New Walsall FC Kits 2016/17 | WFC Carbrini Home & Away Shirts 16-17

These are the new Walsall FC kits 2016/17, Walsall’s new home and away strips for the upcoming League One season. Made by Carbrini, the new uniforms were officially unveiled by the Saddlers on July 5, 2016.

Walsall finished third in the 15/16 League One season behind the duo of Wigan and Burton Albion, but suffered a 6-1 aggregate loss in the playoff semifinal to Barnsley, who eventually went on to clinch the final promotion spot by beating Millwall at Wembley.

Carbrini have opted for a red & black checkered design in the new home shirt (a nod to their 97/98 season jersey), with red shorts and red and black hooped socks completing the strip. The away top is blue with white sleeves and navy cuffs.

Both home and away shirts are sponsored by Homeserve.

Check out other new uniform releases from League One for 2016/17 here at

Walsall FC Shirt 16 17

Walsall FC Kit 2016 17

Walsall FC Checkers Shirt 2016 2017

Walsall FC Home Shirt 2016 17

5 thoughts on “New Walsall FC Kits 2016/17 | WFC Carbrini Home & Away Shirts 16-17

  1. Albert

    That home kit is so hellish the only place it belongs is in a bin the away kit is ok sold but nothing spectacular

    Home 0 out of 10
    Away 4 out of 10

  2. Bob

    My god, who sanctions these type of kits? The away one is passable, but that home kit, just awful.

  3. Dave93

    Walsall wore red and black chequers in 97/98. It looked weird then and it looks weird now (although at least it’s not Nike’s nasty fading chequer template).

    There should be a rule: no reviving kits from the 90s, the decade that style forgot.

  4. Derby

    If you get bored watching Walsall you could always have a game of chess. Bloomin eck it’s awful.

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