This is the new St.Mirren kit 2017/18, Scottish Championship outfit Saint Mirren FC’s new home top for the upcoming league season. The Buddies have a new uniform partner this season in the form of Joma, who replace Carbrini, and the Spanish manufacturer’s first creation for the Paisley was officially revealed on June 23, 2017.
St.Mirren finished 7th in the Scottish Championship last season, thirteen points off a spot in the playoffs.
The club also have a new principal shirt sponsor in the form of Skyview Capital, with the California based private equity firm’s logo appearing on the front of the jersey. The shirt will be paired with predominantly black shorts and black shorts with white detailing.
This is the new Hearts kit 2017/18, Heart of Midlothian FC’s new home strip for the upcoming SPL season. The Edinburgh based outfit have inked a new deal with Umbro (who last made kits for them back in 2011/12) and parted ways with Puma after two seasons. The new top was officially unveiled on 16 June, 2017 by the club.
The shirt is a modern take on the uniform Umbro supplied to the club back in 1977, with the reintroduction of the running diamond. It also features a collar and will be paired with white shorts. Save the Children continue to appear on the front of the jersey for the third season running. Continue reading
These are the new Hibs strips 2017/18, Hibernian FC’s new home and away kits for the upcoming Scottish Premiership season. Made by Macron, the new Hibs tops were officially unveiled on 14 June, 2017 by the club and are the first to be made by the Italian firm as part of a three year deal inked with the Easter Road outfit to replace Nike.
Hibs earned promotion from the Scottish Championship in 2016/17, finishing 11 points ahead of second place Falkirk to win the title and return to the top flight after a three year absence. Continue reading
These are the new Motherwell kits 2017/18, Scottish Premiership side Motherwell FC’s new home and away tops for the upcoming league season. Made by Italian firm Macron, the new Motherwell FC shirts were officially unveiled late in the evening on 13th June, 2017, with the tagline “Forged from Steel”
The home shirt retains the club’s traditional colours and is paired with claret shorts and claret & amber hooped socks. The alternate jersey is a black and grey hooped creation from the Macron stable.
Both MFC shirts feature a new principal sponsors in McEwan Fraser Legal, with the solicitors’ firm taking over from car retailer Motorpoint in a one year deal. The Steelmen are the fourth Scottish club to ink a partnership Continue reading
This is the new Celtic away kit 2017/18, Glasgow Celtic’s new alternate strip for the upcoming Scottish Premier League season. Made by New Balance, the new kit was officially unveiled on June 12, 2017, a little over a month after the club revealed their new home kit.
The away uniform, like the home one, pays homage to the legendary Lisbon Lions, with this year marking the 50th anniversary of the club’s famous European triumph. Continue reading
This is the new Dundee FC kit 2017/18, Scottish Premiership outfit Dundee’s new home strip for the upcoming league season. Made by Puma, the new Dundee FC top was officially unveiled on 22 May, 2017.
The club finished 10th in the 2016/17 SPL season, ahead of Hamilton Academical (who will have to participate in a promotion/relegation playoff) and bottom of the table Inverness. Continue reading
This is the new Ross County home kit 17/18, Ross County FC’s new home top for the upcoming 2017/18 Scottish Premiership season. Made by Macron, the new RCFC home strip was chosen by supporters in an online poll (they had to choose from 3, and the option below won about half of the votes), and was officially unveiled on 16 May, 2017 by the Staggies.
The predominantly navy home shirt features a tartan design on the front and also has a Continue reading
This is the new Aberdeen strip 2017/18, Aberdeen FC’s new home top for the upcoming Scottish Premier League season. Made by Adidas, the new Dons kit was officially unveiled on May 12, 2017 during the club’s 3-1 loss at home to champions Glasgow Celtic Continue reading