Flora Snelson

A graphic featuring photos of Leeds United Women players, including Olivia Smart and Carrie Simpson
Astle free
Leeds United Women are in a bit of a pickle with injuries at the moment. Enter Katie Astle, the 2019 Development Player of the Year.
A photograph from Saf Jarvis' Man's Game of a training session between a women's football team on a recreation ground by Burley Park allotments
“It’s about doing what you love and forgetting to think about what’s stopping you."
Danielle Whitham of Leeds United Women
With more changes than expected this season, Leeds United Women are taking the adjustments in their stride.
Rachel Daly celebrating a goal against the 31/7 purple and orange colours
Our Flora Snelson is at the 2023 World Cup, and life in FIFAland, it turns out, is as strange as the inside of a box of fries.
The cover of our 31/7 World Cup 2023 minizine
It can be 31/7/22 forever
Our Flora Snelson has gone to the World Cup, but before getting on the plane to Australia she wrote this 20 page guide to the tournament.
Not quite galactic giants colliding, but it is Erling Haaland being banged into by Junior Firpo and Sam Greenwood
Collapsing stars
When it comes to the vastness of the cosmos, romantics and philosophers will tell you this fear is fine, beautiful even, but the helplessness of this season hits differently.
Crysenscio Summerville lying down to form a draught excluder behind a wall against Leicester, a phrase that has somehow become normal in football, don't ask us
Let them eat chaos
From a formless wasteland came two goals and a point apiece, and at the end of it all the crowd had forgotten how to be themselves.
Danielle Whitham of Leeds United Women
Looking up
Leeds United Women's last home game of the campaign was a lesson from Newcastle on what needs to be done next season.
A photo of Abbie Brown playing for Leeds United Women
Volume & tone
Abbie Brown’s thunder-volley was a real treat. Wham, bam, thank you Abbie, we all enjoyed that almost as much as you did.
A graphic showing various photos of Leeds United Women players, including Cath Hamill, Carrie Simpson and a team huddle
One up
Leeds United Women put five past Hull but failed to take their chance against league leaders Durham Cestria, who are showing there's no room for error in this division.
Mark Viduka playing for Leeds in 2000/01. Someone is celebrating a goal with him in a headlock
2000: Leeds 4-3 Spurs
A month before the famous Viduka 4-3 Liverpool, Leeds got some practice in, writes Flora Snelson.
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Gareth McCleary looking very pleased with himself for scoring for Nottingham Forest against Leeds
2012: Leeds 3-7 Forest
The Tuesday night of all Tuesday nights, by Flora Snelson.
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The Square Ball

Elland Road, 1972:

50 days that changed Leeds United forever.

A 160 page special publication by The Square Ball, Paul Trevillion and Leeds United Supporters’ Trust, to celebrate Leeds United winning the Centenary FA Cup in 1972.

When Don Revie picked up the phone to call Paul Trevillion, he thought he was getting a public relations expert. What he got instead was a true born artist, a whirlwind of ideas and action, a charismatic tempest. Revie soon nicknamed him, ‘The Beaver’.