The Yorkshire County Cricket Club have created the following guidelines for the Test Match between England and India at Emerald Headingley starting on Wednesday 25 August.

Before you attend the match, please familiarise yourself with the following information and forward this onto all attendees within your group.


General admission tickets are sold out for each of the first four days. Tickets for day five are available now, priced from £5 for juniors and £10 for adults.


Day five premium seat tickets are also available to purchase on the Emerald Stand Middle Balcony, with access to a private bar, for £35



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.

Order A Lateral Flow Test

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 K (postcode = LS4 2RS). Parking will be charged at £10 per car and will be available on each day on a first come, first served basis.

Anyone wishing to drive to Emerald Headingley is advised to park at Leeds City Council’s ‘Park and Stride’ located at Beckett Park. It’s a casual 15 minute stroll through Headingley.
The route is clearly signposted. Prices are £10 for a cars. Postcode: LS6 3PW

Getting To Headingley


Buses from Leeds City Centre to Headingley will be available on each day of the Test. Please find prices and bus timetable.

On First Bus app – £3 Adult return, £1.50 Child return
On Bus – £3.50 Adult return, £2 child return


Buses run from 9:20am each morning from Leeds Train Station. For the full timetable, click below:


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