Peter Lorimer 1946 - 2021
Leeds United Supporters Club are saddened to hear of the passing of another star player of the great Revie team, Peter Lorimer. Following the recent losses of Norman Hunter, Trevor Cherry and Jack Charlton we again mourn the death of a Leeds United legend. Peter, who had been bravely battling a long illness, was a key player at our club in two spells at Elland Road spanning 23 years. He made his debut as a 15 year old against Southampton in 1962 and his illustrious career made him the club's record goal scorer netting 238 goals in 705 appearances. "Hotshot" Lorimer, as he was affectionately known was renowned for his powerful shooting and the chants of "90 miles an hour" frequently were heard as he lined up a free kick. Peter won 21 caps for Scotland and took part in the 1974 World Cup in Germany. After his playing career ended he was still involved with the club and became our first Football Ambassador in 2013. Another sad day for Leeds fans everywhere and our sincere thoughts and condolences go to Sue and his family. R.I.P. Peter.
Frank Worthington 1948 - 2021
Our thoughts and condolences also go out to the family & friends of Frank Worthington who spent a brief spell with us in the early 1980's
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Pay Per View - LUSC Statement
Leeds United Supporters’ Club are concerned regarding
the announcement that all October games, not selected for live television, will be shown on Pay Per View (PPV) at a cost of £14.95.
We fear that it may delay the return of fans to stadiums and could potentially lead to groups of people chipping in to reduce costs to watch the games together.
It would be much safer to get fans back safely into stadiums.
Fans are already expected to pay for Sky and BT subscriptions to watch live games.
Many of these fans are under the threat of redundancy or further furloughing.
With all the millions spent on transfers, agents etc in the game it seems very unfair to try to prise more money from fans.
We need to make sure that regular PPV is not brought in through the back door and that the Premier League finds a fairer way for all the loyal fans who are not allowed into stadiums to cheer on their team.
Always Leeds - Always Loyal
Leeds United Supporters Club was founded in 1919 and is the largest independent paying membership Leeds United Supporters group.
We have no political affiliation, and are entirely self funding. Our sole aim is to support Leeds United in the manner we see fit.
Proud to sponsor Kalvin Phillips
Even prouder to congratulate him on his England call-up! The first we are sure of many!
Leeds United Supporters Club is delighted that our sponsored player, Kalvin Phillips, has a agreed a new long term contract with the club. We have been proud to sponsor Kalvin over several seasons now. We wish him all the best in his efforts, along with the rest of the squad, to be playing with Leeds United at the highest level next season.
Leeds United Supporters’ Club is concerned regarding an increase in racist and offensive chanting at football matches. There is no place in football for racist or offensive behaviour. We welcome the inclusion of all fans from all areas of society. We encourage diversity and request that fans stand together, respect the beliefs of others and refrain from indecent chanting of any form.