Emerald Headingley’s Early Bird offer on international hospitality is coming to an end ahead of what will be a huge summer of cricket.

2019 will be an unforgettable year of international cricket in Yorkshire as Emerald Headingley hosts the Fifth Royal London One Day International between England and Pakistan in May, four ICC Cricket World Cup fixtures in June and July, and the eagerly awaited Third Specsavers Ashes Test Match over the August Bank Holiday weekend.

General admission tickets for days one to three of the Specsavers Ashes Test Match between England and Australia have sold out. Tickets for the ICC Cricket World Cup matches are also now unavailable (excluding Afghanistan versus West Indies), so your best chance to watch two iconic competitions is by joining us for an unforgettable hospitality experience.

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