With 2015 memberships on the rise, the Rhinos have seen a massive amount of interest from supporters looking to take up our new family membership packages which are available for adults and seniors when bought with junior or Under 21 season tickets, with our 0% interest option meaning offers start from just £58 per month covering all four memberships if booked before the deadline on 5pm on Saturday 24th January.
Look back at the highlights from the Rhinos 50-28 win over Wakefield Trinity Wildcats that saw five tries from Ash Handley plus tries from Stevie Ward, Danny McGuire, Liam Sutcliffe and Eliot Minchella.
Leeds Rhinos will next be in action at Headingley Carnegie when they take on Bradford Bulls on Sunday 25th January, kick off 3pm, to honour a legend at both clubs, Jamie Peacock MBE, for his testimonial game.
Rhinos boss Brian McDermott said he thought his side's game against Wakefield Trinity Wildcats had a good mix of strong defence and decent attack and felt it gave them plenty to work on in the rest of pre-season.
With the deadline for online purchases to be guaranteed delivered in time for Christmas now passed, please be aware of the following opening hours during the Christmas holidays for the ticket office and club shop.
Young Leeds Rhinos hooker Robbie Ward is hoping he can carry his international form into domestic action when he returns to the Rhinos for the Tetley's Festive Challenge against Wakefield on Boxing Day.
Four rule changes that will enhance Rugby League matches for players, spectators and viewers in the First Utility Super League, Kingstone Press Championship and League 1 and Challenge Cup will come into effect for the 2015 season.
The Leeds Rhinos team swapped rugby balls for Santa sacks as they headed to the Leeds Children's Hospital at Leeds General Infirmary for the team's annual visit to meet youngsters in hospital over the Festive period.
Christmas came early for thousands of Rugby League fans at one of Europe's busiest destination shopping malls on Sunday with the unwrapping off a 'giant' present from the First Utility Super League clubs.
Super League rivals Leeds Rhinos and Wakefield Wildcats will be putting a smile on the faces of their fans on Boxing Day when they will be wearing their very special Christmas 'jumpers' for the Tetley's Festive Challenge at Headingley Carnegie, kick off 11.30am.
The next fans forum meeting will take place at Headingley Carnegie Stadium on Wednesday 17th December and if you have something you would like to be raised at the meeting please get in touch via email.
England Academy coach Richard Marshall believes his team are fully focused and ready to do their country proud ahead of their final Test against the Australian Schoolboys on Friday at Leigh Sports Village (7.00pm).
Leeds Rhinos fans have been quick to snap up the club's new 2015 home shirt after the launch less than a month ago with unprecedented demand leading to fans been urged to get theirs soon before it sells out in specific sizes.
Rising star Josh Walters is looking to continue his education on and off the field after agreeing a new three year contract with the club as he also looks complete his sports degree at Leeds Beckett University.
Leeds Rhinos have agreed new contracts with rising stars Elliott Minchella, 18, and Josh Walters, 20, that will keep the pair at Headingley Carnegie until at least the end of the 2017 Super League season.
Challenge Cup winner Joel Moon was in the crowd at Headingley Carnegie on Tuesday night to watch the 2014 Australian Schoolboys defeat his Leeds Rhinos team mates and admits that the game brought back many happy memories for him.
England Academy coach Richard Marshall is happy with the way his squad have come together this week and is preparing them for a physical battle against the Australian Schoolboys on Saturday at Leigh Sports Village (2.00pm).
The latest Leeds Rugby Fans Forum meeting was held at Headingley Carnegie Stadium in November, where members discussed a variety of topics concerning Leeds Rhinos including the 2015 shirt the Boxing Day game.
The Rhinos U19s lost 38-28 against the Australian Schoolboys at Headingley Carnegie, look back at the highlights from that game that saw tries from Ashton Golding Tommy Brierley, Ben Frankland and Josh Walters plus goals from Jordan Lilley.
Rhinos Coach Chris Plume felt his side would learn from their game against the Australian Schoolboys and believes it was a good experience forthe team to get the opportunity to test themselves against the best Australian players in their age group.
New signing Adam Cuthbertson and rising star Jimmy Keinhorst will be in the club shop this Thursday from 6.30pm until 7pm as we continue our late night openings on Thursdays in the lead up to Christmas.