The Hundred returns to Leeds for 2024 after a record year

23rd January 2024

  • The Hundred is back on Tuesday 23 July with Leeds set to play host to several games throughout July and August
  • Northern Superchargers men’s and women’s teams kick off at Headingley on Friday 26 July
  • The Hundred Final will take place on Sunday 18 August at Lord’s
  • The competition’s partnership with BBC Music Introducing returns, bringing live music; every matchday also features a live DJ
  • Season tickets available from today to 2023 ticket-buyers or previous season ticket holders
  • For more information, and to sign up for priority ticket access visit 
After a record year in 2023, The Hundred will return to Leeds in 2024, delivering a month of world-class cricket and blockbuster entertainment for all the family.

Leeds will host its first game on Friday 26 July, with both the Superchargers men’s and women’s teams kicking off their competition against Trent Rockets.

The Superchargers will then be back at home for the first of three double-headers on Tuesday July 30, taking on Southern Brave, before their final two matchdays, on Sunday 4 August against Manchester Originals and Tuesday 13 August against London Spirit.

The competition itself will start on Tuesday 23 July, with Birmingham Phoenix heading to South London to play Oval Invincibles in the first of 34 matchdays across 26 days of compelling sport at the height of summer.

A record 580,000 fans were in venues across The Hundred in 2023, including over 300,000 in the women’s competition. The Hundred’s blend of high-quality sport and entertainment saw 41% of all tickets sold to families, 23% to juniors and 30% to women.

Alongside world-class cricket, thanks to The Hundred’s ongoing partnership with BBC Music Introducing, fans were treated to memorable music performances from a diverse line-up of artists and DJs including headliners Rudimental, the Lottery Winners, DYLAN and Prima Queen.

Supporters who have been season ticket holders in any of the three years of The Hundred or who bought a ticket in 2023 will be able to buy a season ticket from today. From 13-27 March there will be an exclusive window open to fans who have previously bought tickets to The Hundred. The priority sale window is open from 9-23 April, open to all fans who sign up in advance at The general sale period begins from 25 April.

Tickets are once again great value, with prices set at £5 for juniors aged 3-15 (free for under 3s) and adults starting from £11.

The Hundred Eliminator, where second- and third-placed teams compete for a place in The Hundred Final, is confirmed for Saturday 17 August at The Kia Oval. The Hundred Final will take place on Sunday 18 August at Lord’s.

England Women and Northern Superchargers star Kate Cross, said: “I had a fantastic first year with the Superchargers last year. I loved playing in front of our brilliant fans at Headingley and it was amazing to reach the final. After the games you get so many kids with posters or asking for things to be signed, and it’s lovely to see them enjoying the competition.”

England Men and Northern Superchargers men’s spinner Adil Rashid said: “I have loved being a part of The Hundred for the last few years, it has been a fantastic competition for the players and fans. The crowd at Headingley are always amazing, as a player you benefit so much from the atmosphere in the crowd. Hopefully we can create a few more memories with the Superchargers this summer.”

The Hundred Draft, powered by Sage, will be back across both the men’s and the women’s competitions ahead of the 2024 summer as the 16 teams – including Andrew Flintoff’s Northern Superchargers men’s team – prepare their bids for The Hundred title.

For the first time, selection in the women’s competition will now take place exclusively through retention, The Hundred Draft and the Vitality Wildcard Draft. Salaries in the women’s competition have increased by £100,000 per team, with the top salary bracket now at £50,000.

All games will again be live on Sky Sports and BBC broadcast and digital channels throughout the competition.

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