The insurance company, which is based in Gibraltar, will also continue as the main club sponsor until the end of the 2013/14 Season.
“We are delighted that we have reached an agreement with Enterprise Insurance to continue as the Main Club sponsor for the next two seasons.
“We have developed an excellent working relationship with Enterprise Insurance during the course of this season and have launched a number of Leeds United branded insurance products through the partnership, including the increasingly popular Leeds United Insurance Compare website.
“We look forward to developing our relationship further with Enterprise and helping them to promote their business to a worldwide audience.”
Enterprise Insurance managing director Andrew Flowers said:
“We are delighted to continue as the main sponsor for Leeds United.
“It’s a terrific Club and over the course of this season we have seen the real benefits of a marketing partnership with a globally recognised brand such as Leeds United.
“The Enterprise brand has been featured in 11 live games on television this season, generating significant exposure for our company not only in the UK but Internationally where we have growing business interests. ”
Enterprise Insurance Company Plc was established in 2004 and is based in Gibraltar, one of Europe’s leading insurance centres.
Enterprise provides a wide range of general insurance products – including motor, household, warranty and legal expenses on a wholesale basis – for client companies in the UK, France, Greece and a number of other European territories. In the UK, Enterprise Insurance has over two million clients and works closely with a number of well known blue chip organisations to provide insurance services.
The relationship has seen the successful launch of the Leeds United Insurance services compare website (www.luiscompare.com), allowing fans to save money on their insurance through comparing insurance quotes on their car, motorbike, van or home insurance policies.
The Club has also launched a branded mechanical breakdown insurance policy.