• Issue 5 of 2015-16 is an A5 84-page full colour magazine that goes on sale v Preston on Sunday 20th December 2015. Here you can buy both the paper copy or a digital PDF version that's suitable for all mobile devices and tablets. Paper copies will be sent out via standard delivery from Monday 23rd November. Unfortunately, due to the rise in postage costs, we can no longer ship the paper version of the magazine outside the UK. [line]Have you considered a subscription? The digital sub starts at the equivalent of £1 per month and gets you access to 60+ digital editions of TSB from 2009 right up to the latest edition. If you're in the UK, you can purchase a paper subscription and get all ten issues delivered to your door.[line]
  • Issue 4 of 2015-16 is an A5 84-page full colour magazine that goes on sale v Rotherham on Saturday 21st November 2015. Here you can buy both the paper copy or a digital PDF version that's suitable for all mobile devices and tablets. Paper copies will be sent out via standard delivery from Monday 23rd November. Unfortunately, due to the rise in postage costs, we can no longer ship the paper version of the magazine outside the UK. [line]Have you considered a subscription? The digital sub starts at the equivalent of £1 per month and gets you access to 60+ digital editions of TSB from 2009 right up to the latest edition. If you're in the UK, you can purchase a paper subscription and get all ten issues delivered to your door.[line]
  • Free UK Delivery A twenty year history of Leeds United as captured in the pages of popular fanzine The Square Ball, from its inception in 1989 through to its brief hiatus in 2008. From the highs of both First and Second Division Championship titles with Sgt Wilko's old pros and giddy European nights with David O'Leary's kids to the nightmare in Galatasaray and the heartbreak of the fretful into football's third tier following Peter Ridsdale and the PLC's calamitous financial incompetency. Not forgetting, of course, a healthy dose of vitriol for our friends from over the Pennines. Written as events unfurled, and without the necessary restraints of 'proper' reporting, this collection captures life at Elland Road as it actually was (or felt at least) in a way that writing with the benefit of hindsight can never achieve. This comprehensive history of TSB was compiled by its founder and original editor, Ian Dobson. All proceeds go directly to Ian with our thanks.
  • Issue 3 of 2015-16 is an A5 84-page full colour magazine that goes on sale v Brighton on Saturday 17th October 2015. Here you can buy both the paper copy or a digital PDF version that's suitable for all mobile devices and tablets. Paper copies will be sent out via standard delivery from Monday 19th October. Unfortunately, due to the rise in postage costs, we can no longer ship the paper version of the magazine outside the UK. [line]Have you considered a subscription? The digital sub starts at the equivalent of £1 per month and gets you access to 60+ digital editions of TSB from 2009 right up to the latest edition. If you're in the UK, you can purchase a paper subscription and get all ten issues delivered to your door.[line]
  • Issue 2 of 2015-16 is an A5 84-page full colour magazine that goes on sale v Brentford on Saturday 12th September 2015. Here you can buy both the paper copy or a digital PDF version that's suitable for all mobile devices and tablets. Paper copies will be sent out via standard delivery from Monday 14th September. Unfortunately, due to the rise in postage costs, we can no longer ship the paper version of the magazine outside the UK. [line]Have you considered a subscription? The digital sub starts at the equivalent of £1 per month and gets you access to 60+ digital editions of TSB from 2009 right up to the latest edition. If you're in the UK, you can purchase a paper subscription and get all ten issues delivered to your door.[line]
  • Issue 1 of 2015-16 is an A5 84-page full colour magazine that goes on sale v Burnley on Saturday 8th August 2015. Here you can buy both the paper copy or a digital PDF version that's suitable for all mobile devices and tablets. Paper copies will be sent out via standard delivery from Monday 10th August. Unfortunately, due to the rise in postage costs, we can no longer ship the paper version of the magazine outside the UK. [line]Have you considered a subscription? The digital sub starts at the equivalent of £1 per month and gets you access to 60+ digital editions of TSB from 2009 right up to the latest edition. If you're in the UK, you can purchase a paper subscription and get all ten issues delivered to your door.[line]
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    [line] [custom_headline type="left" level="h2" looks_like="h5" class="mtn"]New for 2017-18: Read on your phone at the match[/custom_headline][custom_headline type="left" level="h2" looks_like="h5" class="mts"]Includes unlimited access to 80+ digital issues[/custom_headline] [line] New for 2017-18: read the current issue on your phone at the game. Starting this season, all articles in the magazine will be available in a phone-friendly format on the website for subscribers. So, if you prefer digital to paper, you can still have the mag in your pocket. A digital subscription includes unlimited access to all PDF editions of TSB from 2009 right up to the current issue! Simply log in to the website, head to the shop and all the digital magazines will be free - for as long as you have an active subscription. Please note: This is a recurring subscription product that runs for six months from the date of purchase. Upon expiry, it will attempt to collect a recurring payment of £9 from the card you used to pay, unless cancelled. You can manage your subscription, your payment method and renewal options in the My Account part of the website. [line]Did you know? The 12 month digital subscription is better value at the equivalent of just £1 a month. Click to get that instead!
  • Limited stock - only 20 copies! Signed and personalised by the author. The Only Place For Us is, in TSB's unbiased opinion, an unmissable book for any Leeds fan. If you have a question about Elland Road, from how tall were the floodlights, to which Peacock pub is the oldest, to where exactly the well under the pitch is, the answer will be in this book. Did you know there was a well under the pitch? No? Then you need to get yourself a copy, and fast. On top of all that, this 288-page large format (bigger than A4!) illustrated hardback book opens with a foreword by none other than David Batty. These very limited copies will be signed and personalised by the author, Jon Howe, a long-time contributor to The Square Ball, Leeds Live, and many more.