WEST Yorkshire will once again host the Ashes, with the Emerald Headingley Stadium being the location for a Test Match in 2023.
 The competition is a five-match test cricket series played between Australia and England, and only comes around every two years.
It will be a brilliant opportunity for fans to flock in their numbers to watch one of the all time favourite sporting spectacles, and those local will get the chance.
But, Following a hugely successful Ashes Test Match in 2019, which culminated in arguably the greatest final day in Test history when Ben Stokes and Jack Leach combined to secure the most unlikely of victories for England, tickets for the 2023 fixture will sell out quickly.
Here’s the priority list for when tickets go on sale in 2022. Improve your chances of securing tickets by ensuring you are in one of the first three priority groups.
1) 2020 Yorkshire donating qualified members
2) 2022 Full or One-Day Members
3) 2022 international ticket purchasers
4) Ballot (to be launched in 2022)
Secure a Yorkshire Full or One-Day membership for 2022 and guarantee yourself priority access to 2023 Ashes tickets. You can also look forward to a great summer of cricket in 2022, following the White Rose at Emerald Headingley, Scarborough and York. 
Alternatively, secure tickets to either of Emerald Headingley’s 2022 internationals and go into the third priority window. Joe Root’s England take on Kane Williamson’s New Zealand in an LV= Insurance Test Match starting on Thursday 23 June, followed later in the summer by a Royal London ODI between the Three Lions and South Africa on Sunday 24 July.
Your best chance of securing tickets is by entering the ticket ballot:
Link here: https://yorkshireccc.com/news/view/9569/how-to-secure-priority-access-to-2023-ashes-tickets