The 2nd edition of the Lanka Premier League LPL 2021, which is Sri Lanka’s topmost domestic T20 tournament, with an international flavor, will be held from 5th to 23rd December 2021 and will consist of 5 teams, with each having a 20-player squad. A squad will consist of 14 Local and 06 Overseas Players.
Health Ministry granted approval for limited crowds to attend the LPL 2021.
Only 50 percent of the spectators out of the maximum capacities of the RPICS, Colombo, and MRICS, Hambantota, where the LPL matches will be played, will be allowed to enter the ground to witness the games.
However, only those who are fully vaccinated against the Covid-19 infection as per the current vaccination protocols will be permitted entry to the ground.
Spectators should carry the proof of vaccination (either the card or in digital form) and should have completed the 2nd vaccination at least 14 days prior to entering the ground.
Ticket counters will be kept open at the RPICS, Colombo and the SLC HQ from 9am to 5pm, daily, for the public to purchase tickets, starting from 5th Dec. Tickets will be issued on 05 price ranges, starting from LKR 300, 1000, 2000, 3000, 5000.
The public also can purchase tickets via online (Bookmyshow.com and Daraz.lk) and collect their tickets at the above-mentioned ticketing counters.
The Lanka Premier League 2021 will commence on the 05th December 2021 at the RPICS, Colombo, with the inaugural game scheduled to be played between Galle and Jaffna starting at 07.30 PM.
The first round of the tournament, which will consist of 20 games will be played at the RPICS, Colombo before it moves into MRICS, Hambantota to proceed with the final round games.
The finals of the League will be played on the 23rd December 2021 at the MRICS, Hambantota, whilst this year’s tournament has 24th December, as a ‘Reserve Day’ dedicated for the finals.
The Lanka Premier League 2021 which is Sri Lanka’s topmost domestic tournament, with an international flavor, will consist of 24 games and will see the participation of topmost domestic and international cricketers.