Leeds United Football Club's Unofficial LUFC Site

Elland Road Stadium, photograph taken during Leeds Uniteds last match winning promotion to the nPower Championship

LUFC Leeds United

LUFC, Established in 1919 Leeds United is an English Football team based at Elland Road Stadium, which is the home of Leeds United and is a mecca for all fans of the Yorkshire based Football Club. Leeds United has an illustrious footballing history spanning back decades which include a wealth of silverware including...

  • First Division Champions in 1969, 1974 and 1992 !
  • League Cup Winners in 1968 !
  • FA Cup Winners in 1972 !
  • Charity Shield Winners 1969 and 1992 !
  • UEFA Cup Winners in 1968 and 1971 !
  • Central League Winners in 1937 !
  • FA Youth Cup Winners in 1993 and 1997 !
  • European Cup and Euro Cup Winners Cup Finalists in 1973 and 1975 !

Marching On Together

Were Going To See You Win, we are so proud, we shout it out loud, we love you Leeds, Leeds, Leeds!

The White Rose, a symbol of the county of Yorkshire and also a familar reminder of Leeds united, the pride of Yorkshire.

These are the lyrics from Leeds United's iconic team song coined in the early seventies by Barry Mason and Lees Reed, the B-side to the Leeds United single that entered the UK top ten charts twice in 1972 and 2010. Every home game at Elland road opens with the loyal fans singing their clubs anthem.

Listen to Marching On Together | Leeds, Leeds, Leeds!

The Leeds United fan base

Thousands of Leeds United fans cheering on the LUFC at Elland Road.

Yorkshire's Premier Football Club, Leeds United, has one of the worlds biggest fan bases with supporters and followers from every corner of the globe, and our unofficial site is no different. We enjoy one ell of an hefty following from our dedicated Leeds United fans on our Facebook Page LUFC | Leeds United and our Twitter Account #LUFC_LEEDS. So if you love Leeds United, Join us, like our Facebook page and tweet us, talk about your favorite football club and have your say with fellow fans, and help make us the number one authority for Unnoficial Leeds United Online

Don Revie, Billy Bremner, Eddie Gray, John Charles are just a few of the mighty Leeds United Legends. Ken Baites, Harry Kewell, Alan Smith, Kevin Nichols and Eric Cantona are just a few of the Leeds United most hated.