Wolves are on the road once again this weekend as Bruno Lage’s squad aim to make it four consecutive wins away as they head to Yorkshire to take on Leeds United.
A sell-out allocation of almost 3,000 supporters will be heading to Elland Road on Saturday for the 3pm Premier League kick-off, and supporters without a ticket are asked not to travel to Leeds.
In order to ensure a speedy and safe entry into the ground, Leeds are asking supporters not to bring any bags to the stadium.
Covid safety information
If you are feeling unwell with Covid-19 symptoms or any cold or flu-type symptoms, please do not attend the game.
Covid-19 status certification spot checks will be in place for Saturday’s fixture and supporters are encouraged to obtain an NHS Covid Pass via the NHS App or NHS website. Details of how to obtain an NHS Covid Pass is available here.
Any children under the age of 18 are exempt from Covid certification checks.
On matchdays, a shuttle bus service operated by First Leeds Buses, numbered R2, departs from Sovereign Street, adjacent to Leeds station, to Elland Road.
The service will depart from 1.30pm on Saturday and runs at frequent intervals until kick-off. At the end of the match, a frequent service will operate back to Leeds city centre. Prices are £3 return for adults and £1.50 children/OAPs. Single journeys are priced at £2 adults and £1 children/OAPs.
Bus numbers 51, 52 and 55 also travel from Leeds City Centre along Elland Road and stop outside of the stadium. Along Elland Road, please note that bus stops outside the ground are suspended one hour before and one hour after a home match.
There is also a shuttle bus service from Morley to the Stadium and Pudsey to the stadium, both dropping and returning from the Metro bus park post-match.
There are a number of Leeds City Council controlled car parks situated around the stadium. The current charges for parking are; cars £6, mini coaches £12, coaches £20. Street parking is restricted due to resident permits. There are also two park and ride carparks at Stourton and Temple Green.
An automated turnstile system is in place at Elland Road. For security and safety reasons, all match tickets are barcoded. In order to gain entry, supporters are asked push the turnstile to check it is locked from the previous supporter.
Match ticket holders need to insert the barcode portion of the ticket into the reader, when the green light illuminates, push against the turnstile to access the stadium.
Leeds operates a full search regime including dogs, for the safety of spectators coming to the ground, and ask supporters to arrive early to ensure everyone is inside the stadium before kick-off.
The dedicated away fans bar, Howards, will open from 1pm, while inside the ground, Leeds will be selling food and drinks, including alcohol.
Elland Road has headsets for visually impaired supporters, which are available to pre book, but a £20 deposit is required. For further information on Leeds’ disabled facilities and ticket policies, contact the Disability Liaison Officer on 0113 367 6178.
Further information for supporters attending Saturday’s fixture can be found here.