Here is all of the information ahead of your visit to watch the LV= Insurance County Championship match between Yorkshire and Warwickshire at Emerald Headingley starting on Sunday.
9am – Access via both Kirkstall Lane and St Michaels Lane
Hours of Play
The scheduled hours of play are as follows, but please listen for announcements of any adjustments to these timings on the day.
10.30 – Start of play
12.30 – 13:10 Lunch
15:10 – 15:30 (or when 32 overs remain in the day) – Tea
17.30 – Scheduled Close of Play
Tickets are available to purchase in advance via the below link.
There will also be one cash turnstile available on each side of the ground, but we would recommend securing tickets before you attend to speed up entry.
If you have been instructed to self isolate and/or have produced a positive Covid-19 tests, please do not make the journey to attend the match. We encourage all spectators to take a lateral flow test 24 hours before attending a day’s play at Emerald Headingley.
There are many ways to get to Emerald Headingley. If travelling by public transport, we ask that spectators follow all public transport guidelines and sanitise their hands regularly.
Bike racks are available at the ground and bicycles are left at the owner’s discretion.
For those who don’t wish to take public transport, parking is available in Car Park F. Parking will be charged at £5 per car and will be available on each day on a first come, first served basis. It can also be purchased in advance by contacting the Ticket Office on [email protected] before 5pm on Thursday.
IN THE EVENT OF INCLEMENT WEATHER
Spectators are urged to consider the weather forecast before making their journey to Emerald Headingley. As Emerald Headingley is an open air stadium, consideration must be given to sheltering from the rain.
We encourage spectators to consider all weather conditions by bringing an umbrella, sun cream and their own bottled water.
Follow the link below for the most up-to-date weather information in Headingley.
ENTERING THE GROUND
When entering the ground, we ask that all spectators have their tickets to hand. This is to ensure that there are fewer queues at the turnstiles.