Norwich City: Matchday Information

Ensure you are match ready.

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Leeds United face Norwich City in the Sky Bet Championship on Wednesday evening, and we would like to remind fans around some of the key pieces of information that will hopefully ensure everyone is fully prepared for the game at Elland Road.

Arrival at stadium:

We would urge as many fans as possible to arrive in plenty of time for the game. Turnstiles will open at 6.15pm (kick-off is scheduled for 7.45pm). The Home Fan Zone will open from 5.45pm.

Download your ticket:

Supporters must download their ticket into their Apple or Google Wallet from the link in your booking confirmation, before arriving at Elland Road and please ensure your smartphone is fully charged.

Food offerings:

There will be warm brownies and brookies available in the East and South Stands. There will also be a new version of the loaded fries with beef available, along with a vegan option in the East Stand.

Wellbeing Team:

Every matchday we have a team of Wellbeing Officers working in each stand to support fans with various health and wellbeing matters. You can identify them through the maroon bibs they wear, and if you need to get hold of a member of the Wellbeing Team for any support, please just ask your nearest steward and they will ensure one comes to meet you.

Stadium facilities:

If supporters would like to use the prayer room, sensory room or they need a quiet space during a matchday, please contact [email protected] so they can assist and book in a time slot for you.

Matchday Incident Text Service:

Discriminatory language, tragedy chanting, and inappropriate gestures are not acceptable, and you could also be breaking the law. The club condemns this behaviour and has a zero-tolerance policy towards discrimination of all kinds – including racism, homophobia, sexism, and any religious discrimination.

To report an incident, text LEEDS along with any relevant information including ticket details, your name and description of the incident to 60006. You will then receive an automated response which means that your report has been logged.

Use of flags:

Following guidance from the EFL, any Israeli or Palestinian flags, or those with a political or religious message, will not be permitted into the stadium.

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