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Leeds Utd 1990-91 Match Worn No.8 Shirt - Squad Signed. Rod Wallace.

 

Season: Leeds' first season back in Division 1 resulted in a hard fought campaign and top 4 finish.

 

Player/s: Varadi/Shutt were the main users of the No. 8 shirt during the 90/91 season but often wore short sleeves. Therefore most likely to have been worn by Rod Wallace (signed in 1991) during pre-season matches before the 91/92 title-winning campaign. He became an integral part of the Leeds squad contributing massively towards Division 1 and Charity Shield honours. He is number 45 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, stitched numbers, embroidered football league patches, long sleeves. Stunning shirt that is signed by all the squad (including Rod Wallace). Shirt carries 'stains' from heavy match use.

 

1990/91 No.8 Leeds Match Worn Shirt - Topman sponsor. Squad signed.

 

  


  

 

Leeds Utd 1990-91 Match Worn No.4 Shirt - Whitlow/Batty.

 

Season: Leeds' first season back in Division 1 resulted in a hard fought campaign and top 4 finish.

 

Player/s: David Batty/Mike Whitlow were the only users of the No. 4 shirt during the 90/91 season. As Batty wore short sleeves on very rare occasions then this is likely to have been his alternative choice throughout the season. However Mike Whitlow did wear short sleeves during two away matches; Tottenham and Manchester United (League Cup semi-final).

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, stitched numbers, embroidered football league patches. Stunning shirt that is signed by all the squad and is in good condition (for age).

 

1990/91 No.4 Leeds Match Worn Shirt - Topman sponsor. Squad signed.

 

  


  

 

Leeds Utd 1991-92 Match Worn YEP No.7 Shirt - Gordon Strachan! League CHAMPIONS!

 

Season: After 18 years Leeds become the final winners of the Football League Division One as the country’s top League, as it became the English Premier League in 1992-93. The last time (to date) that Leeds have been crowned CHAMPIONS OF ENGLAND.

 

Player: Gordon Strachan - captain of the championship winning team. He made a total of 40 appearances during the 91/92 campaign scoring 5 times. Part of the iconic Leeds United midfield that gained promotion from Division 2 in 1990 and then went on to become the Champions of England in 1992. Strachan was voted Leeds' player of year in 1993. He is number 5 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, stitched numbers, embroidered football league patches, long sleeves, squad signed. Stunning shirt in excellent condition (for age). An iconic shirt amongst LUFC fans for the history that was made in this shirt. 

 

 

1991/92 Gordon Strachan No.7 Leeds Match Worn Shirt - Yorkshire Evening Post Sponsor. Squad signed. Worn during the season when Leeds became CHAMPIONS OF ENGLAND! 

 

 


  

 

Leeds Utd 1991-92 Match Worn YEP No.14 Shirt - Steve Hodge! League CHAMPIONS!

 

Season: After 18 years Leeds become the final winners of the Football League Division One as the country’s top League, as it became the English Premier League in 1992-93. The last time (to date) that Leeds have been crowned CHAMPIONS OF ENGLAND.

 

Player: Steve Hodge - super-sub of the championship winning team. Steve Hodge made a total of 23 appearances during the Championship winning season. Steve was often used as a substitute (hence #14) but can be remembered for some telling cameos off the bench in which he scored some vital goals. He scored a total of 7 goals including one on his home debut (versus Sheffield Wednesday) wearing this very shit.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, stitched numbers, embroidered football league patches, squad signed. Stunning shirt in excellent condition (for age). An iconic shirt amongst LUFC fans for the history that was made in this shirt. 

 

 

 

1991/92 Steve Hodge No.14 Leeds Match Worn Shirt - Yorkshire Evening Post Sponsor. Squad signed. Worn during the season when Leeds became CHAMPIONS OF ENGLAND!

 

 


  

 

Leeds Utd 1991-92 Match Worn No.11 Shirt - League CHAMPIONS! Worn by GARY SPEED including the 3-2 victory against Sheffield Utd when Leeds clinched the title.

