Leeds United Women to play at the Bannister Prentice Stadium

Leeds United Women to play at the Bannister Prentice Stadium

Whites move stadium for 2023/24 campaign.

Leeds United Women will play their home matches at the Bannister Prentice Stadium for the 2023/24 FA Women’s National League Division One North season.

The ground is home to Garforth Town AFC and the newly refurbished facilities will be a boost to Rick Passmoor’s side, as his side embark on another exciting season.

The move marks a return to a ground the team have played at before in their history, and now aims to enhance the matchday experience for both players and fans whilst enabling everyone to enjoy the excitement of football in a leading environment both on and off the pitch. 

"We are thrilled to be coming back to the Bannister Prentice Stadium," said Leeds United Women Chairperson, Julie Lewis.

"The move allows us to continue our commitment to developing women's football by playing in a fantastic venue and fostering a vibrant and engaging matchday experience for our supporters.”

“It’s fantastic to welcome back Leeds United Women to the ground,” added Co-Chair of Garforth Town AFC, Andy Hey.

“As well as fantastic facilities, we’re blessed with good transport links and a vibrant girls’ football scene thanks to the two local grassroots teams on our doorstep. We have recently refurbished our bar area and thanks to the support from Ronseal and over 50 amazing volunteers have updated all the outside fencing to the ground. 

“When Julie and I discussed the move, we instantly connected on the professionalism required in everything we do, so the move was a no-brainer!”

Ticket information for the upcoming season will be released when available. For updates, fans are advised to visit leedsunited.com. 

Everyone at Leeds United would like to thank the hard-working staff at the So-Trak Stadium, home of Tadcaster Albion AFC, for hosting the club over the past few seasons. With the Whites now moving to pastures new for their Women’s side, we wish every success to the Brewers for the future.