The left back played 351 times for Leeds and netted 11 goals including the decisive strike that saw Don Revie's side win their first major honour by defeating Arsenal in the 1968 League Cup final at Wembley.
Cooper also bagged 20 caps for England and represented the Three Lions in the 1970 World Cup.
Here, the YEP's Lee Sobot pays tribute to Cooper with a selection of some of the best pictures of his career.
1. Hot on your heels
Terry Cooper, left, chases Chelsea forward Bobby Tambling during a First Division match against the Blues at Stamford Bridge in May 1967. Photo Don Morley/Allsport/Getty Images.
Terry Cooper, right, challenges future Manchester United boss Alex Ferguson, left, as Jack Charlton, centre, joins in against Glasgow Rangers in the Inter-Cities Cup quarter-final of April 1968. Picture by YPN.
Terry Cooper, second row bottom left, celebrating after Leeds United's 1968 League Cup final triumph against Arsenal in which Cooper netted the only goal of the game. Photo by Evening Standard/Hulton Archive/Getty Images.
Terry Cooper and his Leeds United team mates enjoy a spot of carpet bowls before their side's fourth round FA Cup clash at Sutton United of January 1970. Picture by YPN.
5. In control
Terry Cooper battles it out with Celtic's Jimmy Johnstone in the European Cup semi final second leg at Hampden Park of April 1970. Picture by Bill Hirst and Roy Fox/YPN.
6. Flying high
Terry Cooper, second right, challenges Peter Osgood in the 1970 FA Cup final against Chelsea as Whites team mate Jack Charlton, second from right, looks on. Photo by Douglas Miller/Getty Images.