Domestic fixtures for 2022 have today been released with Yorkshire getting the season underway with their traditional curtain-raiser against Leeds Bradford UCCE at Weetwood starting Saturday 2 April.
Steve Patterson’s men get their 2022 LV= Insurance County Championship campaign underway with away trips to Bristol and Northampton, before making their season bow in front of the Headingley faithful against Kent starting Thursday 28 April.
Lancashire are the next visitors to Headingley on Thursday 12 May before the Vitality Blast begins with Worcestershire the visitors on Wednesday 25 May. This marks the start of an action-packed fortnight of T20 cricket with the first Roses clash of the season taking place two days later as David Willey’s Vikings travel over the Pennines.
A string of home fixtures then take place with Leicestershire Foxes the visitors on Sunday 29 May, forming half of a double header with Northern Diamonds vs Lancashire-based Thunder in their battle for the North. Derbyshire Falcons visit the following Tuesday before local rivals Durham take to the Headingley field on Friday 3 June.
The fifth home T20 takes place on Monday 6 June as Notts Outlaws visit before the highly anticipated Roses clash takes place on Wednesday 8 June, with a sell-out crowd expected for the first time since 2019 having been heavily disrupted by Covid-19 over the last two seasons.
Yorkshire then spend the next three weeks on the road with away fixtures in both the LV= Insurance County Championship and Vitality Blast, before returning to Headingley for their final home group T20 against Birmingham Bears on Friday 1 July.
The Vikings play their final group game away at Leicestershire on Sunday July 3 before the knockout phase of the competition begins later that week.
The two County Championship fixtures scheduled for Scarborough take place from Monday 11 July and Monday 25 July, with Surrey and Hampshire the opponents. These fixtures, which will be the first dates in many cricket supporters’ diaries, fall either side of Vitality Blast finals day at Edgbaston on Saturday 16 July and an away Championship trip to Somerset.
The Royal London Cup gets underway with two fixtures at York on Tuesday 2 August and Thursday 4 August as Northamptonshire and Lancashire visit, followed by a fixture against Worcestershire at Scarborough on Sunday 7 August.
The Vikings then play the next four games away from home before taking on Hampshire in the final group game at Scarborough on Tuesday 23 August.
The knockout stages are scheduled from Friday 26 August until Tuesday 30 August before the Championship returns with Yorkshire taking on Lancashire at Old Trafford from Monday 5 September.
Essex visit Headingley from Monday 12 September, with the Royal London Cup final scheduled to take place at Trent Bridge the following Saturday. The penultimate four-day fixture sees Yorkshire take on Surrey at the Oval starting Tuesday 20 September before closing the season at Headingley with a Championship game against Gloucestershire starting Monday 26 September.
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Yorkshire CCC members & T20 Season Ticket holders – Reserve your Roses seat from Monday
Yorkshire CCC members and T20 Season Ticket holders will be able to book their seats for the 2022 Vitality Blast fixture between Yorkshire Vikings and Lancashire Lightning at Headingley from Monday 24 January. The fixture, which has seen sold out crowds for each of the last eight seasons when no crowd restrictions were in place, will take place on Wednesday 8 June.
All 2022 Members and T20 Season Ticket holders will be contacted via email with information as to how to book their seats on Monday.
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With a long history of sell-out crowds for the Yorkshire Vikings vs Lancashire Lightning fixture at Headingley, the best chance of securing tickets is via a Yorkshire membership or entering the ballot.
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