Find out all you need to know ahead of the Metro Bank One Day Cup matches at York Cricket Club.
Tuesday 15 August – Yorkshire Vikings vs Surrey
Thursday 17 August – Yorkshire Vikings vs Hampshire
York Cricket Club, Clifton Park, Shipton Road, York, YO30 5RE
Gates open at 9.30am for Members and 9.45am for Non-Members
Seniors (65 and over) and Young adults (17 – 25): £14
Juniors (16 and under): £5
Tickets are available to purchase online by following the below links. We advise those attending to purchase their tickets in advance to reduce queuing time on the day. It will only be possible to pay by card for those paying on the day at the gates.
Ticket holders for the rain affected Yorkshire Vikings vs Lancashire Lightning ODC match at Scarborough on Thursday 3rd August can exchange their ticket on the gate to gain entry.
ACCESS TO THE GROUND
The main entrance to the ground is located next to York Sports Club on Shipton Road. Two queues will be available on the day, a Members’ and a pre-paid ticket queue and a pay on the day queue which will be card only. The gates will open at 9.30am.
Those parking on the rugby fields are able to gain access from the entrance by the rugby stand, located in front of the parking area. The spaces at the front of the rugby field nearest the entrance are reserved for blue badge holders.
Please note that no dogs are allowed in the ground other than guide dogs or assistance dogs.
PARKING AT YORK CRICKET CLUB
There are around 1,000 car park spaces available on the rugby ground at York Sports Club. Car park passes are available for £10 per day. No larger vehicles will be able to park at the ground. The spaces at the front of the rugby field nearest the turnstiles are reserved for blue badge holders.
Please note, there is no on-street parking available around the ground.
A 2,100 seated temporary stand will be installed for these fixture. This will be located square of the wicket, opposite the Pavilion.
We encourage those who are able to bring their own seats to do so. An area behind-the-bowler’s arm has been allocated for those bringing seats. When bringing in your own seat, please stay behind the painted line.
Accessible parking is available to purchase for £10 per day. The spaces at the front of the rugby field nearest the turnstiles are reserved for blue badge holders.
Accessible seating is available outside the pavilion with accessible toilets available in the pavilion and at various locations around the ground.
YORKSHIRE’S RESPECT CAMPAIGN
The Club has launched its Respect campaign for those attending any Yorkshire match at Headingley, Scarborough and York. If you have suffered or witness any anti-social behaviour at tonight’s match, please text the word Respect to 60650. Spectators are able to report this anonymously to a member of the team here at Headingley.
There is no place for anti-social behaviour in cricket or wider society. We hope that you enjoy the game!
RAWCLIFFE BAR PARK AND RIDE
Rawcliffe Bar Park and Ride will be in operation with more information available here.
FOOD AND BEVERAGES
A range of food and drink options are available from the rugby ground end (behind the marquee). Please note that the bars (excluding Pavilion bar) will close 30 minutes after stumps.
Spectators are also able to bring food and drink into the ground. Food and drink allowances are in line with the ground regulations at Headingley which can be found here.
There is a strict no glass policy on all grass and playing surfaces.
As in previous seasons, The Yorkshire County Cricket Club would like spectators to read its ground regulations. These can be found through the following link…
This regulation applies to initial entry into the Ground – once a pass out has been given no alcohol is allowed into the Ground.
Passouts will be given at the discretion of the stewards. Upon re-entering the ground, you must have both your pass out and match ticket. Please note you may be searched on re-entry.
WHAT’S THE MINIMUM AGE FOR A FAN ATTENDING A GAME ALONE?
Minimum age for attending a fixture:
YCCC recognises its responsibility to safeguard the welfare of all children visiting York for these games and has a commitment to practice which protects them. As part of this commitment we have reviewed the minimum age of which a child can attend a game without being accompanied by another individual. This review has involved consultation with other first class counties, Leeds City Council and stakeholders across YCCC.
Our recommendation is that any child under the age of 14 should be accompanied by a responsible adult (defined in law as aged 18 or over) and decisions on entry to the stadium will be based on that age threshold.