One Day International
Australia v England - One Day International
Date: Friday 26 January 2018
Location: Adelaide Oval
Gate Opening Time: 11:30am
Session 1 - 1:50 - 5:20pm
Session 2 - 6:05 - 9:35pm
Entry: SACA Members and Transferable Card holders gain free entry on scanning of their Membership Card. Please note- Member Cards are not transferable.
SACA Members Dress Code: Please remember the SACA Members' Enclosure Dress Standards apply.
SACA Member Guest Passes: Not available for this match.The ODI is a maximum attendance day just like the first three days of the Test, so we may be close to capacity on Australia Day. SACA's priority is making sure Members can get a seat. Members can only bring a guest if they purchase a season Transferable Associate Card for $375.
SACA Members Children/ Grandchildren: For cricket matches in season 2017/18, children 9 years of age or younger as at 31 August 2017, if accompanying their parent or grandparent who is a Member, can gain free access to the Adelaide Oval and Members' Enclosure (not available to Transferable Associate Cardholder's children). Click here for more information.
SACA Members' Enclosure Reserved Seat Stickers (free): Click here to view the guidelines for the free reserved seat stickers.
SACA Member Pre-Reserved Seating: For all information regarding the new initiative pre-reserved seating throughout the season please click here. Bookings for pre-reserved seating have now closed for this match.
Alcohol-free seating area: As can be seen in the above map, seating bays 314 and 315 on level 3 of the Western grandstand are an alcohol-free area for all International matches.
Car Parking: SACA Members have the opportunity to pre-purchase an unreserved daily car park in the Northern car park located off Pennington Terrace for International matches. Click here for more information.
SACA Members' Dining: Members can book to dine for the ODI. More information on ODI dining will be available here soon.
Cricket Etiquette: Please remember to show consideration to others by limiting movement in seating areas during play. It is particularly important to remain seated during an over.