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Leeds United's exile has been long enough that an entire generation of football fans have grown up not knowing that once upon a time, Leeds United were a well known club, challenging for top honours with the best clubs across England such as Manchester United and Liverpool. But Leeds was once home to many of the worlds' top superstars, such as Harry Kewell, who went on to win a European Cup with Liverpool in 2005's Miracle of Istanbul. Struggling to get a player in Starting 11's Leeds United football quiz? Click the player you're having trouble with and hit the 'hint' button to get a letter to help you along, with Leeds' greatly polarising fortunes in the past 2 decades, you're going to need it...

Match Details
Leeds United's 0-0 draw with Chelsea
Premier League
Elland Road
25 Oct October 1998
Penalty area
Centre circle
6 Letters
5 Letters
8 Letters
8 Letters
6 Letters
6 Letters
6 Letters
7 Letters
11 Letters
6 Letters
9 Letters
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Can you name the starting 11 below?
Leeds United's 0-0 draw with Chelsea
Premier League
Elland Road
25 October 1998
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Leeds United Football Club is a football club representing Leeds and West Yorkshire. Formed in 1919 and hosting their home games at Elland Road, Leeds United Football Club have returned from a long absence from England's top flight. Most of Leeds United Football Club history was spent in the top flight of England's domestic league; their longest continuous spell inside the first tier was 18, almost as long as their period of exile outside of the Premier League between 2004 and 2020.

Leeds United Football Club have won the English league title three times, one FA Cup and League Cup, two Charity/Community Shields and two Inter-Cities Fairs Cups. Leeds United Football Club also reached the European Cup Final, only to lose to Bayern Munich. Leeds United Football Club owe much of their success to the management of Don Revie in the 1960s and 1970s, which cemented Leeds' all-white home kits iconic status. Leeds share rivalries with “the other United”, Manchester United, as well as Chelsea, and local teams such as Huddersfield Town, Bradford City, Sheffield United and Sheffield Wednesday, among others. Now with Leeds United Football Club's return under veteran Argentine manager Marcelo Bielsa, they will be reignite these high-profile rivalries once more...

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How to Play

Select a fixture from the game menu to bring up a starting 11 lineup. Read the match details and when ready, hit 'play now'.

Study the lineup. The number below each shirt indicates how many letters there are in that player's name. You're against the clock so get going!

Think you know one of the mystery players? Enter your guess in the box provided below each shirt. See a tick? Boom, you've got it! See a cross? Guess again!

Struggling to get a player? Click the player you're having trouble with and hit the 'hint' button to get a letter to help you along. You only have 3 hints so use them wisely...

Really can't think of any more? Hit 'give up' and we'll show you the players you missed. Don't beat yourself up, we can't all remember that South American they had on loan for three games...

Think your score is unbeatable? Hit the 'challenge' button to share the game with a friend. Let's see who comes out on top!