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Home » Cricket Grounds » England Cricket Grounds» County Cricket Ground (Headingley), Leeds
County Cricket Ground (Headingley), Leeds
County Cricket Ground (Headingley), in Leeds is a part of Headingley Stadium, which is a sporting complex that has another ground for rugby. The two grounds share a common main stand. County Cricket Ground (Headingley), is the home ground of Yorkshire County Team.

County Cricket Ground (Headingley), has been hosting test matches since 1899. It has a capacity of 17,000.

County Cricket Ground (Headingley), has witnessed some wonderful cricketing moments like Don Bradman's innings of 304 against England in the Ashes series in 1934. It was in this ground that England achieved one of its most memorable victories against Australia in 1981. It was a remarkable victory considering the fact that England had to undergo the humiliation of a follow on and the odds against its victory was 500/1. It was the brilliance of Ian Botham and Bob Willis that pulled out a victory by 18 runs.

County Cricket Ground (Headingley), has no pavilion, but the newly made dressing room serves the dual purposes. One of the uniqueness of County Cricket Ground (Headingley), is that is pitch cannot be typified as either batsman friendly of otherwise. Brilliant innings have been as numerous as the fine display of bowling in this ground. provides information on County Cricket Ground (Headingley), Leeds and other Grounds around the World.

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