 

Season: After 18 years Leeds become the final winners of the Football League Division One as the country’s top League, as it became the English Premier League in 1992-93. The last time (to date) that Leeds have been crowned CHAMPIONS OF ENGLAND.

 

Player/s: Gary Speed. Gary started his professional career with Leeds and later held the title for the most Premiership appearances. Gary, part of the iconic midfield that featured Batty, McAllister and Strachan, was known for his versatility however predominantly played as a left midfielder. Gary made a total of 45 appearances in the 93/94 season (3 goals) and 40 appearances in 94/95 season (2 goals). Gary was sadly found dead in 2011 at the age 42 but will be remembered as one of Leeds' greats making a total of 311 appearances and scoring 57 goals. He is number 28 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, stitched numbers, embroidered football league patches, long sleeves. Stunning shirt in good condition (for age) but clear signs of match use. An iconic shirt amongst LUFC fans for the history that was made in this shirt. 

 

 

 

 


 

   

Leeds Utd 1991-92 Match Worn No.16 Shirt - League CHAMPIONS! Squad Signed! Yorkshire Evening Post!

 

Season: After 18 years Leeds become the final winners of the Football League Division One as the country’s top League, as it became the English Premier League in 1992-93. The last time (to date) that Leeds have been crowned CHAMPIONS OF ENGLAND.

 

Player/s: The shirt is quite unusual as it is number 16 and therefore will have only been used during friendly matches when a full squad will have got an outing. Number 12 and 14 were used by substitutes during league matches and therefore Number 13, 15 and 16 were usually worn by members of the coaching team. Number 16 is believed to have been worn by physio Alan Sutton during match days.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, stitched numbers, embroidered football league patches. Stunning shirt in good condition (for age) and beautifully signed by the title winning squad. An iconic shirt amongst LUFC fans for the history that was made in this shirt. 

 

1991/92 No.16 Leeds Match Worn Shirt - Yorkshire Evening Post Sponsor. Worn during the season when Leeds became CHAMPIONS OF ENGLAND!

 

 


 

 

Leeds Utd 1992-93 Match Worn No.3 Shirt - Charity Shield Final WINNERS at WEMBLEY! Worn and signed by goal scorer Tony Dorigo!

 

Season:  The 92/93 season was the first ever Premier League and Champions League season and also the first ever Champions League season. As Leeds were reigning Champions then they contested a Charity Shield Final against the reigning FA Cup winners; Liverpool. Leeds tuned up for the new season and their defence of their title and assault on Europe with a magnificent 4-3 Charity Shield victory over Liverpool at Wembley, in which Cantona scored a hat-trick and Dorigo scored the other, in a scintillating match.

 

Player/s: Tony Dorigo. Dorigo made 171 appearances for the club and scored 5 goals; the most memorable coming in this very shirt as he scored Leeds' second in the 4-3 Charity Shield win over Liverpool. Signed in the previous season, Dorigo became United's best player in the left-back position since Terry Cooper. His cultured play, positional sense and lightening speed saw him send a stream of crosses in which many were converted. Tony was voted Leeds' player of year in 1992. He is number 18 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, stitched numbers, embroidered match detail. Stunning shirt that is in excellent condition and has also been signed by Dorigo. Very, very rare as many of these shirts will still be in players' private collections. True LUFC history!

 

1992/93 Tony Dorigo No.3 Leeds Match Worn Shirt - Worn during the Charity Shield Final v Liverpool at Wembley. Signed by player.

 

 


  

Leeds Utd 1992-93 Match Worn No.15 Shirt - Very Rare!

 

Season:  The 92/93 season was the first ever Premier League and Champions League season and also the first ever Champions League season. Unfortunately Leeds' defence of the title was in vain, as they cold only secure 17th position in the Premier League. 

 

Player/s: Substitutes shirt that is likely to have been worn in European fixtures and friendly matches (such as Grampus 8) .

