Day Two of Pakistan Test Match Sold Out In Record Time
Tickets for Day Two of England’s Second Test Match against Pakistan at Emerald Headingley have now sold out in record time.
England take on Pakistan in the Second Test Match at Emerald Headingley from Friday 1st June before India visit on Tuesday 17th July for the Third Royal London One Day International.
The popular Saturday of the Test Match has sold out four months in advance of the fixture, a record for a non-Ashes day of play at Emerald Headingley. Day One of the Test Match and Royal London One Day International are also on-course for early sell-outs.
Mark Arthur, Yorkshire County Cricket Club Chief Executive, said: “We are thrilled to announce that Day Two has now sold out four months in advance of the fixture.
“Despite the reduced capacity, sales have soared for this year’s internationals and the Club has shown significant growth. International sales are currently 32% up year-on-year and there is a 13% increase on when Emerald Headingley had a similar international schedule in 2016.
“The Club is continuing on its great journey and it is very evident that there is a real appetite for international cricket in Yorkshire.
“There are now fewer than 2,000 tickets left on sale for Day One and 750 remaining for the One Day International. We encourage anyone hoping to attend to secure their seats as early as possible.”