Leeds United fans handed chance to meet some of Howard Wilkinson's title winners

FANS will be given the opportunity to relive Leeds United's 1992 title winning season when members of the squad reunite at Scarborough Spa later this year.

Friday, 26th March 2021, 4:15 pm

Hosted by RM Sports Events, An Evening With The Real Class Of 92 on Friday, November 19 will see a host of ex-players take a look back on their triumphant title winning year which was the last season of the old First Division.

Confirmed speakers for the event so far are former manager Howard Wilkinson full backs Mel Sterland and Tony Dorigo, former England midfielder Steve Hodge and defender Jon Newsome who scored a crucial goal to give United the lead in the title clinching game against Sheffield United.

More guests will be announced in due course.

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CHAMPIONS: Leeds United with the 1991-92 Football League Division One trophy. Photo by Getty Images.
CHAMPIONS: Leeds United with the 1991-92 Football League Division One trophy. Photo by Getty Images.

On the night, each of the players present will be individually interviewed and guests will be able to take part in an audience Q & A session specific to the title winning season.

The evening will also feature two extended videos from the historic title–winning season whilst those purchasing VIP tickets will have the opportunity to meet and greet the former Whites stars and have photographs signed.

Tickets are on sale via Scarborough Spa’s website HERETicket prices and details are as follows:

Standard Ticket - £30 EACH (plus booking fees)

• Entry

• Full Nights Entertainment including Interview and Q&A with all the guests on stage

• Seated on tables of 10

VIP Ticket - £40 EACH (plus booking fees)

• Early Entry

• Meet and Greet plus Photo montage of guests for you to get signed at the Meet and Greet

• Full Nights Entertainment including Interview and Q&A with guests on stage

• Seated on tables of 10 central to the stage

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Thank you Laura Collins