Match Day Guide
Tickets for away supporters are allocated in the Western Terrace. This is located behind the posts and is all standing with no cover. Away supporters can visit the many concession food outlets and bars behind the cricket White Rose Stand.
The main stand at Emerald Headingley is all seated and incorporates the press box and corporate members seating. The players’ tunnel is situated in the middle of this stand so is a popular choice with supporters wanting to get up close and see the teams as they enter the pitch or see the interchange players waiting for their call! There is a dedicated family area in section ‘H’ of the Main stand. For more details on availability in this area contact 0371 423 1315. Please note there are some restricted viewing areas in this stand – for more details contact the ticket office on 0371 423 1315. Ideal for… the Main stand is ideal for families or supporters who want to be near the try line to witness all the action close up.
The Paddock Stand forms the lower part of the Main Stand and is very close to the on pitch action. It is a great space to be in to really feel the tension on the pitch and to get up close to the players and Ronnie! Ideal for… supporters that want to be very close to the action. Some seats are not under cover so make sure to bring your rain jacket! Carnegie Stand – Seating The Carnegie Stand is split between seating and standing. The upper tier is all seating and also has a hospitality area located at the top. The Carnegie Stand is the newest stand and has no restricted views on seating due to its innovative structure. It gives a great view of the pitch from behind the sticks and has a brilliant view from any seat that you sit in! Ideal for… supporters who enjoy a view from behind the sticks. Bring your sunglasses if it’s sunny!
Carnegie Stand – Standing
The Carnegie Terrace is always a busy area and has a great standing view from behind the sticks. It holds around 2,300 people on a match day and joins in with South Standers to create the chants that we love to hear! Ideal for… supporters who enjoy standing in a terrace area but not wanting to be in a big terrace and have a view from behind the sticks!
The South Stand is a standing terrace, which runs the length of the pitch and holds up to 7,000 supporters. It is a great place to be if you really want to take in the atmosphere created on a Rhinos match day and really feel the passion coming from the stands! This is a covered terrace so you can enjoy the match without a need for a brolly! The South Stand Band is based here so if you to choose to buy tickets here expect plenty of noise and chanting! A lot of the chants have been around for a while and you will easily pick these up after a few visits! Ideal for… those who would enjoy really getting into the spirit of a Leeds Rhinos match experience.
The Western Terrace is situated behind the sticks and is not under cover. This area is predominantly dedicated to away supporters. There are toilets and bar areas situated behind the Man Stand to your left as you are standing in the terrace. Ideal for… away or neutral supporters
Leeds Rhinos are proud to be a family orientated club and at Emerald Headingley Stadium there is lots of fun family activities every match day. From the Heart Family Zone located in the Carnegie Café Bar to the Ronnie the Rhino entertaining supporters on the pitch before and throughout the matches. The stadium has two sections in the North Stand for families which are located in ‘H’ in Main Stand and ‘HP’ in the Paddock. The club offers a great Family Membership for the season that starts from as little as £480 for 2 Adults and 2 Juniors (T&C’s Apply) making Emerald Headingley Stadium a fun place to bring your mini Rhinos fans whilst enjoying the atmosphere and match yourselves.
Visit the Heart Family Zone
The Carnegie Café Bar is open to all as a public family area on match day. Choose the Champions Choice Kids Menu with a main course, carton of juice or water and a cookie or piece of fruit, priced at just £5! There are also children’s activities on offer in the Café Bar including free face-painting and balloon twisting, a visit from Ronnie the Rhino, a mini disco and Rhinos activity sheets making this the perfect family zone.
Traditionally Leeds Rhinos play their home games on a Friday evening with kick off at 8pm. All Rhinos fixtures are available to view and download online On a game day turnstiles open 3 hours before kick off and when entering through the stadium’s turnstiles you will see a hive of activity. At the entrances there are ‘Here to Help’ volunteers who are there to help visiting fans and answer any questions they may have! Each stand has a bar that is accessible before the game to pick up alcoholic and soft drinks as well as a range of snacks. These are located in each stand minus the Western Terrace which has a bar located at the back of North Stand for any refreshment requirements.
There are a number of ways in which you can purchase tickets to see Leeds Rhinos games.
Become a Season Member
This gives you access to all of Leeds Rhinos Super League home matches plus all of home drawn Super 8 fixtures as well as other great member benefits. Memberships start from as little as £216 and interest free Direct Debit is available for payment options.
fans who cannot commit to all of the home games through the season but want to show their support for the club and also gain membership benefits. With the membership you receive a membership card that you will then upload the matches of which you can attend and use the card to gain access through the turnstiles. Supporter Memberships are priced at £10 for the season.
Individual Match Tickets
Always available from the Ticket Office, club shop or online by clicking here The contact number for the Ticket Office is: 0371 423 1315 Tickets are individually priced and vary based on the stand within the stadium, age or status (e.g. Student concessions). If you purchase a ticket online you will be given the option to print it off there and then, simply bring this along on game day and it will be scanned as you enter the stadium to grant you access. Alternatively, or for those who buy in store or via phone you can collect tickets from the Club shop in advanced of the game or at the stadium from the matchday collections office which is located on St Michael’s Lane. Tickets for popular stands often sell out ahead of game day, please check www.therhinos.co.uk for the latest ticket information ahead of the game. Tickets on a game day are available from the ticket office located on St Michael’s Lane.
The retail store is located on St Michael’s Lane and can be accessed via Gate B. The store is open Monday – Saturday 9am-5pm. On a match day the store will only be accessed by ticket holders once the turnstiles have open. If there is a fixture to be played on a Sunday then the retail store will open to match attendees and will close 20 minutes after the final whistle.
We offer all Disabled Supporters a concessionary priced ticket (upon valid proof of disability). If Disabled fans require assistance at a match we will offer an additional ticket for a Helper free of charge. The ground has several designated areas for its supporters who require a wheelchair. There is availability in the South Stand, Carnegie Stand upper and lower. These can be booked through the ticket office on 0371 423 1315. We do advise that all tickets are booked at least one week in advance to avoid disappointment. The ground has good facilities for its Disabled Supporters with 6 toilets; these are located in the Carnegie Café bar, Carnegie Upper tier, South Stand and the Main Pavilion. Also for supporters who are wheelchair users there is a lift which allows access to the upper tier of the Carnegie Stand. For visually impaired fans there are wireless headsets which receive the local hospital radio signal for most home fixtures. These are available upon request from the main pavilion.
We have many bars situated around the stadium where supporters can buy alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages:-
- Grandstand Bar (Main Stand between B & C Blocks)
- Ronnie’s Bar (Main stand West Corner)
- Sports’ Bar (Back of Main Stand Block B, on rhinos Matches only available for Rhinos members only)
- Waterhole (Cricket West Stand)
- South Stand Bar
Food outlets (vans) are situated behind Cricket West Stand, South Stand, and corner of South & Carnegie Corner and outside the Leeds Rugby Offices (Ticket Sales Office) The Carnegie Café Bar is open to all as a public family area on match day. Choose the Champions Choice Kids Menu with a main course, carton of juice or water and a cookie or piece of fruit, priced at just £5! There are also children’s activities on offer in the Café Bar including free face-painting and balloon twisting, a visit from Ronnie the Rhino, a mini disco and Rhinos activity sheets making this the perfect family zone.