Pink Bournemouth Kit 15 16

Pink Bournemouth Shirt 2015/16- New AFCB 3rd Kit 15/16 by JD

This is the new Bournemouth third strip 15/16, newly promoted AFCB ‘s new alternate kit for the upcoming Premier League season. The strip was officially unveiled by Bournemouth on July 22, 2015, and 5% of the proceeds from the sale of every shirt will be donated to the Breast Cancer Care charity.

The kit has been “made” by JD Sports, making Bournemouth the first club in the United Kingdom to have JD as an official shirt supplier. The Cherries’ 2014/15 kits were made by JD owned clothing brand Carbrini.
Both Bournemouth’s 15/16 home kit and this third kit appear to use C-X-Tech Fabric, which is a Carbrini speciality.

Kits made specially for charitable purposes have been gaining traction in recent years, fulfilling clubs’ dual obligations of social responsibility and offbeat shirts. Rayo Vallecano, for instance, will have a rainbow shirt in La Liga this season.

The pink shirt features intricate detailing and a crew neck with white trim. It is paired with pink shorts and socks. Mansion are the shirt sponsors, but their logos will not appear on junior kits and the ones used by Bournemouth’s U21 and academy teams.

A date for sale of this special third kit will be announced by the club in due course.

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Pink Bournemouth Kit 15 16

16 thoughts on “Pink Bournemouth Shirt 2015/16- New AFCB 3rd Kit 15/16 by JD

  1. Albert

    First of all not a massive fan of pink kits of any kind shape or form. But trying to be subjective for a min or two I can see
    a few things wrong with this kit a part from it being pink like the red of the sponsors logo agenst the pink of the top for starters then thare is the JD.Sports
    logo how are they trying to con with that
    J.D Sport & Carbrini are one and the same as I sead when the home kit came out and last of all whare is the Creativity there is not any to be seen at all on this kit.

    0 out of 10 from me.

  2. Creosote


    Palermo have been wearing pink and black kits for their home colours since 1907, and it’s not uncommon for mediterranean league clubs to incorporate flamboyant tones into their kit. also, pink was originally a traditional boys’ colour, and sky blue was the ‘girly’ one.

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