New Yeovil Town Kit 14/15- Sondico YTFC Home Shirt 2014-15

This is the new Yeovil home shirt 2014/15, Yeovil Town’s new home kit for the upcoming League One season. Made by Sondico, the new Yeovil home strip was officially unveiled on 25th July, 2014 by the club. Yeovil finished last in the Championship last season and have thus been relegated to League One.

The shirt is a green and white hooped effort from Sondico and features W & S Recycling as front of the jersey sponsors, with Thatchers Cider on the back

New Yeovil Town Home Kit 2014 15

YTFC Home Shirt 2014 15

YTFC Sondico

16 thoughts on “New Yeovil Town Kit 14/15- Sondico YTFC Home Shirt 2014-15

  1. Shwa Shwa

    Sondico have ripped every part of that jersey off from other jerseys from other manufacturers. I agree with Michael, Nike would have a case if they wanted to sue Sondico for infringing on their property.

  2. ajc70

    You CANNOT BE SERIOUS ! That is the current Celtic home shirt, what an unbelievable rip off !

  3. Moza

    It’s probably the best looking Sondico shirt by far at the moment and that’s because they just stole Nike’s template! Yeovil will look pretty good in it though.

  4. bigg

    If there were 8 or 6 green stripes sondico might get away with it .The fact theres 7 wich selick put on there kits to honour all there famous no.7s makes this a genuine rip off and nike have a case

  5. ñññ

    It’s probably less a case of ripping off a manufacturer, rather the factory (and I’m guessing a lot of the brands contract out to the same sweat shops anyway) will have taken elements from existing shirts and recycled them.

    Smaller kit suppliers and smaller clubs can’t make truly bespoke kits because the production runs aren’t big enough to justify them, so they’ll take bits, a collar here, a bit of sleeve detail there, re-use templates etc. from bigger teams’ kits that have already been in production for a year or so.

    There was a Yeovil kit made by Vandanel (Sondico are basically Vandanel rebranded) from about 2007 which was exactly the same as Reading’s Puma kit with the ‘bib’ from around 2006, except it was green. It’s just what the smaller manufacturers do to keep costs down. Otherwise lower division teams would have to resort to Nike teamwear.

  6. Moza

    ñññ :
    It’s probably less a case of ripping off a manufacturer, rather the factory (and I’m guessing a lot of the brands contract out to the same sweat shops anyway) will have taken elements from existing shirts and recycled them.
    Smaller kit suppliers and smaller clubs can’t make truly bespoke kits because the production runs aren’t big enough to justify them, so they’ll take bits, a collar here, a bit of sleeve detail there, re-use templates etc. from bigger teams’ kits that have already been in production for a year or so.
    There was a Yeovil kit made by Vandanel (Sondico are basically Vandanel rebranded) from about 2007 which was exactly the same as Reading’s Puma kit with the ‘bib’ from around 2006, except it was green. It’s just what the smaller manufacturers do to keep costs down. Otherwise lower division teams would have to resort to Nike teamwear.

    Good post my friend 🙂

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