Leeds United confirm Everton ticket details as fans’ return to Elland Road mapped out


Leeds United have announced there will be a freeze on season ticket prices for the 10th consecutive season as supporters prepare to return to Elland Road for the 2021/22 campaign.

Restrictions on attendance at football matches have been ended and with the first home fixture of the new season fast approaching, Leeds have released ticketing details.

The continuation of the freeze on season ticket prices keeps them in the cheapest quartile of all Premier League season tickets and there have also been freezes on children’s tickets in the Family Stand.

As supporters were unable to attend matches for all but one fixture last season, those who had concession home season tickets and were about to jump into the adult age group have been informed the price will not change until next year.


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As part of a raft of announcements, the club have also confirmed the ‘United for 20 years’ scheme has been extended until 2025 having been due to expire in 2024 and that there will be a small increase in the price of tickets for Category A and B matches, with the exception of Juniors in the Family Stand.

There will also be a new category of match, known as ‘A+’, in order to ‘reflect the different demand profile of the Premier League’.

The buying window for tickets has also been moved to 1pm in order to enable more working supporters to try purchase tickets at lunchtime.

This season will also mark the first during which Leeds have had a ticket exchange, allowing season ticket holders to sell their seats directly back to the club for individual matches. These tickets will then go back on sale to members.

Leeds have also unveiled their pricing structure for the new season, which is split into five price brands for Adults, Under-11s, Under-16s, 16-18 years and concessions.

Information on the policy for selling home tickets has also been released and will be implemented when tickets go on sale for the home clash with Everton on 10 August at 1pm.

The match will mark the first time Leeds have been able to welcome back a full crowd to Elland Road since March 2020.

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