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23rd January 2022 | KO 15:00 | Odsal Stadium | Friendly

Ticket and Fan Information for Bradford Bulls this Sunday

The Rhinos will take on Bradford Bulls in their second pre-season game of the year at Odsal on Sunday 23rd January, kick off 3pm.

Below is some essential information for fans who are travelling to support the boys on Sunday.

Essential Information

Information regarding COVID restrictions at the stadium

Every spectator (who is 18 or over) must show one of the following before being allowed access to the stadium:

  • NHS COVID Pass or Vaccination Card (and be fully vaccinated for over two weeks)
  • Negative COVID test result in the previous 48 hours (via email/text from NHS) – results must be registered via https://www.gov.uk/report-covid19-result
  • Approved medical exemption

Remember that you must not attend a match if you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or if you are at risk of passing on COVID-19.

If you are unable to present a valid NHS COVID Pass or proof of a negative COVID-19 test when asked to do so, entry to the stadium will be declined in line with legal requirements, unless you are exempt.


How do I download my NHS COVID Pass?

Information about how to download your NHS COVID Pass can be found here (https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/covid-pass ). Alternatively, you can use your vaccination card or request a printed COVID Pass letter from the NHS by telephoning 119 or by visiting the NHS website here.

We recommend you use the NHS App option to add your COVID Pass to your Apple Wallet or Google Pay Wallet or download a PDF copy. This will help to avoid delays if you have mobile data connectivity issues on matchday.

If I have not been vaccinated, can I still attend a match?

Yes. If you have not been vaccinated or do not have a valid NHS COVID Pass, you can also take a COVID-19 test within 48 hours of matchday, register it with the NHS  and present proof of your negative result (SMS or email). You can find more information about where you can get a Lateral Flow Test here.

Tests can be ordered for free here (subject to availability).

If I am medically exempt, what should I do?

You can apply for medical exemption here COVID-19 medical exemptions: proving you are unable to get vaccinated – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk) or by telephoning 119.

In the event that your medical exemption has not been processed in advance of the match you are attending, please take a COVID-19 test within 48 hours of matchday, register it with the NHS and bring proof of your negative result with you (SMS or email).

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?   

Purchasing in advance is advised due to the price increase on matchday.

Advance Adult price £10

Matchday Adult price £20

All tickets must be purchased via Bradford’s website www.bradfordbulls.co.uk or by phoning 0333 323 5075 and select option 1

Leeds Rhinos fans are advised to go to the North Stand behind the sticks.

Where can fans buy tickets on match day?

Tickets can be purchased for The Bradford Bulls Team Shop, which is situated on Stadium Road by Car Park B or on the gate.

Where is the collection point for fans to collect tickets?

Ticket collection point is in The Bradford Bulls Team Shop, which situated on Stadium Road by Car Park B.

What time do the turnstiles open and which turnstiles would Leeds Rhinos Fans be best to use?

The turnstiles will open at 1pm to allow for COVID checks to take place. Further information regarding turnstile numbers will be available towards the end of the week via the Bradford Bulls website

What parking (if any) is available for cars at the stadium and is there a cost? 

There will be limited parking available in Car Park B, priced at £5. A second car park is also available in Richard Dunnes Car Park. Again, priced at £5 per car.

Car Parking is available to pre-book online at bradfordbullstickets.seatedly.com

Where is the coach parking and is there a cost?

There is no cost for fan’s coaches but parking is dependant on volume of cars in local vicinity. Anyone taking a coach is advised to contact Bradford Bulls on 0333 323 5075 and select option 1.

What food is available to purchase at the stadium and where are the food concessions?

Food concessions outlets are available for all fans in and around the ground.

What bars are open for Leeds Rhinos Fans to purchase drinks from?

The North Stand has an external bar at the back of the Terracing. Access to the Touchdown Bar is also available.

Are there any other food or drink recommendations prior to entering the ground that you would like us to promote?            There are a number of local pubs, all a short walk from Odsal Stadium. The Top House and Q Gardens are roughly 100 yards from the stadium. The Woodman is roughly a 10 minute walk down Manchester Road.

