Contact Leeds United Football Club customer services by phoning 0330 333 1521 with any queries, or 0371 334 1992 for bookings.
About Leeds United F.C.
Leeds United Football Club was formed in 1919, replacing Leeds City Football Club and taking over their home stadium, Elland Road. This professional football club plays in the English football league system’s second tier, the English Football League Championship. They have won several major titles, trophies, and honours over the years. The football team plays wearing all white, like the White Rose of York symbol on the club’s badge. Their kit for playing away games matches the yellow and blue colours of the badge. The club’s anthem is an original song known as “Marching on Together,” which was released in 1972 when the team had reached the FA Cup Final. It plays at the start of every home game.
The team’s home ground has always been Elland Road Stadium since the foundation of the club in back 1919. It is all-seated and England’s twelfth-largest football stadium. Elland Road has the capacity to seat almost 38,000 fans. The four stands are named the East Stand, the South Stand, the John Charles Stand, and the Revie Stand. There are statues of iconic team captain Billy Bremner and manager Don Revie outside the stadium. The Elland Road Superstore at the stadium sells the full range of club kits, merchandise, and souvenirs. The club also has a store in the Merrion Centre retail complex in Leeds city centre. Leeds United products are also available to buy from the online shop.
Visiting Leeds United F.C.
On match days, the turnstiles to enter the stadium stands only open an hour before the scheduled kick-off. The entrances and turnstiles are all clearly labelled so that you can enter in the right place, but there will be stewards around the stadium to help if you need it. The stores around the stadium will close at kickoff and re-open from the end of the match until an hour after the final whistle. On non-match days, you will be able to access the retail areas at the stadium between 9am and 5.30pm for shoppers. However, they are only open from 10am to 4pm on Sundays.
The stadium itself features various facilities for the convenience of the fans in attendance. This includes a big screen to broadcast the games, a cash dispenser, a newsagent, and hot and cold refreshments for sale in the concourses within each stand. There are designated smoking zones, but electronic smoking devices are not allowed in the stadium. The Centenary Pavilion opposite the East Stand is a match-day facility exclusively for club members and ticket holders. Food and drinks are available to buy from the bar, which opens for 3 hours before kick-off. It closes after games except on Saturdays, when it stays open for one hour afterwards. There is also Billy’s Sports Bar by the South Stand, for over-18s only. Unlike the Centenary Pavilion, there is no admission fee.
To access the stadium on match days, you must have a valid ticket to scan at the turnstiles. Tickets are available to buy in advance online or at the stadium, sometimes available on the day of the match. Prices vary depending on the area of the stadium and the age of the ticket holders. Prices are split into four bands: Adults, Concessions, Junior Under 16s, and Junior Under 11s. Concession tickets are available for seniors over 60, young adults between 16 and 22, and fans who have disabilities. You can guarantee your seat for every home game if you purchase a season ticket. There are also membership packages on offer which include a variety of exclusive discounts and opportunities.
Contacting Leeds United F.C.
The fastest way to contact Leeds United with questions about the stadium and match schedules is to call 0330 333 1521. When you want to make a booking for tickets or a stadium tour, call 0371 334 1992. You can also contact the Leeds United ticket office by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Disabled fans can contact Elland Road about wheelchair spaces or other facilities by sending an e-mail to email@example.com. If you need more information about parking options on match days, then contact firstname.lastname@example.org. To discuss VIP Hospitality packages and experiences at the stadium, e-mail email@example.com. It is also available to hire as a venue for private events; contact firstname.lastname@example.org with enquiries. Visit the stadium in person or post a letter to this address: