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Leeds United FC is an English professional football club based in Leeds from the West Yorkshire. The club was established in 1919 and plays its home games at Elland Road. This club participates in the Premier League, the top flight of English football, following promotion from the EFL Championship in the 2019-20 tournament. Leeds have won three English league titles, one FA Cup, one League Cup, two comm Shields and two Inter-Cities Fairs Cups. Most of the awards were won by Don Revie in the 1960s and 1970s. The club reached the 1975 European Cup final, losing to Bayern Munich; Leeds reached the semi-finals of the tournament's successor, the Champions League, in 2001. The club were also runners-up in the European Cup Winners' Cup final in 1973. Their last honor was winning the league title in 1992.

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Leeds wear white kits at home. The club badge features the White Rose of York which is the symbol of Yorkshire. The club's anthem is the original song released in 1972, "Marching on Together". Leeds shares rivals Manchester United and Chelsea as well as local teams such as Huddersfield Town, Bradford City, Sheffield United and Sheffield Wednesday. On 31 May 1920, Leeds United FC were elected to the Football League. In the following years, they improved their position in the second league, and in 1924 won the title and thus promotion to the first league. They failed to win and were transferred in 1926-27. Following his dismissal, Fairclough resigned, paving the way for Ray to return as manager. In the years leading up to the start of the Second World War, Leeds was enlisted twice; on both occasions they were promoted again the following season.

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Leeds vs Wolves06 Aug 2022 15:00Elland Road
Southampton vs Leeds13 Aug 2022 15:00St. Mary's Stadium
Leeds vs Chelsea21 Aug 2022 14:00Elland Road
Brighton vs Leeds27 Aug 2022 15:00Amex Stadium
Leeds vs Everton30 Aug 2022 20:00Elland Road
Brentford vs Leeds03 Sep 2022 15:00Brentford Stadium
Leeds vs Nottingham12 Sep 2022 20:00Elland Road
Man Utd vs Leeds18 Sep 2022 14:00Old Trafford
Leeds vs Aston Villa02 Oct 2022 16:30Elland Road
Crystal Palace vs Leeds09 Oct 2022 14:00Selhurst Park
Leeds vs Arsenal16 Oct 2022 14:00Elland Road
Leicester vs Leeds20 Oct 2022 19:30King Power Stadium
Leeds vs Fulham23 Oct 2022 14:00Elland Road
Liverpool vs Leeds30 Oct 2022 14:00Anfield
Leeds vs Bournemouth05 Nov 2022 15:00Elland Road
Spurs vs Leeds12 Nov 2022 15:00Hotspur Stadium
Leeds vs Man City26 Dec 2022 15:00Elland Road
Newcastle vs Leeds31 Dec 2022 15:00St. James' Park
Leeds vs West Ham02 Jan 2023 15:00Elland Road
Aston Villa vs Leeds14 Jan 2023 15:00Villa Park
Leeds vs Brentford21 Jan 2023 15:00Elland Road
Nottingham vs Leeds04 Feb 2023 15:00The City Ground
Leeds vs Man Utd11 Feb 2023 15:00Elland Road
Everton vs Leeds18 Feb 2023 15:00Goodison Park
Leeds vs Southampton25 Feb 2023 15:00Elland Road
Chelsea vs Leeds04 Mar 2023 15:00Stamford Bridge
Leeds vs Brighton11 Mar 2023 15:00Elland Road
Wolves vs Leeds18 Mar 2023 15:00Molineux Stadium
Arsenal vs Leeds01 Apr 2023 15:00Emirates Stadium
Leeds vs Crystal Palace08 Apr 2023 15:00Elland Road
Leeds vs Liverpool15 Apr 2023 15:00Elland Road
Fulham vs Leeds22 Apr 2023 15:00Craven Cottage
Leeds vs Leicester25 Apr 2023 19:45Elland Road
Bournemouth vs Leeds29 Apr 2023 15:00Vitality Stadium
Man City vs Leeds06 May 2023 15:00Etihad Stadium
Leeds vs Newcastle13 May 2023 15:00Elland Road
West Ham vs Leeds20 May 2023 15:00London Stadium
Leeds vs Spurs28 May 2023 16:00Elland Road

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Leeds United's predecessor, Leeds City, was founded in 1904 and elected a member of the league in 1905. The arrival of Herbert Chapman drew more crowds to Elland Road. In 1914 Chapman stated; "This city was built to support top football", but Leeds City were forced to disband and were forced to sell all their Football League players in 1919 in response to allegations of illegal payments to players in the First World at the time. War. At Salem Congregational Chapel, Leeds, in 1919, Leeds United were formed and received an invitation to join the Midland League, for which they voted on 31 October, taking the place vacated by Leeds City Reserves. After Leeds City disbanded, Yorkshire Amateurs acquired their stadium at Elland Road. Yorkshire Amateurs offered to make way for a new team led by former player Dick Ray.

