Headingley is located in the suburban areas of Leeds. It first hosted a first-class match against Kent in 1899. Headingley will once again play host to some of the world’s best cricketers next summer, having been part of the 1975, 1979, 1983 and 1999 editions of the ICC Cricket World Cup. The venue for Sir Don Bradman’s two Test triple-centuries in 1930 and 1934, Headingley was built in 1890 and can hold up to 17,000 people.
Fans can reach Headingley using the railway network as it is a good option to reach this sporting venue from three different stations. Apart from trains, taxis and event day shuttle services are also available. The Headingley Cricket Ground, is one of the older cricket grounds in England and has hosted Test matches since 1899. The ground has a capacity of 18,350 and will be hosting four matches in the tournament.