This beautifully-rendered Leeds United Home kit - as worn in the English Football League First Division in 1990-91 and 1991-92 - represents the last first-choice strip of a pre-Premier League Champions of England.

Leeds released a new Umbro kit on their return to the English top flight in 1990, and that tastefully-trimmed design - featuring measured use of secondary and tertiary blue and yellow on the by-now-recognisable white - with iconic Top Man sponsor, was carried over to the glorious 1991-92 season.

The Top Man branding was replaced with the now steeped-in-greatness logo of the Yorkshire Evening Post as Leeds first displaced, and then held off the challenge of Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United in their charge to eminence.

This rendering is the work of True Colours author John Devlin - truecoloursfootballkits.com. Keep up to date with True Colours by following @TrueColoursKits on Twitter.

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an in-depth look: Leeds United 1990 92 home kit


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