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
This is the new Birmingham City away kit 2017/18, Blues’ new alternate strip for the 17/18 Championship season. Made by Adidas, the new BCFC alternate top was officially unveiled on June 5, 2017 by the club.
Birmingham narrowly avoided the drop in 2016/17, finishing just two points above third from bottom Blackburn Rovers, who were relegated to League One.
Blues will be wearing a predominantly white top on the road next season, with blue detailing Continue reading
This is the new Middlesbrough kit 2017/18, Boro’s new principal strip for the upcoming Championship season. Made by Adidas, the new MFC top was officially unveiled on 3 June, 2017 by the club.
Boro were unable to preserve their top flight status after promotion from the Championship in 2016. They finished second from bottom in the Premier League and will be playing in the second tier next season. The North-East outfit had a very poor 2017 in particular- they were the last of the 92 clubs in the top four tiers of English football to win a league game this year.
The shirt sees the return of the white band, complete with a white round neck and the famed Adidas stripes on the sides.
Ramsdens remain principal shirt sponsors, but have opted to market their currency service Continue reading
This is the new Ipswich away kit 2017/18, Ipswich Town’s new alternate strip for the upcoming Championship season. Made by Adidas, the new ITFC change top was officially unveiled on May 31, 2017 by the club, weeks after the Tractor Boys revealed their new home uniform.
Ipswich will wear a red shirt, paired with black shorts and red socks on the road next season. The shirt features a white v-neck and has Marcus Evans as principal sponsors. Continue reading
This is the new Ipswich kit 2017/18, Ipswich Town’s new home strip for the upcoming Championship season. Made by Adidas, the new ITFC home jersey was officially unveiled on May 8, 2017 by the club. The Tractor Boys finished 16th in the Championship in 2016/17, picking up 55 points from their 46 games- they lost their final game of the season away at Forest, who chose to debut their Adidas made 17/18 home strip in that all important clash.
The new Ipswich 2017/2018 home jersey features a contrasting horizontal hoop pattern, paired with white shorts and predominantly blue socks. Marcus Evans remain sponsors. The home goalkeeper kit is a cyan offering from Adidas with dark blue detailing
This is the new Nottingham Forest kit 2017/18, Forest’s new home strip for the upcoming league season. Made by Adidas, the new NFFC shirt was officially unveiled on 7 May, 2017, on the eve of the club’s all important clash at home against Ipswich- a fixture that will determine whether they stay in the Championship or drop to League One along with Wigan and Rotherham.
Going into the final round of fixtures, both Forest and third from bottom Blackburn have the same number of points, but Forest’s goal difference is better than Rovers (by one) Continue reading
This is the new Bristol City away kit 2017/18, Bristol City’s new alternate strip for the upcoming Championship season. Made by local company Bristol Sport, the new 17/18 away kit was officially unveiled on 3 May, 2017.
The Robins are currently 17th in the Championship table and are assured of a spot in English football’s second tier for the 2017/18 season.
Bristol have opted for a purple and lime combo, not too different to the colour scheme they used for their 2014/15 away strip. Lancer Scott again remain principal shirt sponsors, as can be seen in the pics below. Continue reading