Rhinos to kick off season against Hull FC as part of historic double header

Leeds Rhinos will start their 2020 Betfred Super League season with a home fixture against Hull FC as part of an historic double header at Emerald Headingley on Sunday 2nd February.

It will be the first time the Rhinos have started their season with a home fixture since the 2016 campaign and the game will be part of the first ever Super League double header, with Brian McDermott’s Toronto Wolfpack playing their first Super League game against Castleford Tigers at 2:30pm ahead of the Rhinos’ opener at 4.45pm. 

Richard Agar’s team will then travel to Yorkshire rival Huddersfield Giants in their first away fixture of the season.  Hull KR will be the second team to visit Emerald Headingley and this will be followed by an away fixture to 2019 Grand Finalists Salford Red Devils and a home tie against Challenge Cup winners Warrington Wolves.

In March the Rhinos will welcome Super League’s newest team, Toronto Wolfpack, before travelling to Perpignan for their first fixture of the season against Catalans Dragons.  Super League Champions St Helens will visit Emerald Headingley on 20th March in front of the Sky cameras and the month will be complete when Luke Gale takes on his former club, Castleford Tigers, at the Mend-A-Hose Jungle.

The Easter weekend sees a significant change in 2020 with teams playing once across the Easter Weekend, with player welfare at the heart of the decision and the round of fixtures will kick off with Rhinos hosting Wakefield Trinity on Thursday 9th April.

In May the Rhinos travel to St James’s Park for the Magic Weekend fixture against Hull FC and on 30th May the club will take on Catalans Dragons for the second time, with the fixture this time taking place at the iconic Stade Ernest Wallon Stadium in Toulouse.

In August the Rhinos will make their first trip to the Lamport Stadium to face the Wolfpack before they host Catalans Dragons at Emerald Headingley for the third game against the French side.

1 Sunday, Feb 2 (Sky) Hull FC Emerald Headingley Stadium Home 4.45pm
2 Sunday, Feb 9 Huddersfield Giants John Smiths Stadium Away 3pm
3 Friday, Feb 14 (Sky) Hull Kingston Rovers Emerald Headingley Stadium Home 7.45pm
4 Saturday, Feb 22 Salford Red Devils AJ Bell Stadium Away 2pm
5 Friday, Feb 28 (Sky) Warrington Wolves Emerald Headingley Stadium Home 7.45pm
6 Thursday, Mar 5 (Sky) Toronto Wolfpack Emerald Headingley Stadium Home 7.45pm
7 Saturday, Mar 14 Catalans Dragons Stade Gilbert Brutus Away 6pm
8 Friday, Mar 20 (Sky) St Helens Emerald Headingley Stadium Home 7.45pm
9 Thursday, Mar 26 (Sky) Castleford Tigers The Mend-A-Hose Jungle Away 7.45pm
10 Thursday, Apr 9 (Sky) Wakefield Trinity Emerald Headingley Stadium Home 7.45pm
11 Friday, Apr 17 (Sky) Wigan Warriors DW Stadium Away 7.45pm
12 Friday, Apr 24 Warrington Wolves Halliwell Jones Stadium Away 7.45pm
13 Friday, May 1 Salford Red Devils Emerald Headingley Stadium Home 7.45pm
14 Friday, May 15 Huddersfield Giants Emerald Headingley Stadium Home 7.45pm
15 Saturday, May 23 (Sky) Hull FC St James Park, Newcastle Away 7.30pm
16 Saturday, May 30 Catalans Dragons Stade Ernest Wallon Away 6pm
17 Friday, Jun 12 St Helens Totally Wicked Stadium Away 7.45pm
18 Sunday, Jun 21 Wakefield Trinity Emerald Headingley Stadium Home 3pm
19 Sunday, Jun 28 Salford Red Devils AJ Bell Stadium Away 3pm
20 Friday, Jul 3 Wigan Warriors Emerald Headingley Stadium Home 7.45pm
21 Friday, Jul 10 Castleford Tigers Emerald Headingley Stadium Home 7.45pm
22 Sunday, Jul 26 Hull Kingston Rovers Hull College Craven Park Away 3pm
23 Sunday, Aug 2 Toronto Wolfpack Lamport Stadium Away 1.30pm
24 Friday, Aug 7 Catalans Dragons Emerald Headingley Stadium Home 7.45pm
25 Friday, Aug 14 Hull FC KCOM Stadium Away 7.45pm
26 Friday, Aug 21 St Helens Emerald Headingley Stadium Home 7.45pm
27 Sunday, Aug 30 Hull Kingston Rovers Hull College Craven Park Away 3pm
28 Friday, Sep 4 Castleford Tigers Emerald Headingley Stadium Home 7.45pm
29 Friday, Sep 11 Wakefield Trinity Mobile Rocket Stadium Away 7.45pm

Season Memberships on sale now

2020 memberships are now on sale. As well as securing your seat at every home Super League game, you’ll also get loads of other great benefits too! These include:

  • Free Away Travel to one away Super League match (excludes selected trips/travel)
  • ‘Bring a Friend for Free’ Voucher (selected fixtures only)
  • 50% off your Magic Weekend ticket
  • Discounts and priority purchase for non-league, play-off and cup matches
  • Free copy of the Official 2020 Club Handbook
  • Leeds Rhinos Retail Members Offers
  • ‘Buy Backs’ available for games you can’t attend

Season Membership prices are frozen from 2019, with seated positions starting from £300 for adults, £240 for concessions and from just £80 for juniors. A full list of prices for all areas of the ground can be found by CLICKING HERE

2019 Seated Season Members have got just one week left to renew for the 2020 Super League season, with renewals ending at 5pm on Saturday 9th November.