With less than a week to go before Yorkshire Vikings take on Lancashire Lightning at Headingley in the Friends Life T20 encounter, on Friday July 5, less than 1,500 tickets remain for the match.
Sections of the 15,000 capacity Headingley have already sold out, including C, D and E of the West Stand, North Stand sections H&J, North East upper and lower and the Main Balcony upper and lower.
With a limited number of tickets still available, fans wishing to be part of the ‘War of the Roses’ need to make sure they buy their ticket in advance or avoid missing out.
“There has been tremendous interest in the match against Lancashire, which is fantastic,” said Yorkshire County Cricket Club Chief Executive Mark Arthur.
“The indications suggest that we will be heading for a sell out at Headingley. The demand for tickets has been unprecedented with fans travel long and far to be part of the derby. We can expect a fervent atmosphere, which makes Headingley a special venue. If you are a sports fan wanting to be part of the match, we are advising to snap up your tickets now or face missing out.
“Matches against Lancashire are always passionate affairs. The players will be relishing the prospect of playing in front of a capacity crowd and representing the Vikings.”
The remaining tickets, priced from £17 adults and £10 concessions, can be purchased online here, via the ticket office hotline 0871 971 1222 or in person at the Ticket Office located on St Michael’s Lane in the Yorkshire Cricket Centre.
If you can’t make it to any of the Friends Life T20 games you can hear ball by ball commentary on Yorkshire Radio – Official Media Partner of YCCC with summary from former Yorkshire Captain Anthony McGrath.
You can listen to Yorkshire Radio on DAB across Yorkshire, Sky Channel 0209, on-line at www.yorkshireradio.net and on free apps for iphone and android smart phones. Plus don’t miss hearing from the squad and management every Monday at 6pm on The Yorkshire Radio Cricket Show.