ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

Sri Lanka v India - Two Night Break

Headingley - Leeds

/ 2 night break, match date Saturday 6 July
Price: £549pp
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Headingley - Leeds

2 night break, match date Saturday 6 July
Price: £549pp
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Package summary

 

Headingley is steeped in history. Think Hedley Verity, Trueman, Boycott – the deeds are endless – and this very vocal and passionate Yorkshire crowd will be able to play their part when India and Sri Lanka meet.

 Our two night break options not only combine the best cricket going but the chance to see the sights and sounds of Leeds on a fantastic mini break.

Package features

  • Official match ticket
  • Bed and breakfast hotel accommodation
  • Experienced travel reps
  • Merchandise pack
  • ICC Travel & Tours event upgrade available

The match - 6 July

Rohit Sharma. Remember the name? In 2017 he made history when he scored his third one-day double century and that’s right, it was against Sri Lanka.

For audacity, strokeplay and calmness it took some beating and Sri Lanka will be hoping their bowlers will be more on song in Leeds.

But in Thisara Perera, Angelo Mathews and Lasith Malinga, there is some real bowling menace. Bring some hard hats, it’s going to be fun.

ibis Leeds Centre Marlborough Street - 5 July to 7 July

This bright, modern hotel is tucked away to the west of Leeds city centre, a 15-minute walk from all the city hotspots but just far enough away to enjoy a peaceful night's sleep. Each of the 168 en-suite rooms is arranged to deliver want you need during your stay. It’s easy to relax and enjoy the build up to the match at Headingley with a stay here.

A day out in Leeds could start at the Trinity shopping centre and end deep in the Yorkshire Dales: it's what you make of it once the cricket has finished. Upgrades available.

Leeds

Leeds is a city bursting with energy. With a thriving arts scene, rich sporting heritage, and pulsating nightlife, you’ll find a city packed with variety and excitement.

Yorkshire’s largest city was once defined by mills and industry, but Leeds’ Victorian centre has marched proudly into the 21st century. Its industrious soul and grungy guts remain intact, but cultural enclaves are flourishing, redevelopment plans are beautifying heritage areas, and there’s a new verve in town.

Leeds mixes the classic and contemporary like no other city.
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