Back Row: Paul Reaney, Tony Currie, Byron Stevenson, Ray Hankin, David Harvey, Gordon McQueen, David Stewart, Joe Jordan, Paul Madeley, Peter Lorimer. It was replaced with my personal favourite badge known as ‘the script’. The Bordered Smiley badge here on the kits of the 1978-79 squad. So the designers added a border! The “Leeds United AFC” in white bold sans serif looks professional and strong and balances the light yellow smiley, placed on a gray background.

The 1981 season brought us ‘The Peacock’ badge. Leeds! LUFC PIN BADGE £3.00.

to help give you the best experience we can. Leeds United 10-0 Lyn Oslo: Way To Make An Entrance! In 1973 came the embodiment of 1970s imagery with the iconic “smiley” badge, made up of the letters L and U in bubble writing. The design observedly sums up what our club is about, it has the white rose of Yorkshire snugly circling a football and the clubs name running round the roses petals, with a bold blue round background where the logo sits. The inverted Smiley Badge here on the kits of the 1976-77 squad. The United players in this pic: Front Row: Paul Shepherd, Harry Kewell, Ian Harte, Bruno Ribeiro, Lucas Radebe, Peter Ridsdale (Director), George Graham (Manager), Chris Akers (Director), Alf-Inge Haaland, Martin Hiden, Gary Kelly, Tommy Knarvik, Lee Bowyer. Umbro had taken over Admiral by now as the kits manufacturers and with the advances in the technology of shirt material they managed to integrate yellow and blue pin stripes on the shirt. The shield retained the white rose, as well as the blue, gold and white colours, with “LUFC” reading vertically down the centre. A […] Copyright © 2020, Official Football Badges (only for Sale not For Trade), Badges North, Central America & Carribean, Historical Crests: Brighton & Hove Albion FC, Historical Crests: Queens Park Rangers FC, Historical Crests: Sheffield Wednesday FC, Historical Crests: West Bromwich Albion FC, Historical Crests: Wolverhampton Wanderers FC, Historical Football Crests: Almere City FC, Historical Football Crests: De Graafschap, Back to Historical Football Crests Main Page. The stylish LUFC script is thought by many to be the all time classic Leeds badge, and has made two come backs in later years, once on the retro Asics shirts in the mid 90's and then with the new club crest from 1998.

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The combative Lee Bowyer, our sublime Lucas Radebe and midfielder Alf-Inge Haaland would have been cheered along wearing this. RRP: 20.00.

The crest also carried the dates “1919” and “2019”. Back Row: Billy Bremner, Paul Madeley, Willie Bell, Gary Sprake, Paul Reaney, Norman Hunter, Jimmy Greenhoff, Don Weston. Wizard winger Arthur Graham, centre back Paul Hart, captain Trevor Cherry and also not to forget the magical banana bending Tony Currie could be seen in their day flying round Elland Road wearing this badge. The typeface of the lettering got bolder and stronger and the white color added a sense of loyalty and professionalism. Like Leeds City before them, the club adopted the Coat of arms of Leeds, which remained on the kit in various guises until 1961. 17th October 1919: The Fall and Rise of Football in Leeds. Everbody loves the classic Smiley Badge and as since become a true seventies icon, made up of the letters 'L' and 'U' in the sort of bubble writing that is very familiar with psychedelic typography from that era. All badge are £2.99 unless stated, click on image for larger pictures. Luckily someone posted it to a forum so I’ve recovered it from there. David Batty playing for Leeds United against Norwich City in 1992. Credit: Colorsport. Len Browning, Bob Roxburgh (Trainer).

In 1977, the smiley badge was rotated through 45° and the yellow and blue colours were reversed. The United players in this pic: A bold graphic fitting well into it's surround and the teams premier colour white now more evident. Founded in 2008, The Scratching Shed is an independent fansite written by, and for, the fans of Leeds United Football Club. The team that preceeded Leeds United. No doubt this was made to appeal to a broader market. The distinctive rose and ball badge used the traditional blue, gold and white colours, and incorporated the White Rose of York, the club’s name, and a football in the core section. In 1984, another badge was introduced …

The yellow smiley returned the following year, but was now enclosed in a circle surrounded by the words “LEEDS UNITED AFC”. Leeds United are a professional fitbaw club based in Leeds, Wast Yorkshire who play in the Football League Championship, the seicont tier o the Inglis fitbaw league seestem.The club's home grund is Elland Road.. Ridsdale wanted a badge that would reflect our European ventures at the time and in his words says the badge was done in an European style.

Leeds United . 1984-1998 The now familiar 'rose and ball' badge was the longest lived Leeds crest in the modern era. 1980 — 1984 In 1980 the club adopts a new symbol — a sleek stylized peacock in yellow and purple, enclosed in a circle and boasting a thick purple outline with a white wordmark around it. The serif “Leeds United AFC” lettering is written around the ball, on the rose’s petals. The LUFC script was first inroduced in 1971 and made it's debut in the Fairs Cup Final Triumph over Juventus. Leeds United | Peacock badge concept on Behance No other club’s fan base seems to enjoy creating badge concepts as actively as Leeds United’s. The United players in this pic: Yorkshire Republican Army .

