Do you hark back to the days when Leeds United’s players were the boys in blue and gold? Are you a Don Revie disciple who believed playing in white was right?
When it comes to style and innovation, Leeds United has always been a club at the cutting-edge of fashion. In fact, 2015 saw the club’s sponsor-free home kit voted the best in the Football League by 24,000 fashion-loving football fans.
Following that news, United has secured a new sponsor in the form of online gaming company 32Red, which means football hipsters and die-hard fans will be out in force next season to see if the new threads are on trend.
However, before the new 32Red-sponsored shirts get caked in mud, we want to know which Leeds United kit was best?
Casting a critical eye over the history of Leeds United kits, we’ve picked out some of the most historically significant strips and we want to know which one is best. Taking into account everything from the overall style to its cultural significance, we want you to vote for your top tops.
Scroll through the runway of kits below and vote “Up” or “Down” to tell us which ones you love and which ones are best left in the changing rooms.