Essential information for Sunday’s game

If you’re coming to the game this Sunday against Bradford Bulls take a look at this essential information for the match day.


Tickets for this extra special game have SOLD OUT, making it the first sell out event since the ground underwent redevelopment.

This means there will be no option to purchase tickets on match day. Turnstiles will be open from 1pm and we’d encourage supporters to get down early to avoid congestion and disappointment.

The Ticket Office at Emerald Headingley Stadium will be open from 12noon on Sunday. If you need to collect tickets on match day, please head to the collections point. However, it’s likely to be extremely busy, so we recommend coming down early to avoid queuing.


In the South Stand sections will be closed when full and there will then be a pass out system in place so fans in these areas can get in and out. Fans arriving after sections are closed will be directed to alternative areas in the South Stand.  Fans in the Western and Extentia Stand will not be able to transfer to this stand.


If your ticket is for the South Stand, we recommend using either the South Stand turnstiles (Gate E) or St Michael’s Lane turnstiles (Gate B).

You can enter the stadium via the Kirkstall Lane turnstiles (Gate G), however you will be required to walk around the stadium underneath the Cricket concourse to the St Michael’s Lane side of the stadium and round the back of the Extentia Stand to access the South Stand. Please note, there is no access via the Western Terrace.


Bag searches are in operation at all turnstiles and bags must be no larger than an A4 piece of paper. Please note, that all tickets will be checked upon entry into the stands. If you have any issues with your match day experience, please text our Fan’s Phone on 07500 312 832.

Please note that during the match day entertainment (pre, half time and post-match) there may be the occasional use of pyrotechnics, flashing floodlights special effects and flash photography.


There is no parking inside the stadium. For details about various transport options to travel to and from the stadium click here.


First Bus have kindly offered to donate £1 to Rob Burrow’s fund for every £2 Adult single ticket sold on their bus services to the Rhinos game at Emerald Headingley against Bradford Bull on Sunday. 

There are a number of bus services that travel to the stadium and the £2 Adult single ticket is available on the First Bus App.  Download the First Bus App by CLICKING HERE and plan and buy your travel in advance.

There is no parking available at Emerald Headingley Stadium so we recommend that supporters use public transport.  There are two local train station near the stadium – Burley Park and Headingley and the stadium is well connected to bus links.  Please see below for details of services.


Remember only South Stand match ticket holders can use the South Stand turnstiles, whilst the St Michael’s Lane and Kirkstall Lane turnstiles allow access for all match ticket holders.

All fans are welcome to use the facilities in the North Stand and South Stand concourses on match day even if they don’t have a valid ticket for that stand. Tickets will be checked on entry through the vomitories to the stands, so please note that there’s no access to the seats (North or South Stand) or the South Stand Terrace without a valid match ticket for that area.


To see our full ground regulations CLICK HERE