Classic highlights of the 1964-65 first division clash between Arsenal and Leeds United played on the 13th February, 1965 . Super Leeds won the game 2-1 at Highbury with goals from Johnny Giles and Don Weston in front of 32,132 spectators.
The actual Leeds United mix here of the famous pre-game and tunnel music featuring Aaron Copland's Fanfare For the Common Man and Survivor's Eye of the Tiger. This mix is one of the all time favourites down at Elland Road and was played during Wilko's reign at the club. Thanks to Holy Ghost for sending us this mix - 'remixed by Holy Ghost for 7 Seaz Productionz'...Enjoy!!
Classic highlights of Leeds United against Manchester United here. The game was played at Elland Road on the 27th August, 1966. United won the game 3-1 with goals from Paul Reaney, Peter Lorimer and Paul Madeley in front of 45,092.
The A side to the record which has 'Leeds Leeds Leeds' on the flip. Released in 1972 it features players from that time complete with their nicknames. Written by Les Reed, performed by the team and supporters.
A comical clip here from the popular soap Emmerdale. Sam Dingle sings Glory Glory Leeds United during choir practice while Bob Hope gets shouted down for blasphemy. Local Leeds team Farsley Celtic also get a heads up here, fame at last for the Little Celts. Thanks to PCT for the clip.
Another great mix here made by Scott featuring Fanfare for the Common Man, Eye of the Tiger and Marching on Together. A different take by Scott featuring the fans anthem and the popular Wilko era pre-match tracks. WAFLL thanks Scott for the track.
The goals here from the Football League Cup 2nd Round against Crystal Palace. Showing the goals from Jonathan Douglas, Jermaine Beckford, Luciano Becchio and Enoch Showunmi. Thanks to manlokit for sending us this clip. United won the game 4-0 in front of 10,765. Thanks to manlokit for sending us this clip.
The haunting music that was played pre-game at Elland Road during the O'Leary era is of course Born Slippy by Underworld. We have the Leeds United version here mixed by music producer Holy Ghost who kindly sent us this piece. At the time a very popular one down at Elland Road, this piece also featured in the film Trainspotting. Thanks to Holy Ghost for mixing and sending the file - 'remixed by Holy Ghost for 7 Seaz Productionz' ...Drugs Are Bad MMk!!
A great video review here of all the Jermaine Beckford goals from the 2007/08 season. Set to the apt 'Don't Stop me Now' by Queen and 'The One And Only' by Chesney Hawkes. Thanks to Dean for another of his great video clips.
An action packed video here featuring goals from the 2007/08 United campaign, set to the Gary Kaye version of We All Love Leeds and ending with United fans singing various chants. WAFLL would like to thank Dean for making and sending this great clip.
The Leeds United version of the famous Strings for Yasmin by Tin Tin Out. Mixed by Holy Ghost this is the pre-game and tunnel music played at Elland Road. Thanks to Holy Ghost for the mix and sending us the clip and a BIG thank you to Darren Stokes of Tin Tin Out for giving Holy Ghost the go-ahead to edit his music and of course for letting WAFLL publish the piece - 'remixed by Holy Ghost for 7 Seaz Productionz' ...Play it at your Sister!!
A bar packed with Denmark Whites in Copenhagen here explodes in song after Howson nets his second in the PO Semi. Great clip and noise from some of the many Leeds United fans in the Kongeriget Danmark. Thanks to Yezpar for the clip.
Gary Kaye here with his version of We All Love Leeds. Gary Kaye the former Leeds United Poet in Residence once performed on the Elland Road pitch to over 27,000 people. Thanks to Luke for this audio clip.
Dougie Freedman's crucial but deserved late goal in the Play Off Semi final, 1st leg, at Elland Road here. Sending over 36,000 of the Elland Road faithfull home a little happier. "It may be the most important goal for Leeds United in season 2007-08"...Thanks to manlokit for the clip.
15 points, who gives a f**k, we're super Leeds and we're going up followed by Marching on Together. 15 points... is a chant sung round the terraces at Elland Road and further afar after the Football League deducted Leeds United fifteen points before the start of the 2007/08 campaign.
A short clip here of that superb Bradley Johnson volley in the last League game of the 07-08 season v Gillingham. Is this the best Leeds volley ever? "Bradley Johnson wonderful volley goal against Gillingham"...Thanks to manlokit for the clip.
An audio clip here of one of the most favourite chants sung by the Elland Road faithfull. We Are the Champion's Champion's of Europe has been sung home and away ever since 1975 after Leeds were cheated out of Europe's top prize. Thanks to Mac DaRam a Waccoe poster for this audio clip.
"All day, the Leeds ticket office knew the sheer size of the queue, they knew for definite there'd be a sell out with 1000's still waiting, yet whoever was supervising did nothing to manage the queueing. People were just left all day, with absolutely no system in place, other than getting in the money as quickly as possible". Thanks to Stal for this excellent video
Radio and Tv presenter Chris Moyles gives airplay to a new performer 'Ken-rique E-Bates-ias' who sings in celebration of Leeds United levelling the points deduction on Sep 08 after the game with Hartlepool United.
Superb video here featuring some vintage clips of Leeds United from different era's. A classic brief of the 1972 Cup Winners in the tunnel at Wembley kicks this one off. Clip sent by Waccoe poster 'Get The Chelsea Out Of Leeds'.
Elland Road Baht'at is on the B side of 'Leeds United Calypso' which was brought out in 1964. The song is the Leeds version of the Yorkshire anthem Ilkey Moor Baht'at. Baht'at is Yorkshire speak and literally means without hat. Written and performed by Ronnie Hilton.
This is a catchy pop tune effort and many have likened it to New Order's World In Motion but the Leeds United record was released 5 months previous. Written by Chris Speight, Steve Speight and performed by The Crew.
Made in tribute to the Leeds United and Scotland legend Billy Bremner. The record was released in 1971 but the wee Scot Bremner had already been mentioned in several Leeds United records. Written and performed by Ronnie Hilton.
Leeds United are no strangers to financial dfficulties as this silent vintage clip shows. In 1924 Leeds
faced repayment of a £35,000 debt to the outgoing chairman. This led to the clubs 'Lend Us A Fiver' campaign to try and raise the cash. If only 7,000 fans
offered over a fiver the club would be able to pay back the debt.
This is the A side to the single which also features 'We Shall Not Be Moved' on the flip. Written and sung by Ronnie Hilton this version was brought out around 1970 to celebrate Leeds getting to the FA Cup final.