Leeds United v Norwich City – Play off 2nd Leg

Thu 16th May 2024

8:00 PM

Elland Road Stadium

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Get ready to experience the thrill and intensity of Championship football when Leeds United take on Southampton at Elland Road. Secure your seats today to be a part of the action and experience Leeds United hospitality with the Centenary Pavilion Package.

Leeds United v Southampton will take place on Saturday 4th May. Leeds made a number of new signings including Glen Kamara from Rangers, Joel Piroe from Swansea City and Ethan Ampadu from Chelsea.

The Centenary Pavilion:
The award-winning Centenary Pavilion is the perfect place to soak up the pre-match atmosphere – joining up to 1,000 fellow Leeds United fans in this fantastic match day hospitality package. Located adjacent to the East Stand, Pavilion guests can enjoy all of the VIP benefits of Leeds United hospitality whilst enjoying the largest selection of Leeds United legends who will appear on stage throughout the day.

Your matchday experience will be enhanced by local bands and artists performing live on stage and you will also be able to enjoy other live Premier League TV games shown on one of our multiple large projection screen TV’s ahead of kick off. Pavilion hospitality guests will enjoy complimentary pre-match drinks, as you choose from a selection of house wines, beers and soft drinks to quench your thirst upon arrival. A delicious three course meal will be served to your table ahead of the game whilst the atmosphere builds up to kick off. Padded match seats are situated in the centre of the East Stand Upper Tier accessed via the East Stand. At half time concourse facilities will be available to guests for refreshments.

At full time the Centenary Pavilion will reopen exclusively for Pavilion hospitality guests. One complimentary drinks voucher will be issued per guest and additional refreshments will be available to purchase via a cash bar. There will be a further opportunity to engage with our resident legends who will return to the Centenary Pavilion to provide you with their post-match analysis for the post-match party.

The Centenary Pavilion Matchday Benefits:
• Pre-match two course meal served to your table
• Third course served post-match
• Pre match complimentary house drinks package – including beer, wine & soft drinks
• Match seat located in the East Stand Upper Tier (padded halfway line seats and goal line seats availabel to purchase)
• Complimentary copy of the Official Matchday Programme and Official Team Sheet for every guest
• Entertainment & pre-match build up with Matchday Host & the biggest selection of Leeds Legends
• Live entertainment from local bands and artists
• Full time drinks voucher with legends post-match analysis

*Half time facilities will be limited to the stadium concourse areas.
**Booking of less than 10 guests will be facilitated on shared tables of 10

Please note: The Centenary Pavilion package includes seats in the East Stand Upper Tier and for safety restrictions children under the age of 5 years are not permitted and will be refused entry.

Dress Code: Casual
Casual trainers, jeans, sportswear and home replica shirts are permitted. Away colours are not permitted.

Name
Elland Road

Capacity
37,890

Address
Elland Road
Beeston
Leeds
LS11 0ES

Description
The first competitive match at Elland Road was on 23rd April 1898 in a West Yorkshire Cup final. The last modification to the stadium came in 1994 when it became an all-seater stadium.

Getting to Elland Road
By Bus
From Leeds City Centre you can take the 51 and 52 from Corn Exchange and the 55 and 55C from City Square. Please note that bus stops outside the ground are suspended one hour before and after the match.

By Train
Leeds Railway station is just a 10-minute taxi journey from Elland Road

Leeds United History
Leeds United were formed in 1919 following Leeds City FC disbanding. Leeds were placed in the second division in 1920 when the football league expanded. Perhaps Leeds’ most famous era was when Don Revie was in charge in the 60s. Upon their promotion to the first division in 1964, Leeds started to dominate the competition. During the next decade, Leeds would go on to win two league titles, both English cups and finished runners-up to Milan in the Cup Winners’ Cup.

A perfect city break destination, Leeds has everything you could want from a weekend away. There are lots of tours to take around the incredibly historical city, shop ’til you drop in one of the many shopping centres and get your taste buds flowing in any of the fantastic restaurants in the city.

