Emerald Headingley will host the final Vitality Blast fixture of the season between Yorkshire Vikings and Northants Steelbacks on Thursday (6:30pm start). If you’re planning your trip, or want to know how to follow the game, read on!

Match Date

Thursday 29th August

Opening times

Gates will open at 5:00pm (access via both the Kirkstall Lane and St Michael’s Lane turnstiles).

Scheduled hours of play:

First Innings: 6.30pm-7.45pm
Interval: 7.45pm-8.00pm
Second Innings: 8:00pm-9.15pm

Ticket prices

Adult: £19 in advance (£24.00 on the day)

Seniors: £10 in advance (£15.00 on the day)

Students: £10 (Please note students are required to bring a valid student card).

Juniors: £5.00

Club Yorkshire Member: (Adult) £10.00

Club Yorkshire Member: (Concession) £5.00

Family Ticket (2 adults and 2 juniors): £38 in advance (£48.00 on the day)

Buy Tickets

*Family ticket available from the Ticket Office only – Yorkshire Cricket Centre, St Michael’s Lane, Leeds, LS6 3BR or call 0843 504 3099 (Press option 1 – Calls are charged at approximately 5p per minute from a BT landline. Other networks and mobile phones will vary.)

Cash turnstiles will be available at both entrances on the day.

Tickets can be downloaded to your mobile phone, allowing quick access to the ground on your arrival.

The Ticket Office on St Michael’s Lane will be open from 9am until 30 minutes after the close of play of the Yorkshire Vikings game.

When purchasing a ticket you adhere to the ground regulations which can be found here.

Raincheck policy (Please note this policy only cover the Vitality Blast game. No refunds will be given for overs lost in the Kia Super League fixture)

Please only purchase tickets from official Yorkshire site or Ticket Office. Tickets purchased from other sources may not be valid.

Seating

Seating is unallocated around the ground.

Seating is reserved for Members in the East Stand and Trueman Enclosure. A limited number of seats within the ground are reserved for individuals. The Emerald Stand will be open for this fixture.

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.

PASS OUTS

Pass outs will be available 30 minutes after the start of play. Once a pass out has been taken, please expect to join a queue upon re-entry. You will need your match ticket/membership card and the pass out in order to gain entry back into the ground. Pass outs will end 30 minutes after the start of the second innings.

Free WiFi

You can access free WiFi from your seat at Emerald Headingley Cricket Ground, meaning you can keep up to date with all the latest scores and even watch wickets back on Yorkshire’s new ‘Match Centre’. When in the ground, simply connect to YCCCFREE WIFI, follow the on-screen instructions and you’ll be online in seconds.

Club Shop

Yorkshire Cricket Centre (St Michael’s Lane) Opening Hours:

9:00am – Start of play

Western Terrace Shop Opening Hours

5:00pm – Close of play

Two additional shop units will be available, located next to the Kirkstall Lane Shop and behind the East Stand and will be open:

5:00pm – End of the interval

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