Leeds Rhinos Chairman Paul Caddick and CEO Gary Hetherington, along with members of the men’s and women’s teams, are set to be in attendance on Thursday for an announcement regarding Headingley Stadium. The club sent an email to the media confirming plans for the event, which will behind at 10am on Thursday, October 5th.
While the exact details of the news remain wrapped in mystery, there are several possibilities that fans and the rugby league community are considering. One potential revelation could involve the renaming of Headingley Stadium due to a new sponsor coming on board. The absence of a naming rights sponsor since Emerald’s withdrawal in November 2021 has left an opening for a fresh partnership and a potential rebrand.
Alternatively, the news could revolve around significant renovations or improvements to Headingley Stadium, enhancing the fan experience and modernising the facilities. Whatever the announcement may entail, the presence of key figures like Caddick and Hetherington, along with players from both the men’s and women’s teams, underscores the importance and magnitude of this development.
The press call read: “Leeds Rhinos will host an in person press conference at Headingley Stadium at 10am on Thursday 5th October in the Taverners Suite. The press conference will unviel a significant development for Headingley Stadium with Chariman Paul Caddick and Chief Executive Hary Heatherington both present. All media are welcome to attend with Leeds Rhinos men and women players in attendance.”