Dome is where the Farke is: Trinity Leads play-off push

Shopping Centre’s Super-Sized Show of Support for Leeds United is the City’s Biggest.

Football fever is reaching new heights as a 294-square-metre portrait of Leeds United manager Daniel Farke has been unveiled on the glass dome roof of Trinity Leeds shopping centre ahead of this Sunday’s Championship Play-Off Final.

The supersized Farke portrait – which measures 21 metres by 14 metres – has been created by the shopping centre as a ‘good luck’ message of support to the team ahead of the game against Southampton at Wembley.

Steven Foster, Centre Director at Trinity Leeds, said: “This is a massive moment for the city and we want to show our support for the club and the fans with an equally big display.

“The Premier League is the pinnacle of English football, where a club as big and historic as Leeds United belongs. It’s been a rollercoaster of a season, and we wanted to give the club’s devoted fans and hopefully the team an extra bit of support. We’ll be cheering The Whites on all the way – fingers crossed they get the result we’re all hoping for.”

Trinity Leeds previously made headlines around the world after renaming a street in the centre ‘Marcelo Bielsa Way’ back in 2020 after the then manager following the club’s last promotion to the Premier League.