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Leeds United is one of the big English teams where it all gone wrong somewhere along the road. The three-times English champion got relegated to the English Championship in the summer of 2004. Three years later they got relegated again, which meant the former champions played in the League One for three consecutive years.

Leeds United

  1. Nov
    Football League Championship

    Leicester City v Leeds United

    15:00 - King Power Stadium, Leicester, United Kingdom

  2. Mar
    Football League Championship

    Watford v Leeds United

    15:00 - Vicarage Road, Watford, United Kingdom

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How to buy Leeds United football tickets?

Leeds United is one of the big clubs in English football. They've got relegated from the Premier League after finishing in 18th place in the 2003/04 season. We get a lot of people asking us how can we get Leeds United tickets. We've listed the best tickets for Leeds United on this page. To help you answer this question we wrote down all steps below.

  1. Select the match you want to attend and click 'View Tickets'.
  2. Select the area you would like to sit within Elland Road.
  3. Select the number of tickets you would like to purchase.
  4. Click on the green 'Buy' button.
  5. Complete the order form using your personal details.
  6. Don't forget to check all your information is correct.
  7. Click 'Make Payment'.
  8. The tickets are now yours!

Stadium information


Elland Road




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


Elland Road is located in Leeds, West Yorkshire. It's the home of Leeds United since the club's establishment in 1919. The stadium is also used for concerts of some big bands by the likes of U2 and Queen.

Best way to travel to Elland Road

After booking your Leeds United tickets, it's time to find out how you can get to Elland Road in Leeds. There are several ways how you get get to the stadium.

By Car

The postcode for your sat nav is LS11 0ES. There are a number of Leeds City Council controlled car parks situated around the stadium.

By Bus

There is a matchday shuttle bus service operated by First Leeds Buses, numbered R2. The shuttle bus departs from Sovereign Street, adjacent to Leeds station, to the stadium.

By Train

The nearest railway station is Cottingley, although fans travelling will be more likely to arrive at Leeds Station, which is approximately 1.5 miles from the stadium.

Club information

Current Manager:

Marcelo Bielsa

Current Captain:

Liam David Ian Cooper

League Position Last Year:


Other information

Leeds United has always been one of the big clubs in English football. After some top 5 finishes late 90's earlt 00's, they got relegated to to the Championship. The club also spent three years in the League One between 2007 and 2010. The last couple of years Leeds United tries to get back at the highest level.

Leeds United main Honours & Trophies

Leeds United is a big clubs in English football, they've won a good list of silverware. This is a list with all trophies they've won.

English Premier League/First Division wins:

3 (latest: 1991/92)

English Championship/Second Division wins:

3 (latest: 1989/90)

FA Cup wins:

1 (1971/72)

League Cup wins

1 (1967/68)

Community Shield wins

2 (latest 1992)

Inter-Cities Fairs Cup wins:

2 (1970/71)


Main Rivals

Manchester United

The Roses Rivalry or Pennines derby is the battle between Manchester United and Leeds United. The rivalry originates from the strong enmity between the historic counties of Lancashire and Yorkshire, which is popularly believed to have its origins in the Wars of the Roses of the 15th century. Man United is the biggest rival amongst Leeds United fans, even though the Manchester United fans consider Liverpool as their main rivals.

Minor Rivals

Chelsea Fc

This rivalry with Chelsea first emerged in the 1960s after a series of fiercely contested and controversial matches, when the two clubs were frequently involved in the pursuit of domestic and European honours culminating in the 1970 FA Cup Final, which is regarded as one of the most physical matches in English football history.

Frequently Asked Questions about Leeds United tickets

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