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, stitched numbers, plastic premier league patches, squad signed. This shirt is extremely rare and was only worn competitively on a few occasions; v Stuttgart, v Southampton, v Tottenham.

 

1992/93 No.15 Leeds Match Worn Shirt - Worn during the European campaign. Squad signed.

 

 


 

 

Leeds Utd 1992-93 Match Worn No.4 Shirt - David Batty/Rocastle

 

Season:  The 92/93 season was the first ever Premier League and Champions League season and also the first ever Champions League season. Unfortunately Leeds' European adventure ended in the second round.

 

Player/s: David Batty/Rocastle. Throughout the 92/93 season then Batty was the main user of the number 4 shirt (but rarely wore short sleeves). In Batty's absence, then Rocastle would use the number 4 shirt who was more likely to use short sleeves.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, stitched numbers, embroidered premier league patches.

 

 1992/93 David Batty/Rocastle No.4 Leeds Match Worn Shirt.

 

  


 

Leeds Utd 1993-94 Match Worn Shirt - Mark Beeney.

 

Season: Leeds bounced back from a disappointing previous season to finish 5th in both the 93/94 season and 94/95 season. Both seasons were to be entertaining and saw Leeds back amongst Europe's elite.

 

Player: Mark Beeney. Signed from Brighton as a back-up for John Lukic at the time. However a poor run of form at the start of the 1993/94 season so Beeney take over the 'Number 1' spot. The 93/94 season was to be Beeney's most significant where he made total of 27 appearances.  In the following seasons Beeney was mainly used as back-up again and later left the club in 1999.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, player specification lettering, stitched numbers, player-size felt premier league patches, long sleeves. As the shirt features embroidered premier league patches then this shirt would have been worn in the 93/94 season (as felt premier league patches were worn in the 94/95 season). The shirt is one of the clubs 'ugliest' designs of all-time.

 

1993/94 Mrk Beeney Leeds Match Worn Shirt - Goalkeeper kit!

 


 

Leeds Utd 1993-94 Match Worn Shirt - David Batty.

 

Season: Leeds bounced back from a disappointing previous season to finish 5th in both the 93/94 season and 94/95 season. Both seasons were to be entertaining and saw Leeds back amongst Europe's elite.

 

Player: David Batty. Born in Leeds, a tireless and sometimes ruthless forager of the ball, he was very popular with the Leeds United faithful. But there was more to his game than simply breaking up opposition attacks; having won the ball, his distribution was excellent, making him the springboard for many counterattacks. He is number 14 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, player specification lettering, stitched numbers, player-size felt premier league patches, long sleeves. As the shirt features embroidered premier league patches then this shirt would have been worn in the 93/94 season (as felt premier league patches were worn in the 94/95 season). The shirt also does not have the 'asics' logo on the number 4 making it an extremely rare example as the club only used this type of number at the start of the 1993/94 season.

 

1993/94 David Batty Leeds Match Worn Shirt - Leeds Legend!

 

 


 

 

Leeds Utd 1993-95 Match Worn Shirt - David Wetherall.

 

Season: Leeds bounced back from a disappointing previous season to finish 5th in both the 93/94 season and 94/95 season. Both seasons were to be entertaining and saw Leeds back amongst Europe's elite.

 

Player: David Wetherall. Signed from Sheffield Wednesday, he and fellow defender Jon Newsome followed Wilkinson when he moved to Leeds in 1991. A solid and reliable central defender his studious approach to the game was reflected in his gaining of a chemistry degree. He started 232 games and scored 18 times before leaving for Bradford City in 1999. He earned cult status with vital goals against Manchester United, but earned even greater acclaim when scoring the winner for Bradford City against Liverpool on the last day of the season, to save his team from relegation and ensure United's qualification for the Champions League. He is number 57 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, player specification lettering, stitched numbers, player-size felt premier league patches, long sleeves. As the shirt features embroidered premier league patches then this shirt would have been worn in the 93/94 season (as felt premier league patches were worn in the 94/95 season). The shirt has also been signed 'Best Wishes' by David on the back.

