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Leaked 23/24 Leeds United Home Kit Fails to Impress: ‘Missing the EFL Badge’

Leaked 23/24 Leeds United Home Kit Fails to Impress: ‘Missing the EFL Badge’

While Leeds United’s fate in the Premier League remains to be seen, some recent leaks have provided fans with a premature look at their kits for next season.

The Peacocks have endured a horrid campaign this season, one which might result in their relegation from the English Top flight.

Despite going all-in and investing heavily in Jesse Marsch, the American failed to provide much in terms of dividends, leading to his eventual departure from the club.

Currently under Javi Garcia, the chances of Leeds staying up remain in the balance, making for a rather gloomy period at Elland Road. 

Nevertheless, the recently leaked home kit might end up providing some respite to fans, even though it could possibly be worn in the Championship.

Designed by Adidas, the primary strip is strictly traditional in all aspects. White is the predominant color, paired with the club’s signature gold and blue applications.

The various logos come in blue, while the club crest is present in all its multicolored glory.

Situated on either side of the V-neck collar are Adidas’ signature Three-stripes, albeit with a slight twist. 

Instead of painting them blue like last season’s iteration, the German Sportswear brand has applied a blend of gold and blue.

By the looks of it, the three stripes are slightly thicker as well, they alternate between the 2 colors, with gold featured right in the middle.

The design bears some obvious similarities to Sweden’s away kit, leading to suggestions of Adidas possibly recycling the design.

From the minimalist Adidas logo to the striped applications on the shoulders, the two kits do share some evident similarities.

In fact, Sweden’s kit could easily fill in as a Leeds strip, with the only alteration being the centrally located crest.

Nevertheless, the home strip does offer a distinct tone at the base, which comes in the form of a faint pattern.

The pattern appears to be inspired by the Peacock motifs Leeds are associated with, although there are no confirmations as to exactly what it is.

Overall, the kit is a fairly decent effort.

The newly introduced design elements certainly add more to the look, but still, the kit is nothing to write home about.

The Elland Road faithful online didn’t seem to have a strong reaction to the leak, be it positive or negative. 

Most fans were on the fence, while others simply resided on the ‘meh’ side of things. 

A number of supporters were visibly more concerned with the league the kit will be worn in next season.