Leeds United Football Club, commonly known as Leeds, is a professional football club based in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. Founded in 1919, the club has a rich history and a passionate fanbase. Leeds United have won three English top-flight titles, one FA Cup, one League Cup, and two Charity Shields. They have also had success in Europe, reaching the final of the European Cup twice and winning the Fairs Cup (now the Europa League) twice.
One of the key figures in the club's history is former player and manager Don Revie, who led the team to their most successful period in the 1960s and 1970s. Revie's team was known for their physicality, tactical versatility, and attacking flair, and was nicknamed "The Revie Plan." The team featured notable players such as Billy Bremner, Jack Charlton, and Norman Hunter, who helped the team win two league titles, one FA Cup, one League Cup, and two Fairs Cups.
The club's home ground, Elland Road, has been expanded to accommodate more fans, and the atmosphere at home matches is widely regarded as one of the best in English football.
The club's fans are known for their loyalty and passion, and their "Marching On Together" anthem is sung before every match. With a talented squad and a passionate fanbase, Leeds United look set to continue their success on and off the pitch for years to come.