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Leeds United Club Honours

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This page is dedicated to every club honour won by Leeds United in the club's history. Leeds have won a total of thirteen club honours

since 1920 and is one of the most successful clubs in England, having been crowned First Division champions on three occasions.

Since 1920, Leeds have featured in the top-flight for 53 seasons, 40 in tier two and three in the third. The club reached a 96-year low in 2007/08 when the Whites finished the season fifth in League One.

In terms of honours won, Leeds are England's 13th most successful club with nine trophies, winning three league titles, one FA Cup, two Europa League competitions, one League Cup and two FA Charity Shields.

 

Leeds won the club's first piece of silverware in the 1923/24 season when we won the Second Division and were promoted to the First Division for the first time in the club's history.

Leeds have won the League Championship title three times, earned four Second Division titles, won the FA Cup once, the League Cup once, the Charity Shield twice and the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup twice. The club famously defeated Juventus to win the European Fairs Cup for the second time in the club’s history in the 1970/71 season.

 

The club's most successful period came during the tenure of legendary manager Don Revie, winning the League title twice, the FA Cup once, the League Cup once and the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup twice. Leeds' first title under Revie came in 1968/69 when Leeds finished six points ahead of second-placed Liverpool.

 

Leeds' second league title under Revie came in his final season in 1973/74, winning the title by just a single point over Liverpool.

 

Leeds' last top tier league title came under Howard Wilkinson in 1991/92, winning the First Division title and becoming champions of England when they won the league by four points over Manchester United. Leeds remain the last-ever First Division title winners before the introduction of the Premier League in 1992. Howard Wilkinson remains the last English manager to win the top flight of English league football. 

Wilkinson led the Whites to promotion in his first full season in charge, topping the 1989/90 Second Division before watching his side be crowned 1991/92 First Division champions.

Leeds have also finished as runners-up five times in the League Championship, three times in the FA Cup, once each in the League Cup, the Charity Shield, the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup, the Cup Winners' Cup and the European Cup, and lost the play-off to keep the Inter-City Fairs Cup trophy.

Leeds won their first major trophy under Don Revie when we lifted the League Cup at Wembley following a 1-0 victory

thanks to a Terry Cooper winner.

The club's solo FA Cup win came in 1972 under Don Revie when we defeated Arsenal 1-0 in the 1972 FA Cup final at Wembley, with Allan Clarke scoring the winning goal.

Leeds ended a 28-year-long trophy drought and return to the top flight English football after winning the Championship title under the guidance of Marcelo Bielsa in 2020. 

The club have tasted European success, 

while they reached the European Cup final in 1974/75 and the Champions League semi-finals under manager David O'Leary in 2001.

CLUB HONOURS WON BY LEEDS UNITED

LEEDS UNITED PLAYER OF THE YEAR

LEEDS UNITED YOUNG PLAYER OF THE YEAR

LEEDS UNITED PLAYERS' PLAYER OF THE YEAR

LEEDS UNITED MANAGER AWARDS

LEEDS UNITED INDIVIDUAL AWARDS

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