In a new feature on Vital Leeds we will be taking a look back at the clubs record on their next match day.
Leeds next match will be on September 25th against Sheffield United at Elland Road.
It`s the first time Leeds have played on this date since beating Newcastle 3-2 in 1999 thanks to goals from Lee Bowyer, Harry Kewell and Michael Bridges in a Premiership encounter at Elland Road.
Here is how Leeds have done over the years on 25th September:
1920 Division 2 Blackpool Away L 0-1
1926 Division 1 Arsenal Home W 4-1
1937 Division 1 Liverpool Home W 2-0
1946 Division 1 Charlton Athletic Away L 0-5
1948 Division 2 Chesterfield Away L 1-3
1954 Division 2 Ipswich Town Away W 2-1
1957 Division 1 Sunderland Home W 2-1
1963 League Cup Mansfield Town Home W 5-1
1965 Division 1 Blackburn Rovers Home W 3-0
1968 League Cup Bristol City Home W 2-1
1971 Division 1 Huddersfield Town Away L 1-2
1976 Division 1 Middlesbrough Away L 0-1
1982 Division 2 Fulham Away L 2-3
1984 League Cup Gillingham Away W 2-1
1985 League Cup Walsall Home D 0-0
1993 Premiership Coventry City Away W 2-0
1999 Premiership Newcastle United Home W 3-2
Overall playing record:
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