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The Club


Since its formation in 1863, The Yorkshire County Cricket Club has strived to foster a sense of pride, belonging and tradition underpinned by a spirit to be regarded as one of the leading cricket clubs in the world.

In the Club section of the website you will find everything you need to know about the Club from information on the Club’s officials, venues and information on the great work we do via The Yorkshire Cricket Foundation.

Yorkshire Cricket Centre


The Yorkshire Cricket Centre, located on St Michaels Lane, Headingley, is available for us by the public for the majority of the year. Find out what it has to offer, including the Indoor Cricket League’s, and how to book:

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Yorkshire Cricket Archives


Check out the latest Yorkshire CCC records, players stats from every individual ever to represent the Club, scorecards from all first-class and list-A games and a look at all the grounds that the White Rose have played at.

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Headingley Masterplan


The Yorkshire County Cricket Club has unveiled ambitious plans to transform Headingley Cricket Ground into one of the finest cricket venues in the world.

The Headingley masterplan will see Yorkshire County Cricket Club work in partnership with Leeds Rugby, Leeds City Council and DLA Architecture, to prepare for the phased redevelopment of the ground over the next 20 years.

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Contact

Address

Yorkshire County Cricket Club
Headingley Cricket Ground
Leeds
LS6 3DP

Phone

0843 504 3099 (Main Office)
(Calls are charged at approximately 5p per minute from a BT landline. Other networks and mobile phones will vary.)

0113 2033 622 (Yorkshire Cricket Centre)

Email

cricket@yorkshireccc.com

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