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Leeds United announce single match ticket price freeze

Club will also switch to a two class ticket system, with Category “A” and Category “B” matches

Scotland v USA - Group B: Rugby World Cup 2015 Photo by Jan Kruger/Getty Images

Leeds United have announced that they are going to be freezing single-match ticket prices for the 2018-19 season.

The club also announced that they will be switching to a two category classification system from last year’s three category classification system. This year will see matches classified as either “Class A” or “Class B.” The “Class A+” has been discontinued after it was not used once last season.

Leeds will also be offering a new ticket option, with the East Stand Upper Wing (the last eight rows) being sold at advanced prices of £35 for Category A and £33 for Category B matches.

Junior supporters will still be quite affordable, with the club offering tickets for just £5 for Under 11s in the Family area.

Managing Director Angus Kinnear told the club’s official website:

We are delighted to be able to offer a price freeze on match ticket prices for the new campaign.

Last season our supporters at Elland Road showed tremendous loyalty towards the club, which was appreciated by everyone.

This season, if we are to be successful, your support is going to be invaluable once again and we hope to have many capacity crowds at Elland Road, in what we hope will be a very exciting season under new head coach Marcelo Bielsa.

Season tickets are still available from £349 for adults and £72 for juniors. Check the club’s website for more details.