 

 1993/94 David Wetherall Leeds Match Worn Shirt - signed by player!

 

 


  

 

Leeds Utd 1993-95 Match Worn Shirt - Gary Kelly.

 

Season: Leeds bounced back from a disappointing previous season to finish 5th in both the 93/94 season and 94/95 season. Both seasons were to be entertaining and saw Leeds back amongst Europe's elite.

 

Player: Gary Kelly (ever-present in both the 93/94 and 94/95 seasons).This style of shirt comes from a period when Kelly made the right-back position his own with a series of superb displays, his blinding speed and tenacity making him a daunting opponent for any winger. Kelly, the only Whites player of the post Don Revie era to join the exclusive 500 appearances club, was at Elland Road for 16 years after first coming over from Home Farm in July 1991. He made 531 appearances for United, making him the eighth highest-ever club appearance maker and was awarded a Testimonial match in 2002.  He is number 44 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, player specification lettering, stitched numbers, player-size felt premier league patches, long sleeves. As the shirt features felt premier league patches then this shirt would have been worn in the 94/95 season (as embroidered premier league patches were worn in the 93/94 season).

 

1994/95 Gary Kelly Leeds Match Worn Shirt.

 

  


   

 

Leeds Utd 1993-95 Match Worn Shirt - Legend Gary Mac! Very Rare!

 

Season: Leeds bounced back from a disappointing previous season to finish 5th in both the 93/94 season and 94/95 season. Both seasons were to be entertaining and saw Leeds back amongst Europe's elite.

 

Player: Gary McAllister. One of Leeds' greatest ever captains. Gary was signed from Leicester and was influential in helping Leeds win the First Division title in 1992. Gary was part of the iconic midfield that featured Batty, Speed and Strachan. Gary made a total of 47 appearances in both the 93/94 season (8 goals) and 94/95 season (6 goals). Gary, known for his set-piece skills, enjoyed 6 season with the mighty whites making a total of 293 appearances scoring 45 goals. Gary was voted Leeds' player of year in 1994. He is number 11 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, player specification lettering, stitched numbers, player-size felt premier league patches, long sleeves.

 

1993/95 Gary McAllister Leeds Match Worn Shirt.

 

 

 


 

 

Leeds Utd 1993-95 Match Worn Shirt - Gary Speed!

 

Season: Leeds bounced back from a disappointing previous season to finish 5th in both the 93/94 season and 94/95 season. Both seasons were to be entertaining and saw Leeds back amongst Europe's elite.

 

Player: Gary Speed. Gary started his professional career with Leeds and later held the title for the most Premiership appearances. Gary, part of the iconic midfield that featured Batty, McAllister and Strachan, was known for his versatility however predominantly played as a left midfielder. Gary made a total of 45 appearances in the 93/94 season (3 goals) and 40 appearances in 94/95 season (2 goals). Gary was sadly found dead in 2011 at the age 42 but will be remembered as one of Leeds' greats making a total of 311 appearances and scoring 57 goals. He is number 28 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, player specification lettering, stitched numbers, player-size felt premier league patches, long sleeves.

 

 1993/95 Gary Speed Match Worn Shirt

 

 


 

 

 Leeds Utd 1995-96 Match Worn Shirt - Gary Kelly. Still Dirty.

 

Season: After finishing 5th in the 94/95 season, Leeds were rewarded with an European campaign which included an entertaining game in Monaco. Leeds were very unflattering in the Premier League - finishing 13th. However the season will be remembered for a Wembley appearance that saw Leeds become Coca-Cola League Cup runners-up.

