Leeds United are a football club who currently play in the Championship and they play their home games at Elland Road, Beston, Leeds. Leeds United play in white shirts with blue and yellow trim and are manufactured by macron and sponsored by Enterprise Insurance. The away shirt is sky blue with white trim, the third shirt is black and yellow in a striped design and the goalkeeper shirt is lime green with black trim. When Leeds were in the Premier League they boasted several world class players including Rio Ferdinand, Mark Viduka and Eric Cantona.
Leeds United play their home games in shirts which are all white with yellow and royal blue trim. they have had some famous players wear the white shirt in the past such as; Gordon Strachan, John Charles, Eric Cantona and Jackie Charlton.
Top Selling Leeds United Football Kits
Kappa Leeds United FC 2015 Home Kit Children White
Kappa Leeds United FC 2015 Home Shirt White Mens
Leeds United 1974 No4 Shirt
Leeds United 1978 Admiral shirt
Launching their new home kit back in July, Championship outfit Leeds United have officially launched their new away kit for the 2015-16 season. Donning the same Kappa t...
Championship outfit Leeds United have officially launched their new home kit for the 2015-16 season. Originally leaked back in February, the new home shirt for the Whit...
Championship side Leeds United have had their home shirt for the 2015-16 season leaked online. The new shirt is supplied by Kappa rather than Macron who supplies their...
Leeds United Football Club were formed in 1904 when they were known as Leeds City, changing their name to Leeds United in 1914. The club turned professional in 1920. Leeds play their home games at Elland Road in Leeds.
Possibly one of the best deals for the club was in buying Rio Ferdinand from West Ham United for £18 million in November 2000 and selling him for £30 million to Manchester United in July 2002. Unfortunately financial mismanagement lead the club to be forced to sell it´s most prized assets and cost Leeds it´s Premier League status in 2004.