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Leeds United may have endured a disastrous 2022/23 season, having suffered relegation from the Premier League, however this year, they are flying. At the time of writing, the Yorkshire club have won four league games on the bounce and currently sit in fourth place in the Championship.
So, if like many this season, you want to make the trip to Elland Road and want to know how best to purchase Leeds United tickets, then you are in the right place.
Leeds United tickets & prices at Elland Road
Leeds United season tickets: pricing & availability
As is to be expected with the vast majority of clubs, Leeds United have a waiting list system in place in regards to their season tickets. To join this waiting list, you must pay a fee of £11, and once you have successfully been offered a season ticket, you will then gain access to the club's seating plan section and can purchase it from there.
As Leeds were relegated to the Championship, their cheapest season ticket prices saw no increase from the previous year and works out to be £20.21 per match.
Leeds United matchday tickets and single-match tickets: pricing & availability
Single-match tickets are often the best way to attend a game if you are not lucky enough to currently possess a season ticket at Elland Road.
In terms of pricing, Leeds split their pricing structure for matchday tickets into two separate categories based on the level of the fixture. For Category B games, adult prices range from £32-£45, while for Category A games, this figure rises to £35-£47.
The club offer a six-phase system to ensure a fair distribution of tickets, which starts with general admission tickets being sold to ‘My Leeds Members', before allowing unsuccessful applicants to enter an online ballot, and ends with ‘Ticket Forwarding', which allows fans to send their ticket to other supporters.
Do I need a membership to buy Leeds United tickets?
In most cases, the answer to that question is yes, although non-members will occasionally have access to tickets for low-demand cup fixtures.
The club offer two membership options – the first being known as a ‘My Leeds Membership' account while the other is a ‘My Leeds Plus Membership' account. The latter has priority over the former regarding ticket purchases.
How to get a Leeds United membership
Acquiring a membership at Elland Road is relatively straightforward and can be done throughout the season. Accessed via the club's website, fans can purchase either of the two membership types to gain access to Leeds tickets.
The standard adult membership will set you back £50, while the plus membership will cost an adult £65. A £1.50 fee will be applied to both prices upon purchase.
Leeds United ticket prices at Elland Road
Leeds tickets do fall on the more expensive end of the Championship spectrum, although that is perhaps to be expected given the club's Premier League status until very recently.
With that being said, the price of a matchday ticket does vary and greatly depends on what section of Elland Road you wish to sit. As in all cases, the family stand is the cheapest option, while the North and South Stands, as well as the Upper Tier of the East Stand, offer a mid-price experience.
Finally, tickets for all other sections of the East Stand, and the entirety of the West Stand, will demand the highest fee. However, ticket prices, and the structure of those prices, do change season-on-season so we always recommend consulting the club's official website.
Leeds United stadium plan at Elland Road
Leeds United hospitality tickets
There are a total of six hospitality packages offered by the club, varying in price and perks. Those six packages are as follows:
- Centenary Pavilion Goal Line
- Centenary Pavilion Halfway Line
- Leeds Lounge
- Yeboah's Crossbar
- Bremner Suite
- East Level 3 Boxes
Prices change depending on the fixture, so we are unable to give exact prices for each of these options. However, prices typically start at around £90 and reach prices upwards of £360 in certain cases, with the Bremner Suite providing the cheapest package and the East Level 3 Boxes the most expensive.
Leeds United tickets FAQs
How to get to Elland Road at Leeds United
The stadium address is Elland Road, Leeds, LS11 0ES.
If you are travelling to Elland Road by car, then the ground is heavily signposted around Leeds and is located near the M621. If you are coming from the North, then the A58 or A61 is your best bet before you join the M621. For the South, the M1 should be your go-to route.
In terms of public transport, Leeds train station is approximately a 35-minute walk from the ground, although there are plenty of taxis and shuttle buses on offer if that is more appealing to you.
How can I get Leeds United away game tickets?
Away game tickets are extremely difficult to purchase via the club website, and are distributed first and foremost to those who attended the most away games in the previous campaign. As a result, these tickets are incredibly exclusive and in most cases, very hard to attain.
Other alternative methods exist, with ticket touts and online resellers proving the main two options in this area. However, in both cases, the legitimacy of tickets being sold is difficult to verify and therefore you should always be vigilant of potential scams.
How can I get cheap Leeds United tickets?
The key to cheap tickets is to always purchase them as early as possible, in the sections of the ground that offer the cheapest experience. In the case of Leeds United and Elland Road, this means purchasing tickets for the North and South stands, with the upper tiers usually being the cheapest option.
Can I do a stadium tour of Elland Road?
As most clubs the calibre of Leeds United do, the club do provide stadium tours of Elland Road. The tours last approximately 90 minutes and are priced as follows:
- Adults – £15
- Seniors – £10
- Juniors – £5
For full information and specific dates, always check the club website.
How to watch Leeds United at home
If you are unable to attend Elland Road, then there are options available to you that allow you to watch the Peacocks from the comfort of your own home. Select Championship matches will be broadcast on SkySports, while any FA Cup clashes will be shown on either BBC or ITV.