The Yorkshire County Cricket Club’s 2019 Ashes Ballot is now open.

Emerald Headingley will host the Third Specsavers Ashes Test Match between England and Australia from Thursday 22nd to Monday 26th August.

Ashes cricket is truly the pinnacle of the sport, and with Australia currently holding the urn, Joe Root’s side will be desperate to make amends when the series start in England.

To give you the best chance of securing tickets for the 2019 Specsavers Ashes Test Match at Emerald Headingley, enter the below ballot.

Those who enter the ballot are entitled to apply for UP TO FOUR TICKETS per day’s play. Simply specify which day(s) you’d like to attend and where you’d like to sit.


Third Specsavers Ashes Test Match – England vs Australia

Area Of Ground Adult – Days 1 to 3 Junior – Days 1 to 3 Adult – Day 4 Junior – Day 4
Family Stand £60 £20 £50 £20
1863 Enclosure £80 £20 £70 £20
Popular Enclosure £80 n/a £70 n/a
Emerald Stand – Lower Tier £130 £40 £120 £30
Emerald Stand – Upper Tier (Wings) £140 n/a £130 n/a
Emerald Stand – Upper Tier (Middle) £150 n/a £135 n/a
East Stand £90 £30 £80 £20
East Stand Balcony £100 £30 £90 £20
East Stand Long Room (Inside) £85 £20 £75 £20
North East Upper £100 £30 £90 £20
North East Lower £95 £30 £85 £20
Trueman (covered) £100 £30 £90 £20
Trueman (uncovered) £95 £30 £85 £20

Day Five

Tickets for Day Five will go on sale at a future date. These dates will be confirmed in the coming months on and Yorkshire’s newsletter.

Please note, there are no Five Day Passes available for this Test Match.

Ashes Ballot Application Form

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