The special guests were treated to seats in the Director's Box, travel to the stadium and Leeds United t-shirts and jackets.
Many of the youngsters from Parklands Primary School in Seacroft were from underprivileged families who may not often have the chance to enjoy special experiences.
On Monday the school hosted a "Christmas Eve Eve" party, serving up a hot meal for the school's 328 pupils and their families.
Headteacher Chris Dyson says he was left "heartbroken" when he discovered some of his pupils had never met Father Christmas and many wouldn't receive gifts.
Alongside the children from Parklands Primary, children and families from Leeds Woman's Aid were invited to the Boxing Day fixture through the Leeds United's partnership with local charity Cash for Kids.
Leeds Women’s Aid aims to protect women and families from the damage that domestic violence and abuse can inflict on their lives.
Chairman Andrea Radrizzani said he wanted to give local young children who would usually not have the opportunity of attending a Championship football match the chance to do so in the best way possible.
He made room for all of them to sit in the Director’s Box for the fixture - which saw Stuart Dallas secure a draw for the Whites in the final minute of the game.