Two Yorkshire sides have topped a poll to decide the Football League’s best kits this season.
Leeds United won the overall vote for their traditional all-white home kit, taking 31 per cent of the home kit votes for the Championship.
That translated as 2,103 votes.
Their away kit, an all-yellow sponsorless strip, came second overall and was the most popular alternative outfit in the second tier, with 1,846 votes, or 26 per cent of the division’s picks.
Sheffield Wednesday had the second most popular home and away kits in the Championship.
The Owls’ away strip was more popular than their home, earning 1,190 votes.
Their famous blue and white home kit received 744 votes.
Two other Yorkshire sides sat atop League One for their strips.
Like their city rivals, Sheffield United’s away kit was more popular than their home, but both were the most popular in the division, taking 21 per cent of the vote in each category. United’s away attire was the sixth most popular in the entire Football League.
Bradford City came second in the home kit poll for League One for their brazen chequered garb. It came 16th overall.
Their away strip was also second for League One, but finished 23rd in the overall rankings.
Middlesbrough’s home shirt came 31st overall, while Hull City’s away and home strips were 74th and 77th respectively.
Barnsley’s away kit was 105th in the poll.