It’s not just cricket at the Emerald Headingley Test Match, there’s plenty of other activity going on around the ground. Make sure you make the most of your day by visiting some of the fantastic activations!
The Gray-Nicolls bat making stand will be demonstrating the art of hand making cricket bat’s, a skill that has been perfected over the past 160 years, one of their master bat makers will be on the stand all day taking questions and demonstrating his skills. Also, there is a great selection of cricket bats on sale if you need to fill your kitbag.
Welcome to Yorkshire
Welcome to Yorkshire, England’s biggest and most magnificent county. Visit the stand and discover dramatic dales, coastal escapes, amazing heritage and beautiful moors.
Punjabi Roots Academy
Look out for a range of performances over the course of the Test Match, including bhangra dance performance, Bollywood dance performance, dhol drumming, and band baja (fusion of brass and dhol).
Jacksons Champion Bread
We firmly believe that there’s no other bread like Jackson’s Yorkshire’s Champion. Every ingredient is carefully selected and blended to make this deliciously moreish loaf that’s bursting with Yorkshire goodness. Make sure you pop over to our stand where they will be sampling their bloomers and running a competition to win a month’s supply of bread.
Aagrah Restaurant Group have partnered with Yorkshire County Cricket Club for selected matches to sell Aagrah’s amazing street food from a retail unit located behind the White Rose Stand. Aagrah will be offering a tasty menu starting this Friday June 1st, 2018 at the world famous Emerald Headingley Cricket Ground. Fans can enjoy a tasty menu from £5 each including chicken wrap, lamb wrap, veg biryani, veg samosa chaat.
GinTopia will be offering the best gins, tonics and garnishes from Yorkshire and beyond, including YCCC’s preferred gin brand ‘Slingsby’. Visiting GinTopia, located on the North East Stand concourse, is the perfect opportunity to embrace the ambience of the Test Match with a lovingly prepared G&T!
Black Sheep, the official brewery of Yorkshire County Cricket Club, will be serving quality hand pulled cask ale in the Black Sheep marquee bar (back of the East stand, opposite the East gate entrance) and the Waterhole bar (underneath the Western Terrace) and in the Long Room. Come and seek out a pint of Yorkshire’s finest!
First West Yorkshire and Yorkshire County Cricket Club have introduced a new partnership for the 2018 season. The partnership sees a direct shuttle bus service to run from Leeds city centre up to Headingley Stadium and back. The Test Match brings the addition of two Park & Ride locations with direct shuttles to and from the stadium. More information.
Come and visit Yorkshire Tea’s ‘Little Urn’ located in front of the East Stand at both lunch and tea to sample a taste of a ‘proper brew!’ The Official Brew of England and Yorkshire Cricket.