the full Covid Spectator Code, which can be read by clicking HERE
All members are reminded that this week's LV= County Championship match between Middlesex and Surrey, on Thursday 22nd to Sunday 25th April, is being played Behind Closed Doors and no spectator admittance will be allowed.
Today, we emailed all members with the following information:
Further to our email on Friday of last week, we can confirm that the Members’ Priority Window to register to attend the three Vitality Blast matches at Radlett Cricket Club has now closed and we are unable to process any further registrations.
The Priority Window to register to attend the LV= County Championship match at Merchant Taylors’ School on 11th to 14th July and the four Royal London Cup matches on 27th and 30th July and 6th and 8th August remains open however, and members can now also purchase Guest Tickets and/or use their Season Guest Pass to register for guests to attend these games. Details of how to do this are specified below.
All members can still register to attend the out-ground County Championship matches or Royal London Cup matches. To do so, please log into the Members' Portal HERE and click the OUT_GROUND TICKETS tab.
If you were a 2020 season member who has opted to receive a Season Guest Pass as one of your loyalty reward benefits, you can now also use this for any of these matches.
To use your Season Guest Pass to register your guest for these games simply use the link below. Season Guest Pass holders may also purchase one additional Guest Ticket at these matches via the link below.
All 2021 members who were a member in the 2020 season can also take advantage of the 20% discount on the price of Guest Tickets. Simply enter your membership number in the Checkout and this discount will be applied. Please note – if your membership number starts with a zero, please do not enter this in the checkout (ie: for 01234 enter 1234).
All 2021 members can purchase Guest Tickets via the link below to register their guests at these matches.
All Members can purchase a maximum of two Guest Tickets to any match.
To use you Season Guest Pass and Purchase Members' Guest Tickets, please login to the Members' Portal HERE, click the OUTGROUND TICKETS tab, and then click the BUY OUT-GROUND TICKETS tab.
All Guest Tickets are protected by the Club’s Covid Refund Policy, whereby if we are unable to honour any Guest Tickets purchased for out-ground matches due to ground capacity restrictions, you will receive a full refund on the ticket.
If requests for member registrations and guest tickets to the County Championship and Royal London Cup matches exceed the ground capacity we are safely allowed to operate to, a ballot will also be needed for these matches. Member requests will always be prioritised over members’ guest tickets. We will communicate information on this closer to the dates of these matches.
Thanks as always for your ongoing understanding during these complicated times and we look forward to seeing you at a Middlesex out-ground in 2021.
Today, we emailed all members with the following information:
With the Government’s roadmap out of Covid lockdown currently remaining on track, we are still on course to be able to welcome members back into grounds from 17th May onwards, and we can’t wait to see you.
The priority window which was open for members to reserve their seats at the three Vitality Blast matches at Radlett Cricket Club on 15th June v Hampshire, 17th June v Gloucestershire, and on 27th June v Glamorgan closed today at 5pm, and no further applications can be accepted for seat reservations for these matches.
Due to the high volume of member requests we have received for seats, members will be unable to purchase Guest Tickets for these games.
As Government restrictions significantly reduce the capacity of the ground, we are in the process of modelling how the ground will be zoned and where seating will be available at these matches.
We are currently processing all members’ applications and should the request for seats be higher than the safe ground capacity we are allowed to operate at these matches, a ballot will take place, and wherever possible seats will be offered equally to all members who have applied.
All members who have registered to reserve a seat at any of the above matches will be contacted by the club by no later than 30th April with details of the process you will need to follow to secure your seat and receive your e-ticket for the match.
Due to high demand, and the likelihood of us potentially being able to increase the capacity of grounds from 21st June onwards, again, if the roadmap to recovery continues as planned, we are keeping the Priority Window open for members to register their seat at the LV= Insurance County Championship game on 11th - 14th July at Merchant Taylors’ School and all four Royal London Cup games at Radlett on 27th and 30th July and 06th and 08th August.
Members who have yet to register for the County Championship and Royal London Cup games can do so via the link below.
PLEASE NOTE: If you have already registered to attend these matches, you do not need to do so again!On Monday, the Priority Window will open for members to purchase Guest Tickets or use their Season Guest Pass for the out-ground County Championship and Royal London Cup games, and we will contact you again on Monday with the information on how to do this.
The following fixtures are all being played Behind Closed Doors and therefore spectators cannot enter the ground.
LV= INSURANCE COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP MATCHES
Middlesex v Surrey| April 22-25 | Lord's
Middlesex v Gloucestershire | May 06-09 | Lord's
Middlesex v Hampshire | May 13-16 | Lord's
MIDDLESEX SECOND XI FIXTURES
All fixtures Behind Closed Doors until further notice
MIDDLESEX WOMEN FIXTURES
All fixtures Behind Closed Doors until further notice
Out-ground matches in 2021:
Middlesex members will be given priority access to all Middlesex matches, having the opportunity to secure seats ahead of the general public at all times. Production of your valid 2021 membership card will not guarantee automatic entry to Middlesex home matches this year, however members will not need to purchase a ticket themselves. Instead, in 2021, Middlesex members MUST register to attend all out-ground matches, as no admittance will be granted to non-registered members.
