Ranking Leeds' 10 Best Home Kits of All Time

By Stephen Jones
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Leeds United are one of the most heavily supported clubs in the country, and this season it looked like they were finally on the verge of making a return to the Premier League after 16 long years away.

Then along came the coronavirus to ruin the party.

Back in 2001 it seemed like every top-class player wanted to be in a Leeds United kit.

And who could blame them - the Whites always knew how to produce a classic strip.

So without further ado, here are Leed's best home kits of all time...

10. 2014/15 Macron Kit

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It feels like Leeds United are destined to spend eternity in the depths of the Championship, and the 2014/15 kit will probably remind them of that. The Whites finished a mediocre 15th in the table and endured a torrid campaign.

However, thanks to Italian sportswear company Macron, their home kit was rather stylish. Macron did a good job of applying a minimal design, and it was about the only thing that looked good in Leeds that season.

During the campaign, Leeds had a player called Casper Sloth in their ranks, and his last name pretty much sums up their year's performance.

9. 2009/10 Macron Kit

This one was a little bit special for Leeds and their fans. It was the shirt that they wore for their promotion from League One back to the Championship. Oh, and they also went to Old Trafford in the third round of the FA Cup and stunned bitter rivals Manchester United with a 1-0 win.

A memorable kit that all Leeds die-hard fans will have tucked away in their wardrobe with the name Jermaine Beckford on the back.

8. 2003/04 Nike Kit

The 2003/04 relegation kit had to make an appearance, and it's best to get it out the way Leeds fans.

Leeds changed sponsor from Strongbow to Whyte & Mackay - but it didn't leave the Yorkshire club in good spirits.

And at the end of the year, they were relegated after 14 years in the top flight, but at least they looked stylish while doing it.

7. 2006/2007 Admiral Kit

Another relegation kit isn't what Leeds fans wanted to see, but in all honesty, this was a relatively fashionable kit for the time. It paid homage to the classic Leeds kits of the 1980s.

For many Leeds fans, this kit will remind them of the dark days of relegation or even worse their sponsor for that year, Bet 24.

6. 1995/ 96 Asics Kit

Time to get into the classics and oh boy, is this one a classic. The 1995/96 strip has to be on the list just because of Tony Yeboah.

This cult hero scored some fantastic goals while wearing this kit. The Ghanaian's volley against Liverpool immediately comes to mind with just one look at the shirt.

Leeds United finished the 1995/96 season in 13th place and it's a shame because this classic kit deserved more.

5. 2019/20 Kappa Kit

The 2019/20 home strip for Leeds United is a stunning design that celebrates 100 years of their existence. The strip is predominantly white and incorporates a golden club crest that sits on the chest.

This shirt is too beautiful not to have any good memories attached to it - it should be the kit that gets them back to the Premier League.

4. 1992/93 Admiral Kit

In the 1992/93 season, Leeds survived relegation from the inaugural season of the Premier League by the skin of their teeth.

They did this all while wearing this lovely little number, and it has remained a fan favourite in the modern era.

Players such as Tony Dorigo and Gordon Strachan come to mind when thinking about this one, not to mention Eric Cantona.

3. 1981-1984 Umbro Kit

The busy blue and gold trims on the collar and sleeves were a welcome addition to the Leeds United home kits. The switch back to Umbro seemed to be a good decision as the club looked to branch out commercially.

However, the pinstripes didn't go down to well with some Leeds fans as it was reminiscent of Yorkshire rivals Huddersfield Town.

2. 1998-2000 Puma Kit

A kit for the ages, this one comes to mind anytime you think about Leeds United. This strip will be remembered as Leeds tried their best to challenge for the league title.

The iconic Packard Bell sponsor was a great combination for the club as they rubbed shoulders with the likes of Manchester United and Arsenal.

1. 2000-2002 Nike Kit

Simple and effective are two words that describe this kit to a tee.

The Whites never looked so good as they came within just one game of a place in the Champions League final in the 2000/01 season. Some of the players that wore this beauty were Mark Viduka, Lee Bowyer, Rio Ferdinand, and Oliver Dacourt.

You want a classic Leeds kit then look no further.

Leeds - Nike - Strongbow - in that order.