This September to celebrate the Rugby Union World Cup coming to Leeds we will be offering fans a behind the scenes tour of one of the world’s most famous sporting venues – Headingley Carnegie Stadium.

The Headingley Heritage tours will be hosted by British and Irish Lion, John Bentley, who will give fans an insight into the history of the stadium and some of the famous players who have played here.  As well as being able to explore the rugby side of the stadium visitors will also be taken around the Yorkshire Cricket Museum.  
 
If you are visiting Leeds for the World Cup games at Elland Road and would like to add to your sporting experience with a visit to the city’s rugby stadium or if you would love the chance to go behind the scenes of the home of your favourite sports team then the Heritage Tours will be a unique and memorable experience.
 
The tours will take place on the following days, which are either side of the weekend that the World Cup games are being held at Elland Road.

Thursday 24th September            10am-12noon              Tour only
Friday 25th September                10am-12noon              Tour only or Tour plus lunch
Monday 28th September              10am-12noon              Tour only 
 
The cost of the tours are:
 
Adults                                       £15
Juniors (16 & under)                   £10
Family  (2 x adults & 2 x juniors) £35
 
For the Friday Tour there is also an option to include a two course lunch and a Q & A with a special guest which is priced at £30 per person on top of the tour cost per head.
 
You can book in one of the following ways:
 
Online: www.yorkshirecarnegie.com
Over the phone: 0871 423 1315 (calls are charged at 10p per min-calls from mobiles may vary)
In store: Leeds Rugby Store at Headingley Carnegie Stadium