For many supporters, an international match at Headingley is the first time they’ve visited our brilliant cricket ground. This guide should help answer any queries regarding arriving, ticketing, alcohol and more!
FOOD AND DRINK
You are more than welcome to bring your own food and drink into the ground for the match. Utensils required must be plastic.
Soft drinks must be in plastic sealed containers. No alcohol will be allowed into the ground at any point.
Food and drinks will be available around the ground at various locations and will cater for (almost) all palettes!
For the Royal London One Day International, we will be joined by our partners Black Sheep Brewery and ECB Partners Hardys Wine so look out for their bars in the ‘Headingley Village’ area behind the East Stand.
On-site will also be a Waitrose retail unit, Yorkshire Tea, Aunt Bessies and Jackson’s just to name a few.
Visit the Wensleydale Creamery Stand where Wensleydale will be sampling their range of delicious handcrafted cheeses – including our famous Yorkshire Wensleydale, Yorkshire Wensleydale & Cranberries, and Wensleydale Blue.
Plus, pop along for your chance to win a signed Yorkshire County Cricket Club shirt and bat!
Love their frozen roasties, Yorkshires and great British puds? Well, Aunt Bessie’s been busy in the kitchen making a whole new batch of cakes, too.
Family-owned company Aunt Bessie’s has taken its much-loved brand into the ambient cake aisle with a range of delicious family favourites such as tarts, loaf cakes and sharing cakes. From hand-finished chocolate cake, to sticky ginger cake and a range of tarts and pastries, the new range (currently available in Tesco) aims to revive old family favourites in true Aunt Bessie’s style.
Give the tempting ginger cake a try tomorrow where the Aunt Bessie’s team will be giving out free samples during the day.
No alcohol will be allowed into the ground at any point during international and NatWest T20 Blast matches.
ARRIVING AT HEADINGLEY
Please check your tickets, knowing which block your seats are in ahead of arriving at the ground will save time. If required, you can check this map here.
For blocks A – K you should enter via the Kirkstall Lane entrances for the shortest walk to your seat.
For blocks from N to Y, the St Michael’s Lane entrances will be the shortest walk to your seat.
For the Main Stand (all blocks Z), either side of the ground will allow you a short walk to your seats as it runs across the middle of the ground.