Leeds United Football Club has signed a five-year deal with Kappa France after seven years of wearing Macron kits. The partnership will see the three-time English champions in Kappa strips until the end of their 2020 season.
The first ever Leeds United FC Kappa kit (now available at JD Sports) was unveiled at the well-supported club’s Elland Road Stadium earlier this week in the form of their 2015/16 home uniform. It made it’s match debut during The Whites 1-1 pre-season draw with Harrogate Town on Friday.
The kit is in the famous white of Leeds United with dark blue accenting used on its y-neck collar, sleeve cuffs and sock top areas. It uses a slim fit and in currently unsponsored. The result is a look that is reminiscent of Leeds’ kits of their very successful 1970s.
Kappa’s Omini logo appears at the top of each sleeve while text branding runs diagonally along the front right shoulder.
Fifteenth placed finishers in th Football League Championship at the end of last season, Leeds United have featured well known players such as Eric Cantona, Ian Rush and John Charles in their ninety six year history.