Culture
Leeds Playhouse Theatre hosts a wide variety of West End plays and musical. You can also visit the City Varieties to take in music hall evenings as well as pantos throughout the year.

The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery showcases innovative exhibitions from the University of Leeds Collection. You can see displays of the finest rare books, manuscripts and art at Treasure of the Brotherton Gallery.

There are plenty of historic houses and country estates to feast your eyes on. Harewood House and Temple Newsam are just a couple of fantastic locations to spend a day at.

Food & Drink
If you’re looking for a traditional pub then look no further than the city’s oldest in Whitelocks. Take a look at The Midnight Bell which is a welcoming inn or take a tour of one the the award-winning breweries like North Brewing Co or Leeds Brewery.

You’ll find lots of restaurants that are unique to Leeds with classic British meals being served at places like Ox Club. You can sample cuisines from all over the world too with a visit to Tharavadu for Indian and Sukhothai if you’re fancying some Thai food.

If the weather is nice outside, why not take your dining outdoors. You’ll find great views of the river Aire when dining at places like Ambiente or Stew & Oyster. You’ll find Bar Soba and Gusto on Greek Street with many more restaurants making use of the outdoor space.

Nightlife
Leeds has plenty of bars and clubs on offer. Call Lane has every type of music playing that you can think of. If you’re looking for a more quirky destination, Merrion Street is full of hidden gems.

For people who want to take part in some activities on their night out with fun and games, head down to Tenpin or Roxy Lanes for some bowling. Get yourself to Junkyard Golf for some crazy gold or Roxy Ball Room for a game of beer pong.

Leeds has plenty of rooftop bars that serve impressive cocktails. Some hidden gems you might want to be on the lookout for are The Maven and The Domino Club, while Angelica, Sky Lounge and East 59th offer spectacular views.

Shopping
Victoria Gate is home to many of the world’s famous high-street and luxury brands including John Lewis, Harvey Nichols, Louis Vuitton and more. You’ll also find an array of the best restaurants and bars within the fantastic complex.

Kirkgate Market is one of Europe’s largest markets. The market has shops that sells clothes, homewares and jewellery and many different places to eat and drink.

Leeds also has many stunning Victorian arcades to explore. They all have their own unique features and charm and are locations that should not be missed during your time in Leeds.

Leonardo Hotel Leeds
Formerly Jurys Inn, Leonardo Hotel Leeds is located in Brewery Wharf in the city centre, just a short 10 minute walk from Leeds train station. The convenient location means our guests are just 7 minutes away from the main shopping district, and a short stroll from the city’s most popular bars and restaurants. The hotel is just 2.5 miles from Elland Road Stadium, meaning you’re just a 10 minute car journey from the ground.

Leonardo Hotel in Leeds has 248 bedrooms in total. More spacious than you’d expect, rooms can accommodate three adults or two adults with two children under twelve, or just one guest. The well lit, spacious feel is clearly designed around our guests’ comfort.

Address:
Leonardo Hotel Leeds
Brewery Wharf, Brewery Pl, Leeds LS10 1NE

Check In: 16:00
Check Out: 12:00

Spacious rooms
Free WiFi
Flat screen TV with Freeview
Air-con
Hair dryer
Tea and coffee refreshment dock
Spacious bathroom with complimentary toiletries
Spacious well lit work area
Selection of pillows available for your comfort
Rooms available for guests with reduced mobility

Food and drink
After a long day exploring the city, there’s nothing better than returning to your hotel for a glass of wine or a refreshing beer. At the Jurys Inn Leeds hotel they not only have a stylish on-site bar serving up drinks and snacks, but we also have a contemporary in-house restaurant. If you’re visiting as a family, we have a children’s menu too.

If you prefer the comfort of your own space, they even offer room service. You can find all the details on the menu card in your bedroom, or have a chat with the friendly staff at the front desk.

