Premier League side Leeds United roll into Nethermoor Park on Tuesday evening for our sixth pre-season friendly with kick-off at 7:30pm.
Tickets for the fixture have sold out, no tickets will be available at the turnstiles on the evening and entry is strictly via ticket only.
Supporters are reminded that cash is accepted at the ground for programmes and catering, there is limited access to contactless payment. The Clubhouse accepts cash and contactless payments.
Match programmes are priced at £3 each and available from the sellers located near to each turnstile, packed full of exclusive features the 52-page publication includes the low down on Marcelo Bielsa’s side and much more, full details here.
Marcus Bignot and Russ O’Neill will be looking to end a three game losing streak on Tuesday night with Leeds United taking to the Nethermoor Park pitch for their first friendly ahead of their second Premier League campaign.
The Whites normally send a strong side to face The Lions with teams in the past including one of England’s key performers at Euro 2020 in Kalvin Phillips and Bielsa has been complimentary of the football played by Guiseley in previous visits.
Leeds will be the last league side to visit Nethermoor with FC Halifax Town on Tuesday 3rd August and Stockport County on Saturday 7th August being our final two friendlies.
Match updates and team news will be available on Twitter.
Whilst we understand that pre-season friendly matches at local clubs are usually an opportunity to get up close to the team and management, please remember that we are in very different times from the other occasions when we have hosted your team. We would ask that you please do not approach any player of member of staff and ask for a photograph or autograph or stand within 2m of them. It is vitally important that you do not enter the pitch even at the end of the match. Anyone who ignores this request will be identified and their details forwarded to West Yorkshire Police and you may be banned from attending matches, your reckless actions could prevent the team from fulfilling fixtures.