Mapping the Leeds United street art

01 Jan 2021 09:07 pm, by YorkshireSquare

There has been a boom in Leeds United street art over recent years. Be it the white, blue and yellow painted telecoms cabinets and bollards around Beeston and Burley painted by the Burley Banksy, the various murals some of which have been commissioned by the Leeds United Supporters Trust or the work by Mateusz Klich himself on Elland Road there has been an explosion of colour and creativity. The artworks have brought colour and cheer to people travelling into games and are now part of the match day experience for many but with football behind closed doors fans will be missing seeing the artwork around the city. We have tried to map these amazing pieces of street art along with some other Leeds United landmarks and murals dotted around the city, so why not plan a signtseeing route round the city or take a virtual tour…

We are sure to have missed some so if you see any whilst you are out and about drop us an image and the location to our Twitter account @motforum and we will get it added to the map.

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rich_leeds64 wrote on 01 Jan 2021 09:49 pm

I’m pretty sure there’s Radebe 5 on Ingram Road between Elland Road and Armley Gyratory, I’ll have a look when I’m back in work next week.

HarryofOz wrote on 01 Jan 2021 09:25 pm

Great stuff