When you’re in need of a pick-me-up, you can grab a flat white or a latte at the on-site Costa Coffee bar. Relax with a book, browse the internet on our free WiFi, or have a quick espresso to prepare you for the day ahead.

Health and Leisure
If you don’t want to miss your regular workout while you’re staying in Leeds, they have a cardio gym at the hotel. Whether you want an early morning jog on the running machines or a post-meeting exercise session, their on-site gym is the perfect place to stay in shape during your visit to the city.

Who are Club Sports and Events?
We’ve been specialists in corporate hospitality and VIP experiences to the world’s most sought-after events for 20 years, so you’re in safe hands with us.

Will our seats be together?
Yes, we always guarantee seats together.

What happens if a fixture is rescheduled?
If the fixture is re-scheduled the tickets/package will automatically transfer to the new date free of charge.

Can I get a refund if I decide not to attend an event/fixture?
Unfortunately, we cannot offer a refund in these cases.

What happens if the game is moved to a new date?
Fixtures can change date and kick-off times can change as close as a couple of weeks before they’re played. Match dates and times are usually announced no later than 4 weeks before they are played. We will notify you by email once we are informed of any changes to a match date or time.

When will I receive my tickets?
No later than 3 days before the event/match.

Is this package suitable for children?
The Centenary Pavilion package includes seats in the East Stand Upper Tier and for safety restrictions children under the age of 5 years are not permitted and will be refused entry.

What do I do if I can’t find my tickets?
Please ensure to check your junk/spam folders for important information about your booking including your tickets and add our email address bookings@clubsports.uk.com to your contacts list to prevent our correspondence from being marked as junk/spam.

Can I sell my tickets to someone else?
No, tickets are non-transferable once they have been sent.

Do you offer concessions for children and senior citizens?
Unfortunately, we don’t – the football clubs or the hotels we work with don’t offer reduced rates.

Do you offer family rooms in hotels?
Yes, please contact us and let us know your requirements and we can offer a family package price.

Can I pay by cheque or cash?
No, we only accept credit or debit card payments.

Do I need Insurance?
Club Sports recommends that you purchase separate travel insurance including if you are unable to travel.

I have a query about a booking who can I contact?
If you have a query with a current booking please email bookings@clubsports.uk.com

Ticket Information

The Centenary Pavilion:
The award-winning Centenary Pavilion is the perfect place to soak up the pre-match atmosphere – joining up to 1,000 fellow Leeds United fans in this fantastic match day hospitality package. Located adjacent to the East Stand, Pavilion guests can enjoy all of the VIP benefits of Leeds United hospitality whilst enjoying the largest selection of Leeds United legends who will appear on stage throughout the day.

Your matchday experience will be enhanced by local bands and artists performing live on stage and you will also be able to enjoy other live Premier League TV games shown on one of our multiple large projection screen TV’s ahead of kick off. Pavilion hospitality guests will enjoy complimentary pre-match drinks, as you choose from a selection of house wines, beers and soft drinks to quench your thirst upon arrival. A delicious three course meal will be served to your table ahead of the game whilst the atmosphere builds up to kick off. Padded match seats are situated in the centre of the East Stand Upper Tier accessed via the East Stand. At half time concourse facilities will be available to guests for refreshments.

At full time the Centenary Pavilion will reopen exclusively for Pavilion hospitality guests. One complimentary drinks voucher will be issued per guest and additional refreshments will be available to purchase via a cash bar. There will be a further opportunity to engage with our resident legends who will return to the Centenary Pavilion to provide you with their post-match analysis for the post-match party.

The Centenary Pavilion Matchday Benefits:
• Pre-match two course meal served to your table
• Third course served post-match
• Pre match complimentary house drinks package – including beer, wine & soft drinks
• Match seat located in the East Stand Upper Tier (padded halfway line seats and goal line seats availabel to purchase)
• Complimentary copy of the Official Matchday Programme and Official Team Sheet for every guest
• Entertainment & pre-match build up with Matchday Host & the biggest selection of Leeds Legends
• Live entertainment from local bands and artists
• Full time drinks voucher with legends post-match analysis

*Half time facilities will be limited to the stadium concourse areas.
**Booking of less than 10 guests will be facilitated on shared tables of 10

Please note: The Centenary Pavilion package includes seats in the East Stand Upper Tier and for safety restrictions children under the age of 5 years are not permitted and will be refused entry.

