Leeds United 2013-14 Match Worn ''Poppy'' Shirt - Austin 

(v Yeovil. Unwashed and filthy! Comes with captains armband too!)

Season: The 2013-14 season was Leeds' fourth consecutive season in the Championship. The summer months brought expectancy amongst supporters as Brian McDermott developed his squad with the early additions of Matt Smith and Luke Murphy. The campaign also brought a change in ownership as Massimo Cellino’s takeover of the club was confirmed in April. The early stages of the season saw us believing that a promotion push was very much on and at the midway point we lay just one place away from the sought-after Play-Off places. But a more down than up second half to the season saw us finish in 15th position with very little to show for our early efforts.


Player: Rudy Austin. The Jamaican international was signed prior to the 2012-13 season from SK Brann. Rudy was a popular player with the Leeds fans for his commitment and tough tackling ability. Following the arrival of Brian McDermott Austin was given the captaincy at the start of the 2013-14 season but following a run of poor performances handed it over to Ross McCormack. In Austin's third season with the club he won Leeds' Goal of the Season for 2015 but his contract was not renewed by the club and he was allowed to leave after making 101 appearances (scoring 8 times).


Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, plastic transfer sponsor, player-size numbers/letters, player-size felt Sky Bet Championship badges on sleeve, secondary sponsor on back. The shirt was worn in the 2-0 victory against Yeovil at Elland Road. A very special shirt as it features the Poppy emblem on the chest which were worn by the players in this game only. Bizarrely the shirts were never auctioned for charity and this shirt was obtained from a direct contact at the club. The shirt is unwashed and filthy and still has Rudy's captain armband with it.

Leeds 2013-14 Match Worn 'Poppy' Shirt - Ross McCormack (v Charlton where he SCORED 4 GOALS. Unwashed and filthy!)

 Season: The 2013-14 season was Leeds' fourth consecutive season in the Championship. The summer months brought expectancy amongst supporters as Brian McDermott developed his squad with the early additions of Matt Smith and Luke Murphy. The campaign also brought a change in ownership as Massimo Cellino’s takeover of the club was confirmed in April. The early stages of the season saw us believing that a promotion push was very much on and at the midway point we lay just one place away from the sought-after Play-Off places. But a more down than up second half to the season saw us finish in 15th position with very little to show for our early efforts.


Player: Ross McCormack. Ross McCormack drastically improved his performance from the 2010-11 season by scoring 19 goals the following season - the most in the squad. McCormack went onto to be a talisman for the club and scored a total 53 goals in 140 appearances. McCormack became the first Leeds player to score four in an away league match for Leeds for 87 years, when he scored all four goals in a 4–2 victory over Charlton Athletic on 9 November 2013. In January 2014, McCormack was named Captain of Leeds replacing former captain, Rodolph Austin who stepped down from the role. McCormack was named in the PFA Championship team of the year for the 2013/14 season and was also named Leeds' player of the season. After rejecting several previous bids from other clubs, McCormack moved to Fulham at the end of the 2013-14 season for an undisclosed fee, believed to be around £11 million.


Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, plastic transfer sponsor, player-size numbers/letters, player-size felt Sky Bet Championship badges on sleeve, secondary sponsor on back. This shirt was worn in the 4-2 victory at Charlton by McCormack - a match where he scored ALL 4 goals. This game was probably his greatest game in a LUFC shirt! A very special shirt as it features the Poppy emblem on the chest which were worn by the players in this game only. Bizarrely the shirts were never auctioned for charity and this shirt was obtained from a friend of Michael Morrison (the Charlton CB who swapped shirts with Ross after the game).

Leeds United 2014-15 Match Worn 'Poppy' Shirt - Mowatt

(v Blackpool. Unwashed and filthy! comes with Poppy armband too!)

Season: The 2014-15 season was another turmoil season for Leeds. The season started with a change of management when unknown rookie David Hockaday was appointed to the surprise of almost everyone associated with the club. Hockaday was to last 70 days before being replaced by Darko Milanic, Leeds' first non-British manager. Milanic also did not have much success in charge and like Hockaday was sacked after only 6 games (32 days) in charge. With Leeds lingering near the bottom of the league and relegation looking a reality then Neil Redfearn was appointed to steady the ship. Redfearn brought a huge amount of confidence to the team and gave opportunities to many talented academy players which in turn guided the club to a respectable 15th position.


Player: Alex Mowatt. Another academy player that was given his first team opportunity during the 2013-14 season after impressing in the academy and Neil Redfearn's development squad. An encouraging debut season saw Mowatt pick up the Young Player of the Season award. However the 2014/15 season was to be Mowatt's best. Given a license to get forward by now head coach Neil Redfearn, Mowatt produced his finest football in a white shirt that helped him secure Leeds' Player of the Season in 2015. More managerial changes at Elland Road coupled with injuries led to limited first-team opportunities in the following season and therefore he departed to Barnsley in January 2017.


Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, plastic transfer sponsor, player-size numbers/letters with Prostate logo, player-size felt Sky Bet Championship badges on sleeve, secondary sponsor on back. A fantastic shirt that was worn in the 3-1 victory against Blackpool at Elland Road. The shirt was worn in one game only for remembrance day and therefore has a poppy patch on the shirt. The shirt is unwashed and also has a Poppy armband with it. The shirt comes with a letter of authenticity from the club.

Leeds United 2014-15 Match Worn Shirt - Sol Bamba

(Unwashed!)

Season: The 2014-15 season was another turmoil season for Leeds. The season started with a change of management when unknown rookie David Hockaday was appointed to the surprise of almost everyone associated with the club. Hockaday was to last 70 days before being replaced by Darko Milanic, Leeds' first non-British manager. Milanic also did not have much success in charge and like Hockaday was sacked after only 6 games (32 days) in charge. With Leeds lingering near the bottom of the league and relegation looking a reality then Neil Redfearn was appointed to steady the ship. Redfearn brought a huge amount of confidence to the team and gave opportunities to many talented academy players which in turn guided the club to a respectable 15th position.


Player: Sol Bamba. Bamaba was signed on-loan from Italian side Palermo in January 2015. He instantly impressed and helped sure-up the Leeds defence which steered the club away from relegation. Bamba's transfer was made permanent at the start of the 2015/16 season and was made club captain. Often a frustrated figure by the ownership hierarchy at the Club, Bamba made a few appearances during the 2016/17 season but was allowed to leave when falling behind the pecking order due to the arrival of Kyle Bartley and Pontus Jansson.


Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, plastic transfer sponsor, player-size numbers/letters with Prostate logo, player-size felt Sky Bet Championship badges on sleeve, secondary sponsor on back. The shirt was worn in the away fixture against Wolves. The shirt is still unwashed and filthy and was given to a fan (who knew one of the players) by Bamba himself.

Leeds United 2014-15 Match Worn Shirt - Stephen Warnock. (Unwashed!)

Season: The 2014-15 season was another turmoil season for Leeds. The season started with a change of management when unknown rookie David Hockaday was appointed to the surprise of almost everyone associated with the club. Hockaday was to last 70 days before being replaced by Darko Milanic, Leeds' first non-British manager. Milanic also did not have much success in charge and like Hockaday was sacked after only 6 games (32 days) in charge. With Leeds lingering near the bottom of the league and relegation looking a reality then Neil Redfearn was appointed to steady the ship. Redfearn brought a huge amount of confidence to the team and gave opportunities to many talented academy players which in turn guided the club to a respectable 15th position.


Player: Stephen Warnock. Stephen was signed in January 2013 on a two-and-a-half-year contract at Leeds having turned down signing for a Premier League club. Having been capped by England, Warnock provided key experience with many whole-hearted performances. During the course of the 2014–15 season, Warnock replaced Jason Pearce as the new Leeds captain. Warnock picked up an injury against Derby County on 30 December 2014, which kept Warnock out of the side and he was subsequently replaced at Left Back by Charlie Taylor. In January 2015 Warnock was sold to Derby for an undisclosed fee, a decision that came as a surprise amongst the Leeds faithful, having made 63 appearances for the club an scoring 3 times.


Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, plastic transfer sponsor, player-size numbers/letters with Prostate logo, player-size felt Sky Bet Championship badges on sleeve, secondary sponsor on back. The shirt was worn in the away fixture against Rotherham. The shirt is still unwashed and filthy and was given to a fan (who knew one of the players) by Warnock himself. The shirt is also signed on the back by Warnock.

Leeds United 2014-15 Match Worn Shirt - Charley Taylor

(v Sheffield Wednesday in which he scored - unwashed!)

Season: The 2014-15 season was another turmoil season for Leeds. The season started with a change of management when unknown rookie David Hockaday was appointed to the surprise of almost everyone associated with the club. Hockaday was to last 70 days before being replaced by Darko Milanic, Leeds' first non-British manager. Milanic also did not have much success in charge and like Hockaday was sacked after only 6 games (32 days) in charge. With Leeds lingering near the bottom of the league and relegation looking a reality then Neil Redfearn was appointed to steady the ship. Redfearn brought a huge amount of confidence to the team and gave opportunities to many talented academy players which in turn guided the club to a respectable 15th position.


Player: Charlie Taylor.


Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, plastic transfer sponsor, player-size numbers/letters with Prostate logo, player-size felt Sky Bet Championship badges on sleeve, secondary sponsor on back. The shirt was worn in the away fixture against Rotherham. The shirt is still unwashed and filthy and was given to a fan (who knew one of the players) by Warnock himself. The shirt is also signed on the back by Warnock.

