This article is about the city in England. For other articles subjects named Leeds, see Leeds (disambiguation).
Areas within the Leeds Metropolitan boundary include: Aberford, Allerton Bywater, Alwoodley, Ardsley, Armley, Barwick in Elmet, Beeston, Boston Spa, Bramham, Bramhope, Bramley, Burley, Chapel Allerton, Chapel Town, Cookridge, Garforth, Gildersome, Guiseley, Halton, Harehills, Headingley, Horsforth, Hunslet, Kippax, Kirkstall, Methley, Middleton, Morley, Moortown, Otley, Oulton, Pudsey, Rawdon, Rothwell, Rounday, Scarcroft, Scott Hall, Seacroft, Shadwell, Swillington, Wetherby, Wortley and Yeadon.
Leeds has two universities, the University of Leeds, with around 28,000 students and Leeds Metropolitan University with around 26,000 (according to UCAS; the LMU website claims 37,000) as well as various higher education colleges, giving it one of the largest student populations in the country. The main campuses of both universities are near the city centre.
An inhabitant of Leeds is locally known as a Loiner. However, the mock-classical adjectives Leodensian and Leodiensian are used by some local sports clubs.