Dress Code: Casual
Casual trainers, jeans, sportswear and home replica shirts are permitted. Away colours are not permitted.

Stadium

Name
Elland Road

Capacity
37,890

Address
Elland Road
Beeston
Leeds
LS11 0ES

Description
The first competitive match at Elland Road was on 23rd April 1898 in a West Yorkshire Cup final. The last modification to the stadium came in 1994 when it became an all-seater stadium.

Getting to Elland Road
By Bus
From Leeds City Centre you can take the 51 and 52 from Corn Exchange and the 55 and 55C from City Square. Please note that bus stops outside the ground are suspended one hour before and after the match.

By Train
Leeds Railway station is just a 10-minute taxi journey from Elland Road

Leeds United History
Leeds United were formed in 1919 following Leeds City FC disbanding. Leeds were placed in the second division in 1920 when the football league expanded. Perhaps Leeds’ most famous era was when Don Revie was in charge in the 60s. Upon their promotion to the first division in 1964, Leeds started to dominate the competition. During the next decade, Leeds would go on to win two league titles, both English cups and finished runners-up to Milan in the Cup Winners’ Cup.

Things To Do

A perfect city break destination, Leeds has everything you could want from a weekend away. There are lots of tours to take around the incredibly historical city, shop ’til you drop in one of the many shopping centres and get your taste buds flowing in any of the fantastic restaurants in the city.

Culture
Leeds Playhouse Theatre hosts a wide variety of West End plays and musical. You can also visit the City Varieties to take in music hall evenings as well as pantos throughout the year.

The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery showcases innovative exhibitions from the University of Leeds Collection. You can see displays of the finest rare books, manuscripts and art at Treasure of the Brotherton Gallery.

There are plenty of historic houses and country estates to feast your eyes on. Harewood House and Temple Newsam are just a couple of fantastic locations to spend a day at.

Food & Drink
If you’re looking for a traditional pub then look no further than the city’s oldest in Whitelocks. Take a look at The Midnight Bell which is a welcoming inn or take a tour of one the the award-winning breweries like North Brewing Co or Leeds Brewery.

You’ll find lots of restaurants that are unique to Leeds with classic British meals being served at places like Ox Club. You can sample cuisines from all over the world too with a visit to Tharavadu for Indian and Sukhothai if you’re fancying some Thai food.

If the weather is nice outside, why not take your dining outdoors. You’ll find great views of the river Aire when dining at places like Ambiente or Stew & Oyster. You’ll find Bar Soba and Gusto on Greek Street with many more restaurants making use of the outdoor space.

Nightlife
Leeds has plenty of bars and clubs on offer. Call Lane has every type of music playing that you can think of. If you’re looking for a more quirky destination, Merrion Street is full of hidden gems.

For people who want to take part in some activities on their night out with fun and games, head down to Tenpin or Roxy Lanes for some bowling. Get yourself to Junkyard Golf for some crazy gold or Roxy Ball Room for a game of beer pong.

Leeds has plenty of rooftop bars that serve impressive cocktails. Some hidden gems you might want to be on the lookout for are The Maven and The Domino Club, while Angelica, Sky Lounge and East 59th offer spectacular views.

Shopping
Victoria Gate is home to many of the world’s famous high-street and luxury brands including John Lewis, Harvey Nichols, Louis Vuitton and more. You’ll also find an array of the best restaurants and bars within the fantastic complex.

Kirkgate Market is one of Europe’s largest markets. The market has shops that sells clothes, homewares and jewellery and many different places to eat and drink.

