Leeds Rhinos fans were queuing from as early as 7 o'clock this morning to get their hands on tickets for the Challenge Cup final at the end of the month.
The Rhinos booked their place in rugby league's showpiece event thanks to a 24-14 victory over St Helens.
It will be the fifth time in the past six years the Rhinos have played at Wembley but last year's win was their only triumph since 1999.
Leeds Rhinos have unveiled a limited edition kit that they will wear for the Challenge Cup final at Wembley, as they look to retain the trophy they won a year ago.
This year’s Wembley showcase on Saturday 29th August is almost 120 years to the day since the meeting at the George Hotel in Huddersfield that signaled the formation of Rugby League and Leeds will revert back to their traditional colours for the day.
Leeds wore a white kit when they first lifted the Challenge Cup back in 1910 and 105 years later, they will once again wear white on the biggest day of the year whilst incorporating the club’s famous blue and amber bands in the design.
The Rhinos beat St Helens 24-14 to reach their fifth Challenge Cup final in six years.
Leeds Rhinos are through to their fifth Challenge Cup final in six years after a hard-fought 24-14 victory over St Helens at the Halliwell Jones Stadium.
The Rhinos took a 12-4 lead going into half-time courtesy of tries from Zak Hardaker and Joel Moon. They extended their advantage after the break when Jamie Peacock crossed over. However, the Saints fought back with two tries to pull the score back to 18-14. Kallum Watkins crossed over with his 17th try of the season to restore Leeds' two score lead, and the Rhinos held on to secure another trip to Wembley.
Hull KR will be hoping to make it an all-Yorkshire final when they take on Warrington Wolves in the second semi-final on Saturday.
Leeds Rhinos take on St Helens tonight in the Challenge Cup Semi Finals.
Rhinos head coach Brian McDermott says winning it last year has made his side hungry as ever:
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Rugby legend Kevin Sinfield will be swapping his Leeds Rhinos kit for a cap and gown today when he picks up his Masters degree from Leeds Beckett University.
The highest points-scorer in the Rhinos' history spent the last three years studying Sport Business alongside his playing commitments.
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