 

Player: Gary Kelly (ever-present in both the 93/94 and 94/95 seasons).This style of shirt comes from a period when Kelly made the right-back position his own with a series of superb displays, his blinding speed and tenacity making him a daunting opponent for any winger. Kelly, the only Whites player of the post Don Revie era to join the exclusive 500 appearances club, was at Elland Road for 16 years after first coming over from Home Farm in July 1991. He made 531 appearances for United, making him the eighth highest-ever club appearance maker and was awarded a Testimonial match in 2002.  He is number 44 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, player specification lettering, stitched numbers, player-size felt premier league patches, long sleeves. As the shirt doesn't feature 'Asics' on the numbers then this shirt would have been worn in the 95/96 season (as the numbers had 'Asics' sponsorship in the 94/95 season).

 

1995/96 Gary Kelly Leeds Match Worn Shirt - unwashed and filthy!

 

 

 


 

  

Leeds Utd 1995-96 Match Worn Shirt - Brian Deane!

  

Season: After finishing 5th in the 94/95 season, Leeds were rewarded with an European campaign which included an entertaining game in Monaco. Leeds were very unflattering in the Premier League - finishing 13th. However the season will be remembered for a Wembley appearance that saw Leeds become Coca-Cola League Cup runners-up.

 

Player: Brian Deane. Brian was signed from rivals Sheffield United for a club record fee (at the time) of £2.7 million. Deano was mainly used as a target man when first signed but was later played as a left winger. Brian holds the record of scoring the first ever Premiership goal. Brian enjoyed two spells with Leeds and made a total of 39 appearances (scoring 9 goals) during the 95/96 season. Brian was voted Leeds' player of year in 1995. He is number 84 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, player specification lettering, stitched numbers, player-size felt premier league patches, long sleeves. As the shirt doesn't feature 'Asics' on the numbers then this shirt would have been worn in the 95/96 season (as the numbers had 'Asics' sponsorship in the 94/95 season).

 

1995/96 Brian Deane Leeds Match Worn Shirt.

 

  


 

Leeds Utd 1995-96 Match Worn No.9 Shirt - Tony Yeboah LEAGUE CUP FINAL! Unique embroidery to chest! Squad Signed!

 

Season: After finishing 5th in the 94/95 season, Leeds were rewarded with an European campaign which included an entertaining game in Monaco. Leeds were very unflattering in the Premier League - finishing 13th. However the season will be remembered for a Wembley appearance that saw Leeds become Coca-Cola League Cup runners-up.

 

Player: Tony Yeboah. The Ghanian striker made an instant impact when arriving at Elland Road. Yeboah made a total of 66 appearances for the club and scored 32 goals including memorable strikes against Liverpool and Wimbledon (which won Goal of the Season). Yeboah was voted Leeds' player of year in 1996 - the clubs first ever non-British winner. He is number 22 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

Other Details: Embroidered match details, embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, stitched numbers, player-size felt premier league patches, long sleeves.

 

 

1995/96 Tony Yeboah No.9 Leeds Match Worn Shirt. Worn during the Coca-Cola Cup Final at Wembley. Squad signed!

 

 


 

 

Leeds Utd 1995-96 Match Worn Shirt - Carlton Palmer!

 

 

Season: After finishing 5th in the 94/95 season, Leeds were rewarded with an European campaign which included an entertaining game in Monaco. Leeds were very unflattering in the Premier League - finishing 13th. However the season will be remembered for a Wembley appearance that saw Leeds become Coca-Cola League Cup runners-up.

 

Player: Carlton Palmer. Signed by Howard Wilkinson from rivals Sheffield Wednesday for a fee of £2.6 million. Palmer was signed as a replacement for the legendary David Batty. Carlton went onto make over 100 appearances (scoring 5 goals) over 3 seasons.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, player specification lettering, stitched numbers, player-size felt premier league patches, short sleeves.

 

1995/96 Carlton Palmer Match Worn Shirt

 

 

 


 

 

Leeds Utd 1995-96 Match Worn Shirt - Mark Jackson UNRELEASED shirt! Super-rare as it is from the league games rather than the cup!

