Leeds United are undeniably one of the most successful football clubs in England, having won numerous domestic and international trophies throughout their club’s history at their stadium, Elland Road.

Here we’ve comprised a list of every trophy Leeds United have won – in chronological order:

Second Division (3): 1923-24, 1963-64, 1989-90

Leeds won their first major trophy in the 1923-24 season when they were crowned champions of the Second Division. This success led to their first-ever promotion to the First Division – where they would establish themselves as a top-flight team for decades to come.

They later won the second division two more times, including the 1963-64 and the 1989-90 seasons.

First Division (3): 1968-69, 1973-74, 1991-92

Leeds United Division One Champions 1991/92
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Their most successful period came in the late 1960s and early 1970s when they won three First Division titles under the guidance of manager Don Revie.

The first of these came in the 1968-69 season when Leeds finished six points ahead of second-placed Liverpool. They repeated this feat in 1973-74, winning the title by just a single point over, once again, Liverpool.

Their third and final First Division title came in 1991-92 when they won the league by four points over Manchester United. This means they will forever hold the record for the last-ever first-division title won.

FA Cup (1): 1971-72

In addition to their league successes, Leeds United also have an FA Cup to their name. They defeated Arsenal 1-0 in the final, with Allan Clarke scoring the winning goal.

League Cup (1): 1967-68

They also have the league cup in their cabinet, winning this for the first and only time during the 1967-68 season, when they defeated Arsenal 1-0 in the final thanks to a Terry Cooper strike.

Charity Shield (2): 1969, 1992

Leeds United FA Charity Shield Winners 1992
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Leeds United won the Charity Shield twice in their history, in 1969 and 1992.

Inter-Cities Fairs Cup (2): 1967-68, 1970-71

The Whites have also had some excellent European success to their name, winning the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup twice in their history. 

They first won the trophy in the 1967-68 season, defeating Hungarian side Ferencváros 1-0 on aggregate in the final. They went on to win it again 12 years later in the 1970-71 season, where they defeated Italian giants Juventus 3-2 on aggregate in the final – which is one of their most famous victories to this day.

Championship Title (1): 2019-20

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In recent times however, the only bit of silverware Leeds have managed to obtain was the Championship title in 2020 – where they ended a 28-year-long trophy drought and rightfully reclaiming back their spot in the top flight of English football. 

These were all sourced from the official Leeds United website.