Leeds United: Season ticket prices frozen for Cellino’s first campaign as owner

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Leeds United have frozen season-ticket prices for Massimo Cellino’s first campaign as owner - and introduced a new cut-price category for Under-11s.

The club announced today that renewal costs for the 2014-15 season would remained unchanged and sales will begin on Monday morning, 48 hours after United finish their Championship term at home to Derby County.

Renewed tickets start from £398 for adults and £445 in Elland Road’s Kop but Leeds have attempted to harness younger supporters in the city by creating a £69 seat for Under-11s in the family area of the East Stand.

The cost equates to £3 per home game and will remain static for late renewals and new applicants. United plan to begin accepting new applications from June 23, five days after the fixture list for the new Championship term is announced.

Season ticket prices - for so long a contentious issue at Leeds - were reduced by Gulf Finance House ahead of last term.

Cellino bought out the Bahraini bank four weeks ago.

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