Leeds also has many stunning Victorian arcades to explore. They all have their own unique features and charm and are locations that should not be missed during your time in Leeds.

Hotels

Leonardo Hotel Leeds
Formerly Jurys Inn, Leonardo Hotel Leeds is located in Brewery Wharf in the city centre, just a short 10 minute walk from Leeds train station. The convenient location means our guests are just 7 minutes away from the main shopping district, and a short stroll from the city’s most popular bars and restaurants. The hotel is just 2.5 miles from Elland Road Stadium, meaning you’re just a 10 minute car journey from the ground.

Leonardo Hotel in Leeds has 248 bedrooms in total. More spacious than you’d expect, rooms can accommodate three adults or two adults with two children under twelve, or just one guest. The well lit, spacious feel is clearly designed around our guests’ comfort.

Address:
Leonardo Hotel Leeds
Brewery Wharf, Brewery Pl, Leeds LS10 1NE

Check In: 16:00
Check Out: 12:00

Spacious rooms
Free WiFi
Flat screen TV with Freeview
Air-con
Hair dryer
Tea and coffee refreshment dock
Spacious bathroom with complimentary toiletries
Spacious well lit work area
Selection of pillows available for your comfort
Rooms available for guests with reduced mobility

Food and drink
After a long day exploring the city, there’s nothing better than returning to your hotel for a glass of wine or a refreshing beer. At the Jurys Inn Leeds hotel they not only have a stylish on-site bar serving up drinks and snacks, but we also have a contemporary in-house restaurant. If you’re visiting as a family, we have a children’s menu too.

If you prefer the comfort of your own space, they even offer room service. You can find all the details on the menu card in your bedroom, or have a chat with the friendly staff at the front desk.

When you’re in need of a pick-me-up, you can grab a flat white or a latte at the on-site Costa Coffee bar. Relax with a book, browse the internet on our free WiFi, or have a quick espresso to prepare you for the day ahead.

Health and Leisure
If you don’t want to miss your regular workout while you’re staying in Leeds, they have a cardio gym at the hotel. Whether you want an early morning jog on the running machines or a post-meeting exercise session, their on-site gym is the perfect place to stay in shape during your visit to the city.

FAQ’s

Who are Club Sports and Events?
We’ve been specialists in corporate hospitality and VIP experiences to the world’s most sought-after events for 20 years, so you’re in safe hands with us.

Will our seats be together?
Yes, we always guarantee seats together.

What happens if a fixture is rescheduled?
If the fixture is re-scheduled the tickets/package will automatically transfer to the new date free of charge.

Can I get a refund if I decide not to attend an event/fixture?
Unfortunately, we cannot offer a refund in these cases.

What happens if the game is moved to a new date?
Fixtures can change date and kick-off times can change as close as a couple of weeks before they’re played. Match dates and times are usually announced no later than 4 weeks before they are played. We will notify you by email once we are informed of any changes to a match date or time.

When will I receive my tickets?
No later than 3 days before the event/match.

Is this package suitable for children?
The Centenary Pavilion package includes seats in the East Stand Upper Tier and for safety restrictions children under the age of 5 years are not permitted and will be refused entry.

What do I do if I can’t find my tickets?
Please ensure to check your junk/spam folders for important information about your booking including your tickets and add our email address bookings@clubsports.uk.com to your contacts list to prevent our correspondence from being marked as junk/spam.

Can I sell my tickets to someone else?
No, tickets are non-transferable once they have been sent.

Do you offer concessions for children and senior citizens?
Unfortunately, we don’t – the football clubs or the hotels we work with don’t offer reduced rates.

Do you offer family rooms in hotels?
Yes, please contact us and let us know your requirements and we can offer a family package price.

Can I pay by cheque or cash?
No, we only accept credit or debit card payments.

Do I need Insurance?
Club Sports recommends that you purchase separate travel insurance including if you are unable to travel.

I have a query about a booking who can I contact?
If you have a query with a current booking please email bookings@clubsports.uk.com

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