IPL 2022 will start on March 26. It will be the first IPL season to happen in Indian stadiums with a live audience since 2019. IPL 2020 happened entirely in the UAE, while the few IPL 2021 games that took place in India were played behind closed doors, with the remaining matches being hosted by the UAE.
The BCCI has allotted all league matches of IPL 2022 to four venues, namely Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium and Brabourne Stadium, Navi Mumbai’s DY Patil Stadium and Pune’s MCA Stadium.
The BCCI has not announced the venue for the IPL Final yet. The ticket sales for the same have not begun as well, so there is no update regarding the prices for IPL Final tickets.
How to book IPL tickets online?
IPL Fans can book tickets on bookmyshow.com. Alternatively, they can also visit IPLT20.com to book their seats in the stadiums.
What safety regulations should be followed by spectators?
Spectators aged 18 or more should produce a COVID-19 vaccination certificate for entry into the stadium.
For the initial matches of IPL, the government has allowed only 25% seating capacity at the venues. Spectators should follow all COVID-19 guidelines.
Bottles, lighters, musical instruments, flammable, toxic, illegal or hazardous substances, metal containers, firecrackers, weapons, motorcycle helmets, bags or any other article (determined at the discretion of the Organisers) which might endanger or unduly annoy any other person are not allowed inside the venues.
No food will be allowed to be brought into the stadium.
Children aged more than 2 years should have their own ticket, and the spectators aged below 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
Are there virtual tickets for IPL 2022?
With fans returning to stadiums, it is unlikely that there will be any virtual tickets up for grabs in IPL 2022.