Together,
we're
Stronger
We aim to improve the club, ground, local area and community, for everyone.
We aim to improve the club, ground, local area and community, for everyone.
By joining the Trust, you help us to continue our work, achieve our objectives, and a get whole host of exclusive benefits.
What We Do
For the fans

The Trust gives its members a voice on key issues relating to Leeds United. We listen to your opinions through surveys, emails and social media feedback and raise important matters with the current custodians of the club. We use your opinions in one-to-one meetings with club management but also through our representation on the Supporters’ Advisory Board (SAB) and Independent Advisory Group (IAG). The stronger our membership is, the stronger the voice we have with the club.

October-December 2019
Exhibit celebrating Leeds United's Centenary Season
For The Community

The Trust wants to be at the heartbeat of our local communities so that our members can feel proud to be giving support to those who need help the most.

This work includes choosing a charity of the year, which in 2019 was the Leeds Foodbank Initiative, for which there is now a drop-off stall for donations outside the East Stand at every Leeds United home game. The charity for 2020 is Andy’s Man Club, which we promote regularly to give adult men the opportunity to talk openly and without judgement about their mental health at weekly events across the local area and nationally.

October 2020
Donated over 70,000 meals through the Premier League PPV boycott
For the club

The Trust is in a unique position, because Leeds United is bound under EPL/EFL/FA Fan Engagement guidelines to have regular structured dialogue with the Trust. We don’t claim to speak for every fan, but our position means that it is a healthy two-way discussion on a wide spectrum of challenges. This helps the club to understand what are the most important matters to the fanbase and what their opinions are on any upcoming decisions that need to be made in the interest of the club’s future.

We are also building our relationships with other fan groups, on a range of topics including equality and diversity, and this helps to present to the club in a position of strength and togetherness from the voice that really matters – the fans.

November 2017
Secured Elland Road as an Asset of Community Value
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Congratulations to Paul Madeley Memorial Award 2019/20 Winner
Kalvin Phillips

Congratulations to Kalvin Phillips, for winning our Paul Madeley Memorial Award for the second year running.

After each game, the Trust Board members nominate four Leeds players for the public to vote on as their Man Of The Match. At the end of the season, the player who has won the most of these votes is awarded the Paul Madeley Memorial Award.

81,000
votes
13
nominations
7
wins
Congratulations to Paul Madeley Memorial Award 2019/20 Winner
Kalvin Phillips

Congratulations to Kalvin Phillips, for winning our Paul Madeley Memorial Award for the second year running.

After each game, the Trust Board members nominate four Leeds players for the public to vote on as their Man Of The Match. At the end of the season, the player who has won the most of these votes is awarded the Paul Madeley Memorial Award.

Congratulations to Kalvin Phillips, for winning our Paul Madeley Memorial Award for the second year running.

After each game, the Trust Board members nominate four Leeds players for the public to vote on as their Man Of The Match. At the end of the season, the player who has won the most of these votes is awarded the Paul Madeley Memorial Award.

81,000
votes
13
nominations
7
wins
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