The 2024 domestic fixtures have been revealed with Glamorgan starting their County Championship campaign with a trip to the home of cricket, Lord's, on 5th April before hosting a mouth-watering encounter against Derbyshire as their first home fixture on Friday, 12th April.
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Following a further five red-ball matches across April and May, the Welsh county enters Vitality Blast action.
Vitality Blast runs from May until early July with Glamorgan kicking off their T20 campaign at home against a star-studded Surrey side on Friday, 31st May.
Across the seven games at Sophia Gardens, three are being played on Friday nights, while there are two Sunday fixtures and two Thursday night matches.
The marquee fixtures to look out for are the Battle of the Bridge against Gloucestershire on 20th June as part of Rivals Week, and the Friday Finale against Somerset on 19th July.
The Welsh county's match against Hampshire Hawks on 13th June will be preceded by Western Storm taking on Manchester-based Thunder in Cardiff in a double-header.
Western Storm will also play at Sophia Gardens in the Rachel Heyhoe Flint Trophy on Saturday, 20th April.
The cricket then moves straight into the Metro One-Day Cup, which begins with a home fixture at Sophia Gardens against local rivals Gloucestershire on 25th July.
Glamorgan are delighted to announce that they will once again play two fixtures at Neath Cricket Club against Notts Outlaws and Sussex Sharks on 31st July and 2nd August.
The group stages will finish at Sophia Gardens against Yorkshire on 15th August.
Following this, the season enters the final stretch of County Championship home fixtures, finishing at home against Gloucestershire on 26th September, with the Battle of the Bridge taking place across all three formats this season.
T20 Finals Day and the Final of the Metro Bank One-day Cup will take place as part of Super September.
Speaking on the fixture announcements, Dan Cherry, Head of Operations, said: “It’s looking like another action-packed season of domestic cricket, with plenty for our Members and Supporters to look forward to.
“It’s particularly pleasing to have such an intriguing opener to our County Championship campaign at home, hopefully putting us in good stead for the rest of the competition, while we have a very exciting Vitality Blast schedule with action-packed fixtures across the board.
“It is sure to be another exciting season and we cannot wait to get started.”