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— 6 August 2014

Headingley will entertain Worcestershire in the Royal London One-Day Cup on Thursday (10.30am start). If you’re planning to join us, this information should help your visit run smoothly.

  • Match Dates

    Yorkshire Vikings v Worcestershire
    Thursday 7th August 2014

    Match Timings

    Gates Open: 9:00am
    First Session: 10:30am
    Interval:: 2:00pm
    Second Session: 2:45pm
    Close: 6:15pm

    *Please note timings are subject to change.


    Adult: £22
    Concession: £15
    Club Yorkshire Adult: £10
    Junior & Student: £5 (i.d. required)

    You can also purchase in advance of the game until midnight. Click here to purchase online and collect at the ground.

    Tickets will be £5 cheaper per category if purchased through our ‘early bird’ discount.

    Ticket collections will be available in the Yorkshire Cricket Centre on St Michael’s Lane.

    For those spectators who bought tickets for the abandoned Lancashire Lightning match on June 27, can exchange their Lancashire ticket for this game. There will be a seat exchange collection point located in the Yorkshire Cricket Centre prior to the match.


    Public Transport

    Leeds City Station is central from most locations in Yorkshire. Our Yorkshire Tiger buses will deliver you directly to Kirkstall Lane but for those of you wishing to travel directly by train, either Burley Park train station or Headingley train station will leave you with an approximate 10 minute walk to the ground.

    FROM BURLEY PARK: (from Leeds) head directly left out of the station and instead of going up the steps, go straight out of the gate. Follow the road (Back Beechwood Road) and turn right at the end of the road, up the hill (Beechwood Crescent). At the top of the hill, turn right across the narrow bridge and either go straight on for St Michael’s Lane entrances or left up the ginnel for the Kirkstall Lane entrances.
    (towards Leeds) cross the railway bridge and turn right onto Beechwood Crescent. Follow the road up the hill and turn right across the narrow bridge. Continue straight on for St Michael’s Lane entrances or left up the ginnel for the Kirkstall Lane entrances.

    FROM HEADINGLEY: head out of the train station and at the top of the road, turn left. Continue straight up the road where you will see the Carnegie Pavilion and the Kirkstall Lane entrances. For St Michael’s Lane, continue straight to the traffic lights and turn right. At the next traffic lights, turn right again.

    By car

    If travelling by car there are clear, permanent direction signs to lead you from the motorway and major road networks to the Headingley area.

    There are two basic routes to reach Headingley, the first being from the South, avoiding the City centre, and the second from the North via the Leeds Outer Ring Road.

    From M1 South and the M62 East and West

    From the south leave the M1 at Junction 43 to take the M621 as far as Junction 2.

    From the M62 West leave at Junction 27 to take the M621 as far as Junction 2.

    From the M62 West leave at Junction 27 to take the M621 as far as Junction 2.

    From the M62 East leave at Junction 29 to join the M1 northbound to take the M621 as far as Junction 2.

    At Junction 2 of the M621 follow the signs for Headingley stadium along the A643. These signs will lead you along the Leeds Inner Ring Road A58 to the A660 which is signposted to Skipton and Headingley Stadium. Signs along this road will indicate you have reached the Headingley area and on Test Match and One Day International days additional temporary signage will direct you to the Park & Ride car park north of Headingley at Beckett Park.

    From Bradford, Keighley and all areas to the North

    All routes into Leeds from these areas lead to the Leeds Outer Ring Road, the A6110 – A6120 – A63. Along the Outer Ring Road signposting to Headingley Stadium will lead you to the A660 Otley Road and from here southwards to the Headingley area.


    There is restricted street parking around the ground. Alternatively, you can park your vehicle for £5.00, on a first come first served basis at Car Park F, St Michael’s Lane, Leeds, LS6 3BU

  • Where can I buy scorecards?

    Scorecards are free to Members. These can be collected from the Long Room only. For all other spectators, scorecards will be available at the price of £1 from Club Stores, the YCSA Shop and the Museum.

    Yorkshire Cricket Museum:

    The Yorkshire Cricket Museum, located in the East Stand, will be open throughout the match. It’s well worth a visit.

    Entry is FREE for all but a small donation per visit is recommended to help fund the upkeep of the museum.

    Where can I eat?

    Concession units situated around the ground will be selling food to cater for every palate, from classic British pick ‘n’ mix to traditional Yorkshire fish and chips.

    Where can I drink?

    There are bars situated in various positions within the ground. They will be serving alcohol and soft drinks throughout the evening at the Club’s discretion. PLEASE NOTE – Bars maybe subject to closures in the interest of spectator safety. If this action is deemed to be necessary an announcement will be made to inform all spectators. During any such closure soft drinks will still be available.

    Where can I smoke?

    Smoking is only allowed in the designated smoking areas at the back of the stands. Ask your nearest steward for directions to any such area. PLEASE NOTE – The policy also applies to the use of electronic smoking devices.

    Where can I use my phone?

    Mobile phones may only be used in non-pitch facing areas. Please respect your fellow spectator and don’t spoil their enjoyment of the cricket.

    Where is the nearest cashpoint?

    The nearest cashpoint on the St Michael’s Lane side of the ground is located just next to the Leeds Rugby office. If you exit through Gate B just turn right and it’s about 50 yards down the road. If you’re at the Kirkstall Lane Lane side of the ground you’ll need to walk up North Lane towards the centre of Headingley. The first one you’ come to is situated outside the One Stop shop, which is on the Baptist Church side of the road.

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