Tag Archives: Umbro

New Linfield FC Jersey 2017-2018 | Umbro Linfield Home Shirt 17-18

This is the new Linfield FC kit 2017/18, Linfield’s new home strip for the upcoming NIFL Premiership season. Made by Umbro, the new Linfield top was officially unveiled on 23 June, 2017.

The Blues completed a domestic treble in 2016/17, edging defending champions Crusaders to the title by two points. It also earned them a spot in the 2017/18 Champions League, where they will meet Scottish giants Celtic in the second qualifying round if they beat San Marino outfit La Fiorita in the first round Continue reading

New West Ham Kit 17-18 | WHUFC Home Jersey 2017-2018

This is the new West Ham home kit 2017/18, West Ham United’s new principal strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Umbro, the new WHUFC home shirt was officially unveiled by the London outfit on June 21, 2017.

The two tone claret home shirt features a chevron design that is inspired by the strip worn by the club Continue reading

New Hearts Strip 2017-2018 | HMFC Umbro Home Top 17-18

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

New Blackburn Rovers Shirt 2017-2018 | Umbro BRFC Home Kit 17-18

This is the new Blackburn kit 2017/18, Blackburn Rovers’ new home strip for the upcoming League One season. Made by Umbro, the new BRFC home top was officially unveiled on 14 June, 2017.

Rovers were relegated from the EFL Championship on the final day of the 2016/17 season, meaning that they will now play in the third tier of English football, just two decades after they won the Premier League title. They finished on the same number of points as Nottingham Forest, but the latter stayed up owing to their superior goal difference. Continue reading

New PSV Jersey 2017 2018

New PSV Jersey 2017-2018 | Umbro PSV Eindhoven Home Top 17-18

This is the new PSV kit 2017/18, Dutch giants PSV Eindhoven’s new home strip for the upcoming Eredivisie season. Made by Umbro, the new PSV home shirt was officially unveiled on 13 June, 2017 by the club. The Eindhoven outfit finished third in the Eredivisie in 2016/17 behind champions Feyenoord Rotterdam and capital outfit Ajax Amsterdam.

The shirt is inspired by the club uniform from 1994, when legendary Brazilian forward Ronaldo arrived at the Phillips Stadium after the World Cup. Umbro have however opted to keep the centre stripe white in colour, with the sleeves a mix of red and white instead of being fully red. Energie Direct remain principal jersey sponsors Continue reading

Black WHUFC Jersey 2017-2018 | Umbro West Ham Away Shirt 17-18

This is the new West Ham away kit 2017/18, West Ham United’s new alternate strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Umbro, the new Hammers away uniform was officially unveiled on May 26, 2017 by the club.

The Double Diamond brand have opted to give WHUFC a black alternate strip with electric blue detailing. The shirt modelled here by Players’ Player of the Year Manuel Lanzini, Continue reading

New Everton Sportpesa Jersey 2017-18- EFC Umbro Home Kit 17-18

This is the new Everton shirt 2017/18, Everton FC’s new home strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Umbro, the new EFC kit was officially unveiled on May 16, 2017 by the club.

The shirt features a new principal sponsor in the form of Sportpesa, with the gaming company taking over from long time partners Chang. SportPesa have inked a five season deal with the Toffees to appear on the front of the club’s jerseys.

It also has a Dixie Dean motif on the back, in honour of the legend who scored 60 league goals in the 1927-28 season. Continue reading