Leeds United announce details of ticket ballot for Elland Road Premier League clash with West Brom
Leeds United have announced details of a season ticket holder ballot for a chance to attend the final Premier League game of the season against West Brom.
If the government ease restrictions as planned, Elland Road will be graced by a number of fans for the first time since March 2020, for the game on Sunday May 23. Just under 10,000 could return to the stadium for the game.
Season ticket holders have been asked to register their interest this week because the club have decided not to automatically include all of them in the ballot.
A statement said: "The club appreciates that supporters may not yet feel comfortable or be ready to attend fixtures, or may have personal circumstances which will prevent them from attending Elland Road. Each Season Ticket Holder will need to register online to be included in the ballot."
Online registration, the only method of entering the ballot, is open now until midnight on Monday May 10. After the deadline the ballot will be drawn at random and lucky supporters who are selected will be emailed with a priority window in which to book their tickets online.
The club have also taken the decision to charge season ticket holders for the West Brom game, with the current campaign's season tickets being rolled over into the 2021/22 season.
Tickets will be charged at an average price across the season ticket pricing structure, meaning adults will have to pay £27, seniors, disabled and fans aged 19 to 22 £22, youths aged 16 to 18 £17, juniors under 16 £8 and youngsters under the age of 11 £5.
Season ticket holders can find details on how to register by clicking HERE