Huddersfield Town fans face £36 ticket charge for Leeds United game at Elland Road

HUDDERSFIELD Town fans face a whopping £36 ticket price to watch their team against West Yorkshire rivals Leeds United at Elland Road.

Nathan Clarke peels away after scoring the winner v Leeds United in Feb 2009
Nathan Clarke peels away after scoring the winner v Leeds United in Feb 2009

HUDDERSFIELD Town fans face a whopping £36 ticket price to watch their team against West Yorkshire rivals Leeds United at Elland Road.

It is believed to be the highest price they will pay for a Championship away game this season  for the match on Saturday, March 16, which kicks off at 12.30pm.

Tickets are on tiered sale from Monday, with Town being allocated 3,000 seats in the John Charles West Stand for the game.

Tickets will go on sale only to Town Season Card holders, Blue & White Foundation members, Our Town members and Patrons at 9.30am on Monday.

Any remaining tickets will go on general sale at 9.30am a week tomorrow.

They are priced at £36 adults, £24 seniors (Over 60s) and disabled supporters and  £17 for Under 16s.

Terriers travel is £10 per person, with coaches departing the John Smith's Stadium at 10.30am.

 
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