Today the “White Ball Fixtures” were announced for the 2021 season.
Vitality Blast returns to the schedule in a 14-game group-stage format with Edgbaston to host Finals Day on 18 September. Royal London Cup returns to the schedule from 22 July with final to be staged at Trent Bridge on 19 August.
All Glamorgan’s home fixtures will be played at Sophia Gardens, Cardiff, a statement from the club is reproduced below the fixture images.
Another piece of news announced today is that last year the Glamorgan live stream received club record numbers with over 587,000 people tuning in to watch our Vitality Blast and County Championship fixtures.
Glamorgan are pleased to say the live stream will be back this season and cover every home game across all three formats.
The club feels this is particularly important with the on-going uncertainty around crowds and the announcement earlier today that we will be unable to play at our out-grounds this season. Members and supporters across Wales and the world will still be able to follow and cheer the side from their homes this summer.
3 March 2021 update – Note Gloucestershire v Glamorgan T20 away fixture shown as 24/06/21 in the table below has been rescheduled to the 26/06/21.
Please see the post on December 17, 2020 for the 2021 County Championship Group Stage Schedule
CLUB STATEMENT: OUT-GROUND CRICKET IN 2021
5 FEB 2021 | CRICKET
It is with regret that the club announces that due to the on-going Covid-19 pandemic, we will be unable to play any domestic matches at our out-grounds this season.
All Glamorgan 1st XI fixtures in 2021 will instead be held at Sophia Gardens, with the first home match of the season starting on 15th April against Sussex in the LV= Insurance County Championship.
Chief Executive, Hugh Morris, said: “We always look forward to our Swansea, Newport and Colwyn Bay fixtures, so it is disappointing we will be unable to play at those venues this year.
“Unfortunately, the pandemic has created a series of challenges the club and our partners feel cannot be met in these uncertain times.
“We would face significant financial costs and logistical issues in running any out-ground cricket in 2021 if, as is likely, some of the current Coronavirus restrictions remain in place.