A look back at what happened on this day April 25th in the history of Leeds United.
Leeds have played on 18 occasions on this day during their history, winning eight, drawing five and losing five.
*On this day in 1953, Jack Charlton made his first of a club record 773 appearances in the final game of the season against Doncaster Rovers. Charlton spent his entire career at Elland Road, making his final appearance in 1973.
**On this day in 1973, Leeds held out for a goalless draw to win 1-0 on aggregate in their European Cup Winners Cup Semi-Final against Hajduk Split.
***On this day in 2008, an early goal from Dougie Freedman secured a 1-0 win at Yeovil Town and confirmed Leeds place in the League One play-offs. Leeds held on to win despite having Alan Sheehan sent off. It was a huge achievement for Leeds who had started the season with a 15-point deduction.
1925 Arsenal H W 1-0 Division 1
1928 Manchester City H L 0-1 Division 2
1936 Preston North End A L 0-5 Division 1
1953* Doncaster Rovers H D 1-1 Division 2
1959 West Ham United H W 1-0 Division 1
1961 Scunthorpe Unites H D 2-2 Division 2
1964 Charlton Athletic A W 2-0 Division 2
1973** Hajduk Split A D 0-0 European Cup Winners Cup Semi Final 2nd Leg (won 1-0 on agg)
1979 Bolton Wanderers H W 5-1 Division 1
1987 Birmingham City H W 4-0 Division 2
1990 Barnsley H L 1-2 Division 2
1998 Coventry City H D 3-3 Premiership
1999 Manchester United H D 1-1 Premiership
2004 Portsmouth H L 1-2 Premiership
2008*** Yeovil Town A W 1-0 League 1
2009 Hartlepool United A W 1-0 League 1
2011 Crystal Palace A L 0-1 Championship
2015 Sheffield Wednesday A W 2-1 Championship