• Leeds Rhinos
  • 42 - 12

  • Wigan Warriors
  • Leeds Rhinos
  • HT 24 - 6
  • Wigan Warriors
21st July 2022 | KO 20:00 | Headingley Stadium | Betfred Super League

Wigan Warriors Match Ticket Information

The Rhinos’ clash with Wigan Warriors is one of the highlight matches of a Betfred Super League season and tickets are available for this year’s meeting at Headingley on Thursday 21st July, kick off 8pm.

To buy tickets, go to tickets.therhinos.co.uk or call the ticket office on 0371 423 1315. Opening hours: Monday-Friday 10.30am-3.30pm (excluding Bank Holidays). Ticket prices in the famous Tetley’s South Stand terrace start from:

£24 for adults

£12 for juniors*

£16 for concessions*

*Concessions = Seniors aged 65 and over, students and Under 21s (Valid ID required), Disabled (ambulant and wheelchair)

*Juniors aged 16 and under (ID required)

*Disabled fans are entitled to a free companion ticket upon proof of companion allowance

Advance ticket prices are valid until midnight the day before the match.

Travelling to the stadium

How to get to Headingley

Please ensure however you choose to travel to the stadium you do it safely and where possible sustainably. Turnstiles will open at 3 hours before kick off so please allow extra time to arrive early at the stadium and help with the safe entry for all spectators into the ground.

How to get to Headingley Stadium

Travel to Headingley with First Bus

Don’t forget when you are travelling to the stadium First Bus are offering 50% a single ticket when travelling to and from Leeds Rhinos Home Super League match throughout 2022 when you download the First Bus App!

Coach Parking

All coach parking is available on St Michaels Lane (near the allotments – there is no access via the railway bridge on St. Michaels Lane for coaches). A map showing the best route to the coach parking area can be obtained by contacting the Ticket Office on 0371 423 1315.

Ticket Information

Leeds Rhinos Ticket Office

Leeds Rhinos Ticket Office will open approximately 4 hours before kick off on matchday for ticket sales and collections.

For Thursday’s fixtures the phone lines (0371 423 1315) will be open from 10:30am.

Don’t forget we are open during the game too if you need any assistance and will close 20 minutes after the final whistle.

Can I purchase tickets in advance?

As all ticket prices increase by £3 and all promotions finish from midnight the day before a match day buying in advance of matchday we recommend purchasing your tickets before matchday.

Tickets can be purchased online at tickets.therhinos.co.uk up until half an hour before kick off.

Alternatively, tickets can be purchased by calling Leeds Rhinos Ticket Office on 0371 423 1315. Phone lines are open from 10.30am – 3.30pm (Monday – Friday excluding Bank Holidays. Phone lines on match day open at the same time as the Ticket Office). Please note the Ticket Office at Headingley Stadium remains closed.

Group discounts (Advanced sales only)

Purchase 15 tickets or more for a Leeds Rhinos Home Game in 1 transaction and receive £5 off each ticket in your basket. Available for all Betfred Super League games and in any area of the ground.

Can I purchase tickets on matchday?

As all ticket prices increase by £3 and all promotions finish from midnight the day before a match day buying in advance of matchday we recommend purchasing your tickets before matchday however if you have a last minute urge to watch some Rugby League we also sell tickets on the day of the game; but please be aware purchasing tickets on match day is always subject to availability and cannot be guaranteed. Please ensure you check therhinos.co.uk or Leeds Rhinos Official social channels before travelling.

On the turnstiles – Fans can purchase tickets which covers entry for the Global East Stand Terrace and Western Terrace via the Kirkstall Lane and St Michaels Lane turnstiles on match day using contactless payment with either a credit or debit card or payment using a smartphone. Cash is no longer accepted as payment on the turnstiles. Turnstiles on match day open 3 hours before kick off.

From the Ticket Office – Leeds Rhinos Ticket Office on St Michaels Lane is open from 4 hours before kick off (subject to change) and fans can purchase tickets for Global East Stand Seating, North Stand and South Stand seating and standing in the South Stand Terrace. Card payments are preferred.

Online – Tickets can be purchased online at tickets.therhinos.co.uk up until 30 minutes before kick off and tickets will be sent to your email address so you can use them on your smartphone at the turnstiles.

Which stand shall I go in?

South Stand Terrace* – standing along the side of the pitch, mostly undercover. Wheelchair accessible spaces situated at the front of the terrace.

South Stand Seating – reserved seating along the side of the pitch above the south stand terrace, all undercover. Wheelchair accessible spaces situated within the seated area in front of the press area.

Global East Stand Terrace – standing behind the rugby posts, mostly undercover. Wheelchair accessible spaces situated at the front of the terrace.

Global East Stand Seats – reserved seating behind the rugby posts above the global east stand terrace, all undercover. Wheelchair accessible spaces situated at either side of seated areas.

