These are the new Leyton Orient kits 2018/19, LOFC’s new uniforms for the upcoming National League season. Orient’s 112 year old stay in the Football League was brought to a close at the end of the 2016/17 season, and they have been unable to win promotion back to League Two at their first attempt.
Orient also have a new shirt sponsor in the form of fantasy football competition Dream Team, thus ending their previous two year deal with Energy Bet.
The new home, away (yellow) and pink third shirts for 2018/19 were officially unveiled on the London Eye on 3 May, 2018, with the likes of George Elokobi and Jobi McAnuff present at the reveal Continue reading
This is the new Dag & Red kit 2017/19, Dagenham and Redbridge’s new home shirt for the 2017/18 and 2018/19 seasons. Made by Sondico, the new Daggers 17/18 jersey was officially unveiled on 24 June, 2017.
Dag & Red are currently competing in the National League (Conference). They narrowly missed out on an immediate promotion back to the Football League in 2016/17, finishing fourth in the regular season but losing 3-1 on aggregate to eventual playoff winners Forest Green Rovers in their semifinal Continue reading
This is the new Hartlepool United away kit 2017/18, HUFC’s new alternate strip for the upcoming National League season. Hartlepool finished second from bottom in League Two at the end of the 2016/17 season, thus sealing their relegation to the Conference. The new strip, made by new kit partners BLK (better known for supplying kits to rugby and rugby league outfits like the England national RL team, Saracens and Queensland Reds, and more recently the West Indies cricket team), was officially unveiled on June 22, 2017.
BLK UK have made a rare foray into the footy market with Pools (three year contract to replace Nike), and have given them a grey kit to wear on the road next season. It features a teal neck and thin teal stripes Continue reading
This is the new Tranmere home kit 2017/18, TRFC’s new principal strip for the upcoming league season. The club are aiming for a return to the Football League via the playoffs this year after their 94 year stay in it came to an end following relegation to the Conference at the end of the 2014/15 season.
The new TRFC home shirt, made by Puma, is not too dissimilar to what the German company have produced for Chesterfield. It was officially unveiled on May 6, 2017, on the eve of the second leg of their playoff semifinal against Aldershot that the club drew 2-2, and won 5-2 on aggregate, where they will meet either Forest Green Rovers or Dag & Red. Continue reading
This is the new Grimsby Town home shirt 2016/17, GTFC’s new principal strip for the upcoming season. The Mariners currently compete in the Conference Premier (or the National League as it has been renamed this season onwards) but have qualified for the playoffs and will be aiming for promotion to League Two. Continue reading
We showed you the new Grimsby home shirt for 2015/16 when it was released last month, and the club have today (June 1, 2015) unveiled their new away strip for the upcoming Conference Premier season, made by Italian company Errea.
The new GTFC away shirt, featuring two different shades of blue, is similar in design to the home shirt when you look at the neck and the end of the sleeves. The main distinguishing factor though is the unique design on the front Continue reading
Ahead of their Conference Premier playoff final against Bristol Rovers at Wembley later this month, Grimsby Town have unveiled their new home kit for the 2015/16 season. Made by Errea, the new Grimsby Town shirt was officially unveiled on May 7, 2015.
The shirt features the club’s traditional black and white stripes, with a thick black band across the chest to highlight the crest. It will be paired with black shorts and red socks. Continue reading
Edit– last updated on June 12, 2015 with the release of the new Dover Athletic Kits 2015/16
We’ve created this page to cover all releases from the Football Conference Premier for the 2015/16 season. Footballkitnews.com covers all releases from the Premier League to League 2, and this season, we’ve extended our coverage to add new Conference Premier kits on this page as they get released Continue reading