Cricket enthusiasts will have the chance to watch key matches of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024, including the highly anticipated India vs. Pakistan clashes, at nine live sites spanning from New York City to New Delhi.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has unveiled a record-breaking initiative with 16 fan parks across five countries, set to broadcast 23 World Cup matches. This move aims to bring the cricket spectacle to a broader audience than ever before.

These fan parks promise not just live match screenings but a full entertainment package, featuring DJs, food and drink outlets, cricket ambassadors, and family-friendly activities, according to an ICC media release.

In New York City, the iconic Oculus World Trade Center will host 18 matches over 10 dates, including the much-anticipated final on June 29. The World Cup opener between the USA and Canada on June 1 and the high-stakes Australia vs. England and India vs. Pakistan matches on June 8 and June 9, respectively, will also be screened here.

Ten different fan parks will air the Group A showdown between India and Pakistan, with venues including Cedar Creek Park in Seaford, New York, the Indira Gandhi Indoor Arena in New Delhi, and Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium in Pakistan.

Fans in other U.S. locations can catch the action at Epic Central in Grand Prairie, Texas, and Broward County Stadium in Florida. Internationally, the DP World Wanderers Stadium in South Africa and Birmingham’s Edgbaston Cricket Stadium in the UK will also feature the highly anticipated matches, including the India vs. Pakistan game on June 9.

Supported by ICC’s Broadcast Partners, these fan parks will provide live feeds to enhance the viewing experience.

“We are thrilled to bring communities together through the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024 in a record number of fan parks,” said ICC Head of Events, Chris Tetley. “These parks are designed to make the sport more accessible and enjoyable, allowing fans of all ages to experience a T20 World Cup like never before. With 23 matches shown across 16 fan parks in five different countries, the fan parks will help connect more people to the biggest T20 World Cup ever.”