Leeds United 2016-17 Match Worn Shirt - Rob Green 

(used in one game only - v Nottingham Forest! Signed too)

Season: The 2016-17 season was a season of real encouragement and the best the club had competed in for a several years. The season started with yet another new manager, this time Garry Monk took control at Elland Road. Immediately under pressure after only registering one league win in his first 6 games, Garry soon turned the clubs fortunes around. Leeds' form soon picked up and spent the majority of the season in a play-off position. Unfortunately a dire final run of only 1 win in their final 8 games meant Leeds just missed out on a play-off position finishing 7th with a 75 points.


Player: Robert Green.


Other Details: Embroidered club badge, player-size numbers/letters, player-size felt EFL Championship badges on sleeve, secondary sponsor on back. An extremely rare goalkeeper shirt that was worn in one game only (v Nottingham Forest).  

Leeds United 2016-17 Match Worn Shirt - Luke Ayling

(Unwashed v Nottingham Forest!)

Season: The 2016-17 season was a season of real encouragement and the best the club had competed in for a several years. The season started with yet another new manager, this time Garry Monk took control at Elland Road. Immediately under pressure after only registering one league win in his first 6 games, Garry soon turned the clubs fortunes around. Leeds' form soon picked up and spent the majority of the season in a play-off position. Unfortunately a dire final run of only 1 win in their final 8 games meant Leeds just missed out on a play-off position finishing 7th with a 75 points.


Player: Luke Ayling (2016-ongoing)


Other Details: Plastic transfer club badge, plastic transfer manufacturers logo, plastic transfer sponsor, player-size numbers/letters, player-size felt EFL Championship badges on sleeve, secondary sponsor on back. The shirt was worn in the 2-0 home victory against Nottingham Forest. The shirt is still unwashed and filthy and was purchased from the clubs official match-worn shirt auctions. A COA is also provided from the club. 

Leeds United 2016-17 Match Worn Shirt - Chris Wood

(Unwashed v QPR!)

Season: The 2016-17 season was a season of real encouragement and the best the club had competed in for a several years. The season started with yet another new manager, this time Garry Monk took control at Elland Road. Immediately under pressure after only registering one league win in his first 6 games, Garry soon turned the clubs fortunes around. Leeds' form soon picked up and spent the majority of the season in a play-off position. Unfortunately a dire final run of only 1 win in their final 8 games meant Leeds just missed out on a play-off position finishing 7th with a 75 points.


Player: Chris Wood.


Other Details: Plastic transfer club badge, plastic transfer manufacturers logo, plastic transfer sponsor, player-size numbers/letters, player-size felt EFL Championship badges on sleeve, secondary sponsor on back. The shirt was worn in the 0-0 draw against QPR. The shirt is still unwashed and filthy and was purchased from the clubs official match-worn shirt

Leeds United 2016-17 Match Worn Poppy Shirt - Eunan O'Kane

(v Burton Albion!)

Season: The 2016-17 season was a season of real encouragement and the best the club had competed in for a several years. The season started with yet another new manager, this time Garry Monk took control at Elland Road. Immediately under pressure after only registering one league win in his first 6 games, Garry soon turned the clubs fortunes around. Leeds' form soon picked up and spent the majority of the season in a play-off position. Unfortunately a dire final run of only 1 win in their final 8 games meant Leeds just missed out on a play-off position finishing 7th with a 75 points.


Player: Eunan O'Kane (2016-ongoing)


Other Details: Plastic transfer club badge, plastic transfer manufacturers logo, plastic transfer sponsor, player-size numbers/letters, player-size felt EFL Championship badges on sleeve, secondary sponsor on back, velcro tracker pouch attached. A fantastic shirt that was worn in the 3-0 victory against Burton Albion at Ellad Road. 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 O'Kane and was donated by the club and auctioned by the Royal British Legion.

