The Yorkshire County Cricket Club can confirm that prices will be frozen on 2022 memberships for anyone that holds a 2021 membership.

Announced at Saturday’s Annual General Meeting, membership prices will be raised in 2022 for those who are not a member this year. It is hoped that a full season with spectators in attendance will be possible next summer, and 2022 members will also receive priority access to tickets for 2023 Ashes Test Match at Emerald Headingley.

Following the government unveiling their roadmap for the country’s way out of lockdown, the opening three LV= County Championship games of this season will be played behind-closed-doors. From 17 May, the Club are looking forward to welcoming a limited number of spectators into the ground, with Yorkshire Members and T20 Season Ticket holders having first priority to these games. The Club will be communicating to Members in the coming weeks with information about how they can book their seats for the games where restrictions are in place.


Given the delay to spectators being able to attend, and the Club’s desire to provide the most up-to-date information, Members’ packs are not likely to land on doorsteps until the last week in April.

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