Leeds United 2015-16 Match Worn Shirt - Lewis Cook

(Unwashed!)

Season: The 2015-16 season was another chaotic campaign as Leeds fans continued to protest against owner Massimo Cellino. The season started with yet another new manager, this time Uwe Rosler took control at Elland Road. But in similar trend to previous years, his time at the club as short lived and Steve Evans was employed in October. A season that saw little flirtation with relegation or a play-off position as Leeds finished in 13th position.


Player: Lewis Cook. Another academy player that was given his first team opportunity by manager Neil Redfearn. A whole-hearted midfielder and was soon labelled as 'the new Batty' by the Leeds faithful. A fine string of performances saw Lewis win Young Player of the Season in his first season for Leeds. This was followed by winning by winning The Football League Young Player of the Season in 2015/16. His performances were not to go unnoticed and he later made a £10 million transfer to Premiership outfit Bournemouth before the start of the 2016/17 season.


Other Details: Embroidered club badge, embroidered manufacturers logo, plastic transfer sponsor, player-size numbers/letters, player-size felt Sky Bet Championship badges on sleeve, secondary sponsor on back. The shirt was worn in the home fixture against Birmingham. The shirt is still unwashed and was swapped with opposition centre back Michael Morrison after the game.

Leeds United 2015-16 Match Worn Shirt - Mirco Antenucci

(v Rotherham - unwashed)

Season: The 2015-16 season was another chaotic campaign as Leeds fans continued to protest against owner Massimo Cellino. The season started with yet another new manager, this time Uwe Rosler took control at Elland Road. But in similar trend to previous years, his time at the club as short lived and Steve Evans was employed in October. A season that saw little flirtation with relegation or a play-off position as Leeds finished in 13th position.


Player: Mirco Antenucci. The Italian stay at Elland Road was often surrounded by controversy however his talent and experience could not be questioned. Mirco's 2 seasons were played during a difficult period at the club however he was able to score 19 goals from 75 appearances in total.


Other Details: Plastic transfer club badge, plastic transfer manufacturers logo, plastic transfer sponsor, player-size numbers/letters, player-size felt Sky Bet Championship badges on sleeve, secondary sponsor on back. The shirt was worn in the home fixture against Rotherham and given to a fan after the match.

Leeds United 2015-16 Match Worn Shirt - Sam Byram

(Last appearances for club v Ipswich!)

Season: The 2015-16 season was another chaotic campaign as Leeds fans continued to protest against owner Massimo Cellino. The season started with yet another new manager, this time Uwe Rosler took control at Elland Road. But in similar trend to previous years, his time at the club as short lived and Steve Evans was employed in October. A season that saw little flirtation with relegation or a play-off position as Leeds finished in 13th position.

Player: Sam Byram. Another youngster that came through the clubs Academy. He was given his debut in the 2012/13 season by manger Neil Warnock and he didn't look back. At the end of his first senior season Byram was voted Leeds' Player of the Season, Young Player of the Season and also the Supporters Club Player of the Season. A real talent, his progress was altered by injury in the subsequent seasons. However is talent could not be denied which later led to a move to Premiership side West Ham in January 2016. Byram made a total of 130 appearances scoring 9 goals.


Other Details: Plastic transfer club badge, plastic transfer manufacturers logo, plastic transfer sponsor, player-size numbers/letters, player-size felt Sky Bet Championship badges on sleeve, secondary sponsor on back. The shirt was worn in the away fixture against Ipswich which was to be his last for the club. The shirt was obtained direct from the Ipswich town kit-man after the game.

Leeds 2015-16 Match Worn 'Poppy' Shirt - Gaetano Berardi (v Huddersfield! Signed!)

Season: The 2015-16 season was another chaotic campaign as Leeds fans continued to protest against owner Massimo Cellino. The season started with yet another new manager, this time Uwe Rosler took control at Elland Road. But in similar trend to previous years, his time at the club as short lived and Steve Evans was employed in October. A season that saw little flirtation with relegation or a play-off position as Leeds finished in 13th position.


Player: Gaetano Berardi. (2014-ongoing)


Other Details: Plastic transfer club badge, plastic transfer manufacturers logo, plastic transfer sponsor, player-size numbers/letters, player-size felt Sky Bet Championship badges on sleeve, secondary sponsor on back. A fantastic shirt that was worn in the 3-0 victory against Huddersfield Town at the Galpharm. The shirt was worn in one game only for remembrance day and therefore has a poppy patch on the shirt. The shirt is signed by Berardi and was donated by the club and auctioned by the charity to raise funds for The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Children's Fund. The shirt comes with a letter of authenticity from the charity.