Date: 30th April 2018 at 7:05am
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A look back at what happened on this day 30th April in the history of Leeds United.

 Leeds have played 20 times on this day in their history, winning 11, losing 4 and drawing 5.

*On this day in 1969, Leeds finished the season with a 1-0 home win over Nottingham Forest thanks to a Johnny Giles goal as Leeds celebrated winning the First Division title for the first time in their history.

**On this day 2011, striker Ross McCormack broke his Leeds United duck on the penultimate weekend of the season in the 1-0 win against Burnley. It took McCormack 20 appearances to score his first Leeds goal. He went on to score 58 goals for Leeds in 158 appearances.

Results

1921       Nottingham Forest          A             L 0-1       Division 2

1927       West Ham United            H             W 6-3    Division 1

1932       Southampton    H             W 1-0    Division 2

1934       Aston Villa           A             L 0-3       Division 1

1938       Manchester City               A             L 2-6       Division 1

1949       Cardiff City          H             D 0-0      Division 2

1955       Fulham A             W 3-1    Division 2

1960       Nottingham Forest          H             W 1-0    Division 1

1963       Chelsea                A            D 2-2      Division 2

1966       Newcastle United            H             W 3-0    Division 1

1969*    Nottingham Forest          H             W 1-0    Division 1

1973       Birmingham City               A             L 1-2       Division 1

1977       Bristol City           H             W 2-0    Division 1

1983       Barnsley               H             D 0-0      Division 2

1988       Swindon Town  A             W 2-1    Division 2

1994       Everton                H             W 3-0    Premiership

2000       Sheffield Wednesday    A             W 3-0    Premiership

2006       Preston North End          A             L 0-2       Championship

2011** Burnley                H            W 1-0    Championship

2016 Charlton Athletic H L 1-2 Championship

 

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