Leeds United Official Online Shop Call us 0871 334 2019. login / register; £0.00. The badge is based on the City of Leeds coat of arms, and some versions show the same motto as the City's crest which is 'pro rege et lege' meaning 'for the king and the law'. One of the all time Leeds United classics.The Leeds squad of 1972-1973 in their all white strip with the LUFC script as the United badge. 2005/2006 HOME JERSEY SHIRT M ADULT ADMIRAL #1 DEREK LEEDS UNITED FC Football Shirt Soccer Jersey 2019/20 Camiseta Trikot MaillotLEEDS UNITED FC The Peacocks ELLAND ROAD 3 players & CLUB BADGELeeds Beckett University O'Neills 69 Home Shirt Jersey Player IssueCHELSEA FC - Road to the 1970 FA Cup Pin/Badge (v Leeds Utd)[blue]Very Rare Manchester City Supporter Enamel Badge - Treble Winners 2018-2019Very Rare Wolverhampton Wanderers Supporter Enamel Badge - Smart 1970’s CrestChelsea Patch 1970`s Style Removable Tactical Retro Vintage Football CFC BadgeRare Coventry City Supporter Enamel Badge 1970’s Crest Design Wear With Pride -1Leeds United Double Crest Target Pin Badge. In place now (at the time of writing) for nearly seven years and this badge I think is finally being established. The badge was a blue and yellow circle with the clubs name encircling the outside. Be sure to add me to your favourites. For additional information, see the Global Shipping Programme 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 Bordered Smiley badge here on the kits of the 1978-79 squad.

The badge retained the existing shield, but replaced the “LUFC” script with “LEEDS UNITED” above and “100 YEARS” below the shield. The United players in this pic: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.

Whichever badge trims the shirt of the day though is the badge that is planted firmly in our hearts.One of my favourites The Crest Badge used for around fifty years, even before Leeds United were formed in 1919 but played as Leeds City. 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. Please check out my other items in my eBay shop for more Football Memorabilia and Rugby League Memorabilia I have for sale on eBay. | Vintage Leeds United Shirt Jersey 2002/03 home Size XL Nike Strongbow 2002 2003LEEDS UNITED 2002 2004 AWAY FOOTBALL SHIRT JERSEY NIKE VINTAGE #11 BOWYEROFFICIAL LEEDS UNITED F.C. The former shirt makers Admiral are back with this effort and Bet 24 is now the shirt sponsor. The badge went through a few variations, some in just two colours, some in more. The United players in this pic:A kick up the eighties and along with a new shirt manufacturer which was umbro came a new badge. Your basket is empty £0.00. This was the first Leeds top I owned complete with a sew on number five (Jackie Charlton) bought from Sutcliffes in Leeds City Centre. This was Admiral's second United kit, their logo used as the trim that runs down the arms. It was used exclusively for three seasons, and then came back for two more spells on the away shirts later on. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. For me the crest of Leeds City itself is more than an appropriate badge for our team and I'd love to see it put in place. United Kingdom and many other countries 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.The current Shield badge here on the shirts of the 2006-07 squad. Also on this shirt is the logo of United's second ever shirt sponsor, Systime.

For all the time of their existence up until they were expelled from the league they used only one which is the crest badge seen below or a variation of it. This item will be sent through the Global Shipping Programme and includes international tracking. Certainly a loveable effort that certainly didn't fit the hard Leeds image. The first was RFW and was used on the shirts in the season before this one. 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.The Peacock badge here on the kits of the 1983-84 squad. Leeds United’s nickname at the time was ‘The Peacocks’ so it was apt that the badge should feature one. The United players in this picture:Can you get more seventies than this?

The United players in this pic:If it aint broken don't fix it! The United players in this pic: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.