Stoke City revealed their new away shirt and kit at their End of Season Awards Dinner on May 14th 2013. The new away strip will first be worn when Stoke play at Southampton on the final day of the 2012-13 Premier League season.
Norwich City revealed their new 2013-14 official home kit made by Errea. Aviva are the principal sponsors. The kit launch is titled ‘Dare to Dream’ and features a launch video – see below. The new strip is designed by the Canaries official kit supplier, Errea and will be worn in the Barclays Premier League next season.
This Manchester United away shirt from the 1995-96 season has gone down in history as one of United’s most controversial kits. The shirt was popular amongst the fans despite it’s controversial design and colour, which was primarily grey. However, it’s real claim to fame came in April 1996, when United were playing Southampton and losing 3-0 at half-time. Continue reading
Liverpool Football Club has revealed their new home and goalkeeper kits for the 2013-14 season. The kits are again produced by Warrior. You can order the new kit here.
At first glance the new home strip doesn’t look all that different to last year’s kit but on closer inspection you notice some of the detail. On the stripes having a lighter shade of red, you will notice that Liverpool FC and the crest are repeat woven into the fabric of the shirt. The collar and sleeves have white stripe detail. The logos of Warrior, Standard Chartered and the Club crest are all gold. The goalkeeper shirt is white with black pinstripes, has a black collar and black details on the sleeve edges.
Here we have a vintage West Bromwich Albion football shirt from the 2002-03 season. This was ‘The Baggies’ home shirt and the season was notable as it was their first season in the Premier League and their first season in the top flight of English football since 1985-86. Unfortunately, they only managed to finish 19th and were relegated. Continue reading
Here we have a vintage Chelsea football shirt from Seasons 1990-1992. This was the away shirt and as you can see was predominately red and white, with a diamond like pattern. The shirt was produced by Umbro. I wonder how popular this shirt was among the Chelsea fans. Continue reading