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Leeds United

Leeds United Tickets

Leeds United have a large fan base, and tickets can be difficult to obtain. Away tickets are even harder to get, as most are reserved for home fans. 

You can buy Leeds United tickets for home and away matches using the links below from our trusted retailers.

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How to Buy Leeds United Tickets: Home and Away

Buy Leeds tickets with ease from Ticket Compare. Use the above table to select a match, then compare prices from our trusted sellers. Read on for answers to frequently answered questions about how to buy Leeds tickets.


How Much are Leeds United Tickets?

The average price for a Leeds ticket is £78, but this can vary depending on the game. As with all Premier League tickets, the price in the secondary market is even higher.

These tickets are difficult to get, even with a membership. Ticket Compare can ensure you get the tickets to your chosen game and avoid disappointment. 

How Much is a Leeds United Season Ticket?

The cheapest Leeds United season ticket costs £384 and can go up to £646.

Can You Get Leeds United Tickets Without Membership?

Due to high demand for tickets, Leeds do not offer a service for groups to apply for tickets. All individuals are advised to purchase a membership to give them priority to apply for home tickets. However, even with a membership, it is still very difficult to secure a ticket and there are no guarantees. You can get hold of match-day tickets on Ticket Compare. 

Membership for Leeds United costs between £50 and £75 for adults, but does not guarantee you tickets. 

About Leeds United 

Leeds United FC, commonly referred to as Leeds United or simply Leeds, is a professional association football club in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. The club was formed in 1919 following the disbanding of Leeds City F.C. by the Football League.

The club's badge features the White Rose of York, a symbol of Yorkshire, and their anthem is an original song named 'Marching on Together’.

Find out below how to get hold of Leeds United tickets for their upcoming fixtures. 

Stadium Information

Elland Road is based in Beeston, Leeds, West Yorkshire. With an all-seated capacity of 37,792 it is the 14th largest football stadium in England. 

The address is Elland Road, Beeston, Leeds LS11 0ES. The stadium can be reached by public transport such as buses and trains. A match day shuttle bus service, numbered R2, departs from Sovereign Street to the stadium. The station is located at New Station Street, which is two miles from the stadium. You can also arrive at Elland Road by car, as the stadium is adjacent to the intersections of the M1, M62 and M621.

Honours and Trophies 

Leeds United were founding members of the Premier League in 1992 and played in the top flight of English football for all but four seasons from 1992 to 2004. They were relegated from the Premier League in 2004, but have recently seen a resurgence. 

Leeds have won three English league titles, one FA Cup, one League cup, two Community Shields and two Inter-Cities Fairs Cups.

Team Information

Leeds United has a rich history and is full of legendary players. The likes of Billy Bremner, Peter Lorimer, and Gordon Strachan are all heroes to the Leeds United fans. These players led the club to success in the 1970s and 1980s. 

Rated by many as the greatest all-around footballer to come from Britain, John Charles also made an impact during his time at Leeds United. He was never cautioned or sent off during his entire career and was nicknamed the 'Gentle Giant'.

In later years, iconic players such as Rio Ferdinand and Robbie Fowler have donned the famous white shirt. Ferdinand joined the team in 2000, becoming the captain in 2001, and Fowler played for Leeds from 2001 until 2003. More recently, notable players have included the likes of Liam Cooper and Luke Ayling.


Manchester United is considered to be Leeds’ biggest rival. The tension between Leeds and Manchester dates back to the War of the Roses, as the two cities were the largest in Yorkshire and Lancashire. The enmity continued to grow over the years, with the teams clashing in competitive matches. Their rivalry is sometimes nicknamed the Roses rivalry or the Pennines rivalry.  

Chelsea and Leeds United also have a long-standing rivalry that stems from the 1970 FA Cup final. Both clubs competed at the top end of the Premier League in the late 90s and early 2000s, where games were often hostile. The rivalry between Chelsea and Leeds has cooled down in recent years, but it is still a hotly contested fixture in English football.

During their time outside the Premier League, Leeds had some transitory rivalries with divisional competitors including Derby County, Millwall, Sheffield Wednesday and Sheffield United.