Whilst in the Pavilion, gentlemen should wear lounge suits or a tailored jacket and trousers, shirt, tie or cravat and formal shoes with ankle socks. Jackets may be removed on the Pavilion Concourse and outside balconies, but must be replaced for entry to the Pavilion building. Ladies should wear dresses, skirts, or trousers (which may be cropped below the knee) or culottes, with blouses or smart tops and formal shoes, boots or sandals. Dresses, blouses and smart tops may be sleeveless or strapless, providing shoulders are covered in the Pavilion. Religious, traditional or national dress, or service uniform is permitted. The following items of clothing are prohibited however: zip-up jackets or anoraks (for gentlemen without a tailored jacket), denim jeans and other denim clothing, leggings or jodhpur-style trousers (unless worn under a dress or skirt), t-shirts, shorts, tracksuits, any form of casual shoe; such as flip-flop shoes, trainers, espadrilles, plimsole or any shoe with a rubber-style toe-cap. Please assist Pavilion Stewards by ensuring you and your guests are aware of the M.C.C. Pavilion dress regulations. Members or guests requiring exceptions to the dress code for reasons such as medical conditions, must have the prior authorisation, in writing, from the Pavilion Manager.
Middlesex members must sit in the Pavilion or Members’ Friends’ Enclosures for these matches unless you have specifically purchased a general public ticket. General public tickets will also NOT allow members’ guests to sit with you in the members’ areas. Middlesex members (excluding Teen and Junior members) who wish to bring a guest (s) to any T20 Blast matches at Lord’s will need to purchase either a Pavilion admission ticket (maximum ONE ticket for each T20 Blast match) or Rover ticket (maximum FOUR tickets for each match). This will allow your guest to sit in the Lord’s Pavilion (if you have purchased a Pavilion admission ticket) or the Members’ Friends’ enclosures (Allen, Lower Tavern or Warner Stand) if you have purchased a Rover ticket.
For T20 Blast matches in 2020, Middlesex members (excluding Teen and Junior Members) may introduce ONE guest (who must be in possession of a non-transferable PAVILION ADMISSION TICKET) into the Pavilion at Lord’s. Pavilion Admission Tickets cost £20 for adults and £5 for 12-15 year olds.Please note: only juniors aged between 12 and 15 can be admitted to the Pavilion. Middlesex Junior members are NOT allowed to introduce guests into the Pavilion at Lord’s.
Middlesex members (excluding Teen and Junior Members) are entitled to purchase up to FOUR Rover Tickets for each T20 Blast match in 2020, which will entitle the holder entry into the Members’ Friends’ Enclosures at Lord’s (this DOES NOT include the Pavilion).
Please note: If your friends and family purchase tickets for the general public stands, your Middlesex membership will NOT entitle you to sit with them in the public stands at T20 Blast matches at Lord's.
Middlesex members (excluding Teen & Junior Members) are entitled to sign one guest into the Lord’s Pavilion for all County Championship and Royal London Cup group matches and up to two guests into the Members’ and Friends’ Enclosures, after payment of the ground admission charge.
A - The process for Priority Application for International Match Tickets at Lord's is changing for 2021. Details on how to apply for 2021 will be shared soon.
Tickets for County Championship and Royal London Cup matches can be purchased in advance via the Lord’s ticket office on 0207 432 1000 or via tickets.lords.org. Rover tickets, for T20 Blast matches so that your guests can sit in the members stands with you, can be purchased via the Lord’s ticket office, visit in person or call 0207 432 1000. Tickets for County Championship & Royal London Cup matches are also available to purchase on the gate on the day of the match.
Unfortunately, members have no privileges for major international matches except on the ﬁfth day of a test match when they may enter the members’ areas but not the Pavilion, after payment of the ground admission charge and upon production of their Membership card containing a photograph.
Because of the Compton and Edrich Stand redevelopment work, it is not yet possible to guarantee the availability of parking space for disabled people at Lord's on match days. As soon as further information is available, this message will be updated.
Yes, you are welcome to bring any of the following:- Up to one 75cl bottle of wine or champagne or 2 cans of cider/beer (max 500ml each) or two cans of premixed aperitifs (max 330ml each) into all Middlesex matches at Lord's.
Bottles of spirits or fortified wines will not be allowed into the Ground. Amounts of alcohol in excess of these limits and any alcohol in excess of these limits will be confiscated. Under no circumstances will any spectator be re-admitted to the Ground at any time during the day if he or she is in possession of any alcohol. MCC reserves the right to confiscate any alcohol from any spectator.
Anyone in receipt of Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) at any rate, Disability Living Allowance (DLA) at any rate, Personal Independence Payment (PIP) at any rate, Attendance Allowance (AA) at any rate, or Severe Mobility Allowance: and who can produce a benefits entitlement letter from the Department for Work Pensions (DWP) or the Job Centre dated within the last two years. Additionally anyone who has a Blind or Partially Sighted Registration and can provide a copy of it, or anyone who can provide a letter from their GP confirming their disability is eligible.
The above methods of proof of Disability need to provided as a scanned copy during the application process online for Disabled Membership.
Disabled Membership does not apply to those signed off sick from work for a period, or in receipt of Statutory Sick Pay or sick pay from their employer.
Every disabled member receives a complimentary Personal Assistant Pass for the season in which the membership is valid, bearing the name of the member and their membership number. This pass can be used by a carer or a supporter at any match as long as they accompany the named member both into and at the ground. This pass is transferable, and may not always be the same person, as we recognise that not everyone has the same carer or accompanier every day.
Any member wishing to renew their membership and transfer to a Disabled category simply needs to contact the Middlesex office.
Upon supplying the correct proof of Disability, as detailed below) you will then be able to join as a Disabled member.
Proof of Disability required: Anyone in receipt of Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) at any rate, Disability Living Allowance (DLA) at any rate, Personal Independence Payment (PIP) at any rate, Attendance Allowance (AA) at any rate, or Severe Mobility Allowance: and who can produce a benefits entitlement letter from the Department for Work Pensions (DWP) or the Job Centre dated within the last two years. Additionally anyone who has a Blind or Partially Sighted Registration and can provide a copy of it, or anyone who can provide a letter from their GP confirming their disability is eligible.
In this instance refunds are not available.
The club has widely publicised the Disabled categories of membership to members by post and email, and on its website, and is unable to provide refunds for the current season.
However, you would be more than welcome to apply to be a Disabled member for the start of the next season.