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Due to overwhelming demand we are pleased to announce that season tickets are now available in the famous Elland Road Cheese Wedge.
Over 17,000 season tickets have been sold for the 2017/18 campaign, already 2,500 more than last season, as positive news continues to spill out of Elland Road following Andrea Radrizzani's purchase of the club and the stadium.
The appointment of head coach Thomas Christiansen and the signings of Hadi Sacko, Pontus Jansson, Mateusz Klich, Madger Gomes, Felix Wieldwald, Vurnon Anita and Caleb Ekuban this summer, has further increased the feel good factor around the club and supporters are responding.
Season tickets have not been available in the South East corner for more than 20 years, traditionally the area of the stadium was used for housing away supporters until 2011 when travelling fans moved over to the South corner of the West Stand and today’s news, should help to add to an already fierce atmosphere in the South Stand on matchday’s.
Leeds United Managing Director Angus Kinnear said, "We are on track to sell a record number of season tickets for a Championship season and due to this unprecedented demand we are opening the South East corner stand for season ticket sales.
“This is a great testament to the fantastic loyalty of our support and the real excitement around our prospects for next season."
Prices for season tickets in the Cheese Wedge will be the same as those in the South Stand.
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Haighy wrote:Wonder if you could swap ?
Mines in the North West corner. Might be a better atmosphere in the south east corner !!!
couple of wins early on and the south stand will be buzzing , must say though as an older 50+ supporter I prefer to watch frpm the sides as opposed to behind the goals , good look with swapping (bet they charge you an admin fee ) .
beer belly bert wrote:couple of wins early on and the south stand will be buzzing , must say though as an older 50+ supporter I prefer to watch frpm the sides as opposed to behind the goals , good look with swapping (bet they charge you an admin fee ) .
Don't think were bothering now, but cheers.
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