North Stand Seats – reserved seating along the side of the pitch mostly undercover (front 7 rows subject to inclement weather). Wheelchair accessible spaces situated on 3rd floor of stand.

Western Terrace – standing behind the rugby posts, not undercover. Wheelchair accessible spaces not available in this stand.

*Juniors aged 16 and under who would like tickets in the South Stand Terrace must be accompanied by an adult.

Can I move around the ground?

Fans with South Stand tickets can enter the stadium by all turnstiles.

Fans with tickets for North Stand, Global East Stand and West Terrace can enter via St Michaels Lane (Gate B) or Kirkstall Lane (Gate G) turnstiles only.

Fans cannot tranfers in either direction across the South West corner (between West Terrace and Tetley’s South Stand).

Please ensure you give yourselves plenty of time on match day to get to your position.

Digital Tickets

Leeds Rhinos tickets are available either to Print @ Home or can used on smartphones. Digital ticket FAQS can be found by CLICKING HERE.


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Leeds Rhinos 42 Wigan Warriors 12

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Leeds Rhinos pulled off a thrilling performance in front of a packed out Headingley as Rohan Smith’s side dominated Wigan Warriors 42-12; six different players scoring tries for the Rhinos.

Playing their first match on home soil in two months, Smith made a handful of changes from the side that were defeated in Toulouse the week before. Liam Sutcliffe returned, after being a late withdrawal in France, as well as Harry Newman and Zak Hardaker, who slotted in at full back. Yusuf Aydin made his debut for the club, after joining on a two week loan from Wakefield, and was joined on the bench by Muizz Mustapha.

From the off, Leeds were quick to take the high ground with an early try from Liam Sutcliffe. Wigan had been caught offside, gifting Leeds the chance to attack the try line, and as Richie Myler hoisted a fifth tackle kick up towards David Fusitu’a and Liam Marshall, the ball came back off the Warriors player and into the arms of Sutcliffe, who managed to ground the ball. The decision was handed up to the video referee, who gave the try the green light.

Minutes later, it was two tries as the Rhinos fans couldn’t believe what they were seeing. Bevan French had a chance for the visitors to respond but Leeds were proving too strong in attack; Jarrod O’Connor making a great break down the middle through the heart of the Wigan defence. Camped on the try line, Myler produced a great ball for James Bentley, who cut between Jake Bibby and Cade Cust to score. Martin converted both tries to make the score 12-0.

A controversial try saw French get Wigan’s first try of the evening – the winger looking to have knocked on in the build up – but it didn’t dampen Leeds spirits as former cherry and white Zak Hardaker made an intelligent half break before Ash Handley intercepted a pass from Jai Field but he was agonisingly chased down.

As the clock approached ten minutes to go, the seal finally blew open for Leeds to grab their third of the game and put a good foothold on the score board. Good defence from Bodene Thompson forced the ball free from Kaide Ellis’ grasp 20 metres from his try line and off the back of strong drives from Donaldson and O’Connor, a nice flat pass from Cam Smith put Martin over, despite Farrell’s best efforts.

Converting his own try to make the score 18-6, it didn’t take long for try assister Smith to become a try scorer. Managing to wriggle out of the challenge of Harry Smith, the stand in half back made a dive for the line himself and slammed the ball down for the try, after the video referee had awarded the four pointer. Martin kept up his 100% record to send the home side into the break 24-6 up.


The second half was equally as destructive as the Rhinos flexed their muscles in defence and showed speed and agility in attack.

Wigan actually started the half the better of the two sides, French and Field again running the show, but it came to nothing as Myler swooped up Cust’s poor ball before Handley intercepted another pass to break away. Wigan’s Marshall made a great defensive play to halt the Leeds’ man’s progress but it only delayed the inevitable as Newman snuck over out of acting half.

Donaldson tried to add his name to the scorers list, only to be denied by the video referee as he was judged not to have grounded the ball correctly under the posts. Off the back of that, and an offside penalty, Wigan finally gave their fans something to cheer about as a clever kick by French on the run found Bibby, who won the race to dot the ball down in front of the Western Terrace.

Good defence continued from the home side as even with youngsters Muizz Mustapha, Yusuf Aydin and Morgan Gannon coming off the bench, the Rhinos held their own against a more experienced Wigan pack. They earned their rewards too as Myler forced a goal line drop out with a clever kick behind Bibby. Handley couldn’t believe his luck when he was stopped short of the white line again but nevertheless, on the fifth tackle, Brad Dwyer took matters into his own hands to dive out of dummy half and duck through two Warriors defenders to promote the ball over the try line.

Leeds finally rounded off the result as Mustapha managed to get his first try for the club in a last ditch drive for the line. Myler had caught Wigan’s defenders napping on the edge and he danced through to get into the backfield. French was there to meet him but conceded a penalty for a dangerous tackle, and off the back of it Mustapha put his head down and drove over to kick start the celebrations. Martin converted his xth of the night to seal a memorable 42-12 win in front of the Rhinos faithful.