Getting To Elland RoadAfter a hefty trip to London on Wednesday night, The Seasiders are back on the road on Saturday, this time across the Pennines at Leeds United.
The Seasiders haven't been too successful in recent years at Elland Road, since an astonishing victory there in 2011.
Here is a quick guide on getting to the West Yorkshire club.
Around 80 miles separate Leeds United and Blackpool, and it should take the supporters around 90 minutes to travel between the two.
Supporters can travel directly between Blackpool North and Leeds station, and the journey is a little over two hours.
Where To Drink
The away fans bar at Elland Road is called Howards and is located adjacent to the away turnstiles.
Howards will be open on Saturday from 1pm and will be serving a selection of food and drink. Access to the bar will be on a first come first served basis.
Elland Road has been home to Leeds United since their formation in 1919, and can hold almost 38,000 supporters.
Blackpool's first visit came in 1921, where United were victorious by two goals to nil.
In the past the stadium has been used for rugby and has also been used by Huddersfield Town and Bradford City briefly.
Tickets go off sale for the clash at 1pm Friday, but supporters can still pay on the day with a £5 increase.
- £34 for Adults
- £23 for Senior Citizens (60+)
- £23 for Disabled (wheelchair/ambulant)
- £23 for Full-time students (22+)
- £23 for Young adults (16-21)
- £16 for Juniors
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