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Posted by Bulls Boy 2011 on Sun Feb 05, 2017 11:08 am
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Being a former student of Leeds Beckett (graduated in May) and living in the Headingley area. I have to say The Box and The Arc are great for sports (Box can get very busy for RL and Football). Failing that I find the Headingley Taps cheap enough!
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Posted by easyWire on Thu May 03, 2018 7:33 am
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Can’t make it this Friday, but regularly stay at Weetwood Hall up the road. There’s a lovely family-owned Greek on the walk down the A660 towards the stadium, think it’s called the Olive Tree. Definitely worth a visit pre-match for dinner. I’d love to have so many decent places to eat around the stadium in Warrington but all the good places are about a mile away south of the town.
Posted by Sir Kevin Sinfield on Sun May 20, 2018 2:42 pm
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tenerifeRhino wrote:
Arcadia is a pretentious dump, expensive and dull with heavely beardy skinny jean types behind the bar. No sky sports.

Absolute nonsense, it is true they don’t have sky sports, there may be some beards, they are quite common in all pubs nowadays. I don’t recall seeing many skinny jeans in there, but I’ve not looked out for them, I try not to judge people by their clothing. Arcadia certainly sells the best beer in headingley.
Posted by Daftie on Fri Dec 21, 2018 12:45 am
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Hi guys, quick question. Im a rhinos fan from afar (Edinburgh) and am planning to come down for the Wakefield game on Fri 1 March. Ive only been to Headingley once, plus I went to the Cas game away last year when we got gubbed.
Am I right for me to buy 2 tickets, I have to join one of the memberships ( £15 each) I presume before I can buy tickets. I dont particularly dont want to pay an extra £30 knowing I probably wont be down again this season.
I was down a couple of years ago so just want to check how easy it is for me to get tickets as Ive already got hotel sorted.
Posted by Ex-Swarcliffe Rhino on Fri Dec 21, 2018 7:30 am
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No you don’t have to buy memberships for tickets.

Just buy tickets for the game. You won’t benefit from anything membership wise for a one off, not worth it for you.
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Cheers for that. I was hoping that was the answer
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