Sky Stadium | Cello Basin Reserve
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Wellington fans will be treated to an action-packed summer of cricket. Both New Zealand’s men’s and women’s teams will play internationals in the capital.
The BLACKCAPS will host world test champions Australia this summer for the first time since 2016.
They play their first T20 international at Wellington’s Sky Stadium in a night match on 21 February. They will then play their first test from 29 February—4 March at Cello Basin Reserve.
The WHITE FERNS will play five T20Is and three ODIs against England at home. They’ll play two T20s at Cello Basin Reserve on 27 March and 29 March. Their first test is on 1 April at the same venue.
The BLACKCAPS and WHITE FERNS schedules boast a total of 32 internationals at home. This means summer offers a potential 48 days of cricket, played across 10 venues throughout the country.
Tickets go on sale on 1 November. Fans can sign up to Cricket Nation for a pre-sale window and ticket discount.