Here is all of the information ahead of your visit to watch the LV= Insurance County Championship game between Yorkshire and Worcestershire at Headingley starting on Tuesday 26th September.

Gates opening

9.00am – Access via the St Michael’s Lane and Kirkstall Lane entrances.

Hours of play

These are scheduled as follows:

Start of play – 10.30
Lunch – 12.30 – 13:10
Tea – 15:10 – 15.40 (or when 32 overs remain in the day)
Scheduled Close of Play – 17.30

Please listen out for announcements of any adjustments to these timings on the day.

EGM and Member’s Forum

The Club will be holding an EGM on the morning of Day 3, Thursday 28th September.

Members will be able to access the ground from 8.30am ahead of a 9am start. The Club encourages all members planning to attend to arrive in good time to allow for a prompt start.

The last Members Forum of the season will follow after the business of the EGM has concluded, where senior representatives from the Club will be in attendance.

Memberships and Tickets

For members who selected a half County Championship option, please note you can book your tickets for any days play you intend to attend via your online account, by contacting the Ticket Office or by visiting the Ticket Office on the morning.

Tickets for this fixture can be purchased in advance via the below link, or on the day from the turnstiles. Please note payments are by card only.


The Ticket Office on St Michael’s Lane will be open from 9am until 5pm on each day of the game.

2024 Membership

Yorkshire’s 2024 Membership’s will be unveiled on Tuesday 26th September. Members of the Club’s executive team will be stationed in the Long Room from 9.30am to present the new offering and to take questions.

During the lunch break on each day’s play, members of the Club’s executive will also be available in the Long Room to take questions and talk to Members.

Transport and Travel


Yorkshire County Cricket Club
Headingley Stadium

We look forward to welcoming you to Headingley for your visit and want to ensure you have the best experience possible here. This page include a variety of information on how to get to Headingley. Click on one of the below tabs for your mode of transport.


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.

Headingley is in a residential area. We ask spectators to be mindful of this and not park across driveways.

Please note, parking on the day is available to purchase by card only.


Accessible parking

Accessible parking is available for season pass holders in Car Park A. Car Park F will be available for pay on the day, priced at £5 per car.

All our information can be found here:


Changing Place facility

We have a changing place facility in the Howard Stand in the South side of the ground. Our facility includes:

  • Radar Key accessible. If you don’t have one, the nearest steward can provide you with one.
    • Grab rails by the toilet and sink
    • Mounted flushing lever
    • Backrest
    • Full-length mirror
    • Emergency assistance alarm fitted to floor level
    • Bench
    • Hoist (please bring your own sling)
    • Shower and shower curtain
    • Non-slip floor
    • Sanitation bins

Spectators should bring their own sling and radar key.

The nearest turnstiles to access this stand are on St Michael’s Lane.


The Western Terrace will be closed for this fixture. Seating in the East Stand and Trueman Enclosure are reserved for members only.

Long Room Access

All Yorkshire CCC members will be able to access the Long Room


The Club Shop on St Michael’s Lane will be open from 9am until 5pm each day and stocks a wide range of Yorkshire and England merchandise.


The Club has a RESPECT campaign for those attending any Yorkshire match at Headingley, Scarborough and York. If you have suffered or witness any anti-social behaviour at the 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 encourage all spectators to read our Ground Regulations, which are available here:

Matchday Information

Multi-faith room

The Club’s Multi-Faith room is located at the entrance to the East Stand which is easily accessed from the St Michael’s Lane turnstiles.

Please remove your shoes when entering the facility. Foot baths are available – please bring your own sliders. There are two separate facilities available.

We recommend that you bring anything that you require to fulfil your reflective time in our multi-faith space.

East is indicated on the ceiling.

The room is available to people of all faiths and we ask that all spectators please respect everyone when using these facilities.

If you have any further questions on a matchday, our stewards at the entrance of the East Stand will be more than happy to assist.

Yorkshire Cricket Museum

The Yorkshire Cricket Museum will be open from gates until start of play and at the lunch interval each day. Scorecards will be available at £1 each, with all proceeds from sales going to The Yorkshire Cricket Foundation.

In the event of inclement weather:

Spectators are urged to consider the weather forecast before making their journey to Headingley. As 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


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