The £45 million development of Headingley Stadium is the most exciting and highly anticipated improvement in over a century. The home of Leeds Rhinos, Yorkshire County Cricket Club and Yorkshire Carnegie is already steeped in history.

The new stands and hospitality areas creates a unique and world-class venue for this region. This development bring a NEW architectural landmark to Headingley, there will be a choice of sumptuous and modern interiors with classic detailing and quality finishes. With new hospitality venues overlooking the cricket and rugby pitches from the new North Stand, you can create corporate event that you won’t forget.


The Stadium

There has been a stadium in Headingley since 1889, when Leeds Rhinos (then called Leeds St Johns) built Headingley Stadium. The cricket ground was opened officially in 1890 when Leeds CC played Scarborough CC. Since then the stadium has hosted international rugby and cricket, including the Rugby League World Cup Final in 1970 and the Ashes series in 1981. Plans for a new stadium were developed in 2014, so the stadium has been a long time coming!


The build of the new Headingley Stadium is now complete. The new hospitality suites are now accepting enquiries for any upcoming events, so please speak to one of our team if you are looking for a fantastic venue for your corporate event.

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