Headingley Carnegie Stadium is the home of Super League side Leeds Rhinos. Rugby Union club Yorkshire Carnegie also play at the ground which is attached to Headingley Cricket Stadium, home of Yorkshire County Cricket Club.
North Stand (Paddock Stand, seating capacity: 4,810) – The North Stand backs onto the cricket ground and is where the players changing rooms are. A bar area is also shared with the cricket ground and is completely covered.
East Stand (Carnegie Stand, capacity: 4,550, 1,844 seated) – The Carnegie Stand was completed in 2006 and replaced the Eastern Terrace. The stand has two tiers; the bottom contained terracing whilst the top contains seating, hospitality boxes, bars and a restaurant.
South Stand (standing capacity: 6,000) – The South Stand is well known in rugby league for being the Kop of the ground. It contains only terracing and holds the camera and media gantry. It also contains its own bar and bookmakers.
Western Terrace (standing) – The Western Terrace is the only part of the stadium not covered and houses the away fans. It also contains the scoreboard and Sky Sports video board.