To register your seat at any of the above out-ground matches, please log into the members' portal HERE then click the OUTGROUND TICKETS tab, where you will find further information and be able to reserve your seat at our out-ground matches in 2021.
Please note: Members have the opportunity to reserve their seats at all out-ground matches in a first priority window, open now. Any remaining tickets will be available to members' guests in a second priority window, with any remaining tickets going on sale to the general public in a third window to non-members who have registered for priority access to any general admission tickets.
Priority window dates:
Once the priority window closes, we will assess the number of applications and the restrictions if any, on number of spectators, and If we are oversubscribed with members’ requests for any of the out-ground fixtures, a ballot will take place and wherever possible, tickets will be shared equally to members who have applied.
Re-new as a member in 2021:
With crowds returning to cricket grounds in 2021 and members' receiving first priority to attend all available matches in 2021, now is a great time to renew. if you're a 2019 or 2020 member who hasn't yet renewed for 2021, you can do so now by clicking HERE and you can start to look forward to returning to watch Middlesex in action in 2021.
If any capacity remains after members have reserved their seats and have had the chance to buy guest tickets, any remaining tickets will be made available on general sale.
The best way to obtain priority access to matches in 2021 is clearly to become a member, however non-members can register for priority access to any public sale tickets now, to ensure they receive the first opportunity to purchase general public sale tickets.
Registration for this priority window opens on 01 March 2021 and will remain open until 2nd May 2021.
From 03 May 2021 at 10am, those registered on the priority list will be contacted with an opportunity to secure any public sale tickets available.
Click HERE to register on the non-member’s priority list.
Join as a member in 2021:
Should you wish to join as a new Middlesex member and receive priority ahead of any non-members. then please click HERE. With annual full membership available at a little over £20 per month for adults and just £20 for the entire year for Juniors, with cricket returning in 2021 there's never been a better time to join the Middlesex family.
At this stage, Middlesex are currently waiting for clarification from MCC on the exact process members will need to follow themselves to attend Lord's matches.
We have been informed that Middlesex members will receive equal admission priority to MCC members to all Middlesex home matches in 2021, and that all members’ ticket requests will receive priority ahead of general public admission tickets.
Middlesex members will not need to purchase a ticket to attend Lord’s matches in the 2021 season, however we have been advised that all Middlesex members at this stage should create an account on the lords.org website and then send us their Lord's Client Reference number to verify their Middlesex membership, as we are advised that it is highly likely that all members will need to do this to attend matches at Lord's this year.
We therefore recommend all members to complete this two-stage process now. Detailed instructions on how to do this shown HERE.
Any members who require assistance in this process should call the Middlesex office on 0207 289 1300 (option one) between 9am and 5pm Monday to Thursday and 9am to 4pm on Friday.
Once members have completed this two-step process, you will be eligible to purchase Rover Tickets for your guests to attend Middlesex’s Vitality Blast matches and will have done all that is required of you at this stage to attend to watch Middlesex games at Lord’s in 2021 in person. As soon as we receive any further information from MCC as to any other processes Middlesex members need to complete to attend Lord’s matches in 2021, we will update this page with the latest information.
Non-member supporters of Middlesex need to create an account on the lords.org website and will then be eligible to purchase general ground admission tickets to all available Middlesex home matches at Lord’s.
Unfortunately due to Government restrictions ALL Second Eleven matches will be played under stage three Covid-19 guidelines in 2021, meaning that there will be no admission to spectators and all matches must be played behind closed doors until all Government restrictions are lifted surrounding public events.
To view the 2021 Second Eleven fixtures click HERE.
In these times of great uncertainty, Middlesex Cricket is making a firm commitment in 2021 to any supporters purchasing out-ground tickets, that should any match be significantly affected by the ongoing pandemic, to the extent that the match needs to be played behind closed doors or capacities be reduced for social distancing, leading to us not being able to fulfil the seat for any tickets purchased, then a full refund will automatically be issued.
We want all our spectators to have absolute peace of mind when purchasing tickets, knowing that their safety is our priority at all times, and our ticket refund promise gives this assurance.
To view the out-ground refund policy, click HERE.
With so much uncertainty existing currently as to exactly what impact the ongoing pandemic will have on the 2021 season, Middlesex's Chief Executive Richard Goatley issued a statement confirming the following points to offer assurances to the club's members:
To read the CEO's full statement, click HERE.