Headingley Venue Information Follow
Gates open 90 minutes before play starts.
The first match of The Hundred 2023 at Headingley sees the women and men's team take on Birmingham Phoenix!
Match day start times vary, so make sure you’ve looked at your ticket in the app to see what time the first match starts.
Click here to read the Ground Regulations for Headingley.
FOOD & DRINK
We offer a range of food options within the ground including Halal (H), Vegetarian (V), Vegan (VE), Gluten Free (GF) and more. See below for further information:
Behind the Western Terrace:
- Falafels (Vegan)
- Ice Cream Shop
- Street Kitchen
- Southern Fried Chicken (Halal)
- Fish and Chips (Gluten free options are available on request)
- Loaded fries and toasties (Vegetarian options available)
- Hog Roast
- Baguette’s (Vegetarian options available)
In Car Park H behind the Community Stand:
- Sausage Box
- Ball Box – a Yorkshire street food vendor (vegetarian options)
- Ice Cream
Next to the Rugby shop on the East side of the ground:
- Street kitchen (Halal burgers and chicken)
- Ice Cream
Behind the East Stand:
Please note, stand locations and food outlets are subject to change.
A wide selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase at stalls around the ground.
Please note that Headingley is a cashless venue and only card payment will be taken.
You are more than welcome to bring your own food and drink into the ground for the match. Utensils required must be plastic.
You are welcome to bring water and/or soft drinks, in plastic bottles, into the Stadium at any fixture. However, the seals on such bottles must be unbroken.
There are a number of water fountains located around the ground where bottles can be filled up.
No alcohol will be allowed into the ground at any point.
Cycle racks are available in the North East concourse and by the Trueman Enclosure.
There are a number of buses that service Headingley from the City Centre. These include:
Service 19 and 19A – buses every 15 minutes
Service 56 – buses every 10 minutes
For other services to the stadium and planning your journey try using the Headingley journey planner.
Headingley Cricket Ground is around a 10-15 minute drive from Leeds City Station. A taxi should cost around £8-£10.
Headingley Station is on the Harrogate Line and is a 10 minute walk from the ground. Please note that the initial part of this walk is slightly uphill. Trains run half-hourly from Leeds City Station and should take around 12 minutes.
Burley Park Station is also on the Harrogate Line and is a five minute walk from the ground. Trains run half hourly and should take around five minutes. If travelling from Leeds City Station this is your recommended station to use.
A small number of car parking spaces will be made available in either car park K or car park F on a first come first served basis. Please check the matchday information for the match for more information on availability.
A Respect campaign is in place for anyone attending Northern Superchargers matches at Headingley. If you have suffered or witness any anti-social behaviour at the match, please text the word Respect to 60650. Spectators are able to report this anonymously to a member of the team here at Headingley.
The Club operates a zero tolerance policy toward anti-social behaviour. There is no place for anti-social behaviour in cricket or wider society.
If disabled attendees require the assistance of a companion, the companion will be admitted free of charge. To book a wheelchair or accessible ticket, contact the venue directly on 0113 2033603 or 0113 2033631, Monday-Friday 9am-5pm, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Accessible seating can be found in the East Stand, East Stand Long Room, North East Lower, Trueman Enclosure, Block A of the Western Terrace and both the upper and lower seating of the Howard Stand.
Lifts are available in the Howard Stand, East Stand and Clean Slate Pavilion.
There are accessible toilets located in every stand. These can be accessed via RADAR key. Stewards will have keys so if you do not have one, or have forgotten yours, just ask the nearest steward who will be able to help.
A changing place facility is available in the Howard Stand (please bring your own sling), in the south side of the venue. The facility includes:
- Radar Key accessible via the nearest steward/stand supervisor
- Grab rails by the toilet and sink
- Mounted flushing lever
- Full-length mirror
- Emergency assistance alarm fitted to floor level
- Hoist (please bring your own sling)
- Shower and shower curtain
- Non-slip floor
- Sanitation bins
Prams and pushchairs can be stored at Headingley Stadium in the cycle racks at certain areas of the ground. Prams and push chairs are left at the owners discretion.
There are a number of baby changing facilities around the ground. There should be one available within every toilet block / accessible toilet. Please ask your nearest steward for directions.
All facilities are subject to availability.
Headingley has a limited number of parking spaces, which they issue to disabled members. A limited number of ‘pay on the day’ spaces are available to the general public for matchdays on a first come first served basis.
Holders of Orange and Blue disabled parking badges will be required to provide proof of disability. Holders of such badges do not have automatic right of entry to stadium car parks for any fixture/event.
The venue’s Multi-Faith Room is located at the entrance of the East Stand which is easily accessed from the St Michael’s Lane turnstiles. Please remove your shoes when entering the facility. Foot baths are available, please bring your own sliders. There are two separate facilities available.
We recommend that you bring anything that you require to fulfil your reflective time in our multi-faith space.
East is indicated on the ceiling.
The room is available to people of all faiths, please respect everyone when using these facilities.
If you have any further questions on a matchday, our stewards at the entrance of the East Stand will be more than happy to assist.
A free Controlled Audio Visual Environment (CAVE) will be available at the ground during the Headingley Test Match, with a variety of popular pieces of sensory equipment to encourage different kinds of user interaction.
In Britain 22% of people are living with a disability. We want to provide a safe haven for our supporters and reduce social isolation for individuals and families.
Users will need to book the space in advance. This can be done via the below link:
The CAVE will be located behind the Trueman Enclosure and supporters who book the facility will have sole use of it during their timeslot.
Make sure you visit the shop on St Michael’s Lane or on-site behind the Western Terrace, to get your Northern Superchargers kit. You can also get the kit online, here.
You can access FREE WIFI from your seat at Headingley. When in the ground, simply connect to YCCC-FREE WIFI and follow the on-screen instructions.
Headingley Stadium’s catering and retail outlets are cashless to ensure that transactions are faster, safe, and secure.