Leeds United have announced they are capping away tickets at £30 for the 2024/25 Championship campaign.

Prices at Elland Road were a source of controversy last season, with Rovers ultimately subsidising 25 per cent of the cost for supporters who made the trip over the Pennines in April after the clubs couldn’t come to a reciprocal agreement.

John Eustace’s men left with all three points that day after Sam Szmodics netted a dramatic winner eight minutes from time.

Leeds fans had been charged £30 for the initial fixture at Ewood Park in December as the Yorkshire outfit secured a 2-0 victory.

However, the issue seems to have been resolved for the upcoming season following an official statement.

The statement read: “Leeds United can announce for 2024/25 Sky Bet Championship campaign, we will introduce a new price cap for away supporters attending matches at Elland Road.

“The new fixed price will be £30 per adult ticket to each match, whoever the opponent is. This approach falls in line with the Premier League’s pricing policy.

“At the beginning of the 2023/24 season, Leeds United contacted all opposition clubs in the league to try and agree a reciprocal pricing deal to benefit all fans.

“Whilst some accepted and both sets of supporters were able to benefit from this, some clubs would not agree to reciprocal arrangements.

“As a club, recognise the vital role that away supporters play at every match and we believe in a fair and consistent pricing strategy for all football fans.

“We hope that this move will ensure our loyal supporters also pay fair and consistent prices when travelling to support the team away from home.”

Leeds are aiming to bounce back from their play-off final heartbreak at Wembley following a narrow 1-0 defeat against Southampton.

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