We look at 11 players who played for the Whites and Tigers.
The goalkeeper played for 17 different clubs during his career after starting out at Liverpool. He had a loan spell at Leeds during the 2006/07 season from Fulham, prior to a move to Hull.
Now with fellow Championship side Wigan Athletic, Bruce signed for Leeds in August 2010 from Ipswich Town. He moved to Hull two years later and helped them win promotion to the Premier League.
Whites captain Cooper began his career at Hull, making 17 appearances in all competitions. A permanent move to Chesterfield followed, before he joined Leeds in 2014. He has made over 100 appearances for the Whites.
Signed by Leeds from Marítimo in 2005, Marques went on to make 100 appearances for the club. He joined Hull on a short term loan, but injury restricted him to just one appearance in 2006.
The Scotland international helped Leeds win promotion from League One in 2010. He moved to Norwich City in 2012, prior to moving to Hull and then on to West Ham.
The midfielder had a loan stint at Leeds from Tottenham Hotspur in 2011. He joined Hull in 2014 before moving to West Bromwich Albion. He has been capped by England seven times.
A player who played for both Merseyside teams, United signed Barmby from Liverpool in August 2002. Two years later he joined then League One side Hull and helped them reach the Premier League.
Bridges joined Leeds from Sunderland in 1999, but was plagued by injuries at Elland Road. After an impressive season with Carlisle United in 2006, Hull City moved to secure his signature.
Striker Paynter started out at Port Vale, before signing for Hull after a loan during the 2005/06 season. He had a prolific season with Swindon Town during the 2009/10 season and then signed for the Whites.
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