NEW DELHI, June 1: After the long queues outside the Trent Bridge Cricket Ground on Friday to enter the stadium for the West Indies-Pakistan game, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has now decided to make an exception and allow fans to print their tickets at home and walk into the ground with them to avoid another case of fans losing their cool as they wait to enter the stadium for a game.
Speaking to IANS, Claire Furlong, ICC General Manager, Strategic Communications, said that while the majority of the tickets had already been delivered, the ICC has taken a number of measures to ensure that fans don�t feel concerned travelling to England and Wales for the showpiece event.
�There are a number of measures we have taken, this includes allowing fans to print their ticket at home (they just need to log onto their account and do so) so they can come with them, and we have stepped up our processes in venue to improve collection. The majority of tickets have been delivered now, but we are well set at venue if any fans have not received them,� she explained. � IANS