Free tickets for cricket fans to watch Women's Asia Cup in Bangladesh

Asian Cricket Council (ACC) and Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) have arranged free viewing of Women’s Asia Cup matches. As a result, there is no need to purchase tickets to sit in the gallery and watch the game. Every match of the tournament will be held in Sylhet.

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The Women’s T20 Asia Cup will start from October 1. International cricket is returning to Sylhet in Bangladesh after a long break with this tournament. The big news for Sylhet is that all the matches of the entire tournament can be watched without any tickets.
Asian Cricket Council (ACC) and Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) have arranged free viewing of Women’s Asia Cup matches. As a result, there is no need to purchase tickets to sit in the gallery and watch the game. Every match of the tournament will be held in Sylhet. The first 9 matches will be played at the outer stadium and the next matches will be played at the main ground of the Sylhet International Stadium.
After October 2018, no international matches of Bangladesh women’s team were held. This long drought is going to end on October 1. Current champion Bangladesh will enter the field in the first match.
The format of this year's Asia Cup is T20 with the participation of 7 teams. The tournament will begin on October 1 and will end on October 15. Hosts Bangladesh will participate in the Asia Cup as the defending champions. In 2018, the Bangladesh women's team defeated India in the last edition of the Asia Cup.
Apart from Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Thailand, and United Arab Emirates are participating in this edition of the Women’s Asia Cup. Afghanistan women's cricket has stagnated since the Taliban regime. Therefore, Afghanistan are not participating this time.