Leeds United officially launched their new home kit on Thursday.
Leeds United's home kit for the forthcoming 2016-17 season has earned a thumbs-up from the club's first-team coach James Beattie.
Leeds launched their new home shirt at an event at Elland Road on Thursday evening.
Garry Monk's side will wear it tomorrow when the Whites host Serie A side Atalanta in their final pre-season friendly before the rough and tumble of the Championship, which kicks back off for United with a visit to Queens Park Rangers on Sunday week.
Beattie, who joined Leeds' coaching staff this summer following the arrival of Monk, was present at last night's event, and the 38-year-old said the new kit is simply "class".
It could well be an exciting season for Leeds, who have a young, ambitious manager with Premier League experience steering the ship, while Monk has signed six players - Marcus Antonsson, Kyle Bartley, Hadi Sacko, Matt Grimes, Kemar Roofe and Rob Green - and there may yet be more before their trip to Loftus Road.
The 38-year-old told LUTV on Thursday that he was hopeful of bringing in one or two new faces before their Championship curtain raiser at QPR.
A general view of the Billy Bremner statue outside Elland Road before the match - Leeds United