Coca-Cola to host free cricket watch party at Citi Field June 9

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Coca-Cola, local bottler Liberty Coca-Cola Beverages and Citi Field have partnered to host a free watch party of the upcoming ICC Men’s T20 Cricket World Cup 2024 at the stadium on Sunday, June 9. The match is set to be broadcast on the stadium’s video board, which is the largest among all MLB stadiums.

Rivals India and Pakistan are set to face off in a sold-out group-stage match at Eisenhower Park on Long Island as part of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024. With such high demand in the area to see this cricket match, the Coca-Cola Cricket Watch Party will allow fans to watch the match while also enjoying the best-ranked MLB stadium food.

“We’re excited to join with Coca-Cola to host this special watch party for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup match at Citi Field,” Vice President of Mets Events Nikki Romolo said. “We’re always looking for new ways to branch out and open our stadium for our fans to enjoy and we hope many take advantage by attending this great event.”

Attendees will watch the cricket match on the largest video board in Major League Baseball while enjoying the best food that an MLB stadium has to offer. They will also be able to sit and interact with fellow fans.

“Liberty Coca-Cola Beverages is proud to support the diverse communities we serve every day and joining with the Mets to provide this incredible experience,” Liberty Coca-Cola Beverages Vice President of Public Affairs and Communications Mayra Linares-Garcia said. “We want to bring together family, friends and neighbors to share these experiences, enjoying special moments together.”

Fans can get free tickets to this event at Mets.com/Cricket. Parking lots open at 8:30 a.m., and the ballpark gates open at 9 a.m. The match between India and Pakistan is scheduled to start at 10:30 a.m.

Parking at Citi Field will be $40 for the event. The event is subject to cancellation at the sole discretion of Citi Field. In the event of a cancellation, those with tickets will receive emails notifying them.