11 players who played for both.
Leeds United are back in Emirates FA Cupaction on Sunday, taking on Queens Park Rangers in the Third Round at Loftus Road.
Ahead of the fixture, Ewe look at 11 players who have featured for both teams!
The former England stopper is now with Premier League side Chelsea. He had a four year spell at QPR from 2012-2016, before hearing to the Whites, where he enjoyed a successful season, before moving to Huddersfield Town.
The defender was at QPR from 2000-2004 and moved to Leeds from Loftus Road. He then went onto have permanent spells at Watford, Burnley, York City and Northampton Town, before retiring in 2013.
Moving to Leeds for £18m from West Ham in 2000, Ferdiannd was the world’s most expensive defender at the time. In 2002 he went to Manchester United for £30m and remained there for 12 years before joining QPR.
The defender moved to QPR from Leeds in 1950. He went onto become a legend at Loftus Road and is their all time appearance record holder. He made 519 league outings over a 13 year period.
Now at Crystal Palace, the England international had a short loan at Leeds from Tottenham Hotspur in 2012. In 2013 he spent time on loan at QPR, also from White Hart Lane, before moving to Newcastle United.
The midfielder joined Leeds from Crystal Palace in 2005, before returning to Selhurst Park. After his second spell with the Eagles, he joined QPR in 2010, going on to make 99 appearances for the club.
After winning the FA Cup with Wimbledon, Jones moved to Leeds in 1989, helping the Whites win promotion to the top flight. He finished his career at Loftus Road, spending the 1998/1999 season with QPR.
The 29-year-old striker has been at Queens Park Rangers since 2017. He spent the 2013/14 season at Leeds after signing from Oldham Athletic, before joining Fulham at the start of the following campaign.