The new 2015-16 Aston Villa Home Kit draws inspiration from the classic designs of previous strips. Continue reading
Here is the new Aston Villa home shirt and kit for 2014/15. The new strip is made by Macron.
Villa is said to have worked closely with the designers at Macron to produce a new home kit that recognises the longstanding traditions of the club while also remaining at the forefront of sports technical fashion. Continue reading
Do you remember this Aston Villa third shirt from seasons 1991-93? Villa have used yellow in their change strips several times in the past and this third kit is a prime example. As you can see in the photo above the body of the shirt is yellow with their traditional claret and blue represented on the collar and neck opening. The shirt was produced by Umbro and Mita Copiers were the main kit sponsors.
Aston Villa has revealed their new home, away and goalkeepers’ shirts and kits for the 2013-2014 season. Macron is the kit manufacturer. Dafabet, an Asian online betting website, will be the Official Main Club Sponsor and their logo features on the new kits.
For anyone associated with Aston Villa, this has been a miserable Christmas. Villa have suffered three heavy defeats, conceding 15 goals and scoring none. Despite this, manager Paul Lambert insists they will avoid relegation from the Premier League this season.
As reported on the BBC Sport website Lambert said; “Everyone was positive after the Liverpool win but there is now a negativity after these three defeats. I understand that feeling but I have a belief that Aston Villa will be fine.” Continue reading
Aston Villa’s record 27 million striker, Darren Bent, wasn’t in the team again last night in the home win against Reading. He wasn’t even on the bench sparking further speculation of a rift with manager Paul Lambert. Continue reading
Manchester United’s incredible comeback from two goals down against Aston Villa was down to the unshakeable belief Sir Alex Ferguson has built into the team says two goal hero Javier Hernandez. Continue reading
The new Premier League season is here. What have the football kit designers come up with this season? Have they stuck to your club’s traditional kit design or thrown everything out and started from afresh? Take a look below for Premier League clubs A to M and see what you think. Will you be proud to wear your club colours this season, or will you be wearing a retro shirt because you can’t stand your shirts new look?
This new Arsenal shirt for the 2012-13 Season certainly looks like an Arsenal home shirt. The most notable change is the addition of blue to the sleeves, reflecting a British feel to the shirt. Nothing too controversial with this kit and it should be well received by Gooners.
Nike has been a little more bold with the away strip, with a purple and black hooped design that is similar to the 2007-08 Season. There is red trim to the sleeves. The away shirt is likely to be a little more divisive than the home shirt, but overall I think the shirt will prove to be a popular design.
Villa’s shirt suppliers, Macron, have come up with a traditional design for the claret and blue home shirt.
They’ve been a little more daring with the away shirt, opting for a vibrant lime green colour, with navy trim. The design may challenge the traditionalists, but fans will be hoping the team can be as bold this new Season.