The Ticket Office at Headingley Cricket Ground is located on St Michael’s Lane. The office is open Monday to Friday, 9am until 5pm and is closed on Bank Holidays. Please check the matchday guide ahead of each game for updated opening times on matchdays.
Tickets and memberships can be purchased online here.
The Club Shop at Headingley is located next to the Ticket Office on St Michael’s Lane. Its standard opening hours are 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday. It is closed on Bank Holidays.
On matchdays, the Club will open a shop behind the Western Terrace and on some occasions other pop-up shops within the ground. For the latest opening hours, please check the matchday guide on the news section of the Club’s website.
The Club uses a number of different car parks dependent on the match and car park availability which are available to book in advance. Please find availability below…
Test Match and One Day International
Becketts Park – Park and Stride – £10
Please note, Car Park K is not available for these fixtures
Car Park K (Limited availability – First come, first served) – £10
*Please note, this excludes any televised matches, including Yorkshire Vikings vs Lancashire Lightning
Car Park F – £5
Royal London Cup at York
Rugby pitches at the ground – £10
A buggie service will be in operation for Vitality Blast matches (car parks F) and international matches (car park F).
Car Park F postcode = LS6 3BW
Car Park K postcode = LS4 2RS
For those wishing to book a car parking space in advance, please ring the Ticket Office on 0344 504 3099 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tickets for accessible areas are only available to purchase through the Ticket Office by calling 0113 2033 631 (weekdays 9am to 5pm).
Accessible parking is available to purchase in advance by contacting the Club on email@example.com or by ringing 0344 504 3099.
Accessible parking for the majority of our fixtures will be in Car Park F, which is located on St Michael’s Lane.
Accessible seating can be found in the East Stand, East Stand Long Room, North East Lower, Trueman Enclosure, Block A of the Western Terrace and both the upper and lower seating of the Howard Suite.
There are accessible toilets located in every stand of the ground. All of our accessible toilets are locked with radar keys that are available from the nearest steward. Please refer to the map below for more information.
Changing Place facility
We have a changing place facility in the Howard Stand in the South side of the ground. Our facility includes:
• Radar Key accessible via the nearest steward/stand supervisor
• Grab rails by the toilet and sink
• Mounted flushing lever
• Full-length mirror
• Emergency assistance alarm fitted to floor level
• Hoist (please bring your own sling)
• Shower and shower curtain
• Non-slip floor
• Sanitation bins
The nearest turnstiles to access this stand is on St Michael’s Lane.
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 0344 5043099.
The Club’s Multi-Faith room is located at the entrance of the East Stand which is easily accessed from the St Michael’s Lane turnstiles.
Please remove your shoes when entering the facility. Foot baths are available, please bring your own sliders. There are two separate facilities available.
We recommend that you bring anything that you require to fulfil your reflective time in our multi-faith space.
East is indicated on the ceiling.
The room is available to people of all faiths, please respect everyone when using these facilities.
If you have any further questions on a matchday, our stewards at the entrance of the East Stand will be more than happy to assist.
Food and beverage options
There will be a range of options available to supporters, dependent on the game. For the latest information on the available foods and outlets that are open, please visit the Pre-match guide that will be available on www.yorkshireccc.com in the week leading up to each game.
All bars will serve low alcohol options. 0% San Miguel, alcohol-free and gluten-free beer will also be available. Mocktails will also be available around the ground for major matches.
For major matches, there will be alcohol-free bars available. The location of these will be noted in the pre-match guide ahead of each fixture.
Water fountains will be available around the ground for those wishing to refill their bottles throughout the game.
Transport and travel
We look forward to welcoming you to Headingley for your visit and want to ensure you have the best experience possible here. These pages include lots of information for how to get to Headingley. Click on one of the below tabs for your mode of transport.
Bike racks are available at the ground and bicycles are left at the owner’s discretion.
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Other considerations ahead of your visit
Please do not enter the field of play
Unauthorised persons are strictly forbidden from entering upon the field of play unless advised to do so in an emergency. Individuals entering upon the field of play without permission will be subject to prosecution.
Please consider the weather
Spectators are urged to consider the weather forecast before making their journey to Headingley. As Headingley is an open air stadium, consideration must be given to sheltering from the rain.
We encourage spectators to consider all weather conditions by bringing an umbrella, sun cream and their own bottled water.
From April 2021, Headingley Stadium’s catering and retail outlets have operated as cashless to ensure that transactions are faster, safe, and secure.
Scorebooks are available to purchase from the Club Shop on St Michaels Lane.
The Yorkshire Cricket Foundation will be selling scorecards for £1 each from the museum in the East Stand.
Prams and Pushchairs
Prams and pushchairs can be stored at Headingley Stadium in the cycle racks at certain areas of the ground. Prams and push chairs are left at the owners discretion.
What’s the minimum age for a fan attending a game on their own?
YCCC recognises its responsibility to safeguard the welfare of all children visiting Emerald Headingley Cricket Ground and has a commitment to practice which protects them. As part of this commitment we have reviewed the minimum age of which a child can attend a game without being accompanied by another individual. This review has involved consultation with other first class counties, Leeds City Council and stakeholders across YCCC.
Our recommendation is that any child under the age of 14 should be accompanied by a responsible adult (defined in law as aged 18 or over) and decisions on entry to the stadium will be based on that age threshold.