The Leeds United Database is a complete record of Leeds United's match history since
the football club was founded.
Leeds United Football Club was founded in 1920 after it’s predecessor Leeds City
was disbanded, and is historically one of the most successful clubs in English football.
As a one-club city Leeds has a fanatical and loyal fan-base. Leeds United is one
of the best-supported teams in England.
Leeds United Database Extracts
Leeds United have been League Champions 3 times, won the FA Cup once, the League
Cup once, and the Inter Cities Fairs Cup twice.
Most of these trophies were won during Don Revie’s era as manager of Leeds United
(1961-75). During that period the club were very rarely out of the top 4 in the top
For most of Leeds United’s history the club has been in the top flight of English
Leeds United FC have always played at the same ground, Elland Road. The ground has
a capacity of over 39,000.
A number of high profile characters have been involved with Leeds United FC over
the years including Don Revie, John Charles, Raich Carter, Billy Bremner, Allan Clarke,
Eddie Gray, Jack Charlton, Norman Hunter, Howard Wilkinson, George Graham, David
O’Leary, Rio Ferdinand, Lucas Radebe, Gary McAllister etc etc etc
Leeds United FC have a UK and worldwide fan-base, with Leeds United Supporters Clubs
across the UK and in most major countries.
Leeds United’s famous all-white kit (the same as Real Madrid) was introduced in the
1961 under Don Revie. Prior to that they wore blue and yellow shirts.
This is a very brief overview of the rich history of this famous football club. Our
Leeds United FC Database traces the full history, with details of every single match
since 1920, right up to the last full season. Plus lots more....