Last updated: 11/01/24 at 10:00

As an exciting 2024 Super League season approaches, Leeds Rhinos will be hoping to lift the trophy at the end of the year. We look at The Rhinos new signings, key players and exciting upcoming fixtures.

Leeds Rhinos are gearing up for the upcoming Betfred Super League 2024 season. As they bid farewell to the 2023 season, the team is eager to make their mark and secure a spot in the Grand Final.

The recently revealed fixture list allows them to start their preparations. Discover who Leeds will face in each round and get to know the key players who could contribute to their success.

Plus, we'll provide you with information on how to secure premium tickets and hospitality packages for Leeds Rhinos' home games this season.

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Leeds Rhinos 2024 Fixtures

The Betfred Super League fixture list was released on 23rd November 2023.

Some dates and fixtures had already been revealed prior to the full schedule, such as the regular season start and end dates, playoff dates and Grand Final.

Rivals Round and Magic Weekend are two of the most important rounds during the season, and the fixtures for both were confirmed ahead of the full schedule.

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Leeds Rhinos Fixture List

The opening round of the Betfred Super League 2023 season will take place on Thursday 15th - Saturday 17th September.

The final round (round 27) will be on Friday 20th September. This will conclude the regular season, with the playoffs beginning the following week.

Each team will play 13 home games and 13 away games, and with the Magic Weekend, the total number of games played for every team will be 27.

Leeds Rhinos’ fixtures list looks as such:

  • Round 1: Friday 16th February, Leeds Rhinos v Salford Red Devils, AMT Headingley Stadium
  • Round 2: Thursday 22nd February, Hull KR v Leeds Rhinos, KCOM Craven Park stadium
  • Round 3: Saturday 2nd March, Leeds Rhinos vs Catalans Dragons, AMT Headingley Stadium
  • Round 4: Friday 8th March: Leigh Leopards vs Leeds Rhinos, Leigh Sports Village
  • Round 5: Friday 14th March, Leeds Rhinos vs St. Helens, AMT Headingley Stadium
  • Round 6 (Rivals Round): Thursday 28th March, Castleford Tigers vs Leeds Rhinos, The Jungle, Castleford
  • Round 7: Friday 5th April, Leeds Rhinos v Warrington Wolves, AMT Headingley Stadium
  • Round 8: Friday 19th April, Leeds Rhinos v Huddersfield Giants, AMT Headingley Stadium
  • Round 9: Sunday 28th April, Hull FC v Leeds Rhinos, MKM Stadium
  • Round 10: Friday 3rd May, Leeds Rhinos v London Broncos, AMT Headingley Stadium
  • Round 11: Saturday 11th May, Catalans Dragons v Leeds Rhinos, Stade Gilbert Brutus
  • Round 12: Friday 24th May, St Helens v Leeds Rhinos, Totally Wicked Stadium
  • Round 13: Friday 31st May, Leeds Rhinos v Castleford Tigers, AMT Headingley Stadium
  • Round 14: Saturday 15th June, Hull FC v Leeds Rhinos, MKM Stadium
  • Round 15: Friday 21st June, Leeds Rhinos v Leigh Leopards, AMT Headingley Stadium
  • Round 16: Saturday 6th July, Leeds Rhinos v London Broncos, AMT Headingley Stadium
  • Round 17: Friday 12th July, Warrington Wolves v Leeds Rhinos, Halliwell Jones Stadium
  • Round 18: Saturday 20th July, Leeds Rhinos v Hull KR, AMT Headingley Stadium
  • Round 19: Friday 26th July, Huddersfield Giants v Leeds Rhinos, John Smith's Stadium
  • Round 20: Saturday 3rd August, Salford Red Devils v Leeds Rhinos, Salford Stadium
  • Round 21: Friday 9th August, Leeds Rhinos v Wigan Warriors, AMT Headingley Stadium
  • Round 22 (Magic Weekend): Saturday 17th August, Warrington Wolves v Leeds Rhinos, Elland Road
  • Round 23: Friday 23rd August, Leeds Rhinos v Catalans Dragons, AMT Headingley Stadium
  • Round 24: Sunday 1st September, London Broncos v Leeds Rhinos, Cherry Red Records Stadium
  • Round 25: Friday 6th September, Leeds Rhinos v Hull FC, AMT Headingley Stadium
  • Round 26: Friday 13th September, Wigan Warriors v Leeds Rhinos, DW Stadium
  • Round 27: Friday 20th September, Hull KR v Leeds Rhinos, Sewell Group Craven Park

Playoffs - Eliminators, Semi-finals & Grand Final

The regular season will conclude on Friday 20th September, with the playoffs starting the next weekend.

