Centenary Square unveiled

Centenary Square unveiled

Celebrating 100 years of Leeds United.

It is no secret that Leeds United turns 100 this year and to help celebrate this important milestone, the club is creating a brand new commemorative space, located outside the Centenary Pavilion at Elland Road that will be known as Centenary Square.

Curated to celebrate the club’s rich history over the last 100 years, Centenary Square will include a series of heritage focal points dedicated to some of the greatest players and most iconic moments of Leeds United.

Centenary Square will give fans the opportunity to etch their name alongside every player who has pulled on the famous white shirt for Leeds United since 1919.

The installation will provide a permanent place for Leeds fans to enjoy and share in the nostalgia of the club’s rich history outside Elland Road, creating a lasting tribute to all of the players and fans that have made Leeds the team we love.

Together with a series of granite benches that will reflect key moments in the club’s history, the front of the Centenary Pavilion will be transformed, installing a unique aluminium wall that will be displayed with the names of every player that has put on the shirt for Leeds United along with their debut date and number of appearances for the Club.  

Angus Kinnear, Chief Executive of Leeds United said:  “We are excited to announce plans for Centenary Square, providing an iconic place for all supporters and visitors of Leeds to visit. 

“Leeds United has created so much history over the last 100 years and we are looking forward to building a permanent residency at Elland Road to showcase this. 

“Together with Bremner Square and the Don Revie statue, Centenary Square will become an important focal point and meeting place for our fans to enjoy.”

Personalised fan stones are available to order from today. For more details please click here.