Leeds United Opportunities for Further Research & Libraries
Want to find out more? Information on archives and libraries with holdings on football and Leeds United.
Search Copac here. Many national, academic and specialist libraries around the UK hold Leeds United related material.
Copac includes details of materials held in libraries throughout the UK, plus Trinity College Dublin Library in Ireland. Copac includes the catalogues of all the UK National Libraries, a wide range of major University libraries... » see more
Football Unites, Racism Divides resources & information work has underpinned the project’s educational work since 1997, when thier resource library was first opened. Since then, the number of items in the library has dramatically increased whilst at the same time the project has expanded the service into other areas,... » see more
Search the Leeds City Council library catalogue here. Most books held can be borrowed via any UK library via interlibrary loan. Ask your local library for details.
The Central Library (located on Great George Street) has a large collection of Leeds United material in its 'Local History' section. They hold a large number of books on Leeds... » see more
The Special Collections department of the University of Leeds recently received a large collection of Leeds United material.
Search the Leeds University library catalogue here. They currently hold close to a hundred books on Leeds United, as well as a large number of programmes, audio visual material and other related ephemera.
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The British Library holds over 14 million books, almost a 100,000 journal and newspaper titles, as well as sound recordings, manuscript material and film. It holds the right of "legal deposit" meaning it can claim a copy of every book publsihed in the United Kingdom for its collection.
Search the British Library catalogue here. The BL has a large collection... » see more
The National Football Museum holds the finest and most significant football collection and body of associated evidence in the world. The Museum therefore is committed to researching the collection and related subjects to explain how and why football has become the most popular sport in the world.
The National Football MuseumSir Tom Finney WayPrestonPR1... » see more