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Every Leeds Goal Since 1991/92

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It's taken an incredibly long time to collate the data, but I have rewatched footage of 98% every goal Leeds have scored going back to the start of the 1991/92 season and logged the key details of each one and every one we have scored in competitive matches. This page is the only public source available that has an accurate breakdown of every competitive goal Leeds United have scored stretching back over the last 33 years.

All the famous goals Leeds have scored in recent years are documented here. From Rod Wallace's individual brilliance against Tottenham in 1994, Tony Yeboah's iconic strikes against Liverpool and Wimbledon in 1995, Harry Kewell's outside of the boot strike against Sheffield Wednesday in 2000, Mark Viduka's third goal of four in a virtuoso performance against Liverpool in 2000, Jermaine Beckford's iconic Old Trafford winner in 2010, Souleymane Doukara's volley against Nottingham Forest in 2017, Pablo Hernandez's unforgettable goal after 16 seconds against West Brom in 2019, Patrick Bamford's sensational FA Cup Third Round strike against Peterborough in 2024 through to Dan James' 57-yard strike against Hull City in April 2024. 

Details of each goal include each season, date, goalscorer, goalscorer's age, opponent, venue, competition, goal minute, pitch location, body part, the assist provider and manager or head coach.


Use the 'LUFC Search' bar to find all of Crysencio Summerville's goals, how many goals Leeds have scored from direct free-kicks, who scored Leeds' first goal under Daniel Farke, or every assist Pablo Hernandez provided during his time at the club between 2016 and 2021.

Assists made after the 2012/13 season are recognised by Opta. All assists pre 2012/13 follow the same conditions and have been thoroughly researched through match clips and cross-referenced with national football archives and Leeds United match reports from various credible online and offline sources.


Assists are not awarded for winning penalties or being involved in own-goals. Assists are awarded for shots that hit the woodwork and rebound to a teammate who has scored. 


Free-kick goals are scored following a passage of play that originated from an indirect free-kick. Direct free-kick goals are scored directly from the free-kick taker without any other player involvement. Throw in goals are scored from a phase of play that originated from a throw-in. Penalty rebounds are goals scored from a follow up shot after the initial penalty was not converted. 

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Season: Season played
Match Date: Date of goal scored
Goal Scorer: Leeds goalscorer
Goals: Number of goals scored during the game (in chronological order)
Opponent: Opponent faced
WDL: Match Result (Win: Green; Draw: Orange; Lost: Red)
Match Result: Final score
Venue: Match Venue (home, away or neutral ground)
Competition: Match competition
Player Status: Player started or came on as a substitute
Goal Minute: Minute of goal scored
Age (YearsDays): The goalscorer's age in years and days
Type: Visual indicators for penalty goals, own-goals, corner goals, and direct and indirect free-kicks
Goal Type: Type of goal scored (Open Play, Penalty, Throw In, Long Throw, Direct Free-Kick, Indirect Free-Kick, Own-Goal and various corner goal types*
*Corner Goal Types: A specific description of the goal scored from a corner set-piece: Direct Corner - Goal scored from the primary phase from the corner taker's delivery to the goalscorer's finish; Short Corner - A goal scored following a short corner so never a direct corner delivery; Corner Flick On - A goal scored following a corner delivery which was flicked on by a teammate before reaching the goalscorer; Corner Rebound - A goal scored following a corner but scored following one or two rebounds or half clearances; Corner (3rd Phase) - A goal scored following a corner where the ball has been recycled after the original phases of play were either cleared, rebounded or after possession was held after the initial phase.
Location: Pitch location where the goal was scored (6 Yard - Inside the six-yard box; 18 Yard - Inside the 18-yard box; Outside - Outside the penalty area; 30 Yards+ - Scored more than 30 Yards away from the opposition goal 
Body Part: Body Part: Last body part the ball touched from a player before the goal was scored - Left Foot, Right Foot, Head or Other
Nationality: Player's declared nationality
League Goals: The number of league goals scored for Leeds that particular season
League Goals: The number of total goals scored for Leeds across all competitions that particular season
Total League Goals: The number of total league goals scored for Leeds
Total Goals: The number of total goals scored for Leeds
Assist Provider: The assist provider. There was no registered assist provider if left blank. Assists to not apply to own-goals and penalties.
Manager: Leeds manager or head coach at that time



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