The ICC Cricket World Cup is here, and Headingley will be hosting four games across June and July.

For those attending one of the four games, the ICC have pulled together a fantastic match guide. This includes information on the venue, how to get to Headingley, and what’s happening in Leeds over this period.

Below are the games that will take place at Headingley…

Friday 21 June – England v Sri Lanka – 10.30am start
Saturday 29 June – Pakistan v Afghanistan – 10.30am start
Thursday 4 July – Afghanistan v West Indies – 10.30am start
Saturday 6 July – Sri Lanka v India – 10.30am start






There are currently a small number of tickets available for the following games…

Afghanistan v West Indies

To see what areas are available or purchase your tickets, please follow the below link. This link will redirect you to the ICC Cricket World Cup ticketing page.


Please note, all ticket sales are processed by the ICC Cricket World Cup. The Yorkshire County Cricket Club are unable to sell any tickets through its channels as this is an ICC event. If you have any ticket queries, please contact [email protected]


There is a limited number of hospitality places available across all four fixtures. If you would like to enquire about any of our packages, please contact our Hospitality Team on 0113 2033 633 or email [email protected].

Please note, we are unable to process any further hospitality transactions after the following dates

Sri Lanka v India – cut-off date for hospitality sales = 5pm (GMT) on Tuesday 4th June


Leeds will be hosting an ICC Cricket World Cup Fanzone at Millennium Square on Friday 21st to Sunday 23rd June.

The Fanzone is free to enter and will broadcast three live matches on the big screen, including England vs Sri Lanka at Headingley on Friday 21st June. On Saturday, the India vs Afghanistan and West Indies vs New Zealand will be screen, as well as Pakistan vs South Africa on the Sunday.

Over the three days, a wide range of free activities will take place for all the family, including live performances, street cricket, and a range of bowling and batting games. Food and drink will also be available to purchase at Millennium Square for those taking in the games or activities.

Whether you love cricket or are new to the game, the Fanzone is perfect for a fun-filled family day out.


If you are unable to make the ICC Cricket World Cup this summer, there are plenty of other matches to choose from at Headingley.

Yorkshire Vikings return to T20 action on Friday 19th July when they take on Notts Outlaws at Headingley. Follow the link below to see what other matches are taking place in July and August.

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