General admission tickets for the Royal London ODI between England and South Africa at Emerald Headingley on Sunday 24 July have sold out, with our Premium Experiences now your only option for the game.

Following hugely popular priority windows over the last month, the final general admission tickets were purchased on day one of General Sale yesterday. Those still seeking to watch the game live from Emerald Headingley can register now for priority access to our re-branded Premium Experiences, offering the ultimate in spectator experience. Whether simply wanting to enjoy the game with family and friends, celebrate a special occasion or entertain clients with your business, we’ve got the experience for you. For more information and to register for priority access, click on the below link.

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Join the waiting list for ODI tickets

Occasionally a small number of tickets for the fixture will be released, if you would like to be notified when any seats are released please enter your details below.

Secure Test Match tickets before it’s too late!

Tickets have proved very popular for the England vs New Zealand Test Match that starts at Emerald Headingley on Thursday 23 June, with days two and three already closing in on sell outs. To avoid missing out, we recommend that you secure your tickets now.

England vs New Zealand Day One – Thursday 23 June

Tickets have already sold out in the North East Stands and Trueman Enclosure. There is good availability in the rest of the ground.


England vs New Zealand Day Two – Friday 24 June

Limited tickets remain in the Community Stand (Block I) and in the Emerald Stand.


England vs New Zealand Day Three – Saturday 25 June

Limited tickets remain in the Community Stand (Block I) and in the Emerald Stand.


England vs New Zealand Day Four – Sunday 26 June

There is good availability around the ground.


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