The Yorkshire County Cricket Club is pleased to announce a renewal partnership with Uber Eats, starting this weekend until the end of the season.
The renewal will see the food delivery platform available at Headingley Cricket Ground for the Vitality Blast T20 fixtures, the remaining County Championship clashes and international matches where customers will be able to order food on the app and enjoy from the comfort of their seats whilst enjoying the cricket.
For this year the partnership will also celebrate local restaurant partners they work with in the Leeds area – with a different restaurant showcased at each T20 fixture to sponsor each game.
Tom Webster, the Business Development Manager, for the Yorkshire County Cricket Club, said: “It is with sincere pride that we have renewed our partnership with Uber Eats with this partnership offering spectators a wider range of food options to cater for their needs.
“The Club would like to ensure that it is offering the most inclusive experience possible, and we want to cater for all – including those who may have food allergies or intolerances, special dietary requirements or religious reasons.
“This is also a great opportunity to support some great local restaurants and takeaways to those visiting the Headingley area and offer some fantastic food options for those in the ground.”
Delivery drop-off points will be available in the ground for those attending, offering spectators a wide range of great food and many cuisines from local restaurants.
James Bryan, Uber Eats’ Senior Territory Operations Manager said: “We’re delighted to be partnering with Yorkshire County Cricket Club for the 2023 season, bringing many great offers to fans. This collaboration will give customers the chance to enjoy a number of Uber Eats benefits, with great options from our growing number of restaurant partners.”
New Eater Code (the same as last year):
£10 off when you spend £15 on your first order.