Emerald Headingley

  • Emerald Buy Headingley Naming Rights For £10m

    ... November 1, 2017, will grant Emerald a naming rights partnership with the two sporting clubs. This will see the unique complex, home to rugby league side Leeds Rhinos, rugby union side Yorkshire Carnegie and The Yorkshire County Cricket Club, renamed as the Emerald Headingley Stadium. The stadia will also be named independently as Emerald Headingley Cricket Ground and Emerald Headingley Rugby Stadium. For Emerald Group this agreement includes stadium naming rights, advertising and opportunities...

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  • Leeds Building Society Extend Rhinos Sponsorship To Record 14 Seasons

    ... huge year for us with two massive games at Elland Road and a historic first trip to Australia to try and win our fourth World title against Melbourne. It is an exciting time for the Rhinos and all our partners as we see the redevelopment of our home at Emerald Headingley come to fruition and we are all looking forward to a bright future together.” Successes by the Rhinos during their partnership with the Society include World Club Champions in 2008 and 2012; Grand Final winners in 2007, 2008,...

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  • Emerald Rugby Enjoys Growth

    From small beginnings in 2003, Emerald Rugby magazine has turned itself into the number one publication on both rugby union and rugby league in Ireland. Running Rugby spoke to Manus Lappin, editor of the magazine, to find out more about its origins, its operating methods and what the targets are for the magazine moving forward. The magazine produces ten editions a year and began as a result of a rugby fan being unable to keep up with Irish rugby whilst abroad. “I was working as an IT consultan...

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  • Leeds Council Approve Third Party Loan For Headingley Upgrade

    Leeds City Council’s executive board has approved a proposal for a third-party investor to provide up to £35m to fund the redevelopment of Headingley Carnegie Stadium. The investor has not yet been named. Leeds Rhinos has also pledged £5m towards the total cost of the redevelopment. Leader of Leeds City Council Cllr Judith Blake, said: “I am pleased that executive board has backed the deal which we have arranged with a private third-party investor to fund the redevelopment of Headingley Ca...

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  • Headingley Plans Approved

    In a club video interview, Leeds Rhinos chief executive Gary Hetherington has welcomed the latest stage of the application progress to complete the redevelopment of Headingley Carnegie Stadium after initial issues with planning process. But says there are still a number of challenges ahead. Hetherington acknowledges that planning approval is only stage 1 of a three step plan that also involves raising £38m funding for the development and then building the new South Stand itself. The new stand n...

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  • Re-think On Headingley Redevelopment Plan

    After detailed dialogue with Leeds City Coucil, Yorkshire County Cricket Club and Leeds Rhinos have withdrawn residential planning applications which were contributing funds to the overall cost of delivering the Headingley Stadium redevelopment project. The two clubs have requested the council now determine the planning application for the stadium redevelopment at the earliest opportunity, which is likely to be the planning committee meeting on 12th January 2017. A positive outcome at that commi...

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  • Leeds kickers pitch in

    Leeds Rhinos kicking king Kevin Sinfield may be taking a well-earned close-season break – but that hasn’t stopped him briefly getting back to what he does best at Headingley, reports the Yorrkshire Evening Post. Sinfield, this week nominated for the prestigious Rugby League World Golden Boot, was on hand to christen the new set of posts at Headingley along with Leeds Carnegie fly-half Joe Ford as part of the new £1 million pitch reconstruction. Please click here to read the full story... An...

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  • New Headingley Plans Unveiled

    Leeds Rhinos have released a video to walk fans through the new plans for the redevelopment of Headingley Carnegie Stadium, with the North and South Stands both being replaced to provide enhanced facilities. Public exhibitions of the proposals are taking place between Monday 8 February and Monday 15 February and chief executive Gary Hetherington says they are the result of many years of hard work. "We have been working behind the scenes with Yorkshire County Cricket Club and Leeds City Council...

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  • £35m Raised For Headingley Redevelopment

    Leeds Rhinos and Yorkshire CCC have been able to raise £35m from “a financial institution” to largely pay for the redevelopment of the south stand and main stand that the two organisations share at Headingley. The scheme was granted planning permission two months ago, but has been delayed due to a lack of funding. Leeds City Council is reported to have brokered a deal which will see the majority of the cash provided by a financial institution. Rhinos chief executive Gary Hetherington confir...

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  • Headingley Demolition Dislodges South Standers

    Leeds Rhinos have confirmed that the historic South Stand terrace at Headingley Carnegie Stadium will be demolished at the end of August this year to enable construction work to begin in September on a new stand. The final game for the South Stand will take place in Round 3 of the Super 8s on Friday 18th August prior to the break in the Super 8s for the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup Final. The Rhinos will play their remaining one or two Super 8s games and a potential Super League semi-final without th...

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