|Full name||Elland Road|
|Owners||Leeds United F.C.|
|Renovated|| 1920s, 1953, 1971,|
1994, 2006, 2011–2012
|Expanded|| 1905, 1920s, 1957, 1968|
1970, 1974, 1989, 1991, 1994
|Tenants|| Leeds United (1919-present)|
Huddersfield: 1950 (2 games)
Bradford City: 1985 (3 games)
|Field dimensions||115 yd by 74 yd|
Elland Road is a football stadium in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, which has been the home of Leeds United F.C. since the club's foundation in 1919. The stadium is the 13th largest football stadium in England, and the fourth largest outside the Premier League.
The ground has hosted FA Cup semi-final matches as a neutral venue, and England international fixtures, and was selected as one of eight Euro 96 venues. Elland Road was used by rugby league club Hunslet Hawks in the mid-1980s and hosted two matches of the 2015 Rugby World Cup. The stadium has hosted concerts, including performances by rock bands Queen, U2, Happy Mondays and the Kaiser Chiefs.
Elland Road has four stands – the Revie Stand, the East Stand, the South Stand and the John Charles Stand– and a capacity of 37,890. The record attendance of 57,892 was set on 15 March 1967 in an FA Cup 5th round replay against Sunderland. This was before the stadium became an all-seater venue as stipulated by the Taylor Report and the modern record is 40,287 for a Premiership match against Newcastle United on 22 December 2001.
- Official Leeds United website
- BBC Leeds 360 – Elland Road Stadium
- Photos of Elland Road – wafll.com
- Stadium Guide Article
- A brief history of Elland Road
|Leeds United F.C.|
|Premier League stadiums 2019–20|
Anfield (Liverpool) · Bramall Lane (Sheffield United) Emirates Stadium (Arsenal) · Carrow Road (Norwich City) Etihad Stadium (Manchester City) · Falmer Stadium (Brighton) · Goodison Park (Everton) · King Power Stadium (Leicester City) · London Stadium (West Ham United) · Molineux Stadium (Wolverhampton Wanderers) · Old Trafford (Manchester United) · St. James' Park (Newcastle United) · St. Mary's Stadium (Southampton) · Selhurst Park (Crystal Palace) · Stamford Bridge (Chelsea) · Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (Tottenham Hotspur) · Turf Moor (Burnley) · Vicarage Road (Watford) · Villa Park (Aston Villa) · Vitality Stadium (Bournemouth)
|UEFA Euro 1996 stadiums|