Category Archives: English Football League One

New Portsmouth FC Kits 2021-22

Oxford United and Portsmouth to both wear third kit for Boxing Day clash

Oxford United and Pompey have confirmed that both sides will be wearing their respective third kits when they square off on Boxing Day (December 26, 2021). The game is a League One clash at Fratton Park, and this initiative is part of charity organisation Shelter’s “No Home Kit” campaign that aims to draw attention to homelessness.

OUFC’s third kit for 2021/22, is a white and blue creation from the Puma stable while Pompey’s uniform is a half red and half black one by Nike.

At the time of writing, OUFC are 5th in League One while Pompey are in 8th, with three points separating the two sides. Continue reading

New Argyle Third Shirt 2021 2022

New Plymouth Argyle Third Kit 2021-22 | Puma PAFC Black & Lime 3rd Shirt 21-22

This is the new Plymouth Argyle third kit 2021/2022, PAFC’s new second alternate strip for the current League One season. Made by Puma, the new PAFC third shirt is a black and lime green combination from the kit maker’s stable and will be paired with grey shorts and black socks, as can be seen in the pics below.

Ginsters remain principal shirt sponsors. The black and lime design on the front doesn’t extend to the reverse though- the back is plain, with the Itec logo appearing on the reverse. Continue reading

Closeup of Hull City Away Jersey 21-22

Black Hull City Shirt 2021-22 Championship | New HCFC Away Kit 21-22 Umbro

This is the new Hull City away kit 2021/22, HCAFC’s new alternate strip for the upcoming Championship season. The Tigers earned an immediate promotion back to the second tier from League One at the end of the 20/21 campaign after being crowned champions. The new black away shirt has been made by Umbro and was officially unveiled on July 9, 2021 by the club.

The shirt features a two-tone striped design on the front and will be paired with predominantly black shorts and socks. Giacom are primary shirt sponsors with the On Line Group appearing on the reverse. The “Tigers” wordmark can also be seen on the back. Continue reading