The Royal London One Day International between England and South Africa on Sunday 24 July will be played in front of a full house at Headingley.

General admission seating sold out just weeks after going on sale in October, with the final Premium Experiences places being snapped up in the last week.

The game is set to see Jos Buttler’s England take on Keshav Maharaj’s South Africa and will be televised live on Sky Sports, with radio coverage from BBC Test Match Special.

Supporters who have purchased a ticket, either general admission or Premium Experience, will have priority access to tickets for next year’s Ashes Test at Headingley. The Club will be in contact with all ticket purchasers later in the summer with more information.

If you are interested in securing your place in our Premium Experiences for the Ashes next year, register your interest below and secure priority access ahead of general sale.

You can also still secure Premium Experiences packages for any of the four games in this summer’s edition of The Hundred at Headingley, although there is now limited availability across the games. Prices start from just £187.


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