Leeds’ away kit for the 2022/23 campaign will see the team line up in a paint-splattered ‘pulse yellow’ and ‘dark blue’ strip.
Unlike the new home kit, Leeds’ change strip will be available for supporters to buy from Thursday, August 4 although United’s official press release warns of limited availability in the first drop.
"Season Ticket Holders and Members will be able to purchase items from 8am with the kit going on general sale from 9am,” a club spokesperson said.
“The explosion of pulse yellow blended with a dark blue for the shirt is a modern take on some of our iconic yellow kits from the 70s and the colour coordinated club crest sits proudly on the chest,” a statement from Leeds United read.
"The collar of the shirt is a classic V-neck with a ribbed trim, with matching ribbed sleeve cuffs as you work your way down the arm.”
Leeds’ new-look tie-dye theme has already divided opinion amongst supporters on social media who have expressed both their delight and distaste of the new design.
Shorts and socks will be made of the same ‘dark blue colourway’ apparent on the shirt.
Modelled by new contract signees Joe Gelhardt, Sam Greenwood and Crysencio Summerville, the away kit is likely to feature the young trio more frequently this season as Jesse Marsch looks to integrate the talented youths.
Leeds’ 2022/23 home kit will not be available to supporters until ‘late August’.