The following is important information for fans attending the Commonwealth Bank One Day International between Australia and India at the Sydney Cricket Ground on 26 February 2012.

Match Details

Gates Open (Members and Public): 12pm
Play Starts: 2:20pm
Dinner Break: 5:50pm
Second Session: 6:35pm

Please note scheduled times may vary should play be interrupted at any stage.


There are only a limited number of tickets available for this match. To secure your seat we recommend pre-purchasing your tickets through Ticketek


Parking will fill early for this event. Patrons are encouraged to take public transport where possible. Check for the best way to get to the SCG.

Train and Buses

Buses will be running between Central Station (Chalmers Street) and Circular Quay and the SCG on the day of the match.

Buses from Central Station run from 11:30am to 4pm, with return services from 8pm – 11:30pm.

Buses from Circular Quay run from 12pm – 3pm with return services from 9pm – 11pm.


•Entertainment Quarter - Enter via Lang Road - Normal operations and fees

•MP1 - Enter via Driver Avenue - Gold Members and authorised vehicles only - $15 fee

•EP2 - Kippax Lake car park - Enter via Driver Avenue - $20 fee

•EP3 - Opposite Hordern Pavilion - Enter via Driver Avenue - $20 fee

Each car park has designated Disability Permit Holder spots allocated.

STA Bus operations

Go to for bus timetables and maps. Event Shuttle buses will operate from Central Station.

Taxi Rank

Errol Flynn Boulevarde, Entertainment Quarter.

Conditions of Entry

Patrons are not permitted to bring the following items into the Sydney Cricket Ground:


•Alcoholic refreshments

•Illicit drugs

•Glass bottles or breakable containers

•Offensive weapons, including potential missiles

•Laser pointers

•Metal containers, cans

•Skateboards, scooters, rollerblades or bicycles

•Dogs or other pets

•Large eskies (that cannot fit under a grandstand seat)

•Flags over 1m x 1m in size (without the approval of Cricket Australia)

•Professional camera equipment with lenses over 200mm (Cricket Australia / Cricket NSW accredited media excepted)

•Musical instruments, including vuvuzelas (except those registered with Cricket Australia)

•Any item which, as deemed by the Sydney Cricket & Sports Ground Trust, can cause public nuisance or offence to any other user of the venue.

In caring for patron safety we reserve the right to refuse entry to people who are intoxicated and/or disorderly.

No alcohol can be taken from the Sydney Cricket Ground premises.

All persons' movements upon entering the Sydney Cricket Ground premises will be subject to monitoring by closed circuit television.

Persons entering the playing area without authorisation will be prosecuted.

Patrons should be aware that sporting equipment such as footballs or cricket balls may be kicked or struck from the playing field into the seating areas during events. Patrons are advised this can occur at any time.

Patrons choosing to leave valuables on the premises do so at their own risk.

All patrons may be subject to bag searches before entering the venue.

Patrons should note that children must be supervised by an accompanying adult at all times while in the venue. Minors are not permitted near bar areas.


Smoking is prohibited in all seating areas, bars and restaurants in the Sydney Cricket Ground. Smoking areas are available at the rear of all stands.



There are no cloakroom facilities available at the Sydney Cricket Ground.


For information about SCG Members access please visit