Travelling To Elland Road

Getting to the Ground

Regardless of how you travel, please allow extra time for your journey from and to the stadium particularly on match day. There are a number of ways for supporters to travel to Elland Road.

The stadium is adjacent to the intersections of the M1, M62 and M621. Please use the postcode

LS11 0ES if using SAT NAV.

Car Parking

A number of car parks are located around the stadium all of which are controlled and managed by Leeds City Council. The current charges for parking are; cars £6, mini coaches £12, coaches £20.

Street parking is restricted due to resident permits. Parking charges are subject to change.

Accessible parking

Accessible car parking is available for use by Blue Badge Holders. 150 spaces are available at the rear of the North Stand and can be accessed via Bobby Collins Way. (Bobby Collins Way is located just off Elland Road, facing West Yorkshire Police station) Upon entry, supporters will be asked which stand they wish to access and they will be parked as near as possible to the closest point of entry for their ingress to the stadium. This car park is available for both home and away fans. In addition, there will be a small number of disabled parking spaces along the Elland Road side of the Fullerton car park. Access is on a first come, first served basis.

Leeds United wellbeing officers, who wear high visibility maroon jackets, will be on hand to assist disabled fans into the ground and then assist them back at the end of the game.

In addition, 60 accessible spaces are available in Car Parks A and B. These car parks are accessed via Elland Road. Access is available to blue badge holders and issued on a first come first served basis on match day by Leeds City Council.


Match day Special Bus Service

A matchday shuttle bus service operated by First Leeds Buses, numbered R2, departs from Sovereign Street (near the Hilton Hotel), adjacent to Leeds station, to the stadium. The service departs 90 minutes before kick-off and runs at frequent intervals. At the end of the match, a frequent service will operate back to Leeds city centre. MCards, MetroCards and West Yorkshire DayRovers are NOT valid on this service.


From Leeds City Centre along Elland Road:
• Services 51, 52, from stop M7 on Vicar Lane.
• Services 54, 55, 55C from stops P3 on Park Row & S12 on Aire Street.

Along Beeston Road (10 mins walk from the Co-op, at the top of Wesley Street, Beeston) • Services 65, 75

Along Ring Road Beeston (15 mins walk) • Services 9, 9A

Please note that bus stops outside the ground are suspended one hour before and one hour after a home match.


Taxis from the City Centre to Elland Road usually cost between £8 to £12.
On home matchdays there is a taxi rank located outside of Mcdonalds on Elland Road.
Other private hire vehicles will be required to drop off at either Gelderd Road or in car park B (next to McDonalds restaurant on Elland Road).


Leeds Railway Station is 2 miles away from Elland Road. London trains depart/arrive from Kings Cross. Journey time approximately 2 hours 30 minutes. Regular services available.

Park and Ride Service

The new Park and Ride Scheme for the 2023/24 season is in partnership with Hunters Coaches who are operating the service.

The club will be selling the Park and Ride tickets on behalf of Hunters Coaches. Tickets must be purchased in advance via the following link: categories/park-and-ride

Park and Ride tickets are priced at £5.50 per person or £20 per car (based on 4 people sharing). Online booking fee applies.