The play-offs commence on the weekend of 28th and 29th September, followed by the Grand Final.

And then comes the Grand Final, the last match of the season that determines the Super League 2023 season champion.

The Grand Final will be played on Saturday 12th October at Old Trafford.

How many Super Leagues have Leeds Rhinos won?

As of 2023, Leeds Rhinos have won the Super League title 8 times. They are one of only four clubs that have won the Super League, alongside St Helens, Wigan Warriors, and Bradford Bulls.

Leeds Rhinos 2024 Transfers

Leeds Rhinos have released their much-anticipated squad numbers for 2024. This is a significant moment as the team prepares for the upcoming Super League season.

Who are the new signings for Leeds Rhinos?

Under the guidance of the talented Rohan Smith, the Leeds Rhinos have added seven new exceptional players to their roster for the 2024 season. Let's take a closer look at these impressive signings.

First up, Rhino’s welcomed Australian full-back Lachie Miller, who has donned the prestigious number one jersey after Richie Myler's departure to the York Knights.

Next, the talented Paul Momirovski, securing the number four shirt previously worn by Papua New Guinea international Nene Macdonald, who has joined forces with the Salford Red Devils. Momirovski's skills and versatility will undoubtedly make a significant impact in the upcoming season.

Get ready for a remarkable transformation in the half-back department! Former Man of Steel Brodie Croft and Australian playmaker Matt Frawley, wearing the iconic numbers six and seven respectively, will lead the charge for the Rhinos.

Joining the ranks alongside Croft, Andy Ackers will proudly don the number nine jersey. Ackers has arrived from Salford, bringing his immense talent and passion to enhance the Rhinos' performance on the field.

Last but certainly not least, Rhino’s have signed the French powerhouse Mickael Goudemand, sporting the number 18 jersey. Goudemand's impressive move from the Catalans Dragons to Leeds is set to amplify the team's strength.

Who is leaving Leeds Rhinos?

Richie Myler, a player who had been with Leeds Rhinos since 2018 after joining from Catalans Dragons, has decided to depart from the club. He will be joining York Knights on a one-year deal.

During his time at Leeds Rhinos, Myler made a significant impact, making 134 appearances for the team. Throughout his six seasons with the club, Myler showcased his versatility and skill, scoring 52 tries, six goals, and two drop goals.

The departure of Richie Myler marks a transition for both the player and Leeds Rhinos as they continue to evolve and build their squad for the future.

Leeds Rhinos 2024 Squad Numbers

  1. Lachie Miller
  2. David Fusitu’a
  3. Harry Newman
  4. Paul Momirovski
  5. Ash Handley
  6. Brodie Croft
  7. Matt Frawley
  8. Mikolaj Oledzki
  9. Andy Ackers
  10. Tom Holroyd
  11. James Bentley
  12. Rhyse Martin
  13. Cameron Smith
  14. Jarrod O’Connor
  15. Sam Lisone
  16. James McDonnell
  17. Justin Sangare
  18. Mickael Goudemand
  19. Derrell Olpherts
  20. Morgan Gannon
  21. Jack Sinfield
  22. Kieran Hudson
  23. Leon Ruan
  24. Luis Roberts
  25. James Donaldson
  26. Corey Johnson
  27. Toby Warren
  28. Max Simpson
  29. Alfie Edgell
  30. Tom Nicholson-Watton

How to secure the best seats in the house at Leeds Rhinos home fixtures

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With premium tickets and hospitality for Rhinos fixtures at Headingley Stadium, you can watch your favourite club in action from the best seats in the house, whilst enjoying hospitality perks such as delicious food and drink options, player appearances and lounge access.

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  • Rhinos Restaurant
  • Executive Suite
  • Lewis Jones Suite
  • Century Box packages

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