- Founded: 1919
- Manager: Jesse Marsch
- Stadium: Elland Road
- Owner: Andrea Radrizzani
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Leeds United Results
- Leeds United 1-1 Brighton
- Leeds United 0-3 Chelsea
- Leeds United 0-4 Man City
- Leeds United 1-1 Southampton
- Leeds United 2-1 Norwich
- Leeds United 0-3 Aston Villa
- Brentford 1-2 Leeds United
- Arsenal 2-1 Leeds United
- Crystal Palace 0-0 Leeds United
- Watford 0-3 Leeds United
- Wolverhampton 2-3 Leeds United
- Leicester 1-0 Leeds United
Leeds United Outright Odds
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About Leeds United
Compared to other major football clubs in England, Leeds United were only founded in 1919. Of course, that is more than 100 years ago, but clubs such as Liverpool, Manchester United, and others can trace their histories back to before the turn of the century. Despite being relatively young compared to their rivals, Leeds United have achieved great success in their history.
In 2020, Leeds United returned to the English Premier League after a 16-year absence. The club suffered financial problems during that time and dipped as low as League One. Now, back in the English top flight, Leeds United have made a strong impression on football fans around the world.
Leeds United have long been England’s most “hated” team on the domestic front. Thanks to their reputation for hard-tackling and fiery rivalries, the Super Whites are a team many fans fear and hate.
About Leeds United
Formed in 1919, Leeds United Football Club was created as the successor of Leeds City. The previous club was forcibly broken up after it was revealed players had been paid. At the time, paying football players, at least out in the open, was against the rules of the game. The newly created club not only kept the ‘Leeds’ name, but played home matches at the incredibly large Elland Road stadium. The ground remains Leeds United’s home to this day.
In 1920, Leeds United were elected to the Second Division of the Football League after the league was expanded. Leeds United were promoted to the First Division for the first time in 1924.
For the most part, Leeds United were just another English football club and there was nothing special about them until the arrival of Don Revie in March 1961. Revie was a former player and would go on to establish the Leeds style of football simultaneously becoming their greatest-ever manager. Revie was to Leeds United what Bill Shankly was to Liverpool or Sir Alex Ferguson to Manchester United.
Revie changed everything about the club from match preparation to the team’s kit. Prior to Revie’s arrival, Leeds United wore blue and yellow. He wanted the club to compete with the best in Europe, so Revie changed the club’s home kit to all-white like Real Madrid’s home strip. Revie won two First Division titles as Leeds United manager between 1961 and 1974.
Leeds United returned to the forefront of English football in the 1990s. Manager Howard Wilkinson brought a number of players to the club, including Eric Cantona. Leeds United claimed a third league trophy in 1991-92. It was the last First Division title before the tournament was renamed the Premier League. A huge financial collapse around 2000 saw Leeds United relegated to the Championship in 2004.
Bet on Leeds United
Leading sportsbooks offer betting markets on Leeds United every matchday of the football season. The long football campaign provides bettors the opportunity to wager on the Yorkshire-based club in a variety of ways. Bettors can wager on Leeds United as the outright winner of the Premier League, League Cup, or the FA Cup competition before they kick off each tournament.
There is the opportunity to bet on one-off matches, players, correct scores, goals, and more. Special offers on big games in the league or domestic cup competitions are also available with major bookies. Of course, football bettors love to wager on Leeds United when they play the Premier League’s big teams, including Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, and Tottenham Hotspur.
Bettors have the chance to select bets on the Super Whites in the transfer market and which player(s) will arrive at the club each transfer window. Bettors can even wager on who will be the next manager to join the Elland Road outfit, if the club decides to make a change.
Leeds United Players
In 2020-21, Leeds United were one of the Premier League’s most exciting teams to watch. They conceded goals and scored them in nearly equal measure. Marcelo Biesla has some exciting players in the team for the new season including Jack Harrison, Kalvin Phillips, Patrick Bamford, and Raphinha.
In 2020-21, Leeds United played their first season in the Premier League in 16 years. Bamford scored 17 goals during the campaign to lead the team in goals. Harrison is an exciting player that plays on the wing. He bagged eight goals for the team. While Bamford and Harrison are goal scorers, Phillips is one of the best holding midfielders in the Premier League. He helped England reach the Euro 2020 final.
