16 of the most iconic Leeds United photos of all time
These iconic Leeds United images all have one thing in common - they were all taken by legendary lensmen of the photographic world.
Varley's are a photo family dynasty whose images have helped define the club's history and heritage down the decades. Doncaster-born Daily Mirror photographer John Varley - whose images include the famous 1970 shot of Pelé exchanging shirts with Bobby Moore at the World Cup in Mexico - kicked off the family affair. By the 1970s his son Andrew was also making a name for himself as a freelance sports photographer and says he has not looked back since. Having covered Leeds United for so many years - an image from his first trip to Elland Road was of Duncan McKenzie jumping over a Mini - he is pleased to see them back in the Premier League. “I’ve been through everything with them,” said Andrew, whose son Jack, 32, also works with him part-time, and will likely take over his father’s archives on day. Enjoy these iconic Varley Picture Agency images of Leeds United down the decades. Which is your favourite? READ MORE: The ups and downs of Leeds United's Elland Road down the decades LOVE LEEDS? LOVE NOSTALGIA? Join Leeds Retro on facebook