Headingley Cricket Ground Tickets

St Michael's Lane,  LeedsLS6 3BUGB

Venue Information

Venue Details


In order to protect nearby residential areas and ensure safe access for emergency services on-street parking around Headingley Carnegie Stadium is restricted and on many roads a Resident Only Parking Permit scheme is in place.

On International Match days the Leeds City Council operate a park and ride scheme from Beckett Park which is situated 800 metres to the North of the stadium.

We advise use of the park and ride facility - parking near to the stadium is extremely limited on match days and parking restrictions are enforced by Wardens.

Public Transportation
Nearest rail: Leeds City
Nearest metro: Headingley or Burley Park.
Bus routes: 18, 18A and 56

Box Office Numbers

YCCC Members should book directly with the YCCC on 0870 4296774

Box Office Hours

Tickets & Membership Office Hours:
Monday - Friday 9:30am - 5pm

Box Office Collection Accepted

Tickets can only be picked up on the day of the event, from three hours before the game starts. Please take the card used to purchase tickets and your Ticketmaster reference number.

Pre-paid collections are not from the ticket office but on the same road 50 yards away at The Yorkshire Cricket Centre, St Michael's Lane (opposite main gate B). Tickets can only be picked up on the day of the event, from three hours before the game starts. Please take the card used to purchase tickets and your Ticketmaster reference number.

Accessible Seating

The venue is accessible for wheelchair users. Please contact the venue for further information on 0870 429 6774 Monday-Friday 09:00-17:00.

General Rules

No cameras or video cameras.
No audio recording devices. No bottles, cans or alcohol.
No mobile phones.
No flags, banners, poles or fireworks.
Smoking is allowed.

Headingley Ground Regulations

1. The Club Management reserves the right of admission to the Ground.
2. All matches will be played in accordance with the rules and regulation of The Rugby Football League, Rugby Union and the England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and their respective laws of the Game.
3. Play cannot be guaranteed to take place on any particular time and the respective Club Management reserves the right to change its advertised fixtures without notice or liability.
4. No refund of any cash admission charge paid at the turnstile will be made.
5. At the Club Management’s discretion, refunds may be made in respect of tickets sold and paid for in advance of a match, where such match is postponed. This is subject to a time limitation, the details of which can be obtained from the Respective Clubs.
6. The Club Management reserves the right to refuse admission to, or reject from, the Ground:
(a) Any person dressed in a manner which is I) considered inappropriate, offensive or distasteful. ii) Considered dangerous either to their own safety or the safety of other spectators. iii) Considered an obstruction to the view of other spectators.
(b) Any person who refuses to be searched by any servant or agent of the Club.
7. Fireworks, smoke canisters, knives, forks, bottles, glasses, cans, flags, banners, poles and other similar articles or containers, which might be used as a weapon or missile, are not permitted within the Ground and may be confiscated.
8. The throwing of any object within the Ground is strictly forbidden.
9. It is an offence to use foul and abusive language, obscene chanting or racial abuse. Action will be taken against any individual(s) indulging in such acts.
10. Unauthorised persons are strictly prohibited from entering upon the field of play, unless advised to do so in an emergency. Individuals entering upon the field of play without permission may be charged with aggressive trespass.
11. The obstructing of gangways, access ways, exits and entrances, stairways and like places and the standing in the seated areas whilst play is in progress is strictly forbidden.
12. The climbing of floodlight pylons, stands or any other structure within the Ground is strictly forbidden.
13. Unnecessary noise such as that from the use of radio sets, air horns and whistles and behaviour likely to cause confusion or annoyance to any person is not permitted in any part of the Ground.
14. Any person attempting to gain admission to, or being found within, a section of the ground designated for “Members Only” without the appropriate authorisation, may be ejected from the Ground.
15. With the exception of persons authorised by the Club Management and Press Representatives holding official passes, the taking of photographs, cine photography or video footage inside the Ground is prohibited. In addition, recording for radio, Television or for private purposes, whether for transmission or otherwise, is not permitted save with a special authorisation in writing from the Club Management.
16. Only persons specifically authorised in writing by the Club Management are permitted to distribute either with or without charge or offer for sale within the Ground any newspapers, periodicals or any other articles.
17. Any person found damaging or defacing property within the Stadium will be prosecuted.
18. Persons failing to comply with instructions from a Steward or other authorised agent of the Club may be ejected from the Ground.
19. The Stadium Management reserves the right for its servants and agents to remove from this Ground, any person who does not comply with these Ground Regulations, the Rules and regulations of the ECB< RFL and RU or whose presence in the Ground is, or could, reasonably be construed as constituting a source of danger, nuisance or annoyance to any other person.
20. On all Rugby events the importation of alcohol is forbidden
For certain designated Yorkshire County Cricket matches the following alcohol restrictions will apply to:
(a) Ticket holders for the West, North, Winter Shed Upper & Lower Stands and North East Stand Lower. The importation of alcohol, cans or bottles onto the stand will be forbidden and the Stadium Management reserve the right to confiscate any alcohol, cans or bottles. This ban includes any soft drinks or liquids contained in cans or glass bottles.
(b) Ticket Holders for Members Areas. The importation of alcohol is restricted to four cans of beer/lager (per person) or its equivalent. The Stadium Management reserve the right to confiscate any alcohol deemed to be in excess of this limit.
21. For all International Cricket Matches played under the auspices of the ICC the importation of alcohol is forbidden.
22. The Stadium Management reserves the right to prohibit members of the public from playing ball games when to do so would cause offence, obstruction, or endanger those participating in the games or others within the stadium.
23. All persons entering the Ground are admitted only subject to their acceptance of the above Ground Regulations. Entry to the Ground is conditional on and will constitute unqualified acceptance of all these rules and regulations.

Children Rules

There is no minimum age of admittance.


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