Fan Information for Play Off game against St Helens

14 Brad Dwyer. SL.Rd24.St.Helens v Rhinos. Fri10thSept2021. © MATTHEW MERRICK PHOTOGRAPHY

Leeds Rhinos take on St Helens in the Betfred Super League plays off semi final on Friday 30th September at the Totally Wicked Stadium, kick off 7.45pm.

Here is all the information needed for fans travelling over to the game.

Tickets and Travel

Tickets are still available until 3pm Friday but are collection only now.

As it stands at the time of this email we have one space available on our official travel leaving from Car Park F at Emerald Headingley, once this is gone the travel will then be sold out as no further coaches can be added from this point.


St Helens have recently updated us that we can now bring a small amount of collections to the Totally Wicked Stadium for Leeds Rhinos fans to collect on match night if they are unable to collect from Emerald Headingley Stadium.

We will continue to encourage fans to collect their tickets prior to travelling to St Helens from the Leeds Rhinos Ticket Office at Emerald Headingley Stadium. The Ticket Office remains closed for ticket sales, however pre-ordered tickets can be collected from the Transfer Windows inside the ground during opening hours.

Collections will be available as below

  • Thursday 30th September – 10:30am to 3:30pm
  • Friday 1st October – 10:30am to 4pm

On Thursday afternoon we will email all lead purchasers who are still to collect their tickets. This will state that these must be collected from Emerald Headingley, however, if they can’t make it to the stadium in time we can organise them to be taken to St Helens if they let us know.

Any tickets ordered from 10:30am Thursday 30th September will be able to select to collect from Emerald Headingley or Away Venue, and we will follow the below timeline to take the tickets to the away venue:

  • 3pm – those who have informed us they wish to collect from Totally Wicked Stadium before 2:30pm or have selected this when ordering tickets will be taken to across to St Helens with Leeds Rhinos Marketing.
  • 4pm – any remaining uncollected tickets will be taken down to St Helens with our official coach travel which will depart Headingley at 5pm, with the aim of getting the tickets to St Helens approx. 30 minutes before kick off.



Friday 1st October 2021 St. Helens v Leeds Rhinos kick off 7.45pm Totally Wicked Stadium, St. Helens
Information regarding COVID restrictions at the stadium  Nothing specific outside of standard ground regulations but we would ask supporters to be vigilant, use the sanitary facilities available and be respectful to other supporters.
What are the match day ticket prices and which areas of the ground are available to purchase / preferable area for Leeds Rhinos Fans to purchase?Ticket Prices for the East Stand (Standing Terrace behind the posts) Adult £23 Concessions (65+) £16 Young Adult (19-21) £16 Youth (17-18) £13 Junior (5-16) £10 Ticket Prices for the North Stand (Unreserved Seating in Blocks H and I) Adult £25.50 Concessions (65+) £19 Young Adult (19-21) £19 Youth (17-18) £15.50 Junior (5-16) £10 Tickets are subject to availability
Where can fans buy tickets on match day?St. Helens would strongly advise Leeds fans to buy from their own Club in advance of the fixture to avoid disappointment. Standing – Cash turnstiles will be in the place on the East Stand on matchday Seated – St. Helens will only be able to put tickets on the turnstiles for these blocks depending on unsold tickets from Leeds. Otherwise, a small amount of tickets will be available from St. Helens Ticket Office.
Where is the collection point for fans to collect tickets?We advise that anyone ordering tickets for collection from Leeds Rhinos collect prior to travelling. This is from the Ticket Office Transfer Windows inside the ground at Emerald Headingley Stadium.   Collections at St Helens will be available from the ticket collection point, next to the Ticket Office in the South Stand.
What time do the turnstiles open and which turnstiles would Leeds Rhinos Fans be best to use?Gates open at 6:15pm
How much are your match day programmes and where can these be purchased from?St. Helens do not sell a physical programme, only an e-programme which can be downloaded from the Club website –  
What parking (if any) is available for cars at the stadium and is there a cost? (please state if need to pre-book and how OR whether it is only available on the day)Parking for fans in on street parking only.
Where is the coach parking and is there a cost?Coach parking is available at the stadium at a price of £10 and is subject to availability  
What food is available to purchase at the stadium and where are the food concessions?At the stadium there are a number of kiosks catering for a range of hot and cold food and alcoholic/non-alcoholic drinks  
Any other information that would be good to promote to Leeds Rhinos fans ahead of the match?We are hosting a large number of NHS staff in the East Stand to thank them for their work during the Pandemic   All travelling fans are advised to check on the latest team and game news via their clubs web sites.   Leeds Rhinos –     St. Helens –