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!
GETTING TO HEADINGLEY
Please read our in depth guide to arriving at Headingley by clicking here
On international match days, Leeds Council operate a Park & Ride facility at Beckett’s Park, approximately a 10 minute walk from the Kirkstall Lane end of the ground. There is also a shuttle bus that will run approximately every 10 minutes.
The postcode for Beckett’s Park, Park & Ride is LS6 3PZ although it will also be signposted from Headingley. The stadium is signposted from all routes.
For Blue Badge holders or those requiring disabled parking, we recommend utilising the Beckett’s Park, Park & Ride scheme. They are well adapted to cater for less abled supporters and have staff able to assist wherever they can, both at the park and on the buses as well as at the gates. Their shuttle buses will drop directly outside the gates.
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.
FOOD AND DRINK
You are more than welcome to bring your own food and drink into the ground for the match. All food you would like to bring must be in plastic, sealed packaging and any utensils required must also be plastic.
Soft drinks must be in plastic containers also. 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 Investec Test Match, England v Sri Lanka we will be joined by our partners Black Sheep Brewery and ECB artners Hardys Wine so look out for their bars in the ‘Headingley Village’ area behind the East Stand.
No alcohol will be allowed into the ground at any point during international and NatWest T20 Blast matches.