The highly anticipated 2022 Roses Vitality Blast match will take place at Headingley on Wednesday 8 June, with tickets for the fixture expected to sell out once again.
The only way of guaranteeing a seat is with a Yorkshire CCC membership or T20 Season Ticket, which are available from just £40 for adults (Club Yorkshire memberships) and £20 for juniors. There are a wide range of memberships offering a range of different benefits and more information can be found via the below link. 2022 Members and T20 Season Ticket holders can now book their seats for this year’s Roses game. To do so, simply click on the below link, log into your online account and select the ticket tab. You can then select your seats for the Lancashire Lightning game.
Sadly the 2021 Roses fixture at Headingley was played with a 25% capacity crowd due to Covid-19 restrictions meaning that tickets had to be rolled back from the 100% capacity that had been sold. As such, this unfortunately resulted in a lot of supporters missing out on watching the game live from Headingley. As such, all 2021 Yorkshire Vikings vs Lancashire Lightning ticket buyers will get priority access to 2022 tickets, with their window for buying running from Thursday 24 February until Wednesday 2 March.
For anyone falling outside of the above, your best chance of securing tickets is by entering the ballot. Those successful in the ballot will be able to purchase tickets from Friday 4 March, ahead of Vitality Blast General Sale on Tuesday 8 March. To enter the ballot, simply fill in the below form:
1. 2022 Yorkshire members and T20 Season Ticket holders – Reserve their seats from Monday 24 January
2. Original 2021 Yorkshire Vikings vs Lancashire Lightning ticket holders – Purchase tickets in a priority window from Thursday 24 February (10am) until Wednesday 2 March (11:59pm)
3. Ballot winners buying window opens – Friday 4 March – 10am
4. General sale – Tuesday 8 March
(Please note all Yorkshire CCC members/T20 Season Ticket Holders and 2021 Roses T20 ticket holders will be contacted via email on Monday 24 January)