Six of the best Leeds United and Marcelo Bielsa murals from across the city

There are some fantastic murals and artworks of Leeds United and coach Marcelo Bielsa across the city.

Friday, 20th November 2020, 4:45 pm
Bielsa the Redeemer (photo: Simon Hulme).

The Whites' promotion has sparked an explosion of creativity across Leeds, with artists from all backgrounds memorialising their heroes on houses, walls - and of course, electric boxes. Here are six of the best, taken by YEP photographers.

Shane Green, from Otley, created this mural of the Leeds United badge across two end of terraces on Tilbury Mount in Holbeck, near the footbridge for the M621 (photo: Simon Hulme).
Jameson Rogan created this mural of the First Division title-winning team of 1991-92 on the Lowfields Way underpass at Elland Road (photo: Simon Hulme).

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This artwork of the 'Yorkshire Pirlo' Kalvin Phillips is underway (photo: Simon Hulme).
Albert Johanneson, first person of African heritage to play in the FA Cup final in 1965, has been added to the Phillips mural - along with Lucas Radebe (photo: Simon Hulme).
Street artist Irek Jasutowicz was commissioned by Parklane Group to create this Marcelo Bielsa mural at Hyde Park Corner (photo: Jonathan Gawthorpe).
Nicolas Dixon and ‘Burley Banksy’ Andy McVeigh re-imagined Bielsa as the famous Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio di Janeiro for this mural (Simon Hulme).
A little Leeds fan takes in the Holbeck mural (photo: Simon Hulme).
No round-up of Leeds United artwork would be complete without a piece by Andy McVeigh AKA Burley Banksy, who painted over this electrical box in Beeston Hill (photo: Jonathan Gawthorpe).