A limited number of tickets for day four of the Third Specsavers Ashes Test Match at Emerald Headingley are now on general sale.

Following unprecedented demand, days one to three have sold out in Emerald Headingley’s priority windows and ballot. There are now just over 2,000 tickets remaining for the Sunday of the August Bank Holiday Test Match.

Most of the tickets available are in the new Emerald Stand, a facility that will boast the most sought-after views from behind-the-bowler’s arm in the luxury of cushioned seats.

All tickets for the Sunday of the Ashes Test Match will be sold on a first come, first served basis. To purchase your tickets, please follow the below link


Please note, wheelchair accessible areas are not yet available for general sale as places are still being allocated from the Ashes Ballot.


If there is no play, you won’t have to pay. You can find more information here on Emerald Headingley’s raincheck policy.


If you have missed out on tickets and would like to attend days one to three, why not treat yourself to some hospitality at Emerald Headingley. There are a great range of packages available to suit everyone’s needs in the private boxes or shared facilities.

Prices for individual places start from £249+VAT and private boxes are available from £2,500+VAT.



Emerald Headingley will host the Fifth Royal London One-Day International between England and Pakistan on Sunday 19th May. Tickets are available from £40 for adults and £20 for juniors.

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