Leeds United have confirmed the game against Newcastle is officially a sell out.
The game, on Sunday 20th November, has officially sold out in terms of general admission tickets however some corporate seats are still available.
It’s Leeds United first sell out since their fixture against Arsenal, which ended in a 3-1 loss despite a memorable Bradley Johnson goal, in an FA Cup replay in 2011.
It’s also their first sell out in a league game since they won promotion from League One against Bristol Rovers, back in May 2010.
On a statement on their website, the club said:
We are pleased to confirm that we have now sold out of general admission tickets for our clash with Newcastle United on Sunday 20th November.
Elland Road will be at full capacity for the visit of Rafa Benitez’s side, in our first home league meeting with the Magpies since 2003.
Thank you for your incredible support.
If you’d like to buy a ticket in one of the club’s hospitality areas, head to their website here.