The third issue of The Square Ball’s 30th season is available to buy now online, or from one of our friendly sellers outside Elland Road before home games, after first going on sale before Leeds United’s centenary game at Elland Road on 19th October 2019.

£1.50 for the digital version or £2.50 (plus postage) for a paper copy gets you 72 full-colour pages of brilliant Leeds United related words and pictures, from some amazing writers, artists and photographers. You can buy individual issues from us here.

If you want to try before you buy, this article by Daniel Chapman tells the story of the day Leeds United were founded, while this one by Ruth Saxton restores a forgotten name to Leeds United’s complete record. Both are free to read without a subscription.

TSB is a proper magazine, for Leeds fans, that was has been shortlisted eight times for The Football Supporters’ Association Fanzine of The Year Award. We’ve won twice, so it’s got to be worth two quid, right?

For one pound a month digital subscribers get a pdf version of the mag, all new articles online, and access to more than 80 back issues, going back to 2009. Get all the details about subscribing here.

Subscribers can read all the new articles on our website, handy on the phone on the bus to the match or when you’re skiving at work.

Just log in and go to Subscriber Articles from the menu, or follow the links below. Although this issue features a special centenary section featuring players from the past drawn in iconic retro kits that you need to experience in the pdf version.

Don’t forget we have loads of quality merch for sale, from hoodies and sweaters to t-shirts and mugs with ¡LEEDS CARAJO! on them — as used by Marcelo Bielsa. Get all that here.

We’ve a new podcast too — as well as the TSB Podcast, we’re doing The Extra Ball every week. Details on that are here.

Thanks as always for supporting The Square Ball — we hope you enjoy reading the mag. ◉

(cover artwork by Lee Shackleton)

“I was working with a collection that I loved” — Helen Keogh, Curator, Leeds United

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Helen Keogh first worked as Leeds United's curator from 2011-13. For the centenary season, she's come back, to make sure our club's heritage has a future.

The Complete Record

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Growing up I was told my grandpa, Albert Saxton, had played for Leeds United.

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