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Burnley FC New Kit 17-18 | BFC Puma Home Shirt 2017-18

This is the new Burnley FC kit 2017/18, Burnley’s new principal shirt for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Puma, the new Burnley strip was officially unveiled on 14 June, 2017 by the club.

BFC finished sixteenth in the Premiership in 2016/17, picking up 40 points from 38 games to preserve their top flight status. The Clarets are one of two Dafabet sponsored clubs to release their home jersey today- Blackburn Rovers are the other.

The new home shirt, is, as you’d expect, predominantly claret, features a buttoned collar and has blue sleeves Continue reading

New Barnsley FC Kit 2017-18 by Puma

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

Rotherham United New Third Shirt 2017 2018

New Rotherham United Third Kit 2017-18 by Puma

This is the new Rotherham United third kit 17/18, RUFC’s new second alternate strip for the upcoming League One season, made by Puma. The Millers had unveiled their new home and away kits last month and the reveal of this third uniform today means they’ve effectively revealed all three of their new season strips in a span of three weeks (May 15 home, May 31 away and June 5 third)

The shirt is predominantly black, with yellow on the sleeves, and will be paired with black shorts and predominantly yellow socks. The Mears Group, who also sponsor the white away shirt, appear on the front of this third jersey as well. Continue reading

Cambridge United New Kit 2017 18

New Cambridge United Kit 2017-18 | Puma CUFC Home Shirt 17-18

This is the new Cam Utd home kit 2017/18, Cambridge United’s new home strip for the 2017/2018 League Two season. Made by Puma, the new Cambridge kit was officially unveiled on June 2, 2017 by the U’s.

Cambridge finished 11th in League Two in 2016/17 with 66 points, four behind 7th place Blackpool, who took the last playoff spot and eventually won promotion to League One.

Gone is the pinstripe design from the 16/17 season, and in place of it, is a thick central black band on an amber base Continue reading

New Swindon Kit 17 18

New Swindon Town Kit 2017-18 | Puma STFC Home Shirt 17-18

This is the new Swindon kit 2017/18, Swindon Town’s new home strip for the upcoming League Two season. Made by Puma, the new STFC home jersey was officially unveiled on May 26, 2017. The club will be competing in the fourth tier of English football in 2017/18 following relegation from League One at the end of the 16/17 season.

The kit uses a Puma template seen employed by plenty of teams this season. Imagine Cruising remain principal shirt sponsors. Continue reading

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New Rotherham United Away Shirt 17-18 | Mears Group RUFC Alternate Kit 2017-2018

This is the new Rotherham away jersey 2017/18, RUFC’s new alternate strip for the upcoming League One season. The release of this change kit comes on the heels of the newly released Puma home kit which the club unveiled earlier this month.

The Millers will be switching from the blue away shirt they wore in 2016/17 to a predominantly white top next season. The Mears Group logo appears on the front of the jersey, after the former inked a deal to become the club’s away and third shirt sponsors Continue reading

New Dundee FC Strip 17-18- Puma DFC Home Top 2017-2018

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