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Leeds United is the name of a Football club. It was formed in the year 1919. The home ground of the club is Elland Road stadium, the England's twelfth largest football stadium. The stadium has seating capacity of about 39,460 people. The owner of the club is Eleonora Sports Ltd. Massimo Cellino is the president of the club and the head Coach is Neil Redfeaen.
The predecessor of the Leeds
United was Leeds City FC, which was actually formed in the year 1904. Within the one year of the establishment, it was in 1905 that they were elected League members. The Leeds United was formed in the year 1919 and on 31st of October, 1919; it was elected to enter the Midland
League. On 31st of May, 1920, it was for the first time that the club was elected to football league. The company won the title for the first time in the year 1924 and was promoted from the Second Division to the First Division. It remained unable to maintain their position, so in 1927, the club was again deported to the Second Division. The club was overtaken by the Cellino on 5th of April, 2014. There are about 75 percent shares of the club which are holded by Eleonora Sports Limited.
Leeds United has won many trophies, which include an FA Cup, a League Cup, an Uefa
Cup and many more. The club is owned by Gulf Finance House Capital, a Bahrain based Islamic bank. Leeds United is also known as 'The Whites' as they play in the white uniform. Ken Bates is the manager of Leeds United. The club was selected for Football League for the first time on 31 May, 1920. The club has won many titles such as League Cup, First Division league title (for Three
times) and FA Cup. The Inter-Cities Fairs Cup is also won by the Leeds United for two times.
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