Leeds United 2016-17 Match Worn Shirt - Pontus Jansson

(Ripped Shirt! FA Cup v Cambridge)

Season: The 2016-17 season was a season of real encouragement and the best the club had competed in for a several years. The season started with yet another new manager, this time Garry Monk took control at Elland Road. Immediately under pressure after only registering one league win in his first 6 games, Garry soon turned the clubs fortunes around. Leeds' form soon picked up and spent the majority of the season in a play-off position. Unfortunately a dire final run of only 1 win in their final 8 games meant Leeds just missed out on a play-off position finishing 7th with a 75 points.


Player: Pontus Jansson (2016-ongoing)


Other Details: Plastic transfer club badge, plastic transfer manufacturers logo, plastic transfer sponsor, player-size numbers/letters, player-size felt Emirates FA Cup badges on sleeve, secondary sponsor on back. The shirt was worn in the 2-1 victory against Cambridge. The shirt has a tear on the front (Pontus can be seen changing this ripped shirt during the game) and was purchased from the clubs official match-worn shirt

Leeds United 2016-17 Match Worn Shirt - Hadi Sacko

(Unwashed v Sheffield Wednesday!)

Season: The 2016-17 season was a season of real encouragement and the best the club had competed in for a several years. The season started with yet another new manager, this time Garry Monk took control at Elland Road. Immediately under pressure after only registering one league win in his first 6 games, Garry soon turned the clubs fortunes around. Leeds' form soon picked up and spent the majority of the season in a play-off position. Unfortunately a dire final run of only 1 win in their final 8 games meant Leeds just missed out on a play-off position finishing 7th with a 75 points.


Player: Hadi Sacko (2016-ongoing)


Other Details: Plastic transfer club badge, plastic transfer manufacturers logo, plastic transfer sponsor, player-size numbers/letters, player-size felt EFL Championship badges on sleeve, secondary sponsor on back. The shirt was worn in the 1-0 home victory against Sheffield Wednesday. The shirt is still unwashed and filthy and was purchased from the clubs official match-worn shirt auctions. The shirt has been signed by the player and a COA is also provided from the club.

Leeds United 2016-17 Match Worn Shirt - Ronaldo Vieira!

(Unwashed v Brighton!)

Season: The 2016-17 season was a season of real encouragement and the best the club had competed in for a several years. The season started with yet another new manager, this time Garry Monk took control at Elland Road. Immediately under pressure after only registering one league win in his first 6 games, Garry soon turned the clubs fortunes around. Leeds' form soon picked up and spent the majority of the season in a play-off position. Unfortunately a dire final run of only 1 win in their final 8 games meant Leeds just missed out on a play-off position finishing 7th with a 75 points.


Player: Ronaldo Vieira (2016-ongoing)


Other Details: Plastic transfer club badge, plastic transfer manufacturers logo, plastic transfer sponsor, player-size numbers/letters, player-size felt EFL Championship badges on sleeve, secondary sponsor on back. The shirt was worn in the 2-0 home victory against Brighton Albion. The shirt is still unwashed and filthy and was purchased from the clubs official match-worn shirt auctions.

Leeds United 2016-17 Match Worn Shirt - Liam Bridcutt

(Unwashed v Nottingham Forest!)

Season: The 2016-17 season was a season of real encouragement and the best the club had competed in for a several years. The season started with yet another new manager, this time Garry Monk took control at Elland Road. Immediately under pressure after only registering one league win in his first 6 games, Garry soon turned the clubs fortunes around. Leeds' form soon picked up and spent the majority of the season in a play-off position. Unfortunately a dire final run of only 1 win in their final 8 games meant Leeds just missed out on a play-off position finishing 7th with a 75 points.


Player: Liam Bridcutt.


