Following our detailed discussions with Kirklees Council and time spent looking at how we can best operate under the current restrictions we are now in a position to be able to clarify most of the arrangements for the game against Toulouse Olympique on Sunday 13th June kick off 3pm.

Our revised ground capacity is now 800. This means that we can accommodate all our supporters so no-one has to miss the chance to see the Rams in action live at the Tetley’s Stadium. 

The game will not be streamed on Our League (neither will our game the following Sunday against Featherstone Rovers). The costs of streaming are just too high to make this a viable option.

The game is all ticket and non season ticket holders are required to buy a ticket in advance.

Season ticket holders can turn up at the turnstile on the day of the game as usual but they will be assigned an allocated seat or standing area on arrival.

Tickets are available online via the club web site for both seating and standing and the club will also be open for the sale of tickets and merchandise 10am to 2pm on Friday 4th June, Wednesday 9th June and Friday 11th June.

Payment can be made in cash or by credit/debut card. Tickets will not be on sale on the day of the game so must be bought in advance.

We will also have executive boxes open and available. To book an executive box or to get more information on them please email

The South Stand Bar will be open before, at half time and after the game. You will need to be seated to enjoy your drinks and will not be able to take them on to the terrace. 

A temporary bottle bar service will be available to seated supporters who can take their drinks back to their seats to consume while watching the game.

Discussions are still ongoing regarding the availability of food and we do not know at the moment whether the burger bar will be open in view of the restrictions placed on us for the consumption of food. 

With the long range weather forecast looking favourable at the moment it should be a great time to get back to the stadium and get behind the team in person.

It’s a tough looking task ahead for the team and the extra support would be a massive boost to the players.