Emerald Headingley stages the Fifth Royal London One-Day International between England and Pakistan on Sunday.

Here is all the information you will require to ensure you have a great time at Emerald Headingley.

Match dates:

Sunday 19th May 2019

MATCHDAY INFORMATION

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Ground regulations

Ticket Information

Tickets are available to purchase in certain areas of the ground, and start from just £50 for adults and £20 for juniors. We would encourage supporters to purchase tickets in advance via the below link, or calling the ticket office on 0843 504 3099*

*Calls are charged between 1p and 13p per minute for landline customers. Calls from mobile phones may vary.

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If play is affected by bad weather, please read our rain check policy.

Ticket office opening hours

Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.

Matchdays : 8:00am – 30 minutes after the end of play

Ticket collections will be inside the Cricket Centre nets.

All tickets sales on the day will be from the Ticket Office only.

Mobile tickets are available for this game. We advise anyone purchasing tickets to use one of these options to avoid any queues.

Watch: Your Emerald Headingley Matchday guide

Gates:

Gates will open at 9:00am.

Passouts

Passouts will be available from 11:30am, distributed by the gate stewards. Upon re-entering the stadium, you must have both your pass out and match ticket. Please note you may be searched on re-entry.

Emerald Stand

The Emerald Stand will be open for the Royal London One Day International. Bars will be available on the First Floor concourse and upper tier. For supporters sitting in the Upper tier, please go up to the top of the stairs/lift when in the stand. You will then be able to locate your seat from the concourse at the top of the Upper tier.

Searches

Supporters may be searched before they are allowed access to the venue. If you or your bag aren’t searched that doesn’t mean the stewards are not doing their job – searchers are just one component of the security measures in place.

Please keep the number of personal belongings you bring to an absolute minimum – any items you bring will slow your entry & may also prevent your entry to the venue.

Flags and musical instruments

It will be permitted to bring flags into the ground if they have the fire safety certificate that comes with it. All musical instruments, unless authorised by Yorkshire County Cricket Club, will NOT be permitted. Please note that any items not permitted into the ground will be confiscated at the gates.

Hours of play:

First innings: 11:00am-2:30pm
Interval: 2:30-3:15pm
Second innings: 3:15-6:45pm

First Bus – Shuttle Service

If you’re travelling from Leeds Train Station to Emerald Headingley, you can catch a shuttle bus direct to the ground with First Bus.

Service Number: R66

Outbound bus stop: Outside the front entrance of Leeds Railway Station, across the road and down the subway to Bishopsgate Street bus stop. Stop number Z1, 45011026.

Return bus stop: Directly outside Carnegie Pavilion on Kirkstall Lane. Stop number 45011290

Timings: The first bus will depart Leeds Train Station at 9:30am, with the final bus at 11:10am. The return journey may vary with the first bus departing ten minutes after the close of play.

Fares

Download the First Bus App for cheaper prepaid tickets and to speed up boarding time!

  • £3 return for adults when bought on First Bus app or £3.50 on bus.
  • £1.50 for children when bought on First Bus app or £2 on bus.
  • £2 adult single, £1 child’s single only available on journeys from Headingley.

Beckett’s Park – Park and Stride:

Anyone wishing to drive to Emerald Headingley is advised to park at Leeds City Council’s ‘Park and Stride’ located at Beckett Park. It’s a casual 15 minute stroll through Headingley.

The route is clearly signposted. Prices are £10 for a cars. Postcode: LS6 3PW

MULTIFAITH ROOM

There is a multi-faith room available to spectators in the East Stand for this fixture.

Where can I eat/drink?

There will be a range of concession units available around the ground selling a variety of food and drink including:

Behind the Western Terrace:

  • Street Kitchen (Vegan options available)
  • Southern Fried Chicken (Halal options available)
  • Carvery
  • Fish and Chips (Gluten-free options available)
  • Scampi and Fries
  • Pizza
  • BBQ Chicken Skewers (Gluten-free options available)
  • Ice cream
  • Coffee
  • Bars

Behind the Family Stand (Block I):

  • Philly Cheese Steak
  • Indian Street Food (Vegan options available)
  • Fallaful (Vegetarian options available)

Behind the North-East Scoreboard:

  • Street Kitchen (Vegan options available)
  • Waffles
  • Ice cream
  • Gintopia

East Stand Long Room:

The East Stand Long Room will be serving a range of hot and cold food options, and the bar will be open. Access is only for East Stand ticket holders and Yorkshire CCC Members.

Extentia Cafe:

Extentia Cafe, located in the Extentia Stand of the rugby ground (past the Leeds Rugby shop) will be open for supporters serving a range of hot and cold food throughout the day.

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