Under chairman Peter Ridsdale, Leeds United have taken out heavy loans to secure television rights and a share of the sponsorship income from Champions League qualification and subsequent play-off progress. However, Leeds have failed to qualify for the Champions League for two consecutive seasons and therefore have not received enough income to repay the loan. The first sign of the club's financial problems was the sale of Rio Ferdinand to Manchester United for around £30 million. There was a falling out between Ridsdale and O'Leary and O'Leary was sacked and replaced by former England manager Terry Venables. Under Venables, Leeds have been poor as other players have been sold to pay off loans, including Jonathan Woodgate, who Ridsdale had promised not to sell. Tensions rose between Ridsdale and Venables, who was sacked and replaced by Peter Reid due to the team's poor performances. Ridsdale is stepping down from the Leeds board to be replaced by current non-executive director Professor John McKenzie. Leeds were in danger of relegation at this point, but managed to avoid defeat in their penultimate game of the season, beating Arsenal 3-2 at Highbury with a last-gasp goal from Mark Widuk. On 3 July 2007 HMRC launched a legal challenge against the Leeds Creditors Voluntary Agreement (CVA). The Football League will not allow Leeds United to start their campaign if the club are still in the top flight at the start of next season, according to league rules. After a challenge from HMRC, the club was sold by KPMG and Ken Bates' offer was accepted again. It was eventually cleared by the league under "special circumstances rules" but was deducted 15 points for failing to waive administration with a CVA as required by Football League rules. On 31 August 2007, HMRC decided not to take action against it.

Wise and his assistant Gus Poyet led Leeds to a play-off place despite being deducted 15 points, Poyet had to leave for Tottenham and Wise had to leave Newcastle United. Gudr was replaced by former club captain Gary McAllister. Leeds United went on to secure a place in the play-off final but were beaten by Doncaster Rovers. The following season was poor and McAllister was sacked after five consecutive defeats. He was replaced by Simon Grayson, who stepped down as Blackpool manager to take up the role. Under Grayson's leadership, Leeds made it back into the play-offs before beating Millwall over two legs in the semi-finals. 2009-2010 Leeds United had their best start to the season in 2011 and an unexpected victory over Manchester United in the third round of the FA Cup at Old Trafford was achieved. Leeds United's league form has suffered after an impressive performance in the FA Cup, where they picked up just seven points from a possible 24. However, the team recovered and Leeds won their final game of the season to confirm promotion to the Championship as runners-up to Norwich City. Leeds United for most of 2010-11 spent the 2016 season in the playoffs, but finished seventh, just missing the playoffs.

In May 2011, Leeds United chairman Ken Bates announced that he would buy the club and become the owner of Leeds United. Betts responded by calling the protesters "idiots" after around 300 Leeds United fans protested a lack of investment in the team ahead of the Middlesbrough game. Despite winning the promotion title, Grayson was sacked after failing to mount a consistent challenge for promotion to the Premier League. Neil Warnock was appointed as the club's new manager on 18 February, with his initial contract running until 2012–13. at the end of the season. On 21 November 2012, Middle Eastern private equity group GFH Capital completed a long-term takeover of Leeds, taking 100% ownership of the club. It was also announced that Ken Bates would remain as Chairman until 2012-13. before the end of the season before he became club president. The purchase was officially completed on December 21, 2012.

Despite reaching the quarter-finals of the League Cup and the fifth round of the FA Cup, Leeds' league form in 2012-13 2018 was generally mediocre, and the club never really challenged for a playoff spot. Warnock quit with six games remaining and Leeds sit just five points above the relegation zone. Brian McDermott replaced Warnock and the club have won three of their last five games of the season, enough to avoid relegation. Betts resigned as chairman that summer and left the club entirely a few weeks later amid a dispute over expenses. On 7 January 2014, Leeds United chief executive David Hague joined Sports Capital, a consortium formed by Leeds United's main sponsor Andrew Flowers, managing director of Corporate Insurance. Sports Capital is close to closing a deal with GFH Capital that will give them a 75% stake in the company.

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