These are the new QPR kits 2017/18, Queens Park Rangers’ new home, away and third tops for the upcoming EFL Championship season. Made by Italian firm Errea, who take over as the club’s new kit partners following the early termination of their previous deal with Dryworld, the new QPR strips were officially unveiled on June 23, 2017 by the club.
The new QPR Errea home shirt features the club’s traditional hoops in white and blue, with the away and third having the hooped design in red and navy & black and green respectively. 1882 features on the back of the jerseys, with “WEAREQPR” appearing on the inside.
The club also have a new shirt sponsor in the form of online casino Royal Panda, who have inked a three year deal with the Loftus Road outfit.
QPR finished a disappointing 18th in the Championship in 2016/17.
These are the new Brentford kits 17/18, Brentford FC’s new home and away strips for the upcoming Championship season. Made by Adidas, the new Bees kits were officially unveiled on 19 June, 2017.
Brentford have a new principal shirt sponsor in the form of LeoVegas, with the gaming firm having inked a two year deal with the Griffin Park outfit to replace previous sponsors 888Sport.
The uniforms are also the first ones to feature the club’s new crest, after the Bees, like Italian champions Juventus, opted for a “modern” re-design.
Brentford finished 10th in the Championship in 2016/17 Continue reading
These are the new Cardiff City kits 2017/18, CCFC’s new home and away jerseys for the upcoming Championship season. Made by Adidas, the new CCFC shirts were officially unveiled on 16 June, 2017 by the Bluebirds.
Cardiff finished 12th in the Championship in 2016/17 with 62 points, eighteen behind Fulham, who took the final playoff spot on offer.
The Bluebirds have ditched red and opted to don a lime green shirt, paired with white shorts and socks, on the road next season. Both home and away shirts are sponsored by Visit Malaysia. They have also announced that their 16/17 away strip will serve as their third kit for the 2017/18 season. Continue reading
This is the new Wolves kit 2017/18, Wolverhampton Wanderers’ new home strip for the upcoming EFL Championship season. Made by Puma, the new Wolverhampton shirt was officially unveiled on 16 June, 2017 by the Molineux outfit.
Wolves finished 15th in the Championship in 2016/17, picking up 58 points from 46 games. Under Paul Lambert, the side managed famous Cup wins over Stoke and Liverpool, but struggled to find league consistency, and eventually had to settle for a spot in the bottom half of the table.
The new WWFC shirt uses a Puma template seen employed by several clubs this season Continue reading
This is the new Boro away kit 17/18, Middlesbrough FC’s new alternate strip for the upcoming Championship season. Made by Adidas, the new alternate top was officially unveiled on June 16, 2017, roughly around two weeks after the club unveiled their home shirt.
The new away jersey mirrors the design of the home one, but in white and navy colours. A minor change is however present in the positioning of the Adidas stripes- they’re on the side in the home shirt, and on the sleeves in the away jersey. White and navy was a popular combo when Boro wore it back in the 2002/03 season. The club also used white as recently as 2015. Continue reading
This is the new Sheffield United home kit 2017/18, newly promoted SUFC’s new home strip for the upcoming Championship season. The Blades comfortably won League One in 2016/17, scoring 100 points (and 92 goals) from 46 games to secure the title and automatic promotion to the Championship. Made by Adidas, the new SUFC shirt was officially unveiled on June 12, 2017 by the club.
United had OTA Alpharooms on the front of their jerseys last season, and with the acquisition of the latter in 2016 by Truly Holdings, sister company Teletext Holidays now takes over as principal shirt sponsors. Continue reading
This is the new Barnsley shirt 17/18, Barnsley FC’s new principal strip for the upcoming Championship season. Made by Puma, the new home kit was officially unveiled by the club on June 12, 2017.
The home shirt is predominantly red, as you’d expect with Barnsley, and features a buttoned collar and white panels underneath the sleeves and down the sides. White shorts and red socks complete the look of the new Barnsley strip, which will again be sponsored by C.K. Beckett
Barnsley finished fourteenth in the 2016/17 season, picking up 58 points from 46 games. Continue reading
This is the new SAFC kit 2017/18, Sunderland’s new home strip for the upcoming Championship season. Made by Adidas, the new SAFC top was officially unveiled on 11 June, 2017. The Black Cats were relegated from the Premiership at the end of the 16/17 season along with Hull and Middlesbrough, with manager David Moyes also leaving the Stadium of Light after just ten months in charge.
As they aim to return to the top flight, the Black Cats have turned to the past for inspiration Continue reading