17/18 Friendly Preview: Leeds United

Leeds United are set to visit Nethermoor on Saturday to start preparations for our third Vanarama National League season, the match is all-ticket and kick-off is at 3pm.

Tickets have sold out and no further tickets are available to purchase. To gain entry to Nethermoor you will need to have a pre-purchased ticket or be a GAFC Season Ticket holder, GAFC Season Ticket holders do not require an additional ticket.

It is also the first opportunity for Leeds fans to see their new manager Thomas Christiansen after their scheduled friendly with Harrogate Town was played behind closed doors at Thorp Arch.

The Whites won 4-2 in Wednesday’s friendly against a Town side which included former Lions Ben Parker and Simon Ainge.

Adam Lockwood is set to select his two new confirmed signings in Reece Thompson and Joe Green who are both likely to get some minutes.

There will also be several trialists on show as Lockwoood lines up his side for next season.

Saturday’s match is the first of five friendlies at Nethermoor with Barnsley, Bradford City, Doncaster Rovers and Darlington all visiting in July.

There will also be trips to Parkgate, Yorkshire Amateur and Handsworth Parramore to complete our pre-season friendly schedule.

Our brand new pre-season magazine will also be on sale at £3 covering all the home friendlies with an up to date team sheet available on the day too.

The packed magazine includes special features such as:

  • A feature on both Adam Lockwood and Dave Penney
  • New opponents we will face in the Vanarama National League next season
  • Guest writers’ views on our five home pre-season friendly opponents
  • Interviews with Phil Rogerson and James Ferguson
  • Up to date news on Guiseley Vixens and their work over the Summer
  • A front cover designed by our new photographer George Wood.

Purchase yours upon entry to Nethermoor Park from one of our programme sellers.

If you are travelling to Nethermoor by train please check Northern Rail’s website for all the information regarding Saturday’s planned train strike.