Cricket season 2022

20 Jan 2022
Three Adelaide Strikers players on a blue background

Adelaide Oval will be hosting stacks of summer cricket in 2022. Leave the car at home and catch Adelaide Metro to and from your next Adelaide Oval match.

Plan your journey to Adelaide Oval

Use the journey planner on our home page (use Adelaide Oval as the destination) to see your best options for getting to the match.

Free travel

You need to have a valid cricket ticket to catch regular Adelaide Metro buses, trains or trams for free. Check what time free travel starts for the match you're attending.

Next match

Commonwealth Bank Women's Ashes T20I

  • Thursday 20 January 2022
  • 6:40pm- 9:40pm
  • Free travel from 3:30pm

Road closures

War Memorial Drive between King William Road and pedestrian footbridge - 25km zone - 11:30am-5:30pm

Bus stop changes

N/A

Passenger drop-off

There is space for up to 13 vehicles to drop-off passengers on the oval side of Pennington Tce, near King William Road.

Taxi ranks

  • King William Road – oval side of the road, along the parklands
  • Pennington Terrace – both sides of the road, between King William Rd and the main car park entry
  • Montefiore Road – oval side of the road, along the parklands
  • War Memorial Drive – between Montefiore and King William roads – access taxis only

Future matches

Date Match times Match details Public transport

Thursday 20 January 2022

6:40-9:40pm

Commonwealth Bank Women's Ashes T20I

Australia v England

  • Free travel from 3:30pm

Saturday 22 January 2022

1:40pm-4:40pm

Commonwealth Bank Women's Ashes T20II

Australia v England

  • Free travel all day

Sunday 23 January 2022

1:40pm-4:40pm

Commonwealth Bank Women's Ashes Ashes T20III

Australia v England

  • Free travel all day

Friday 18 February 2022

6:40-9:50pm

Dettol Men's T20I Series

Australia v Sri Lanka

Will be confirmed closer to the date

COVID-19 precautions

Every effort will be made to provide additional capacity on bus, train and tram services and we ask customers to be patient and maintain physical distancing as much as possible.

Please avoid travelling on public transport if you are not feeling well.

Customers also need to exercise judgement as to how they travel and act in accordance with health advice: wear a face mask, practice hygiene measures, cough into tissues or the crook of your arm, and use alcohol-based hand sanitiser and wash your hands with soap frequently. Find out more about using Adelaide Metro services during COVID-19.

Adelaide Oval has its own COVID-safe measures, which you should make sure you're familiar with before you go to the cricket.