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Elland Road seating?

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

The parking, on-site bar and everything else is great, but the away seating is woefully lacking. There’s space for plenty of fans (some 3,000 seats) but that’s where the ‘space’ ends. The legroom is minimal, to put it politely, and the chairs are an uncomfortable blend of cheap plastic and old wood! Given the size and reputation of the stadium, I’d expect better. There are also quite a few obstructed views, with supporting pillars in the way.

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

Leeds fans have contested which stand has the best atmosphere for years – but it is universally acknowledge that the most lively fans sit behind the goals. Many fans also prefer to sit in the corners of these stands as sitting behind the goal here can give an odd perception of the pitch. – A ticket here will cost you £26 for a normal category B match – which really isn’t bad.

Although the West and the East stands run the length of the pitch and offer the best views – the atmosphere here is more of a family one, with the die-hards behind the goals. The West Stand has a little more leg room, and is a bit older than the other stands – more in the sense of having history though than anythign negative. Tickets prices start at £34

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