San Francisco Unicorns Announce Schedule and Ticket Availability for Inaugural Major League Cricket Season

  • The inaugural Major League Cricket (MLC) season will begin on July 13, with the first of the Unicorns’ five matches on July 14.
  • Matches will take place at MLC’s new Grand Prairie Stadium in Grand Prairie, TX, and Church Street Park in Morrisville, NC, and will be played in the fast-paced T20 format.
  • Tickets for all matches are available now at

SAN FRANCISCO, Ca. (June 13, 2023) — The San Francisco Unicorns, one of six teams in the newly-founded Major League Cricket (MLC), has announced its schedule and ticketing information ahead of the historic inaugural season.

The five-match schedule will kick off on July 14 against MI New York at the league’s newly-constructed venue, Grand Prairie Stadium, in Grand Prairie, TX. The final two games will move the team east to Church Street Park in Morrisville, North Carolina. Playoffs and the Championship Game will take place at Grand Prairie Stadium.

Tickets for the San Francisco Unicorns and all MLC matches are available for purchase now at

The Unicorns roster features world-renowned cricket stars, including 2019 Cricket World Cup champion Liam Plunkett and highly accomplished United States National Cricket Team batting all-rounder Corey Anderson, along with international stars Aaron Finch, Marcus Stoinis, Lungi Ngidi, and more.

Opponents in the widely-anticipated MLC season include the Seattle Orcas, Los Angeles Knight Riders, Washington Freedom, and the Texas Super Kings—all featuring impressive international and U.S.-based cricket superstars.

All six teams in the league will vie for the title of inaugural season champion, to be crowned in the Championship Game on Sunday, July 30.

“Our historic first-ever season is just weeks away, and we can’t wait for the first ball against MI New York,” said San Francisco Unicorns co-owner Anand Rajaraman.

“The announcement of our schedule is a huge milestone for our team, and the Unicorns will be ready for action in Texas and North Carolina this summer,” added San Francisco Unicorns co-owner Venky Harinarayan.