The first match on Headingley Stadium was the One Day Internationals on september 1973 with the match against England and West Indies. Don Bradman's innings of 304 against England was witnessed in this ground. After a year of construction of this ground, the test cricket had come.
Headingley Stadium is located in Leeds, West Yorkhire. Also that Headingley ground is a suburb of Leeds. Formerly, the ground was said to be "Headingley Grounds". The ground's pitch cannot be typified as either batsman friendly of otherwise. The ground would have a fine display of bowling.