It’s looking very likely that Elland Road will be packed from bottom to top for the visit of in-form Ipswich Town. The visit of Mick McCarthy’s side will see us play our last home game before the next break and with Leeds doing so well this isn’t a surprise at all.
Leeds had a whopping 31k for the Birmingham game on Tuesday night and the win will do the club no harm at all. On Saturday we had 33k, which included around 300 Burton Albion fans and was the second complete sell-out in the home end this season, following on from the Preston North End game which had finished 0-0. Depending on how many fans Ipswich Town bring will determine how many over 33k we get, but knowing most sets of fans in the Championship and the Ipswich following we probably won’t have anywhere near the allocation they are given.
Sell-Outs started last season and have picked up from where they left off with new owner Andrea Christiansen and head-coach Thomas Christiansen. The five wins and two draws so far this season have done wonders for the club and we sit at the top of the league table with seven played. The 5-0 win over Burton Albion was huge in getting young fans back. Kids have been supporting Premier League clubs rather than Leeds United for a few years but the buzz about the city is back and that is so good for the future Leeds fans. There are still a few sections with very good availability in the upper east but tickets are selling fast.