What pre-match entertainment is taking place on the pitch prior to kick off and from what time?

There will be inflatable activities for kids on the concourse by the North Stand before and during the game.

Any other information that would be good to promote to Leeds Rhinos fans ahead of the match?

All travelling fans are advised to check on the latest team and match news via their clubs websites.

Leeds Rhinos – www.therhinos.co.uk

Bradford Bulls – www.bradfordbulls.co.uk


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Bradford Bulls 12 Leeds Rhinos 30

Friendly. Bulls v Rhinos. Sun 23rd Jan2022.© MATTHEW MERRICK PHOTOGRAPHY (1)

An impressive second half fightback saw a young Leeds Rhinos side beat Bradford Bulls 30-12. A double from Max Simpson plus further tries from Alex Mellor, Kai Morgan and Liam Tindall ensured the visitors overturned a 12-0 half time deficit.

Jack Walker and Liam Sutcliffe made their return to action for the first time following injury layoffs as head coach Richard Agar named a young squad for the derby match. Levi Edwards and Corey Johnson both made their first appearances of pre season as Johnson, Muizz Mustapha and Jarrod O’Connor looked to impress Bradford coach John Kear before the trio joins the Bulls on loan. Jack Sinfield started in the halves with Sutcliffe, who captained the side, while reserves and Under-18s players Joe Hird, Kai Morgan, Alfie Edgell and Joe Gibbons came from the bench.

Bradford opened the scoring six minutes into the match with Kieran Gill. After starting the match slowly and being pressured by the Rhinos, the home side broke the deadlock as Dec Patton opened up Leeds’ left edge and passed for Gill to beat Jack Broadbent and score.

After Alex Mellor had come off for a HIA, Leeds continued to mount pressure on the Bulls with grubber kicks into the in goal area. The best chance for points came as Liam Sutcliffe stabbed a kick in for Walker to touchdown, but Dawson-Jones was up to the task and ran the ball dead. Rhyse Martin was also proving dangerous as he wriggled out of tackles but still Leeds remained scoreless.

Against the run of play, a penalty for a head high tackle led to Bradford scoring their second try of the game. As they marched downfield, both AJ Wallace and George Flanagan came close to the try line, only to be denied by good Leeds defence, before Billy Jowitt’s kick ahead was collected by former Rhino Rhys Evans, who had a simple score. Patton converted to make the score 12-0.

As half time loomed, both sides were involved in a scuffle, igniting both set of fans in the stands. A heavy tackle on Jack Sinfield saw the Leeds players react and there was a coming together. After the officials intervened, both Dawson-Jones and Muizz Mustapha were shown yellow cards as the referee signalled half time.


The second half saw Leeds’ fortunes turn as they scored five unanswered tries.

An electric start saw Jarrod O’Connor break away downfield for what looked to be a certain try. Bradford’s cover defence came across to stop the loose forward but he still managed to get the ball away for Alex Mellor, who scored Leeds’ first points of the game.

In a matter of minutes, the score was level. Young centre Max Simpson had been quiet in the first half but as he took an offload back inside from Walker, Simpson wowed the crowd with a great show of pace to score under the posts. Rhyse Martin converted both tries to make the score 12-12.

Agar began to reel the changes, bringing on the likes of Oli Field and Mackenzie Turner from the bench, but Leeds’ attack continued to flow. This time it was Liam Tindall who benefitted as Sinfield produced a first class pass to put the winger over in the corner.

Now with a six point lead, Bradford began to feel the pressure and started to throw the ball around to create opportunities. Knock ons and errors though energised the Rhinos, who didn’t look back before full time. Under-18s academy player Kai Morgan continued the scoring for Leeds as he spotted a gap in the Bulls defence to drive through and score a great individual solo effort, before a second try from Simpson rounded off a brilliant afternoon and fightback for the Rhinos; the final score 30-12.