Tickets still available for Boxing Day clash

Seating tickets are still available for the Wetherby Whaler Festive Challenge on Boxing Day morning, kick off 11.30am but fans are urged to purchase their ticket as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

Leeds Rhinos have announced that, in light of recent Government recommendations under their Plan B regulations, they will voluntarily reduce the capacity for Headingley Stadium for the clash against Wakefield Trinity to 9,999. 

All standing tickets have now sold out but there are limited seating tickets available in all areas of the stadium.

The remaining tickets for this match can be booked now at or by calling 0371 423 1315. Leeds Rhinos 2021 and 2022 Members can still access the member’s discount on their own ticket up until midnight on Christmas Day. This is subject to availability.

The concourse areas will be controlled so that there will be fewer than 500 spectators standing indoors at any time.  

There will be no requirement to show vaccination status or a recent negative test to enter the stadium. However, the club reminds all spectators are responsible for ensuring they and everyone in your party has read the below and if any of their party have experienced any of the Covid 19 symptoms within the given timeframe, then we ask that you DO NOT travel to our stadium on match day


The game will be available to fans at a cost of £4.95 if booked before midnight on Christmas Day, please be aware the price will rise to £10 on the day of the game, so fans are encouraged to purchase in advance of game day.

In order to purchase the game, you need to be logged into your Our League account on the website. You cannot purchase within the app. The full game replay will be available to anyone who has pre-ordered the game and fans who do not purchase before the game can also pay to watch the full match again after the final hooter for £4.95. Coverage will start from 11.15am live and exclusive from Headingley Stadium with full build up and team news beforehand. Not an Our League member yet? You can join via the RFL website here Rugby League ( or download the Our League app free from the Play Store or App Store.


As it currently stands, we will not require fans to undergo tests or provide COVID vaccination certification prior to entering Headingley Stadium.

We recommend fans take a lateral flow test in advance of match day to ensure they are free of COVID-19 before attending.


All supporters aged 11 and over will be legally required to wear a face covering when located in all indoor areas, other than when eating or drinking, or where they are exempt.  Face coverings are strongly recommended when brushing past others, or when moving in or around the stadium outside in close proximity to others such as when entering the ground.


Please ensure you continue to wash your hands regularly and/or use the hand sanitiser provided.

Leeds Rhinos will continue to undertake regular cleaning of all public spaces including bars and toilets throughout match day.


We have kept aside some ‘less crowded’ areas, so should you wish to move to those areas of the stadium on match day to watch the game, please speak to a supervisor or ask at our Ticket Office and we will organise that for you.


Please ensure however you choose to travel to the stadium you do it safely and where possible, sustainably. Turnstiles will open at 10am so please allow extra time to arrive early at the stadium and help with the safe entry for all spectators into the ground. 

We ask that all supporters and visitors treat all staff and club officials with respect as we introduce these new restrictions. Abuse or threatening behaviour towards staff or club officials will not be tolerated.

Fan Information for all match attendees will be published 7 days ahead of the fixture at and all fans entering the stadium must adhere to the Stadium Ground Regulations – a copy can be found via

If you have any questions or queries, please email [email protected].

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