Other Details: Plastic transfer club badge, plastic transfer manufacturers logo, plastic transfer sponsor, player-size numbers/letters, player-size felt EFL Championship badges on sleeve, secondary sponsor on back. The shirt was worn in the 2-0 home victory against Nottingham Forest. The shirt is still unwashed and filthy and was purchased from the clubs official match-worn shirt auctions. The shirt has been signed by the player and a COA is also provided from the club.

Leeds United 2016-17 Match Worn Shirt - Lewie Coyle

(FA Cup)

Season: The 2016-17 season was a season of real encouragement and the best the club had competed in for a several years. The season started with yet another new manager, this time Garry Monk took control at Elland Road. Immediately under pressure after only registering one league win in his first 6 games, Garry soon turned the clubs fortunes around. Leeds' form soon picked up and spent the majority of the season in a play-off position. Unfortunately a dire final run of only 1 win in their final 8 games meant Leeds just missed out on a play-off position finishing 7th with a 75 points.


Player: Lewie Coyle (2015-ongoing)


Other Details: Plastic transfer club badge, plastic transfer manufacturers logo, plastic transfer sponsor, player-size numbers/letters, player-size felt Emirates FA Cup badges on sleeve, secondary sponsor on back. The shirt was worn in the FA Cup. The shirt has been laundered and was purchased from the clubs official match-worn shirt

Leeds United 2016-17 Match Worn Shirt - Kyle Bartley

(Last appearance for the club v Wigan! Unwashed and squad signed)

Season: The 2016-17 season was a season of real encouragement and the best the club had competed in for a several years. The season started with yet another new manager, this time Garry Monk took control at Elland Road. Immediately under pressure after only registering one league win in his first 6 games, Garry soon turned the clubs fortunes around. Leeds' form soon picked up and spent the majority of the season in a play-off position. Unfortunately a dire final run of only 1 win in their final 8 games meant Leeds just missed out on a play-off position finishing 7th with a 75 points.


Player: Kyle Bartley.


Other Details: Plastic transfer club badge, plastic transfer manufacturers logo, plastic transfer sponsor, player-size numbers/letters, player-size felt EFL Championship badges on sleeve, secondary sponsor on back. The shirt was worn in the 1-1 draw against Wigan Athletic on the final day of the 2016/17 season. The shirt is still squad signed, unwashed and filthy and was purchased from Kyle's step-brother (who obtained this after the game).

Leeds United 2017-18 Match Worn Shirt - Roofe

(Worn v Leicester in the Carabou Cup)

Season: Coming soon!


Player: Kemar Roofe (2016-ongoing)


Other Details: Plastic transfer club badge, plastic transfer manufacturers logo, plastic transfer sponsor, player-size numbers/letters, player-size felt Caribou Cup badges on sleeve, Southerns sponsor on the sleeve (player shirts only) secondary sponsor on back. The shirt was worn in the Caribou Cup defeat against Leicester and signed by Kemar too. The shirt has been laundered and was donated by the club to auction.

Leeds United 2017-18 Match Worn 'Poppy' Shirt - Pablo Hernandez

(v Derby & Brentford! Signed by Pablo too)

Season: Coming soon!


Player: Kemar Roofe (2016-ongoing)


Other Details: Plastic transfer club badge, plastic transfer manufacturers logo, plastic transfer sponsor, player-size numbers/letters, player-size Skybet badges on sleeve, secondary sponsor on back. The shirt was worn in the games against Derby at home and Brentford away. The shirt has been laundered and signed by Pablo on the front and back.  The shirt was purchased from ..... following donation from the club and has a letter to confirm this.

Leeds United 2017-18 Match Worn Shirt - Alioski

(unwashed v Bristol City)

Season: Coming soon!


Player: Ezgjan Alioski (2017-ongoing)


Other Details: Plastic transfer club badge, plastic transfer manufacturers logo, plastic transfer sponsor, player-size numbers/letters, player-size felt Skybet badges on sleeve, secondary sponsor on back. The shirt was worn in the 3-0 victory against Bristol City. The shirt is unwashed and was given to a fan after the game.