Leeds City FC

Formed in 1904 and members of the Football League from 1905 to September 1919. Their best league finish came in 1914 when the infamous Herbert Chapman led them to fourth in the second division. Wolves beat City twice 5-0 and in the 1909/10 fixture George Hedley made his 100th League appearance for Wolves. Leeds were expelled from the Football League on 4th October 1919 for failing to co-operate with football authorities which had accused the club of making illegal payments to players during the First World War. Their last two fixtures came against Wolves at Elland Road on 27 September 1919 and a week later at Molineux. Just days later their players were auctioned off and Leeds City were replaced in the League by Port Vale.

Football League
1906/07 (2) W 3-2 L 0-2
1907/08 (2) W 2-0 L 1-3
1908/09 (2) W 2-1 L 2-5
1909/10 (2) W 5-0 L 0-1
1910/11 (2) W 3-1 L 0-1
1911/12 (2) W 5-0 D 1-1
1912/13 (2) D 2-2 D 2-2
1913/14 (2) L 1-3 L 0-5
1914/15 (2) W 5-1 W 3-2
1919/20 (2) L 2-4 D 1-1
Associated with both clubs

Bill Halligan, Tom Mayson, Tom Mulholland, and George Swift.