Last season was certainly a difficult one for the supporters when it came to seeing games at Elland Road. Given the restrictions, they weren’t allowed back into the ground until the final game of the season against West Bromwich Albion, and even that was at a limited capacity, so you’d imagine that there are a number of fans itching to see the team play live once again.
Well, it looks as if the club are trying to make things easier for supporters next season, as they announced the launch of a new ticketing system that will allow season ticket holders to sell their tickets back to the club on a game-by-game basis, with the ticket then being passed on to other fans to purchase.
The club hoping are hoping that this method will “ensure that the stadium will be as full as possible for each home fixture.” The news was passed on to fans on social media by the club’s official account, where there were plenty of supporters who were delighted to hear about the idea:
“Excellent idea, taken straight from the Yanks. But at least no one is getting ripped off by our system”
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It certainly is a nice gesture, especially when you consider that for those who weren’t there for the final game of the season, a lot of them will have been waiting 17 years to see them in the Premier League.