 

 

Season: After finishing 5th in the 94/95 season, Leeds were rewarded with an European campaign which included an entertaining game in Monaco. Leeds were very unflattering in the Premier League - finishing 13th. However the season will be remembered for a Wembley appearance that saw Leeds become Coca-Cola League Cup runners-up.

 

Player: Mark Jackson. Mark was brought through the Leeds Academy and made a total of 19 appearances during his 4 seasons at the club. After struggling to break into a team that included Woodgate, Radebe, Wetherall and Molenaar he was played out of position as a defensive midfielder. A player that held much potential but unfortunately his time at Leeds was stricken with injuries.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, player specification lettering, stitched numbers, player-size felt premier league patches, long sleeves. This shirt is VERY rare as it was released midway through the season (as the players complained the green/blue kit was too dark) and thus never released as a replica. This shirt was only worn in two league games (vs QPR and Wimbledon).

1995/96 Mark Jackson Leeds Match Issued Shirt. Very rare shirt that was never released as a replica. Stunning!

 


 

  

Leeds Utd 1996-97 Match Worn Shirt - Tony Yeboah!

 

Season: The 1996/97 season was to be a transition period for the club that saw a managerial change with George Graham replacing Howard Wilkinson. GG, known for his defensive set-up, guided the club into 11th position.

 

Player: Tony Yeboah. The Ghanian striker made an instant impact when arriving at Elland Road. Yeboah made a total of 66 appearances for the club and scored 32 goals including memorable strikes against Liverpool and Wimbledon (which won Goal of the Season). However the 96/97 season was to be Tony's last for the club as he struggled to recover from injury and fit into George Graham's defensive set-up. Yeboah was voted Leeds' player of year in 1996 - the clubs first ever non-British winner. He is number 22 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, felt numbers/letters, player-size felt premier league patches, long sleeves.

 

 

1996/97 Tony Yeboah Leeds Match Worn Shirt.

 

 


 

Leeds Utd 1996-97 Match Worn Shirt - Lee Sharpe!

 

 

Season: The 1996/97 season was to be a transition period for the club that saw a managerial change with George Graham replacing Howard Wilkinson. GG, known for his defensive set-up, guided the club into 11th position.

 

Player: Lee Sharpe. After 8 years at arch-rivals Manchester United, Lee was signed for a joint record transfer fee (at the time) of £4.5 million. Lee was the last signing made by Howard Wilkinson and had a productive first season making 26 appearances and scoring 5 goals. However Lee failed to become a first team regular after missing an entire season with a serious knee injury and then a clash of personalities led to a transfer to Bradford City.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, felt numbers/letters, player-size felt premier league patches, long sleeves.

 

 

1996/97 Lee Sharpe Match Worn Shirt

 


 

  

Leeds Utd 1996-97 Match Worn Shirt - Lucas Radebe. The Chief!

 

Season: The 1996/97 season was to be a transition period for the club that saw a managerial change with George Graham replacing Howard Wilkinson. GG, known for his defensive set-up, guided the club into 11th position.

 

Player: Lucas Radebe. The Chief was signed in 1994 as part of the deal that brought fellow South African Phillip Masinga to the club. Radebe was only part of the deal to keep Masinga happy however went onto become one of the greatest captains Leeds has ever had. The 96/97 season was when Lucas was given the number 5 shirt and began to flourish and build his reputation as one of the greatest defenders to play for the club. Radebe, a cult-hero with the fans, can be remembered for his tough tackling, turning down a move to rivals Man Utd and taking a wage reduction when the club were relegated in 2004. He made 261 appearances (3 goals)for United and was awarded a Testimonial match in 2005. Lucas was voted Leeds' player of year in 1998. He is number 13 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, felt numbers/letters, player-size felt premier league patches.

 

1996/98 Lucas Radebe Leeds Match Worn Shirt - The Chief!

 


 

 

Leeds Utd 1996-98 Match Worn Shirt - Rodney Wallace!

