A look back at what happened on this day April 26th in the history of Leeds United.
Leeds have played on 16 occasions on this day during their history.
*On this day in 1924, Leeds secured the title as they won promotion to the top-flight for the first time in their history with a 1-0 home win over Nelson.
**On this day in 1992, Leeds United clinched the last ever First Division championship with a 3-2 win at Sheffield United.
Alan Cork gave Sheffield United the lead before Rod Wallace equalised just before half time.
Jon Newsome put Leeds ahead but that was cancelled out when Lee Chapman diverted a John Pemberton cross into his own net.
Brian Gayle then scored a bizarre own goal to gift Leeds the three points.
Leeds then had to wait for the outcome of the Liverpool v Manchester United game later in the day. Liverpool beat Manchester United 2-0 and Leeds were crowned the champions of England in only their second season back in the top flight.
Leeds were the last Champions of the old First Division before the birth of the Premier League in 1992.
1924* Nelson H W 1-0 Division 2
1930 Manchester United H W 3-1 Division 1
1947 Derby County A L 1-2 Division 1
1950 Blackburn Rovers H W 2-1 Division 2
1952 Coventry City H W 3-1 Division 2
1958 Newcastle United A W 2-1 Division 1
1965 Birmingham City A D 3-3 Division 1
1971 Arsenal H W 1-0 Division 1
1975 Wolverhampton Wanderers A D 1-1 Division 1
1977 West Ham United H D 1-1 Division 1
1978 Aston Villa A L 1-3 Division 1
1980 Wolverhampton Wanderers A L 1-3 Division 1
1986 Carlisle United H W 2-0 Division 2
1992** Sheffield United A W 3-2 Division 1
2003 Blackburn Rovers H L 2-3 Premiership
2014 Birmingham City A W 3-1 Championship