Fewer than 3,000 tickets are now on general sale for England’s Vitality IT20 against Pakistan at Emerald Headingley, with only single seats remaining for England versus Australia. We are also pleased to announce that hospitality is now on sale for next year’s internationals.

Following two priority windows and the Emerald Headingley Ballot all unsold tickets are now available to purchase on a first come, first served basis.

The ICC Cricket World Cup champions will be looking to keep that white ball feel-good factor for next year’s IT20 series. First up for England at Emerald Headingley will be Australia on Tuesday 7th July (6.30pm start). This will be followed later in the summer on Saturday 29th August (5pm start) with the visit of Pakistan.

A small number of single seats are available for England versus Australia across the stadium. A range of hospitality options are available for this fixture from £250+VAT.

Below is a breakdown of tickets that are still available to purchase (as of 10am Thursday 10th October) for England versus Pakistan. Hospitality options are also available to purchase for this fixture with prices starting at £149+VAT.



England vs Australia
Single seats only

England versus Australia: Waiting List
A limited number of tickets may become available to purchase in the future for this fixture.

If you would like to register your interest in purchasing any tickets that might be placed back on sale, please fill out the below form.

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