Leeds stadium Elland Road shut for security reasons as West Yorkshire Police confirm a threat was sent on Thursday night
Leeds’ home ground of Elland Road was closed on Friday as the police alerted them to a security threat.
A threat on social media was made towards the Whites, forcing the ground to be shut for safety reasons.
A statement from Leeds said: “Leeds United’s offices, ticket office, Foundation offices and club shop at Elland Road will be closed until further notice on the advice of the police.
“We apologise for any inconvenience and we will inform the public when normal service resumes.”
West Yorkshire Police have also commented on the incident, saying the threat was sent to the club on Thursday night.
In a statement sent, the force said: “Police were called to attend Elland Road football stadium following reports of a security threat to the premises.
“Investigations are currently ongoing to establish the credibility of that threat. The report was received at 9:49pm last night [March 23].”
The police are making checks at Elland Road, with a member of the public reporting the threat.
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Exact details of it are yet to be disclosed, but Elland Road has been temporarily evacuated.
Leeds do not have a home fixture this weekend as a result of the international break.