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Elland Road began its life in 1897 as the home of Holbeck Rugby Club and, was initially known as the Old Peacock Ground after the pub that faced the land. Now home to Leeds United FC the stadium is one of the biggest in the country.
Leeds United has played at Elland road since their formation in 1919 and while there have been plans to move nothing has materialized so far, smaller renovations have taken place instead to improve the current grounds.
The stadium celebrates its past with statues for legendary Captain Billy Bremner and famed Manager Don Revie and while some of the facilities are starting to get a bit tired the views of the pitch are some of the best in top-flight football.
There are very few bad seats inside the stadium which makes for a passionate fan base, it is not unusual for the whole stadium to be alive and on the edge of their seats, creating a truly memorable experience for any visitors.
Besides football Elland Road has also hosted Rugby League and Rugby Union matches as well as various concerts over the years from acts such as the Kaiser Chiefs and Rod Stewart and, has an excellent atmosphere thanks to its bowl style shape.
Elland Road is well signposted around the Leeds area and has ample car parking nearby.