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Location - Leeds & District

Headingley Cricket Ground (Headingley)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view. Opened 27th May 1890, Yorkshire County Cricket Club played their first match in June 1891. The first County Championship match played here in August 1891 and the first Test Match against Australia in 1899. This view looks towards Cardigan Road, Kirkstall Lane running bottom left.
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Headingley Cricket Ground (Headingley) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Home of Yorkshire County Cricket Club and world famous Test Match venue. View of a large audience in the pavillion and terraces surrounding the cricket pitch. None of the play can be seen.
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Headingley Cricket Ground, Carnegie Pavilion (Headingley)
Colour image7th March 2011. View from Headingley Cricket Ground of the Carnegie Pavilion, Yorkshire County Cricket Club's new state-of-the-art facilities built in partnership with Leeds Metropolitan University and opened in July 2010. The cricket ground was built on land purchased by the Leeds Football, Cricket and Athletic Club Ltd. from the Cardigan estate and hosted its first match in 1890. Yorkshire County Cricket Club first played here in June 1891 and the ground was soon to become their main venue, but it was not until 31st December 2005 that they purchased the ground themselves. It is now part of the Headingley Carnegie Stadium along with the adjacent rugby ground and is jointly managed by Yorkshire CCC and Leeds Rugby.
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Headingley Cricket Ground, Carnegie Pavilion, artist's impression (Headingley)
Colour imagec2009. This artist's impression of the new Carnegie Pavilion at Headingley Cricket Ground was fixed to construction hoardings in Kirkstall Lane during the build. The pavilion, a joint venture between Yorkshire County Cricket Club and Leeds Metropolitan University, was opened on 21st July 2010 and a similar view of the completed building can be seen at 2011616_172250. Designed by Will Alsop, the 4,000 square metre project combines new lecture theatres and teaching space for the University's school of tourism, hospitality and events management with a state-of-the-art cricket pavilion featuring a media centre, hospitality suites, players' changing and treatment rooms, executive boxes and spectator seating.
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Kirkstall Lane, Headingley Carnegie Pavilion (Headingley)
Colour image5th March 2011. View shows the new Carnegie Pavilion at Headingley Cricket Ground, seen from Kirkstall Lane. Construction began in 2009 on this £21m development, a joint venture between Yorkshire County Cricket Club and Leeds Metropolitan University. The award-winning design by Will Alsop of Alsop Sparch combines a cricket pavilion used during the summer months, complete with media, hospitality and player's facilities, with a teaching facility used during the academic year by LMU's school of tourism, hospitality and events management. It was opened on 21st July 2010 by the Duke of Gloucester on the occasion of a Test Match between Australia and Pakistan.
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