The RFL has asked the club to pass the following message onto our fans. Supporters are advised that it is important to keep their ticket in good condition.
The RFL has asked the club to pass the following message onto our fans. Supporters are advised that it is important to keep their ticket in good condition and to ensure that the stub is not detached from the ticket. When approaching the turnstile have the ticket ready to gain access. Hold the ticket with the barcode being the furthest part of the ticket away from you. At the turnstile, insert the ticket into the reader, see diagram on the reverse of the ticket. Food and drink concessions will open with turnstiles at 6.30pm. Bars will close at kick off, open 10 minutes before half time and close permanently 10 mins after half time. NO ALCOHOL CAN BE TAKEN INTO SEATS. Flags are only allowed on thin lightweight sticks - Fireworks, smoke canisters, knives, bottles, glasses, cans, banners, poles or other articles which might be used as a weapon or missile, are not permitted within the ground and will be confiscated. The use of foul and abusive language or obscene chanting is strictly forbidden. The use of Air Horns is strictly forbidden. Racial abuse towards any person is viewed as a criminal offence and perpetrators may face prosecution. Unauthorised persons are strictly forbidden from entering the field of play. Anyone doing so will be removed from the ground and will face prosecution. PUBLIC BAR FOR FANS AT ELLAND ROAD The RFL have informed the club that there will be public bar available for fans before Friday's game in the East Stand Pavilion near the Billy Bremner statue. The bar will be open prior to the game from 5.30pm and is free entry to all fans
Papua New Guinea Head Coach Adrian Lam was at Headingley Carnegie on Monday night to watch the Rhinos clash with St Helens as he checked out the venue where the Kumuls will take on World Champions New Zealand on Friday 8th November. Make sure you are there to see this exciting clash by visiting www.rlwc2013.com to book your ticket
We received a lovely email this morning from the dad of a family who attended the St Helens game on Monday night that we would like to share with you because it shows the unique atmosphere you help create here on match nights at Headingley Carnegie.