The club can confirm that we will be opening the ‘Belle Isle terrace’ for the very first time when we entertain the Bradford Bulls on Sunday 15th July.
In 2013 the Parksiders gained permission from both Leeds City Council and the RFL to utilise the grass banking opposite the main stand. To date the grass banking has not been used but with a bumper crowd expected, the club have made the decision to open this part of the stadium for the very first time. This will mean that the South Leeds Stadium capacity will be increased to 3,450 allowing for another 1,000 spectators to watch the top of the table clash.
Tickets are now on sales for the main stand, with standing tickets (Belle Isle terrace) available from Tuesday.
Admission in all parts of the ground is: Adults £15, Concession £10 and Under 16’s FREE.
Admission to the Belle Isle terrace will be via cash or ticket. No card payments will be available.
Both the Phoenix and Dug Out bars will be open from 11am and will be showing the World Cup final (4pm kick off) following the conclusion of the rugby.
The club is urging supporters to buy tickets early from the club office to avoid long queues on the day.
Bradford Bulls have been sent an initial allocation of 1,100 tickets for the main stand and 650 for the Belle Isle terrace.
Supporters are reminded that the game is a 1pm kick off.
Office opening times are: