The club's long-awaited top-flight return after a 16-year absence proved one to savour and the YEP's Lee Sobot picked out some of the most impressive Whites statistics based on the 2020-21 campaign as a whole.
Leeds ended their season with Sunday's 3-1 victory at home to already relegated West Brom - after which the season's Premier League statistics were complete....
1. 59 points
There was always talk of Leeds needing to firstly reach the magical 40-point marker which is normally enough for safety but the Whites ended up one point short of 60 and finished just three points off a European qualification place.
2. 9th place
Whites head coach Marcelo Bielsa, above, steered Leeds to a ninth-placed finish which was United's best since David O'Leary's side came fifth in 2002.
3. 62 goals
Netted across United's 38 league fixtures for an average of 1.6 a game. Only five clubs scored more - Manchester City (83), Manchester United (73), Liverpool (68), Leicester City (68) and Tottenham (68). West Ham also bagged 62.
4. 17 goals
For Patrick Bamford, to finish joint-fourth in the Golden Boot standings alongside Tottenham's Heung-Min Son. Only Tottenham's Harry Kane (23), Liverpool's Mo Salah (22) and Manchester United's Bruno Fernandes (18) scored more.