Elland Road is situated to the south west of Leeds city centre and as well as hosting the Leeds United home games, is the venue for a wide range of other events from pop concerts to wedding fairs. Get behind the scenes on a stadium tour, or simply pick up some Leeds United merchandise in the club store.
Elland Road is close to the M1, M62 and M621 and if you are visiting away from match days, there is plenty of parking around the stadium. On match days public transport is easiest, with a shuttle bus running from Leeds station to the ground. The 51, 52, 54, 55 and 55C bus routes also stop by the stadium.
One of the most popular ways of seeing the stadium, including areas usually closed to the public, is by taking a stadium tour. Book your slot online to enjoy views from the VIP hospitality area, or step in the footsteps of your heroes with a walk up the tunnel.
The club shop at Elland Road Stadium is the largest in Leeds and stocks a huge range of replica kit and Leeds United souvenirs. The store is open Monday to Saturday 9am to 5.30pm and from 10am to 4pm on Sunday.
Elland Road's proximity to the motorway network makes it easy to combine a football match with lots of other events close by in Leeds or further afield elsewhere in Yorkshire. This region is one of the UK's most beautiful and it's definitely worth taking the time to explore.
To the east of Leeds is the ancient city of York, with its walled centre, Viking heritage, castle and superb shopping. York's compact centre is perfect for exploring on foot with the crooked shops of the Shambles attracting most visitors. History buffs shouldn't miss Jorvik, an exhibition all about life in York's Viking past.
The enormous stately home of Castle Howard is one of England's finest mansions. Visitors can marvel at the sumptuous, antique filled interiors or find a quiet space to relax in the gardens.
One of Leeds' quirkiest museums is the Thackray. Travel back in time to the Victorian era, where disease was rife and modern medicine in its infancy.