Only hospitality remains for England’s T20I versus Pakistan in August at Emerald Headingley as tickets have now sold out.

England will take on Pakistan in the First T20I on Saturday 29th August (5pm start) and there are some great hospitality options on sale for this fixture, including several premium seats located on the Emerald Stand Balcony.

A limited number of hospitality options in the Headingley Pavilion, East Stand Boxes and Emerald Stand Boxes are available for the Third T20I between England and Australia on Tuesday 7th July (6.30pm start) after tickets sold out following last October’s ballot.

Mark Arthur, The Yorkshire County Cricket Club Chief Executive said: “We are absolutely delighted to have sold out both internationals ahead of the 2020 season. There was a huge appetite for Australia tickets after they went on sale and hospitality is close to selling out for this game.

“This summer will be the first time that Emerald Headingley will host international T20 fixtures, but the opponents are familiar ones. Matches against Pakistan and Australia always produce fantastic performance and atmospheres, and we believe that these encounters will be no different.

“The initial sales for The Hundred have been positive and we have had record sign-ups for the Lancashire T20 priority window. Cricket in Yorkshire is in rude health and we are looking forward to what will be another fantastic summer for the sport.”

PREMIUM SEATS & HOSPITALITY OPTIONS

To find out more on what hospitality options are available for the T20Is, please contact the Hospitality Team on 0113 2033 633 or email [email protected]

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