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Cricket Foundation

Headingly Stadium Tour

Behind the scenes tour at the world famous home of Yorkshire CCC

A fantastic opportunity to experience an exclusive behind the scenes tour of the historic Headingley Cricket Ground.

Beginning with a tour of the museum that boasts some of the most historic and important cricket memorabilia on show from past and present, from the bat that Len Hutton used while compiling his 364 to Australian head coach Darren Lehman’s equipment from his 339 against Durham in 2006; along with many other exhibits from cricketing folk law.

The tour will continue into the belly of the East Stand to see the players indoor nets and gym and experience the demands that the modern professional cricketer faces. Moving into the new pavilion, the tour will take in the views provided by the media centre and commentary boxes used by the Sky and Test Match Special teams stopping off in the Hawk Suite, home to celebrities and ex players alike during match days.

The culmination of the tour gives an exclusive behind the scenes look at the players’ facilities; the players dining room as well as the home and away dressing rooms that have been home to some of the games greats from Ricky Ponting to Dale Steyn and home grown internationals such as Joe Root. The finale of the tour will be the walk down the players steps onto the pitch.

For further information on Stadium Tours please contact Beth Cook