 

 

Season: The 1996/97 season was to be a transition period for the club that saw a managerial change with George Graham replacing Howard Wilkinson. GG, known for his defensive set-up, guided the club into 11th position.

 

Player: Rodney Wallace. Wallace enjoyed 7 successful seasons at Elland Road in which he collected a First Division winners medal. Known for his trickery and pace, Wallace made a total of 221 appearances for the club and scored 66 goals. Wallace finished as the leading scorer in the 96/97 season and was also the second leading scorer in the 97/98 season - this being his last season with the club. He is number 45 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, felt numbers/letters, player-size felt premier league patches, long sleeves. The away shirt (with this style lettering/numbering was used in both the 96/97 season and 97/98 season)

1996/98 Rod Wallace Leeds Match Worn Shirt.

 


   

 

Leeds Utd 1997-98 Match Worn Shirt - Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink. Worn on his debut v Arsenal - the only match he ever wore Jimmy on his back!

 

 

Season: The 1997/98 season was a successful campaign which saw Leeds climb the table and finish 5th in the Premiership. The position in league meant that Leeds would return to the UEFA cup in the following season.

 

Player: Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink. The Dutchman made a huge impact in front of goal during his 2 year spell at the club finishing as the top goal scorer in both the 97/98 season (38 appearances/24 goals) and 98/99 season. In total, Jimmy made 85 appearances for the club and scored 43 times - a strike ratio that is up there with the very best. This particular shirt is INCREDIBLY rare as it was worn in his DEBUT for Leeds (in which he scored). He is number 27 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, felt numbers/letters, player-size felt premier league patches, long sleeves. An incredible rare shirt that features 'JIMMY' on the back. This shirt was worn by JFH on his debut vs Arsenal at Elland Road in which he scored. This is the only match that JFH wore 'JIMMY' on his back - this was because the FA wouldn't allow nicknames to be displayed on the back of shirts (Jimmy classed as a nickname as his birth name is Jerrel)

 

 

1999/98 Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink Leeds Match Worn Shirt - worn on his debut v Arsenal in which he scored! ''JIMMY'' on the back - one-off!

 

 

 


 

  

Leeds Utd 1998-99 Match Worn Shirt - Hasselbaink UEFA cup shirt. No puma logo down the sleeves, very rare! 

 

Season: The 1998/99 built upon an excellent previous season and saw Leeds finish 5th in the Premiership. This again meant that Leeds would battle it out in Europe.

 

Player: Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink. The Dutchman made a huge impact in front of goal during his 2 year spell at the club finishing as the top goal scorer in both the 97/98 season (38 appearances/24 goals) and 98/99 season. In total, Jimmy made 85 appearances for the club and scored 43 times - a strike ratio that is up there with the very best. He is number 27 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embossed manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, felt player-size numbers/letters (European specification), long sleeves. An incredible rare shirt that was only used in the UEFA cup. This shirt differs from the shirts used in the FA Premiership as it does not have Puma logos down the side panels of the sleeves. A SUPER rare shirt.

 

 

1998/99 Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink Leeds Match Worn Shirt - worn during the UEFA Cup. No Puma logos down the sleeves!

 

 


 

  

Leeds Utd 1999-00 Match Worn Shirt - Danny Mills UEFA cup shirt! Signed by Danny!

 

 

Season: The 1999/00 season was a very successful campaign which saw Leeds finishing 3rd and earning the right to face Europe's elite again. In addition to qualifying for the UEFA Champions League, Leeds also managed to reach the semi-final of the UEFA cup before being eliminated by Galatasaray in tragic circumstances.

 

Player: Danny Mills. Danny was signed from Charlton to provide cover which restricted him to only making 20 appearances in his first season (99/00). However it wasn't long until Danny become a first team regular and important member of David O'Leary's team. A favourite with the LUFC faithful for his no-nonsense defending. He is number 51 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, felt player-size numbers/letters (European specification). An incredible rare shirt that was only used in the UEFA cup. This shirt differs from the shirts used in the FA Premiership as it does not feature the Packard Bell logo on the shirt. The shirt is also signed by Danny on the front and was given to a youth player at the club.

