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About Leeds United Tickets 2023/24

Leeds United F.C. Info

Football supporters like to brag they would go to the ends of the Earth to cheer their team. In most cases, it's just bar talk, except for Leeds United FC fans. Their loyalty is evident from the attendance numbers on game day, which show that the club has among the largest average attendance in England. This fact is all the more impressive when you consider that Elland Road was full even when Leeds United were languishing in the lower leagues.

Leeds United tickets were still a hot commodity even when the West Yorkshire team were in League One, a particularly dark period in Leeds United history.

For a team that has bounced between leagues, Leeds has managed to stay relevant, and the proof is in the three domestic titles, won in the 1968–69, 1973–74, and 1991–92 seasons.

The '70s were the most successful decade for Leeds United FC, with strong European campaigns, which secured the UEFA Cup trophy in the 1972-1973 season, while in the following campaign, they managed to reach the finals of the European Cup, which since then has rebranded into the Champions League.

The Peacocks, the preferred nickname of Leeds United FC fans, play their home matches at Elland Road stadium, with a capacity of 37,792. However, the official numbers were ignored in 1969, when 57,892 people viewed the FA Cup match versus Sunderland live.

Leeds United football tickets are always in demand, and SeatPick makes it possible to get the best ticket prices.

About Leeds United FC Football Tickets

Leeds United Football Club traces its lineage from Leeds City, formed in 1904 but forcefully disbanded in 1919 because of accusations of illegal payments to players.

However, the city had an appetite for football, and the same year Leeds United was constituted. The team adopted the former club's stadium Elland Road as its home base.

In 1920, Leeds United FC joined the Second Division of the Football League. The debut in the first tier of English football arrived in 1924. Since then, it bounced back and forward, with the largest absence from the Premier League being the 16 years between 2004 and 2020.

The club has had issues with ownership over the years, leading to the essential sales of star players to balance the books. Leeds United are today on an altogether better financial footing, which is aided by two seasons in the Premier League.

The atmosphere at Elland Road, with Leeds United fans in full voice, has to be seen to be believed, even more so for away trips following the club at places like Manchester United. With SeatPick, you can buy Leeds United tickets online by visiting the website and doing so is the best way to watch Leeds United FC in Championship action.

Major Rivalry

Leeds United thrive in the knowledge that, on the whole, they are not a well-liked team. This dates back to the rough manner in which they treated their opponents during their 1970s pomp and continues to this day whichever league they are participating in. Now they enjoy strong rivalries with a number of Premier League sides. Among those that engender the most hatred are Premier League sides Manchester United, Newcastle United, Liverpool and Arsenal.

The popular term 'Roses Rivalry' is used to describe the derby games between Leeds United and Manchester United.

The hostilities between the clubs have historical precedence and get traced back to the War of the Roses in the mediaeval period.

However, when other Yorkshire teams such as Sheffield United, Sheffield Wednesday, Huddersfield Town, or Bradford City are visiting, the hospitality is not any warmer. Follow Leeds United live during a derby game and purchase LUFC tickets via SeatPick.

Leeds United tickets for these games are at a premium and will end up costing more, especially if the matches are in the Premier League.

Famous Footballers that Played for Leeds United FC

Any club with a storied history will produce many legends, and Leeds United are no exception. Over the years, several local legends were born, but there are also many international players that made a name for themselves in Leeds.

Some of the popular players are:

  • Billy Bremner
  • Peter Lorimer
  • Gary Speed
  • Vinnie Jones
  • Harry Kewell
  • Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink
  • Mark Viduka
  • Rio Ferdinand
  • Kalvin Phillips

Elland Road Leeds – England


Elland Road




Elland Road, Beeston, Leeds LS11 0ES, United Kingdom

Elland Road

Elland Road is the 14th largest football stadium in England. This is one reason for its selection as one of the sports venues for the Euro 96 competition. The Yorkshire stadium has been Leeds United's home since its founding in 1919. It's primarily a facility for football matches, but it has hosted rugby games and concerts by popular bands and musicians. Each of the four stands is named in honour of club legends.

Best way to travel to Elland Road

After purchasing your Leeds United tickets for home games, you will have to make a plan for transport to the stadium.

By Bus:

During Leeds United matches, there is a bus service numbered R2, operated by First Leeds Buses. The bus departs from Sovereign Street, adjacent to Leeds station, and goes directly to the stadium.

By Train

The closest railway station is Cottingley, with the second option being Leeds Station, which is about 1.5 miles away from the stadium.

By Car

Travelling by car is straightforward. The easiest way to locate the venue is with satellite navigation on your mobile device with coordinates LS11 0ES. Car Park A and Car Park B are available for supporters, but parking is not free.

Frequently Asked Questions about Leeds United

How to buy cheap Leeds United tickets?

If you are not a season ticket holder, you have several options to purchase tickets. When looking for affordable Leeds United tickets, the first option is to check the official box office at the stadium if you are in the vicinity.

Alternatively, visit the club's official website, where you can find tickets released on general sale. But if you want a good deal on a preferred seat at the stadium, especially for Premier League matches, then SeatPick can connect you to trusted sellers without charging any hidden fees.

How much are Leeds United tickets?

Leeds United tickets usually start at £97 per ticket.

The average price for a regular-season game at Leeds United is £87. It is possible to find lower prices by using SeatPick's network of sellers. In some cases, the resale value can go down considerably. It's crucial to be diligent and search online for cheap ticket prices for a Leeds United match, even for away games at Newcastle United, the King Power Stadium to see Leicester City or Tottenham Hotspur Stadium or any potential Championship clash

Where do Leeds United play?

Leeds United plays its home games at Elland Road, United Kingdom. SeatPick offers a detailed seating chart of the stadium. If planning a visit, you can consult the page and discover which stand will suit your needs.

Playing At

Leeds United will be playing at the following cities and venues in the upcoming 2023/2024 season, if Leeds United currently has any scheduled games then you can scroll up this page and find the full Leeds United Fixtures list, pick the event you are looking for and buy your Leeds United match tickets.

Leeds United Ticket Prices by Season

SeasonLocationAverage Ticket Price
2023-24Elland Road$154
2022-23 Elland Road$184
2021-22 Elland Road$215
2020-21 Elland Road$189
2019-20 Elland Road$205
2018-19 Elland Road$219
2017-18 Elland Road$246
2016-17 Elland Road$235

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