The 2023 fixtures have been released and the new season is now in sight.
We’ve pulled out some key elements to look out for in 2023, including our array of overseas stars and our first-ever T20 double-header.
1. Three Friday night Blast matches
Not one. Not two. But there are three Vitality Blast Friday night matches to enjoy next season. It’s high-octane stuff and there’s always a raucous atmosphere at Sophia Gardens under the Friday night lights.
First up is Kent Spitfires on Friday, 2nd June, before we face Essex Eagles a week later, and then welcome Sussex Sharks on 23rd June.
Our Vitality Blast Pass is on sale now and you can watch all seven home matches for just £60 at the Early Bird price.
Purchase your Blast Pass HERE.
2. Overseas superstars
Marnus Labuschagne is fresh off yet another Test match hundred and has converted it into a daddy, Michael Neser is in fine form in the Sheffield Shield and Colin Ingram has just enjoyed what is arguably his best year for the Club.
It’s actually quite selfish having all three players on our books at the same time but these prodigious talents will all be available next year to Glamorgan.
Mix in our local talent and it’s set to be another exciting campaign.
3. England vs New Zealand ODI
Don’t miss out on our only International in 2023 as reigning T20 and ODI World Cup holders England take on New Zealand in an ODI on Friday, 8th September.
New Zealand are the number one ranked ODI team in the world, bristling with talent and led by generational cricketer Kane Williamson.
Meanwhile, England are ranked two and playing their Test match against Pakistan like it's an ODI, so imagine how they'll treat this match!
Tickets are currently on general sale and selling fast so buy yours today to avoid disappointment.
Secure your seats HERE.
4. T20 double-header
Glamorgan will play their first-ever double-header at Sophia Gardens along with Western Storm in 2023.
The Welsh county's Vitality Blast match against Surrey on Wednesday, 7th June will be preceded by Western Storm taking on Blaze in Cardiff.
5. Bookended home LV= County Championship matches
We’re starting the 2023 season on a high with back-to-back home LV= County Championship matches against local rivals Gloucestershire (6th April) and Durham (20th April).
Then as we hit the business end of the season in September and are hopefully in the race for promotion to Division One, we host Yorkshire on 10th September and finally Derbyshire on 26th September.
Our 2023 Glamorgan Memberships are available to buy now! Watch record-breakers David Lloyd and Sam Northeast in action, as well as our superstar overseas signings.
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