1968-69 Leeds United football publications

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1968-69 Leeds United Season
League First Division
Home Ground Elland Road
1967-68 • other seasons • 1969-70


Publications

Programs
Competition/League Date Opponent H/A Venue
Football League Cup September 25, 1968 Bristol City Home Elland Road
First Division December 28, 1968 West Bromwich Albion Away The Hawthorns
First Division March 15, 1969 Nottingham Forest Home Elland Road
1968-69 English football season
First Division Arsenal • Burnley • Chelsea • Coventry City • Everton • Ipswich Town • Leeds United • Leicester City • Liverpool • Manchester City • Manchester United • Newcastle United • Nottingham Forest • Queens Park Rangers • Sheffield Wednesday • Southampton • Stoke City • Sunderland • Tottenham Hotspur • West Bromwich Albion • West Ham United • Wolverhampton Wanderers
Second Division Aston Villa • Birmingham City • Blackburn Rovers • Blackpool • Bolton Wanderers • Bristol City • Bury • Cardiff City • Carlisle United • Charlton Athletic • Crystal Palace • Derby County • Fulham • Huddersfield Town • Hull City • Middlesbrough • Millwall • Norwich City • Oxford United • Portsmouth • Preston North End • Sheffield United
Third Division Barnsley • Barrow • Bournemouth and Boscombe Athletic • Brighton & Hove Albion • Bristol Rovers • Crewe Alexandra • Gillingham • Hartlepool United • Leyton Orient • Luton Town • Mansfield Town • Northampton Town • Oldham Athletic • Plymouth Argyle • Reading • Rotherham United • Shrewsbury Town • Southport • Stockport County • Swindon Town • Torquay United • Tranmere Rovers • Walsall • Watford
Fourth Division Aldershot • Bradford City • Bradford Park Avenue • Brentford • Chester • Chesterfield • Colchester United • Darlington • Doncaster Rovers • Exeter City • Grimsby Town • Halifax Town • Lincoln City • Newport County • Notts County • Peterborough United • Port Vale • Rochdale • Scunthorpe United • Southend United • Swansea Town • Workington • Wrexham • York City