Shirt Size: - Adults Large Chest Measurement: - 42-44 Inches / 106-112 CM Shirt Manufacturer: - Nike Shirt Colour: - Yellow, blue & white trim Shirt Material: - Polyester Seasons: - 2000/2001 & 2001/2002 Player: - N/A Patches: - N/A Official Nike Leeds United away football shirt from the 2000/2001 season. The Rose and Ball badge here on the shirts of Wilko's squad the season after they won the Second Division Championship. He eventually left Huddersfield to take over at Leeds.

It remains one of the most identifiable Leeds badges to date. Probably one of the most popular and easily indentifiable badges of the lot.The Rose and Ball badge was the longest lived Leeds crest in the modern era lasting for around fourteen years. This version of the logo existed only for two years. One of the all time Leeds United classics. Yellow - approx 12mm Back Row: Peter Lorimer, Eddie Gray, Mick Bates, Allan Clarke, Norman Hunter, Gordon McQueen, Roy Ellam, Paul Reaney, Frank Gray. Back Row: Chris O'Donnell, Chris Kamara, Vinnie Jones, John Pearson, Lee Chapman, John McClelland, Peter Haddock, Andy Williams. The first Leeds United badge, which actually began life in 1908 – 11 years before the formation of the club we know and love today – was originally used by Leeds City FC.

This is the third logo in the history of Leeds. The club was established in 1919 in West Yorkshire, and today is owned by Aser Group Holdings with Marcelo Bielsa as the head coach. Your basket is empty.

The badge was eventually ditched due to Master Dons belief that birds were bad luck.

The Argentinian Alex Sabella our home grown debut scoring Terry Connor and full back turned midfielder Kevin Hird were lucky enough to wear the Peacock badge with pride. We’ve been slowly trying to collect and catalogue all our old kits (see our blog post for more details).

In 1976 the Smiley gets its color palette switched to a more intense version — the yellow image becomes a bright blue, almost electric shade, and is being placed on a solid yellow circle. The logo, introduced by the club in 1973 was designed by Paul Trevillion and became iconic. Often maligned for being lazy the fact is he knew where the goal was, and 80 odd goals in three seasons confirms that fact. It is one of the most beloved emblems among fans. 1973 saw the first incarnation of the ‘smiley’ badge which would don the Leeds shirt in some form right uptil the 1981 season. The home of all the latest Leeds United news, player info, match stats and highlights, plus tickets, merchandise and more. LUCAS RUBBER KEYRING £5.00 LUFC INITIAL KEYRING £5.00. The badges you see are the main designs but for each badge there have been many variations. For a number of seasons after 1961–62, when the all-white strip replaced the blue and gold, the shirts sported no badge at all. Within the rose was a yellow and white football, with ‘Leeds United AFC’ encircling it across the roses petals. With a reprieve of the popular Rose design to replace the Yorkshire rose and a tidying up of the script that runs down the middle the Shield design was revamped in 1999. This football shirt is the design used by Leeds United in the 1972 Centenary Cup Final. Simple, but brilliant inscription LUFC (Leeds United Football Club) is created in a diagonal style.

The United squad above of 1949-50 sporting the Leeds United City Crest badge on the gold/yellow shirts with blue arms, the kit also had white shorts and blue socks with gold stripes. In 1971, the Owl badge was ditched as the notoriously superstitious, Don Revie deemed birds to be bad luck. The “Leeds Salute” image in blue and white, placed inside the yellow shield with a blue outline for a very negative response among the team fans, so the club continued using its iconic “rose on shield” badge. Possibly my least favourite design. The badge retained the existing shield, but replaced the “LUFC” script with “LEEDS UNITED” above and “100 YEARS” below the shield. Notice the goalkeepers wearing the previous season's badge and Paul Madeley is missing the badge. On the earliest badge, the Rose is placed inside a purple circle and has a white and yellow football in the middle.

The second shirt I had as a kid, with all the little admiral logos running down the arm. The famous Smiley Badge sported here by United's 1974-75 squad.

Youngsters Billy Bremner, Jackie Charlton and Eddie Gray could have been seen wearing this one and it did sit on the Super Leeds shirt.

Commissioned and passed by the dreamer Peter Ridsdale. Our Current crop of stars such as on the pulse Rob Hulse, beans shovelling Shaun Derry and American Eddie Lewis do the business in this one. See more ideas about Leeds united, Leeds, Leeds united fc. Search ... PEACOCK PIN BADGE £3.00. Like Leeds City before them, the club adopted the Coat of arms of Leeds, which remained on the kit in various guises until 1961. If it aint broken don't fix it! This version comes from around 1933, the, John Charles and early heroes like Wilf Copping and Willis Edwards would have worn one similiar. In 1977, the smiley badge was rotated through 45° and the yellow and blue colours were reversed.

It was Don Revie who first initiated this kind of partnership between club and kit manufacturer, United were one of the first clubs to show the logo of their kits producers. The tender and elegant logo of Leeds United FC has its monogram written vertically on a white banner in the middle of the crest. Leeds United 1-0 Liverpool: Yeboah Strike Stuns The Reds, Leeds United 6-0 Besiktas: Whites Seal Emphatic European Win, Man United 0 – 1 Leeds United: Beckford Silences Old Trafford, AC Milan 1 – 1 Leeds United: Hero at The San…. The Rose And Ball LUFC Shield 1999-Current. I do welcome the Rose and the clean up and now the badge could be growing on me.

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