Leeds United Honours
First Division/Premier League
Champions (3): 1968–69, 1973–74, 1991–92
Champions (4): 1923–24, 1963–64, 1989–90, 2019–20
FA Charity/Community Shield
Winners: 1969, 1992
European Cup/Champions League
UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup
Inter-Cities Fairs Cup
Winners: 1967–68, 1970–71
Leeds United All-Time Top Goalscorers
1. Peter Lorimer – 238 goals
2. John Charles – 151 goals
3. Allan Clarke – 187 goals
4. Tom Jennings – 117 goals
5. Billy Bremner – 115 goals
Leeds United Legends
Leeds United have had some of the best players to grace English football wear the all-white kit. Don Revie, Billy Bremner, and Joe Jordan are three of the greats to play at Elland Road.
More recently, the club had the likes of Eric Cantona, Harry Kewell, and Rio Ferdinand in the ranks. Cantona was the catalyst to Leeds United’s most recent First Division title. It was the final season before the Premier League kicked off.
Here are just some of the legendary players to have worn the famous white strip over the years:
- Don Revie
- Gordon Steachan
- Peter Lorimer
- Eddie Gray
- Norman Hunter
- Mark Viduka
- Gary McAllister
- lee Bowyer
- Harry Kewell
- Billy Bremner
- John Charles
- Jack Charlton
- Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink
- Nigel Martyn
- Lucas Radebe
- Allan Clarke
- Vinnie Jones
- David Batty
- Tony Yeboha
- Gary Speed
- Rio Ferdinand
Leeds United Managers
No manager has done more for Leeds United than Don Revie. The former Leeds United player became manager in 1961 and set out to transform the club. Revie altered everything about the way the club worked and even gave them the iconic white home strip. Howard Wilkinson is arguably the club’s second-greatest managers.
Wilkinson joined the club in 1988 and oversaw a Second Division title in 1989-90 and the team’s last First Divisions championship in 1991-92.
|Dick Ray||October 1919 - February 1920|
|Arthur Fairclough||February 1920 - May 1927|
|Dick Ray||July 1917 - March 1935|
|Billy Hampson||July 1935 - May 1947|
|Willis Edwards||May 1947 - April 1948|
|Major Frank Buckley||May 1948 - April 1953|
|Raich Carter||May 1953 - June 1958|
|Willis Edwards||July 1958 - December 1958|
|Bill Lambton||December 1958 - April 1959|
|Jack Taylor||May 1959 - March 1961|
|Don Revie||March 1961 - July 1974|
|Brian Clough||July 1974 - September 1974|
|Jimmy Armfield||October 1974 - June 1978|
|Jock Stein||August 1978 - October 1978|
|Jimmy Adamson||October 1978 - October 1980|
|David Merrington||October 1980|
|Allan Clarke||October 1980 - June 1982|
|Eddie Gray||July 1982 - October 1985|
|Peter Gunby||October 1985|
|Billy Bremner||October 1985 - September 1988|
|Peter Gunby||September 1988 - October 1988|
|Howard Wilkinson||October 1988 - September 1996|
|George Graham||September 1996 - October 1998|
|David O'Leary||October 1998 - June 2002|
|Terry Venables||June 2002 - March 2003|
|Peter Reid||March 2003 - November 2003|
|Eddie Gray||November 2003 - May 2004|
|Kevin Blackwell||June 2004 - September 2006|
|John Carver||September 2006 - October 2006|
|David Geddis||October 2006|
|Dennis Wise||October 2006 - January 2008|
|Gwyn Williams||January 2008|
|Gary McAllister||January 2008 - December 2008|
|Simon Grayson||December 2008 - February 2012|
|Neil Redfearn||February 2012|
|Neil Warnock||February 2012 - April 2013|
|Neil Redfearn||April 2013|
|Brain McDermott||April 2013 - June 2014|
|Dave Hockaday||July 2014 - August 2014|
|Neil Redfearn||August 2014 - September 2014|
|Darko Milanic||September 2014 - October 2014|
|Neil Redfearn||November 2014 - june 2015|
|Uwe Rosler||July 2015 - October 2015|
|Steve Evans||October 2015 - May 2016|
|Garry Monk||June 2016 - May 2017|
|Thomas Christiansen||June 2017 - February 2018|
|Paul Heckingbottom||February 2018 - June 2018|
|Marcelo Bielsa||June 2018 - February 2022|
|Jesse Marsch||February 2022 -|