Elland Road, home to Leeds United is an all-seater stadium, with a capacity of 40,204.
The Revie Stand, named after the club’s most successful manager and former player, occupies the North end of the ground. Formerly a standing terrace, it had 7,000 seats installed prior to its re-opening for the 1995-96 season. The East Stand runs the length of the east side of the pitch and is the most recent stand in the stadium. The two-tiered structure was opened during the 1993-94 season with a build cost of £5.5 million.
The South Stand is situated behind the goal at the south end of the ground. It was built in 1974 at a cost of £500,000 to replace the Scratching Shed, which had been there since the 1920s. It comprises two small tiers intersected with a row of 32 executive boxes and an executive restaurant. The South-East Corner seats 1,710 fans and is usually used to house the away fans. The John Charles Stand runs the length of the west side of the pitch and houses the players’ tunnel and Directors’ box, along with corporate hospitality facilities.
How to Get to Elland Road
For satnav purposes the postcode of the Elland Road Stadium is LS11 0ES.
From the North, follow the A58 or A61 into the city centre then follow signs for the M621. After 1½ miles, exit the motorway, joining the A643 and following it into Elland Road. Having passed the ground on the right the entrances to the club car parks become visible.
Drivers coming from the South should follow the M1, exiting onto the M621. Having passed the ground on the left, leave the motorway at the next exit and turn left onto the ring road (A6110). Elland Road is the first right turn. The car park entrances are on both sides of the road just after the railway bridge.
Leeds train station is around a 35 minute walk from the station. However, a shuttle bus service operates to the ground from near the station.
On exiting the station, cross the road and take the steps to the street below. Turn right and cross the road, where a row of double-decker buses will be waiting. The shuttle bus service picks up and drops off at the corner of the Revie (North) and East Stands. Click here to check the current train timetables
Leeds Bradford airport is the nearest, at a distance of about 7 miles. There are regular bus and rail links from the airport to Leeds city centre. Click here to check the current flight times
There are several taxi companies in Leeds that can take you to and from Elland Road. You can always prebook a private hire taxi, or hail a black cab on any highway.
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Where to Park?
The club has ample car parking facilities at the ground (see “By Road,” above). Most visiting fans recommend car park “A” for a quick getaway following the match.
Leeds United FC Details
|Address||Elland Rd, Beeston, Leeds LS11 0ES|
|Tel Number||0871 334 1919|
Away Friendly Pubs Near Elland Road
The nearest pub to the ground, the Old Peacock, behind the South Stand should be avoided.
However, the Drysalters, a 10-minute walk from the ground, offers a friendly welcome to away fans, competitively priced beers and large screen Sky TV.
Hotels Near Elland Road
The Novotel Leeds Centre, 4 Whitehall, Whitehall Quay, Leeds LS1 4HR is centrally located, just a few hundred yards from Leeds railway station. Guest reviews suggest that this modern hotel offers stylish and contemporary accommodation at value-for-money prices.
The Hilton Leeds City, Neville Street, Leeds LS1 4BX is adjacent to the railway station, with quick and easy access to the M621. Guest reviews suggest that it provides excellent value and is just 1½ miles from the Elland Road ground.
What Have Other Away Fans Said About Their Trip to Elland Road?
The majority of away fans have reported Elland Road as an enjoyable day out. However, many have reported trouble at cup ties against local rivals and appropriate caution is advised in and around the ground.
Visitors have complained that facilities within the away section are basic and seats have little legroom. Stewards are reported as being “over the top,” ejecting fans from the ground for swearing, without prior warning