 

 

1999/00 Danny Mills Leeds Match Worn Shirt - worn during the UEFA Cup. Signed by the player.

 

 


 

 

 Leeds Utd 1999-00 Match Worn Shirt - worn by Kewell in the UEFA cup run where we reached the semi-finals! Very different to premiership shirts.

 

Season: The 1999/00 season was a very successful campaign which saw Leeds finishing 3rd and earning the right to face Europe's elite again. In addition to qualifying for the UEFA Champions League, Leeds also managed to reach the semi-final of the UEFA cup before being eliminated by Galatasaray in tragic circumstances.

 

Player: Harry Kewell. Snapped-up at an early age from the Australian Institute of Sport, Harry Kewell became an integral part of David O'Leary's babies. Harry had a great amount of pace and trickery and excellent footballing brain which made his enormous potential easily recognisable . Although not regarded as a LUFC fans favourite (due to his decision to later join Galatasaray), not even the hard-core of Leeds fan can deny his incredible talent whilst wearing the white shirt. Harry made a total of 181 appearances (scoring 45 goals) which included 53 appearances (17 goals) coming in the 99/00 season. Harry was voted Leeds' player of year in 2000. He is number 20 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, felt player-size numbers/letters (European specification), long sleeves. An incredible rare shirt that was only used in the UEFA cup. This shirt differs from the shirts used in the FA Premiership as it does not feature the Packard Bell logo on the shirt. The shirt is also signed by Harry on the back.

 

 

1999/00 Harry Kewell Leeds Match Worn Shirt - worn during the UEFA Cup. Signed by the player.

 


  

 

Leeds Utd 1999-00 Match Worn Shirt - Lee Bowyer v Roma! Uefa Cup semi-finalist!

 

 

Season: The 1999/00 season was a very successful campaign which saw Leeds finishing 3rd and earning the right to face Europe's elite again. In addition to qualifying for the UEFA Champions League, Leeds also managed to reach the semi-final of the UEFA cup before being eliminated by Galatasaray in tragic circumstances.

 

Player: Lee Bowyer. Lee was signed in the summer of 1996 for a then British record fee for a teenager of £3 million. Bowyer epitomises a true box-to-box midfielder with his incredible work rate, tough tackles and eye for goal. Leeds made a total of 203 appearances (scoring 38 times) in which 46 appearances (11 goals) came in the 99/00 season Even a well-publicised court case did not effect Bowyers' performances and subsequently he was voted Leeds' player of year in 1999 and 2001. He is number 25 in Leeds' 100 greatest players of all time.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, felt player-size numbers/letters (European specification), long sleeves.

 

 

1999/00 Lee Bowyer Leeds Match Worn Shirt - worn during the UEFA Cup v Roma.

 

 


  

Leeds Utd 1999-00 Match Worn Shirt - worn by Huckerby during the UEFA cup semi-final run!

 

Season: The 1999/00 season was a very successful campaign which saw Leeds finishing 3rd and earning the right to face Europe's elite again. In addition to qualifying for the UEFA Champions League, Leeds also managed to reach the semi-final of the UEFA cup before being eliminated by Galatasaray in tragic circumstances.

 

Player: Darren Huckerby. Darren was signed to compete with top players such as Viduka, Smith and Bridges and as a consequence was never a regular. Darren made a total of 26 appearances (3 goals) in the 99/00 season in which 15 of these appearances were off the bench. Although mainly used as back-up, he did play his part in some excellent European Cup runs for Leeds, scoring against Partizan Belgrade in the 99-00 UEFA Cup. Darren finally signed for Manchester City after making just over 40 appearances and scoring 6 times.

 

Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, embossed sponsor, felt player-size numbers/letters (European specification).

 

1999/00 Darren Huckerby Leeds Match Worn Shirt - worn during the UEFA Cup.