Leeds United 2023-24 Adidas Third Kit

Leeds United 2023-24 Adidas Third Kit

Leeds United have revealed their new third kit for the 2023/24 season, celebrating the history of Leeds United and Yorkshire.

With a striking rose, orange and navy colour scheme, the 23/24 adidas third shirt features a colourful peacock print on the front and peacock crest detail on the back of the neck.

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Designed in association with Acid FC, the third shirt and shorts feature a woven club crest in line with this season’s home and away kits.

View the: Leeds United 2023-24 Home Kit

View the: Leeds United 2023-24 Away Kit

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 · 5 months ago
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BQT
 · 6 months ago
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Bob
 · 6 months ago
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Oh Dear
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Looks a pile of puke colour scheme wise .
"Inspired by The streets of leeds city centre after a saturday neet.."
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  • " 6 months ago
    Looks like*
Bobby Shrub
 · 6 months ago
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As far as hideous shirts go, it's not the worst
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Andk
 · 6 months ago
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Reminds me of fruit salad chewits! Not the worst kit here but far from neing a nice shirt
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Real yra
 · 6 months ago
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Fkin duckheDs deleting comments u dont know fk all wot they mean.
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  • Pierre H 6 months ago
    Lol
Guest
 · 6 months ago
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Hideous shirt that matches the club
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Fruit salad
 · 6 months ago
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Awful it’s football not Noels house party returns
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  • Tatlock 6 months ago
    Dik
David L
 · 6 months ago
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The Leeds United third kit is designed by a five year old kid mixing orange and pink and splashing it with blue splodges. The pink shorts and socks owes a nod to the 30th anniversary of Mr Blobby's first appearance on Noel's House Party. 😆 😆 Lol!!!

This obviously has nothing to with Yorkshire or the history of LUFC. Shame on them!!!
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