Headingley will host two IT20s in 2024, with England Women taking on Pakistan on Sunday 19 May, before the men’s teams go head-to head on Wednesday 22 May (evening). Later in the year, England will take on Australia in an ODI on Saturday 21 September.
Heather Knight’s England will return to Headingley for the first time since 2018, with a star-studded line-up that is sure to put on a show for the crowd.
Babar Azam’s highly talented Pakistan side will be looking to get their revenge from the 2021 IT20 at Headingley, when Jos Buttler’s England claimed the victory on a day when Liam Livingstone cleared the Howard Stand with a huge six.
Later in the summer, the Ashes rivalry returns with two of the world’s best sides going head-to-head to claim the bragging rights.
Tickets will be in high demand, with supporters able to purchase them in the following order:
- 2023 Yorkshire All-In members and those with the 2024 international ticket priority benefit – Opens Wednesday 30 August
- Ballot entrants (you can pre-register below) – Friday 29 September
- General sale – TBC
To guarantee that you are able to secure tickets, you can purchase 2024 international ticket priority for £35. This will enable you to purchase up to six tickets per day of international cricket in the first priority window. This can be purchased via the below link:
Alternatively you can pre-register for the ballot via the below form and we will be in touch when the ballot opens for sign ups on Wednesday 30 August.
Stephen Vaughan, the Chief Executive Officer for Yorkshire County Cricket Club , said: “This is massive news for Headingley, Leeds and Yorkshire bringing world class cricket to fans and Members who love the unique Headingley atmosphere.
“After attracting record ticket sales this summer we are delighted the England Women’s team will kick off our international fixtures at Headingley.
“These are three fantastic international fixtures to look forward to and Headingley will be packed to the rafters for them all.
“Fixtures like this don’t come around too often, and we know that the Yorkshire public will be keen to produce the unique welcome that our international sides get here at Headingley and will be looking forward to seeing the stars from the Women’s and Men’s Pakistan sides and the Men’s Australia team here.
“We also appreciate how important these games are to the city and county, so it’s great to be able to continue to strengthen the role we play in promoting the continued growth of the game in the region and globally.”