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Ticket sales for Leeds vs Rotherham at over 32k already

Leeds United have today announced that ticket sales for the Rotherham game have already passed the 32k mark. The away fans allocation of around 2.5k means that the game may not sell-out because Rotherham haven’t traditionally brought many fans to Elland Road, although the year they stayed up they did manage to sell their full allocation.

Leeds are now telling fans if they want tickets to book soon because this is heading the way of a sell-out. Most of the ground is now sold out, the South, Cheese Wedge and most of the West and Kop are already sold out or extremely limited. The same goes for the lower east but there are seats available in the upper East. Bielsa Ball is in full swing at Leeds United and the fans are believeing in the new era, after the start we’ve had, why wouldn’t they?

Stoke City were the visitors on opening day and Elland Road was bouncing, the away fans seemed shocked and the sides were on different levels. When Leeds travelled to Derby a week later the away fans saw a spectacular result and performance. Tuesday’s 2-1 win over Bolton Wanderers in the League Cup saw a crowd of almost 20k head to the game, something unheard of at this stage in such a standard game.

Leeds will sell-out and time and time again when the fans believe, the rise in season ticket sales was inevitable after the signing of Marcelo Bielsa and since then the club have signed five quality players, rather than quantity. Patrick Bamford, a £7 million signing and Barry Douglas at £3 million have really caught the imagination of the Leeds United fan base and long may this optimism and feel-good atmosphere continue. When Elland Road is packed and jumping there’s nowhere that can rival it.

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